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Fort Lewis edges Mesa women’s soccer team with late goal

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University was 21⁄2 minutes away from taking No. 18 Fort Lewis College to overtime Wednesday in an RMAC soccer game in Durango. Two and a half minutes, though, is a long time — too long to keep the Skyhawks from ...

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Mavs catch a break

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Colorado Mesa University quarterback Steve Romero will be back sooner than expected. The redshirt freshman, who injured his right shoulder early in the second quarter in Saturday’s loss to Nebraska-Kearney, will likely be back this ...

Hilts fires 73 to win Grizzly Invite

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University’s Jennifer Hilts shot a tournament-low 73 on Monday to finish with a two-round total of 148 to win medalist honors in the Grizzly Invitational at Cattails Golf Course in Alamosa. Teammate Jessica Berve, who led ...

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One slip-up costs Mavericks

By Scott Schlaufman

Six games into the season, the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team is learning a bit about mistakes. “We’re playing against some of the best teams in the country. You slip up one time and, essentially, that’s ...

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Injury to Romero keeps Mesa QB carousel turning

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Just when the Colorado Mesa University football coaches thought they had found their quarterback, he was trudging to the locker room with the team physician. Only four days after he was cleared to play after transferring from Dixie State ...

CMU drops third straight RMAC volleyball match

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University’s volleyball team needed a win Saturday night to salvage a three-match homestand and end a losing streak. Instead, Colorado Christian completed an RMAC-opening three-match road win streak, defeating the ...

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Kearney rolls past Mavs in final RMAC matchup

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The defense kept the Colorado Mesa University football team in the game, but the offense couldn’t keep up. The No. 11-ranked Nebraska-Kearney Lopers shut down Mesa in the second half, forced six turnovers and turned them into points in ...

Mesa men’s soccer team makes most of its chances, but still loses to Mines

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team took the lead twice Friday night, but couldn’t hold on in its conference opener against No. 13 Colorado Mines, falling 3-2. Making the most of their chances, the Mavericks (0-4-1, 0-1 ...

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Mavericks hope run game takes off with Cimolino

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Scoring points and piling up offensive yards has been difficult for the Colorado Mesa University football program in recent years. The Mavericks scrapped the complex pro-style offense, brought in Shawn Marsh as the new offensive coordinator ...

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Experienced Metro sweeps past Mesa

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The youngsters on the Colorado Mesa University volleyball team got an up-close look Thursday night at what a veteran club looks like when it’s been together a few years. “They’re seventh in the country for a reason and they ...

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