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Mesa State men fall to No. 1 Colorado School of Mines in soccer

By Scott Schlaufman

Nobody in the Mesa State men’s soccer program expected Sunday’s 1-0 loss to Colorado School of Mines to be an easy game. Mines, the top-ranked team in the country, had already beaten the Mavericks 5-1 last month in Golden when ...

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Domination in the middle: McCormick, Reed shine in Mavs’ sweep of Highlands

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Hitters’ eyes tend to light up when they see only one blocker on the other side of the net. Antoinette McCormick’s eyes were like floodlights Saturday night in Mesa State College’s volleyball match against New Mexico ...

Discipline woes cost Mavericks in football

By Staff

Just when the Mavericks thought they had turned the corner, turnovers and mistakes cost the Mesa State College football team Saturday in a 20-10 loss to Western New Mexico in Silver City. “Really bad decisions,” coach Joe Ramunno ...

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So good to be home: Win in home opener hands Fleming his 100th victory

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Slowly but surely, Lindsey Reed is feeling like her old self. The 6-foot-2 senior middle hitter for the Mesa State College volleyball team is coming off ankle surgery last spring, then got an inner ear infection just before the season ...

Mavericks top Cougars with strong ball control in soccer

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When you’ve got a rematch with the No. 1 team in the nation on tap Sunday, it can be easy to look past the opponent Friday night. That didn’t happen to the Mesa State men’s soccer team, though. The Mavericks controlled the ...

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Toughness is back: Mavs’ coach hopes first win leads to more

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Step one was to win. The Mesa State College football team accomplished that last Saturday with a 40-6 win over New Mexico Highlands. Along with step one came a boost in confidence, one that coach Joe Ramunno hopes leads to step two: Getting ...

RMAC Notebook: Wrestlers don’t mind cheating to win annual softball game at Bergman

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Kris Mort swears Chuck Pipher cheats. “He puts like 30 people out on defense,” the Mesa State College softball coach said of her counterpart in the wrestling program. “It’s kind of hard to find a hole. He doesn’t ...

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Mesa State happy to be back home for volleyball

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Tara King, Antoinette McCormick and Meagan Bosch know when they walk into class Friday, they might get some quizzical looks. That’s because the Mesa State College volleyball team has been to class on Friday only once this semester, the ...

Sports in Brief: Mavs finish 11th in tourney

By Staff

College Golf Mavs finish 11th in tourney Mesa State sophomore Brandon Bingaman shot the low round of the day Monday, a 4-under-par 68, and finished in a three-way tie for 17th place in the Northern Sun/RMAC Regional Crossover men’s ...

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Catching on: Neville makes his case to be Mavericks’ go-to receiver

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Before Saturday, Nathan Neville hadn’t caught a pass in his college career. Granted, that career had been all of two games, but he picked the right time to have a breakout game. With the Mesa State College football team searching for ...

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