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Mesa State women’s basketball team gets first road win of season at Highlands

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LAS VEGAS, N.M. — Hannah Breidel didn’t have a point in the first half Friday night for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. The sophomore guard, though, sure found her shot after halftime, hitting six straight ...


Mavs inch closer to West basketball title

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LAS VEGAS, N.M. — It was so loud when Jake Swartzendruber was shooting his free throws with seven seconds left Friday night, he couldn’t have heard if his heart was racing or his knees were knocking. A crowd of 2,900 was screaming ...


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High-octane offense leads No. 4 Mavericks past Metro State

By Allen Gemaehlich

So far they’ve been able to turn on the offense like a flick of the switch. The Mesa State College Mavericks did it again Friday, defeating Metro State 18-8 in each team’s RMAC baseball opener at Suplizio Field. The teams meet for ...


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Mavs’ shortstop showing her power

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It took Lauren Cross a little while to surpass her home run total of last season. Four games. Cross, a sophomore shortstop for the Mesa State College softball team, played at the University of Missouri-Kansas City last season. In 38 games, ...


Mesa State hopes to qualify more wrestlers for nationals this weekend

By Allen Gemaehlich

Cole Johnson is looking for some company this time. The Mesa State College junior wrestler is looking to qualify for the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships for the second consecutive year, but coach Chuck Pipher is hoping he won’t ...


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Seeding for RMAC tourney on line for Mavs

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There are only a couple of givens entering the final week of the RMAC men’s basketball season: Metro State will be the overall No. 1 seed and three West Division teams will host first-round playoff games. Which three teams will get ...


Mesa State women ending tough season

By Allen Gemaehlich

A tough season for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team was put in perspective this week because of guard Alishea Kelly. Kelly, a junior, had struggled enough already, missing six games because of aggravated scoliosis. This ...


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Mavs’ second baseman proving he belongs

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kevin Becker has always played like he’s had something to prove. The Mesa State College junior from San Jose, Calif., would often be overlooked in favor of a bigger kid, but the 5-foot-9, 170-pound second baseman has always overcome the ...


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Mavs’ new No. 1 singles players will be counted on to lead

By Allen Gemaehlich

Her opponents often shrug her off as a lesser opponent at first glance. That’s their first mistake. That slight simply motivates Kate Lowder to prove what she can do. “Everyone look at me and say, ‘She’s tiny. How ...


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Mesa State’s Fronczak shines in rainy victory

By Allen Gemaehlich

One day after an offensive slugfest, the Mesa State College baseball team was able to put together just enough hits to win again. The Mavericks broke a scoreless tie in the fifth inning and defeated Dixie State (Utah) College 5-0 in a ...


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