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Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 10, 2008

By Allen Gemaehlich

Cross Country • Saturday: Nebraska-Kearney Open, 9 a.m., Kearney, Neb. Teams: CSU-Pueblo, Colorado College, Colorado School of Mines, Mesa State, Nebraska-Kearney, Wayne State (Neb.). Noteworthy: Mesa State is ranked No. 19 in ...


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Deep passion, determination help Applehans thrive on line

By Staff

Football has meant a lot to Dominic Applehans. If it were not for football, Applehans may not be getting a college education and working toward a degree. “I’ve loved coming out and playing football since I was a little ...


Fatigue catches up with Mavericks in loss

By Allen Gemaehlich

Two weeks on the road finally caught up with the Mesa State College women’s soccer team. The Mavericks, who played their first home game in 17 days, fell flat Wednesday, losing to Dixie State (Utah) College 5-1 in a nonconference game ...


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Attention for amputating finger hasn’t kept Wikre’s focus off playing football

By Allen Gemaehlich

Trevor Wikre never expected this. The Mesa State College senior offensive guard has been the subject of newspaper articles, radio talk shows and dozens of Internet blogs since deciding to have his right pinkie finger amputated last week so he ...


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Mesa’s Dany Ramirez continues a scoring spree that started in high school soccer

By Allen Gemaehlich

Dany Ramirez is a natural. For her, sports come easily. The Mesa State College sophomore from Rupert, Idaho, didn’t start playing soccer until the eighth grade and has scored goals at will through high school and one year in junior ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 07, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

College Soccer • Mesa player ejected in loss to Regis Mesa State was whistled for 15 fouls, including one ejection Monday in a 2-0 RMAC loss to Regis in Denver. The game was played Monday after lightning postponed play midway ...


Late goal dooms Mesa State women

By Patrick Bahr

The Mesa State women’s soccer team played 85 quality minutes of soccer but allowed a late goal to fall to Regis University. Tied 0-0 at the 85th minute, Regis’s Jordan Miller slipped a goal past Kaitlin Bennett and gave the ...


Mavericks do enough for victory, look ahead

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College football team kept its RMAC title hopes alive Saturday thanks to a couple of big defensive stops and execution on offense during pivotal times. After Mesa State (4-2, 4-0 RMAC) held the Colorado School of Mines (4-2, ...


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Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 05, 2008

By Staff

Volleyball • Were it not for rally scoring, Mesa State College and Regis University might have stretched Saturday’s matinee RMAC volleyball match at Brownson Arena well into the night. In the Rangers’ three-game sweep ...


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Mesa State comes back to top Mines

By Allen Gemaehlich

GOLDEN — Phil Vigil and the Mesa State College football team didn’t want to let Trevor Wikre down. After surrendering an comfortable halftime lead, the Mavericks rallied Saturday to defeat the Colorado School of Mines 27-24 at ...


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