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Mavs win despite strong, tricky wind

By Allen Gemaehlich

There were no walk-off home runs, safety squeezes or even dugout-clearing brawls, but there were several plays dictated by 40 mph winds. Wind gusts created havoc for fielders, playing a part in six errors, including five by the Mesa State ...

Tempers flare, Mesa comes through in clutch

By Allen Gemaehlich

A brawl at the plate started everything. At least it did for the Mesa State College baseball team, which went on to sweep CSU-Pueblo 5-3 and 10-9 in an RMAC doubleheader Saturday at Suplizio Field. Both wins came in Mesa’s last at-bat. ...

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Lamaster outpitches best RMAC pitcher in Mavs’ win

By Allen Gemaehlich

Brent Lamaster made his first start at home for the Mesa State College baseball team and it couldn’t have come in a more nerve-racking spot. The Mavericks faced a CSU-Pueblo team hot on their tails in the RMAC and the senior ...

Quarterback, running back positions up for grabs for Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College football team begins spring practice Saturday with several positions up for grabs. “This spring is really big,” Mesa State coach Joe Ramunno said. “(Darin) Robidoux, (Bill) Stafford and Miles ...


Mavs earn first series win of softball season

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Regaining confidence takes time. So does climbing up the standings when you go 0-4 to start the season and have done nothing but split four-game series since. The Mesa State College softball made strides in the cold, wind and rain Wednesday ...


Roving around, many Mavs can play multiple positions

By Allen Gemaehlich

Marty Rover played shortstop in high school, came to Mesa State College to catch and is now playing first base. It may seem odd to some, but he’s one of several Mesa baseball players that have learned to play a different position for an ...

Mort wants a leader to emerge for softball team

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Kris Mort will admit to having the intense personality that goes along with her reddish-blonde hair. She can’t, though, transfer that personality to her players. “I asked them, ‘What’s good for you guys? Am I too ...

Finding consistency important for Mesa

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Kris Mort is still trying to figure out how so many things could go so wrong so quickly. After sweeping a doubleheader from Regis University on Saturday, the Mavericks were shut out 2-0 in the opener of Sunday’s doubleheader. Then ...

Mullervy twins put craft to test at Mad Cow Classic

By Staff

After Mesa State students Kevin and Conor Mullervy picked up cycling during their senior year at Arapahoe High School, the two discovered the sport is perfect for twins. The sport requires a strong team in order for each individual to race ...

Mesa State women’s tennis team fall short Sunday

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was an opportunity to see how the preseason RMAC favorites measured up against a top-25 program. Although the Mesa State College women’s tennis team fell short Sunday in a 7-2 loss to No. 25 Cameron (Okla.) University at the Elliott ...

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