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Briefs: Mesa State Roundup Sept. 15, 2009

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College Football Mesa back receives RMAC award Mesa State College running back Joey Applehans is the RMAC Offensive Player of the Week. The sophomore rushed for a career-high 179 yards on 17 carries (10.5 per carry) in the Mavericks’ ...


Bingaman, Hoppe excited to help Mavs build golf program

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Mens Golf Brandon Bingaman and Calan Hoppe couldn’t be happier about Mesa State College adding men’s golf this school year. The Fruita Monument and Central high school graduates are two of 10 players in the Mavericks’ ...


Mavs rout Highlands in first win

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The offense came together and the defense got back to being sticklers. The Mesa State College football team scored 51 points and limited New Mexico Highlands to 148 yards in total offense Saturday in a 51-7 victory at Perkins Stadium in Las ...


Triple-threat attack lifts Mesa State volleyball team to win

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The first two weeks of the season, the Mesa State College volleyball team struggled to find its offense. Apparently, it was in New Mexico. The Mavericks had their best offensive night of the season Saturday, with three players reaching ...


Briefs: Mesa State Soccer Sept. 12, 2009

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WOMENS SOCCER • Mesa tops Adams in soccer Girls may just want to have fun, but sometimes they need to be reminded. After a pep talk at halftime Friday night, the Mesa State College women’s soccer team came out relaxed in ...


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Dad’s career in NFL helped shape life of Mesa lineman

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Matthew Goeas would follow his dad everywhere. He would tag along with Leo Goeas on the sidelines and in locker rooms during Leo’s NFL days. “We are close,” the younger Goeas said of his dad. “When his team would win, ...


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The pit helps Mesa FB players prepare to return to practice

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When a Mesa State College football player goes down with an injury, everyone on the team knows what’s next: The pit. Senior wide receiver Ricky Noble knows it too well, starting a second consecutive season rehabilitating an injury in ...


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Inability to finish leads to loss for Mavs

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MESA SOCCER Sam Dixon and the Mesa State College men’s soccer team attacked with relentlessness. The Mavericks kept the ball in Dixie State (Utah) College territory most of the game, but came up short Sunday in a 1-0 loss at Walker ...


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Griffons get ahead early, hold on to top Mavericks

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Before you knew it, the Mesa State College football team found itself in a deep hole. By the time the Mavericks football team could start digging out of the hole, it was too late. Missouri Western State scored two early touchdowns Saturday on ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup Sept. 06, 2009

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By SENTINEL STAFF Cross country Alexis Skarda took second place, leading the Mesa State cross country team to a second-place finish Saturday in the Joe Vigil Open in Alamosa. The 21st-ranked Mavericks finished with 56 points, taking second ...


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