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Cross-country trip leaves Mesa swimming team fatigued

By Allen Gemaehlich

A little bit of jet lag and altitude change may have cost the Mesa State College women’s swimming team. Two days after returning from their training trip in Florida, the Mavericks fell Saturday to Alaska-Fairbanks 161-150 at Orchard ...

Briefs: Sports Mesa State Roundup January 17, 2009

By Staff

Women’s Basketball • Junior guards Heather Habekost and Alishea Kelly combined for 19 points in their return, but it wasn’t enough to help the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. The Mavericks lost for ...

Offensive woes hurt Mavericks in road loss

By Staff

One stat tells you what happened Friday night to the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. The Mavericks made 24 field goals. They had eight assists. The lack of offensive execution, coupled with sub-par defense and being ...

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Year away from wrestling helped Walker find his path, get serious about school

By Allen Gemaehlich

Normally it’s not a good idea to take a year off wrestling if you hope to be successful. However, when Chase Walker looks back, that break worked for him. The Mesa State College junior is ranked fourth in the nation at 157 pounds. ...

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Mathews pouring in the points for Mesa State

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There’s a difference between scoring and scoring within the offense. Ryan Mathews has always been a scorer. Now, though, the 6-foot senior guard for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team knows how to score within the ...

Briefs: Mesa State Roundup january 15, 2009

By Allen Gemaehlich

Women’s Basketball • The Mesa State College women’s basketball team has endured more than losing in past few weeks. The Mavericks have played the past seven games at least one player short. Friday, coach Timi Brown ...


Bodenchuk excited to be back on the diamond

By Allen Gemaehlich

Matt Bodenchuk is no longer nervous. He is elated. The Mesa Sate College senior practiced with his teammates for the first time in two years Tuesday as the Mavericks began practice for the 2009 season in Brownson Arena and on a patch of turf ...

Anything is possible in RMAC basketball

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So the University of Nebraska-Kearney comes to the Western Slope and shoots the new lights out at Brownson Arena. Chris Deans, a redshirt freshman making his fourth start, goes for a career-high 35 points in a 93-87 win over Mesa State. The ...

Mathews’ hot hand lifts Mavericks to win

By Allen Gemaehlich

Ryan Mathews showed he can shoot the basketball, too. The Mesa State College senior guard followed a Nebraska-Kearney player’s career-high night against the Mavericks with 30 points to lead the Mavericks to a 77-69 RMAC victory over ...


Nebraska-Kearney’s Deans puts on show for Mesa State men.

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Chris Deans averages 7.7 points a game for the University of Nebraska-Kearney. He’s pretty good at ignoring his stats. Deans, a 6-foot-4 redshirt freshman, hit his first 10 shots from the field and finished with 35 points Friday night ...

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