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RMAC Notebook: X-country team at Mesa State isn’t running in place anymore

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One sign the Mesa State’s women’s cross country program has arrived: The Mavericks are picked third in the RMAC preseason coaches poll behind national powers Adams State and Western State. The Grizzlies received 12 of the 13 ...

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Secondary leader: Mavericks will rely on Whaley for communication skills

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Tanner Whaley got the word last season that he’d be the guy calling the shots in Mesa State’s defensive secondary this fall. “At the end of last year the coaches told me, ‘This is it, take over,’ ‘’ ...

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Mavericks decide on Felberg as starting QB

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Jon Boyer huddled with his three quarterbacks about 20 minutes into practice Monday as the rest of the Mesa State College football team was working on kickoff coverage. The Mavs’ offensive coordinator had made his decision, and now came ...

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Deep and talented: Mavs show off their depth in scrimmages

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Yes, they were only scrimmages, but once they put on the uniforms Saturday afternoon, players on the Mesa State College volleyball and women’s soccer teams got serious. “I’m happy how hard we fought,” soccer coach Erin ...

RMAC Football Roundup: Adams State piles up yardage to top Dixie (Utah) State

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Adams State College won its season opener for the first time since 2006 on Saturday, getting 576 yards of total offense in a 34-14 win over Dixie (Utah) State College in Alamosa. Quarterback Trevor Eggleston completed 17 of 23 passes for 338 ...

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Mavs ready to make up for lost time

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Watching from the sideline didn’t sit well with Ryan Swope last season. A shredded right knee in the fifth game of the season took Mesa State College’s center off the field and into the operating room, then the training ...

RMAC Notebook: Mavs move to west side for games

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It’s time to clean out the notebook (or the e-mail in-basket) in the first of a weekly column on Mesa State and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference: The Mavericks’ football team is switching sides this season, moving the home ...

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High caliber: Lewis back from abroad, ready to resume role with Mesa rugby team

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Mesa State College women’s rugby player Mackenzie Lewis has played alongside some of the best the sport has to offer. The 19-year-old Chaparral High School graduate is a member of the Under-20 USA Women’s National Rugby ...


Mavs moving forward: Mesa soccer teams seeing growth on field

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The improvement in practice is noticeable. Now the Mesa State College soccer teams are working to make sure the improvement can be seen when it counts. “It’s a drastic difference from last year’s squad,” women’s ...

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