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Maverick athletes not too fond of college’s name change, but glad to keep Mesa

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A few fans decided to try out Mesa State College’s proposed new name during Tuesday’s baseball game at Suplizio Field. “Some of those girls up there yelled, ‘Let’s go, Colorado Mesa!’ and they started ...

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A key split: Game 2 win vs. Dixie will be important for Mavs in rankings

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It was not a throw-away Tuesday doubleheader. So when the Mesa State College baseball team blew a 4-2 lead in the ninth inning Tuesday and lost 5-4, coach Chris Hanks let the Mavericks know just how key the nonconference games were against ...

Mavs win RMAC women’s tennis title

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Mesa State is playing its best tennis of the season, and Saturday cruised past top-seeded Nebraska-Kearney 5-1 to win the RMAC women’s championship. The Mavericks, seeded second, won two close doubles matches at Gates Tennis Center, and ...

Mavs split baseball doubleheader with Metro

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Jared Christensen threw a complete-game five-hitter Friday and the Mesa State baseball team pounded out 14 hits in a 7-4 win over Metro State in the first game of a doubleheader split in Denver. The Mavericks (23-14, 21-10 RMAC) lost the ...

Mavericks’ ninth-inning rally falls short in road loss to Roadrunners

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One hit in the ninth inning was all the Mesa State College baseball team needed to erase a two-run deficit against Metro State. The Mavericks had the bases loaded with two out, but Jeff Popick struck out, allowing the Roadrunners to hang on ...

Mesa volleyball team adds more size for 2011

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Dave Fleming keeps adding size and athleticism to the Mesa State College volleyball lineup. The latest addition is 6-foot-2 Melissa Hess from Scottsdale, Ariz. Hess can play any of the three front-row positions, but the Mavericks’ ...


Young Mavs excited about lacrosse future

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Notre Dame de Namur’s men’s lacrosse roster lists six seniors and a graduate student. Mesa State’s roster has one senior, Ryan Swope, a pickup from the football team who was on the sidelines on crutches after injuring his ...

Mesa State softball team splits with Metro State

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To dive or not to dive. It’s what outfielders have to decide in a split second, and they can’t second-guess themselves if they sell out for a fly ball and it gets past them. It happened Sunday to Mesa State right fielder Lita ...


Mavericks’ new spread option offense on display in spring scrimmage

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The option has options. Mesa State College showed off its new spread option offense Saturday morning at Bergman Field in the annual spring football scrimmage, and the early reviews gave it two thumbs up. “I love the pace,” ...

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Smith’s big swing: Sophomore catcher’s walk-off HR lifts Mavs past Roadrunners

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Megan Smith doesn’t quite have a poker face. The sophomore catcher for the Mesa State College softball team was so frustrated after her third-inning at-bat Saturday at Bergman Field, she grabbed a handful of dirt and chucked it between ...

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