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Kearney applying to leave RMAC

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The travel finally became too much for the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Monday, the school announced it will apply to join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association and if invited, will leave the Rocky Mountain Athletic ...


Crick, Ready to be inducted into Mesa Hall of Honor

By Patrick Bahr

Over the span of 23 seasons, Rusty Crick set the bar very high. Luckily for the longtime Mesa State College volleyball coach, his players always responded. Crick had 17 winning seasons, including eight with 30 or more wins. Thursday, it was ...


Pearson lures 47 swimmers to Mesa State College

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When Brian Pearson calls “everybody in the pool,” there might be a high-wave warning at El Pomar Natatorium. Pearson, the Mesa State College men’s and women’s swim coach, has commitments from 47 swimmers and divers to ...


Mathies, Brown to coach Mesa State men in golf

By Staff

Ready to begin its second year of competition, the Mesa State College men’s golf team is getting its own coaching staff. Carter Mathies and Paul Brown, two accomplished golfers in their own right, will take over the program, with Scott ...


Is bigger better for RMAC: By expanding, conference could split into smaller regions to save money

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The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is looking to get bigger so it can get smaller. Huh? “I think the basic concept, if it works, and we’ve got to prove that it works, is by getting bigger we can get smaller by not playing ...


Shrinking budgets force conference to consider options, but compromise is key

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As many options to help defray travel expenses in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference exist as there are schools under consideration to join the conference. The RMAC is studying expanding to 16 or even 20 schools, but one suggestion was to ...


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Stites’ career to be recognized with call to RMAC Hall of Fame

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Tonya Stites was a scared, lonely freshman when she arrived on Mesa State College’s campus in 1990 from Cedaredge. “I was scared to death,” said Stites, who Saturday will be inducted into the RMAC Hall of Fame in Colorado ...


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Options abound: Mesa’s new recruiting class gives women’s coach choices

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Roger Walters signed two more players in his first true recruiting class than he had on the active roster at the end of his first season as Mesa State College’s women’s basketball coach. And when he talks about the nine new ...


Mavericks add height with group of basketball recruits

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Big men are hard to find in Division II basketball. “Everyone goes after it every year and sometimes they’re hard to get,” Mesa State College associate head coach Andy Shantz said Monday after releasing the roster of the ...


Highlands ends Mavs’ season in regionals

By Staff

New Mexico Highlands scored one run Saturday for every time the Cowboys played Mesa State this baseball season in an 11-8 victory in the Central Region tournament in Farmington, N.M. The Mavericks’ loss ended the season 37-20 and short ...


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