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The plugs: Mavs’ defensive linemen know and like their jobs

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They’re the “whatever it takes” guys for the Mesa State College football team. Nainoa Campbell, Tony Kelly and Domonique Lewis are the three down linemen on the Mavericks’ defense, and they’ve adopted that ...

RMAC Notebook: Volleyball team aching to play a home match

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Think the Mesa State College volleyball team isn’t counting the days until it plays a home match? “Playing at home really helps,” coach Dave Fleming said Wednesday. “It reinforces things you do well, not just from the ...

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Mavericks all wet: Mesa State soccer teams continue recent scoring drought in pair of losses in rain

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Soccer players will play in just about any kind of weather. In fact, they kind of like playing in the rain. The men’s and women’s soccer teams from Mesa State and Fort Lewis experienced all kinds of weather Wednesday in their RMAC ...


Green with envy: Greens at Bookcliff agree with Mustangs’ Beyale

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Not many golfers love the greens at Bookcliff Country Club. Faylyn Beyale of Western New Mexico University, though, is a big fan. “I love the greens. I played really well on them,” the sophomore said Tuesday after winning the ...

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Mustangs fire low scores on tough greens

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Thick rough and slick greens are par for the course at Bookcliff Country Club. So when the first-round scores of the Maverick Invitational were posted Monday, Mesa State women’s golf coach Scott Hansen was surprised. “I’m ...

Metro State edges Mesa men in soccer

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Metro State turned away a couple of second-half chances Sunday by the Mesa State men’s soccer team, and the No. 16 Roadrunners (5-1-1, 2-0 RMAC) held on for a 1-0 victory in Denver. Metro State keeper Issa Bissau saved a shot nearly 13 ...

Mesa State volleyball team loses third straight match

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Mesa State went from elated to deflated in the span of one week. After upsetting then-No. 7 Nebraska-Kearney last weekend on the Lopers’ home court and going 3-1 in the UNK Fall Classic, the Mavericks’ volleyball team opened RMAC ...

RMAC Football Roundup: Fort Lewis tops Western New Mexico

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Fort Lewis 30, Western New Mexico 27: Rich Rodriguez kicked a 52-yard field goal with 18 seconds left Saturday, lifting Fort Lewis in the RMAC opener at Western New Mexico (1-2, 1-1 RMAC). The Skyhawks (1-1, 1-0) led 27-24, but with 43 ...

Mavericks struggle in final football game at Kearney, Neb.

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The Mesa State College football team couldn’t put Kearney, Neb., in the rear-view mirror fast enough Saturday after its 31-9 loss to No. 23 Nebraska-Kearney in the RMAC season opener. Less than 45 minutes after the game ended, the Mavs ...

Orediggers rout Mavs in men’s soccer

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Third-ranked Colorado School of Mines scored less than two minutes into Friday’s RMAC men’s soccer opener against Mesa State. It wasn’t the last time the Orediggers put the ball in the back of the net in a 5-1 victory. The ...

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