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CMU can’t buy a goal vs. ‘Lopes

By Scott Schlaufman

As the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team left Walker Field after Saturday night’s 2-0 loss to Grand Canyon, the emotions were mixed. On one hand, there was frustration. The Mavericks, who came into the game after a win ...

Mavs back in the swing of things

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Every so often in volleyball, it’s as if there’s a gaping hole right in the middle of the block. And there’s a target on a back-row player. That’s when hitters go to work. “It’s like when Antoinette hit ...

Defense lifts Mavericks past Dixie

By Staff

One week after failing to score a touchdown and stop the big pass play on defense, the Colorado Mesa University football team made big plays Saturday night to pick up its first road victory since 2009, ending a six-game road losing ...

Dixie gets the best of Mavs

By Scott Schlaufman

Even in the final minutes of Friday’s 1-0 loss to Dixie State, the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team had no problem’s getting the ball inside and creating shots. After struggling all game to get shots, the Mavericks ...

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Fleming takes blame for Mesa volleyball team’s loss

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Simple volleyball worked Thursday. Colorado Mesa University coach Dave Fleming just wishes it was his team playing that simple game. The spark was missing, and no matter what they tried, the Mavericks couldn’t find it in a 25-15, ...

Whigham’s goal helps Colorado Mesa finally beat Dixie

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One goal was enough. With less than 13 minutes left in regulation Thursday night, the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team netted a goal and held on to defeat Dixie State College 1-0 at Walker Field. It was Mesa’s first ...

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Wright switches jersey number to honor memory of his sister

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Defensive ends usually wear a high jersey number, but Colorado Mesa University’s Connor Wright wanted to wear No. 7. It has nothing to do with John Elway. It has to do with his older sister, Toni, who was killed in a car accident ...

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Mesa’s Skarda hopes to have company at XC nationals

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Alexis Skarda has made a lot of individual cross country history. Now, the Colorado Mesa University senior wants to make some team history. The returning two-time All-American is looking for her teammates to join her at the NCAA Division II ...

Golf in Brief: Mavs tied for third in Alamosa

By Staff

College Golf Mavs tied for third in Alamosa Colorado Mesa University shot 14-over-par 582 through the first two rounds Tuesday of the Grizzly Invitational/RMAC Tournament No. 1 at Cattails Golf Course in Alamosa. The Mavericks are tied for ...

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High expectations: Colorado Mesa golf teams aiming for more success

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The Colorado Mesa University men’s golf team made history last season and is looking for more. The Mavericks took sixth place in the RMAC and qualified for the NCAA Super Regionals for the first time in only the program’s second ...

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