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Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup January 04, 2009

By Allen Gemaehlich

WRESTLING Five Mesa State College wrestlers placed in the top eight to lead the Mavericks to a seventh-place finish Sunday in the Midwest Classic in Indianapolis. Five of the six teams that finished ahead of Mesa State are ranked in the ...


Breed sheds redshirt to become key wrestler for Mesa

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State wrestling coach Chuck Pipher originally planned to redshirt freshman Rhett Breed. The four-time state qualifier from Durango missed the first few weeks of practice with a knee injury and Pipher figured he had enough veteran ...

Delgado scores 18, but Mavs lose at free-throw line

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College women’s basketball team may be ready for another break. Two days after returning from Christmas break, the Mavericks were worn out by two of the better Division II programs in the country in the Holiday Inn ...

Mesa State College women’s basketball team stampeded by Buffaloes

By Allen Gemaehlich

For one half, the Mesa State College women’s basketball team hung tight with No. 4-ranked West Texas A&M. The Buffaloes, though, went on a stampede to blowing out Mesa State 93-50 on Sunday in the Holiday Inn Christmas Classic at ...

Sergio Romo hits the big leagues

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Sergio Romo is one of those guys who makes his mark quickly. He spent only one year at Mesa State College, but made the most of it, going 14-1 in 2005 and coming thisclose to throwing a no-hitter in the first round of the NCAA regional ...


Struggling Mesa women get tough tests in Holiday Inn Christmas Classic

By Allen Gemaehlich

A new season begins tonight — at least that’s the way the Mesa State College women’s basketball team would like to look at it. The Mavericks (3-7) return to action after a short Christmas break by hosting two ...

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Christmas break allows Mesa men’s team to refocus

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s tough to take a break in the middle of the season, but the Mesa State College men’s basketball team hopes to take advantage of it. The Mavericks returned to practice Saturday in preparation for their first game in nine days ...

Mesa State athletic facilities receive lofty upgrades

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College alumni don’t have to be gone for very long to notice the changes on campus. In addition to the new dorms, Saunders Fieldhouse is in the midst of undergoing a $40.8 million renovation and is the Daily Sentinel’s ...

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Bobby Coy set records and received awards at Mesa State

By Allen Gemaehlich

No one was surprised when Bobby Coy set records and received awards during the 2008 Mesa State College football season. The fact that the junior from Littleton decided to finish school and not return next year, though, caught people by ...


Mesa State athlete Wikre sacrifices pinkie for football

By Allen Gemaehlich

Whatever the Mesa State College football team needed, Trevor Wikre was more than willing to do. The two-time All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference defensive lineman even switched to the offensive line when coach Joe Ramunno asked him to make ...

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