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Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup September 26, 2008

By Staff

College Tennis • Mesa women sweeps Kearney The Mesa State College women’s tennis team swept the University of Nebraska-Kearney 9-0 in a non-conference dual Thursday in Kearney, Neb. It was the Mavericks’ (5-0) fourth ...


Fighting struggles help Mavs with goals

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Success by failure. It’s a little trick Dave Fleming has learned along the way, and Tuesday he sprung it on the Mesa State College volleyball team. “We struggled a little bit in practice, but we designed drills so they would ...


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Feeling comfortable with new clubs helps Mesa’s Hilts shoot solid score

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jennifer Hilts can relate to playing with unfamiliar golf clubs much like teammate Dana Anderson. Hilts ordered a new set of clubs last month and is just now adjusting to them. Anderson’s clubs are still at home, so she is using former ...


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After year off, Mavs’ Anderson having fun on the golf course

By Allen Gemaehlich

Dana Anderson had no expectations, but she had a lot of fun. The Mesa State College junior played her first round of golf in five months Monday in the first round of the Mesa State Invitational at Tiara Rado Golf Course. Although she shot ...


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Fort Lewis too strong for Mesa

By Allen Gemaehlich

The No. 23 Mesa State College men’s soccer team nearly did something only two teams have been able to do against No. 7 Fort Lewis. Go overtime to get a tie or a win. The Mavericks (6-2-0, 3-1-0 RMAC) were less than three minutes from ...


Mavs never trail in win against Western N.M.

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was the second win of the season, but the first the Mesa State College football team led from start to finish. The Mavericks scored a touchdown in the first quarter then wore down Western New Mexico 31-7 on Saturday in Silver City, ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup September 21, 2008

By Staff

Volleyball • Mavs’ volleyball team sweeps WSC Before rally scoring, volleyball teams put a premium on defense and getting sideouts, because the only time you could score was when you served. Even though a point is scored on ...


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Mavs’ Skarda finally beats dad to finish line in Pre-RMAC invite

By Allen Gemaehlich

Alexis Skarda had a memorable first collegiate cross country race, but not necessarily because of her time. It was memorable because the Mesa State College freshman beat her dad to the finish line Saturday in the Mesa State Pre-RMAC ...


Defense lifts Mavs to victory

By Staff

It was a much more enjoyable 12-hour trip back home this time. The Mesa State College football team finally got to enjoy the road back home from Silver City, N.M., after defeating Western New Mexico 31-7 on Saturday at Ben Altamirano ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup September 20, 2008

By Staff

Volleyball • Andrews helps lift Mesa volleyball team to win at Fort Lewis It was a struggle Friday night for the Mesa State College volleyball team at Fort Lewis. Enter hometown girl Tessa Andrews, a 5-foot-11 junior from ...


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