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Mesa State women get OT victory over Regis

By Staff

DENVER — Guarding 6-foot-5 is no easy task, but the Mesa State College women’s basketball post players, even 5-foot-6 Alaina Brennan, made it as difficult as possible Friday night in the second half for Salina Kuiper of ...


Sports Briefs, Jan. 27, 2011

By Staff

College Wrestling 5 straight wins lift Eagles past Mavs Chadron State College won five consecutive matches to defeat Mesa State 25-11 in an RMAC dual Thursday in Chadron, Neb. The Eagles picked up three wins by rallying in the third period ...


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Snowbirds find a home: Gehring and Weitzeil have been solid additions for Mesa State women

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Coaches can spot a player anywhere, especially on the opposing team. When the Mesa State College women’s basketball team scrimmaged Snow College last season, there was an underlying reason. Coach Roger Walters knew he needed to beef up ...


Mesa men want to stop thinking and just play

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Sometimes fellas just need to talk it out, stop thinking and just play. That’s the approach the Mesa State College men’s basketball team is taking this week as the Mavericks try to snap a three-game losing ...


RMAC Notebook: Option to play a bigger role for Mavs

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Shawn Marsh has started to settle into his new office at The Maverick Center. This week he’s been huddling with co-offensive coordinator Bill Stafford and new line coach Phil Johnson, re-familiarizing himself with the ...


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Marsh rejoins Mesa State football staff: Leaving Fruita after one year ‘hardest decision’

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Monday morning wasn’t the best for Shawn Marsh. The Fruita Monument High School head football coach had to meet with his team and tell the Wildcats that, after only one season, he was leaving. “It was a terrible morning for ...


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Gappmaier’s pin sparks Mesa State win over Mines

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Falling behind in a wrestling match usually spells trouble. Mesa State’s Jon Gappmaier found himself in trouble in the Mavericks’ first home dual of the season Sunday against the Colorado School of Mines. The 157-pound sophomore, ...


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Dropping the ball: Turnovers costly for Mesa in loss to Colorado Christian

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There’s never a good time for a turnover. Saturday night, they came in flurries for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team, and they cost the Mavericks a chance to beat one of the top teams in the conference. Mesa State ...


Mavs go cold in 2nd half, lose to CCU

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One word was spoken time and time again after Mesa State College’s men’s basketball team blew a 15-point halftime lead Saturday night at Brownson Arena and lost 64-53 to Colorado Christian. How? How does a team shoot 65 percent ...


Mesa swimming teams in solid position heading into final day at Colorado College Classic

By Staff

The Mesa State College women’s swimming & diving team had 12 top-eight finishes Saturday and are in third place in the 13th annual Colorado College Classic in Colorado Springs. The University of Colorado is first with 260 points. ...


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