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Defensive spark

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa found itself in a similar situation as last year in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament. The Mavericks fell behind Colorado Christian at home and lost last year, but Christian Otzen wasn’t ...

Dixie State joining RMAC as football-only school in 2016

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s football team will have a new Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponent in 2016, and it’s a familiar foe. Dixie State (Utah) University will become the 12th member of the conference in 2016 after the RMAC ...


Mavericks reload

By Patti Arnold

A word of advice to Colorado Mesa women’s basketball fans: Grab a roster at the door. You’re gonna need it. When the six seniors on last season’s RMAC championship team exhausted their eligibility, they took all but roughly ...


Finally: NCAA bound

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer team might have lost the top seed, but the Mavericks get one more home game. The ninth-ranked Mavericks (15-3-1) received their first NCAA Division II tournament berth in the program’s eight ...


CMU’s attack starts with stellar defense

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa has a lot of options with its attack on the volleyball court. The Mavericks have Casey Ball, Christian Otzen, Erin Perez and Audrey Steinkirchner on the outside and Melissa Hess and Abby Ney in the middle. Together, they form ...


Mavs boast veteran men’s basketball squad

By Patti Arnold

Basketball coaches love seniors. Andy Shantz has a bunch of them this season at Colorado Mesa University — six, to be exact. Two of those seniors, Landon Vermeer and Michael Melillo, have been at Mesa since they were fresh out of high ...

Mines wins RMAC soccer in shootout

By Staff

Regulation didn’t settle the RMAC men’s soccer championship Sunday. Neither did the first session of golden-goal overtime. Nor did the second overtime. It came down to a rare shootout at Walker Field, with Colorado School of ...


Mavs pin future on final game

By Dale Shrull

It was a perfect storm that rained down on Colorado Mesa University’s football team. Saturday night was as ugly of a game that CMU has had in more than a half decade. A powerful Colorado State University-Pueblo team hammered the Mavs ...


T-Wolves bite Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

CSU-Pueblo stole the momentum early and never let it go. The eighth-ranked ThunderWolves spoiled a potential Colorado Mesa touchdown on the opening drive Saturday night, then marched downfield and scored as CSU-Pueblo rolled to a 52-3 victory ...

Bad snaps costly for Mavs in punting game

By Matt Meyer

You can see it right away — it’s the sideways spin of a partially blocked punt. Not a punt that was stuffed, or even knocked backward, but a punt where a special teams player gets two or three fingers on it. CSU-Pueblo excelled at ...

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