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CMU routs Catawba in lacrosse

By Staff

Four players combined for 18 of Colorado Mesa’s 23 goals Tuesday to lead the Mavericks’ women’s lacrosse team to a 23-10 rout of Catawba in Salisbury, North Carolina. The Mavericks (5-3) got five goals each from Jenny Lange ...


All-American work ethic

By Patti Arnold

Erin Reichle wanted to make the most out of her first season as a starter on the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. She did. Reichle was selected to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s honorable mention ...


Former CMU standout transitioning to pro soccer

By Matt Meyer

Stan Schrock plays soccer with a soft touch and grace uncommon for someone his size. At a muscular-but-lean 6-foot-2, the former Colorado Mesa soccer player has technical skill usually reserved for his shorter and skinnier teammates. With a ...


Mavs split with Adams State

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa softball team split a doubleheader with Adams State on Sunday at Bergman Field. CMU (18-13, 14-5 RMAC) won the first game 13-5 behind a seven-run fourth and the pitching of Brooke Hodgson (13-5). The Mavericks suffered a ...


Mavericks win 19th straight, set new record

By Dale Shrull

Matt Delay was in the groove on the mound and the Colorado Mesa University bats were blazing. The result was a CMU rout and a school record 19-game winning streak, which broke the record set in 2007. CMU (24-2, 16-0 RMAC) dominated the game ...


Colorado Mesa sweeps doubleheader vs. Adams St.

By Staff

Nicole Robinson doubled through the left side, then scored the winning run when Megan Brown reached base on an error by the first baseman as Colorado Mesa edged Adams State 7-6 in nine innings Saturday night to sweep an RMAC doubleheader. The ...

No. 1 Mavs win a pair vs. NMHU

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University baseball team pushed its winning streak to 18 games with a doubleheader sweep over New Mexico Highlands on Saturday at Suplizio Field. CMU (23-2, 15-0 RMAC) won the first game 4-0 behind a three-hitter by winning ...


Mavs battle to win

By Dale Shrull

Colorado Mesa baseball coach Chris Hanks isn’t all that thrilled about his team being ranked No. 1. Nor did he think the Mavericks played like the NCAA Division II’s top-ranked team Friday. But the Mavs still were good enough to ...



By Tim Harty

Ah, the comforts of home. Sleep in your own bed. Go about your normal daily routine. Walk or drive your car to Stocker Stadium to compete in a track and field meet. The last item was a first for track and field athletes at Colorado Mesa ...


Mavs experience new level of play

By Matt Meyer

One sentence by Colorado Mesa men’s soccer coach Todd Padgett sums up the exhibition match between the Mavericks and the Colorado Springs Switchbacks, a new expansion team in the United Soccer League, a Tier III professional soccer ...

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