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By Tim Harty

New Mexico Highlands’ Jermey Misailegalu probably thought the takedown he was about to score Friday night was too easy. He picked up Paco Retana and threw him to the mat with a controlled slam. Textbook stuff. Except Retana never read ...


Board battle

By Dale Shrull

Ryan Popp was one dive away from winning the 1-meter diving competition. But Zachary Parry had other ideas. The California Baptist freshman scored 55.8 and 50.7 points on his final two dives Friday to leap past Popp at the Rocky Mountain ...

Bats heat up in win for Mesa baseball

By Staff

Kevan Elcock hit a fourth-inning home run, went 3 for 5 and drove in three runs Friday night as Colorado Mesa’s bats got hot in the Mavericks’ third game of the season, a 14-5 rout of Dixie State College in St. George, ...


Oh, so close

By Tim Harty

Paco Retana spent most of the second period fighting off a tilt attempt, knowing Colorado Mesa needed a win from him to put the wrestling dual in the hands of the heavyweights. Successful in denying his opponent any back points, the ...


Depth charge

By Matt Meyer

They’re young, but they’re hungry. The Colorado Mesa University men’s swimming and diving team illustrated its depth Thursday during the second of four days at the RMAC Swimming and Diving Championships at El Pomar ...


Proving themselves

By Matt Meyer

No one really expects the Colorado Mesa University swimming and diving team to contend at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships. Mavericks coach Ron Allen would like that to change. After Mesa qualified ...


Smarter CMU women’s lacrosse team hoping for better season

By Patti Arnold

The IQ keeps going up on the Colorado Mesa women’s lacrosse team. “With recruiting better student-athletes, we’re quite a bit smarter with our field sense,” CMU coach Abby Simpson said. “They’re able to ...


Comeback for the ages?

By Patti Arnold

The NCAA keeps records for the biggest deficit overcome to win a game for Division I basketball teams, but not Division II. There’s no definitive answer for whether Colorado Mesa’s 28-point comeback against Black Hills State in an ...


Mavericks finish 6th in premier softball tournament

By Staff

Getting into the Gold Bracket of the NFCA Division II Leadoff Classic softball tournament was a good first step for Colorado Mesa. The Mavericks knocked off the No. 4 team in the nation, Southeastern Oklahoma, twice, including a 14-5 rout ...


The Reichle Show

By Patti Arnold

It wasn’t easy by any means, but once it got things straightened out defensively Saturday night, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team looked up and found itself back in first place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic ...

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