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Cold-shooting Mavericks fall to Cougars at RMAC Shootout

By Staff

One of the best-shooting teams in the RMAC couldn’t get anything to fall Friday night, and never got into an offensive rhythm. That led to Colorado Mesa’s 63-51 loss to CU-Colorado Springs in the semifinals of the RMAC Shootout in ...


High-performance Carr

By Patti Arnold

At one point Friday, JJ Carr had made so many plays at third base that shortstop Zach McLeod kiddingly told him to let him play, too. “Zach was giving me a hard time. A couple of those he was close, (saying) ‘Come on, give me ...


Fresh faces

By Patti Arnold

Kim Childress played 11 minutes in January for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team, a max of three minutes in four of the Mavericks’ nine games. Tori Catlett logged 33 minutes of playing time that month, getting 10 minutes ...

Mesa women ninth in regional rankings

By Staff

College Basketball Mavs ninth in regional rankings Despite beating the No. 1 team in the region by 35 points last week, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team moved up only one spot in this week’s official NCAA Division II ...


Comeback Mavs

By Patti Arnold

Taylor Wagner saw it coming. A short turnaround after sending shock waves through the conference with a 35-point win over the No. 5 team in the nation. It could have been a disastrous crash game. “I was worried we were going to come ...


CMU’s Adams trades ballet slippers for hoops

By Patti Arnold

Bryanna Adams works as hard, if not harder, than anyone in the gym. She has to, she says. She’s playing catch-up. The leading scorer in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (16.7 points per game) doesn’t have the basketball ...

Eagles top Mavericks in softball slugfests

By Staff

The ball isn’t supposed to fly on cold days. Go ahead and tell that to the Colorado Mesa University and Chadron State College softball teams, who combined to hit 15 home runs Monday afternoon in a triple-header in Chadron, Nebraska, to ...

Mesa men end season with emphatic win over CSU-Pueblo

By Patti Arnold

No way was Kabir West giving up the ball. No way. All those weeks of frustration vanished Saturday night for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team. Nothing was more fitting than when West stole the ball, raced the length of the court ...


‘This is us’

By Patti Arnold

Taylor Wagner knew all along the Mavericks had it in them. It was just a matter drawing it out. It all came together Saturday night, a complete 40-minute game offensively — and how — and defensively. The end result was the ...

Four Colorado Mesa wrestlers qualify for Division II nationals

By Brian Miller

GOLDEN — Jason Buhr saw his season flash before his eyes Saturday afternoon, and for a moment all that he had worked for was in danger of slipping away. Forced into a true fourth-place match at 165 pounds in the NCAA Division II West ...

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