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Brandenburg’s big game helps Mavs upset No. 8 Tampa

By Staff

Sophomore Steve Brandenburg scored a career-high six goals Friday as the Colorado Mesa men’s lacrosse team upset No. 8 University of Tampa with a 14-6 victory in Florida. The Mavericks outscored Tampa (15-3) in each period. CMU coach ...


CMU softball team snaps skid, stays alive at RMAC tourney

By Staff

After the Colorado Mesa softball team collected only one hit Thursday in a 5-0 loss to Western New Mexico, the Mavericks bounced back in their second game, defeating Colorado Christian 3-2 to stay alive in the RMAC Tournament. CMU (33-22) ...


CMU adds women’s sand volleyball to sports stable

By Patti Arnold

Yes, it’s tough to find a beach in Colorado. Colorado Mesa, though, has three sand volleyball courts adjacent to the Mav Pav on campus, and next spring, the 24th NCAA-sanctioned program at the school will be using those courts to play ...


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Second-chance success

By Patti Arnold

It was a tough decision for Chris Hanks to make, and just as tough a phone call a couple of months later. But after fall baseball practice in 2010, the Colorado Mesa baseball team had too many catchers, and Austin Wallingford was the odd man ...


Mesa softball team goes into RMAC tourney confident

By Patti Arnold

It could have been a sullen, somber trip home from Chadron, Nebraska, last weekend after the Colorado Mesa softball team went 0-4, spoiling its goal of defending its RMAC regular-season championship. Instead, the Mavericks cleared the air and ...


Mavericks drop to No. 4 in coaches poll

By Staff

College Baseball CMU drops to No. 4 in rankings Colorado Mesa dropped two spots to No. 4 in Monday’s Collegiate Baseball Division II coaches poll. The Mavericks (39-6), who have clinched their fourth straight RMAC regular-season ...


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Eickhoff carries CMU to playoffs with late goals

By Matt Meyer

Win and you’re in. The Colorado Mesa women’s lacrosse team didn’t lead for 48 minutes Sunday, but Ashley Eickhoff scored all five of her goals in the second half to lift the Mavericks to a 14-11 victory over Adams State and ...


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Battling the elements

By Dale Shrull

Spencer Oswald was soaked, shivering and smiling as he glided across the finish line. With a fist pump and thrusting his arms into the air, Oswald let out an empathic and prolonged “yeah!” On a day when the weather was the ...


Mesa clinches RMAC baseball title

By Patti Arnold

Chris Hanks jokingly took exception to the concept that the Colorado Mesa baseball team, by virtue of being rained out Sunday, clinched its fourth straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season championship. “No, we clinched ...


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Thrilling finish downtown

By Dale Shrull

Bicycle racing, a sport of inches? After 60 minutes of intense racing Saturday in the Maverick Classic Criterium, it all came down to three riders and about two inches. Two inches! Colorado Mesa University’s Spencer Oswald crushed the ...


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