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Ma’ata’s moment

By Patti Arnold

Each week, it gets easier for the guards to find Ma’ata Epenisa. And each week, it gets easier for Epenisa to turn those passes into buckets. “The guards, before, to be honest, we had to go get the ball when they passed it,” ...


Mavs’ Dustin Rivas earns All-American first-team honors

By Patti Arnold

College football coaches across the country gave Dustin Rivas a first-team thumbs-up Wednesday, voting him a first-team All-American on the American Football Coaches Association defense. “I don’t know if it was justifying, but it ...

Colorado Mesa men sign one of state’s top 3-point shooters

By Patti Arnold

One of the top 3-point shooters in Colorado high school history will be firing up shots next season for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team. Kolton Peterson, who on Monday night broke the Class 5A state record for 3-pointers made in ...

Inside players carry Mavs past Griffins

By Staff

Colorado Mesa is back to pick-your-poison basketball. The CMU women saw that Westminster College was trying to limit the touches Bryanna Adams got Saturday night, as well as keep the Mavs’ other guards, Erin Reichle and Sydney Small, in ...


All-American ideal

By Patti Arnold

To this day, Roy Abergil has only one regret about his soccer career at Colorado Mesa. “I think overall I got everything I wanted from my soccer career but the national championship,” the senior forward said Thursday after ...

Mesa VB team loses in five sets at regional

By Staff

One more push. That’s all the Colorado Mesa volleyball team needed Thursday in the NCAA Division II South Central Region quarterfinals, but Metro State rallied for a five-set victory in San Angelo, Texas. “That’s what I ...

Mesa volleyball team hopes changes lead to better result vs. Metro

By Patti Arnold

Embrace change. That’s the message Dave Fleming had for the Colorado Mesa volleyball team when it returned from Thanksgiving, eager to prepare for the Mavericks’ third straight trip to the NCAA playoffs. Fleming isn’t ...

Western hits half-court shot at buzzer to beat Mavs

By Staff

It’s a shot just about every player takes, usually at the end of practice, the half-court shot to win the game. Will Duggan not only took the half-court heave at the buzzer Tuesday night in the RMAC opener at Paul Wright Gym in Gunnison ...


Fueling the comeback

By Patti Arnold

After missing 16 straight 3-point attempts Saturday night, the problem was clear: the Mavericks were just too close to the line. Erin Reichle took two giant steps back on the left wing and let it fly with just less than four minutes to play ...


Mesa men play better, but fall to No. 20 Mustangs

By Patti Arnold

In the end, the No. 20 team in the nation was too big, too deep and too talented for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team. And yet, the way the Mavericks battled Saturday night against Midwestern State had coach Andy Shantz smiling ...

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