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Kadavy playing a big role for Mesa State defense again

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Mesa State’s rise toward the top of the RMAC football standings last year had a lot to do with defense. Although All-American Kurt Kissner was the leader, several others played a key role, including linebacker Ryan Kadavy. The 6-foot, ...

Mesa women’s soccer team returns home for two games

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The Mesa State College women’s soccer team returns home this weekend after winning its first RMAC game last weekend on the road. “We did some great things in the first half (against CU-Colorado Springs) and got our first ...

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Jobe, Dixon continue soccer friendship at Mesa

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Jake Jobe and Sam Dixon lived down the street from each other in Missoula, Mont. Now they live together in an apartment in Grand Junction. The Mesa State College men’s soccer players grew up playing soccer together and now the ...

Fall season will help new Mesa State tennis players gain experience

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Six new student-athletes will play their first tennis matches for Mesa State College this weekend. Four of the new players will play for the women’s team. The Mesa State and tennis teams begin the fall season Friday against Colorado ...


Mavericks unsatisfied despite earning 5th win

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The Mesa State College men’s soccer team will take the win, but it kind of feels like stealing. The Mavericks scored two early goals and held on for their fifth victory, defeating the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs 2-1 in a ...

New faces take to the links for Mavs

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Mesa State College women’s golf coach Scott Hansen isn’t quite sure what to expect today. The Mavericks tee up for not only their first tournament of the fall in the Chadron State College Invitational in Scottsbluff, Neb., but ...

Mesa State overcome penalties with a 34-27 RMAC victory.

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The Mesa State College football team found a way to win its first game of the season, but the Mavericks left the field Saturday disappointed with their play. New Mexico Highlands put the Mavericks in a deep hole late in the third quarter, ...

Fumble-riddled drive rescues RMAC dreams

By Patrick Bahr

Four plays for 71 yards in one minute and 34 seconds. That was the drive in Mesa State’s game Saturday against New Mexico Highlands University that kept the season from slipping away. Down 27-10 late in the third quarter with dreams ...

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Mesa State setter has luxury of hard hitters in three-game sweep

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Tara King felt just a little bit spoiled the past two nights. It seemed anyone she set was ready to put the ball down on the other side of the net. “There were a lot of people there. It was awesome. That’s nice as a ...


Mavericks overcome slow start to rally past Highlands

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Phew. The Mesa State College football team overcame a slow start (7 points in the first half) and several mistakes (10 penalties and two turnovers) Saturday to rally past New Mexico Highlands 34-27 in a battle of winless teams to open the ...

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