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RMAC title tilt

By Patti Arnold

This game has been four years in the making. When Russ Martin was hired to take over as Colorado Mesa’s football coach, he cautioned it would take time to build the program he envisioned. His first two seasons were rocky, going a ...


Mesa matmen

By Tim Harty

The program’s first Division II national champion. Seven national qualifiers. Three All-Americans. A 10th-place team finish at the national meet. A Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship. That was the 2014-15 wrestling season ...

Mesa women open season ranked 19th, will be without Reichle for entire year

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa opens the women’s basketball season next weekend as the No. 19 team in the nation. The Mavericks, who went 23-6 last season, landed in the top 20 in the USA Today Sports Division II rankings, released Tuesday. The first ...


Flipping the switch

By Patti Arnold

If you watch Erin Perez on the volleyball court, you’d swear she’s two different people. On the front line. you’d be hard-pressed to see a more fierce, demonstrative outside hitter. The 5-foot-9 senior from Kailua, Hawaii, ...

Mesa football leapfrogs Pueblo in rankings

By Patti Arnold

Conference championship games don’t need additional hype. Monday afternoon, though, the hype over Saturday’s RMAC football game that will determine the conference title went up a notch when the NCAA Division II regional football ...

CMU’s Salazar wins weight class at UNC

By Staff

Daniel Salazar won the weight-class championship at 141 pounds to highlight the performances of Colorado Mesa University’s wrestling team Sunday at the season-opening University of Northern Colorado Open in Greeley. Salazar, a senior ...


CMU women’s soccer falls short

By Jon Mitchell

Sunday’s final result between the women’s soccer teams at Colorado Mesa University and Westminster College wound up being a microcosm of the kind of season the Mavericks had. This season, Mesa got off to a slow start and nearly ...


Mesa soccer defeats Regis

By Jon Mitchell

Roy Abergil may have done the chicken dance after scoring the only goal of the game Sunday, but it was the back defensive line of Colorado Mesa University’s men’s soccer team that has the Mavericks heading to the ...


After win over Mines, Mesa set to battle Pueblo for RMAC title

By Patti Arnold

Russ Martin had to chuckle. After talking with several of the 40-some recruits and their parents who took in Colorado Mesa’s 31-17 victory over Colorado School of Mines and doing a couple of radio interviews, he turned his attention ...


Big-game Mavericks

By Patti Arnold

The ball was not going off Tony White’s hands. Not this time. Ditto for Virnel Moon. And Blaine Jackson? Well, he just had to wait for the ball to come down. “It looked like that ball hung up there for two years,” the ...

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