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Change for Mavericks

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When the Colorado Mesa baseball season ended one run short of its first NCAA Division II national championship, there were plenty of players expected to return for another chance at a title. When the Mavericks returned home, junior center ...


CMU coach wants Kovac to focus on playing, not living up to expectations

By Patti Arnold

It’s pretty heady stuff, but first-year Colorado Mesa softball coach Ben Garcia knows Makayla Kovac won’t get caught up in all of the preseason accolades she’s getting. First, there was being selected the preseason player of ...


Dive in: CMU divers thriving with new coach

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Logan Pearsall was a pretty good diver in college. He was a four-time national diving champion and six-time All-American at Clarion (Pennsylvania) University. His coach, Dave Hrovat, inspired him to give back and become a coach ...

Late shot by CCU sinks Mavs

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team got one stop, but it couldn’t get the second it needed Saturday night. Christina Whitelaw’s first layup in a tie game was no good with six seconds left. CMU’s Ashley ...

Mavericks drop second straight game

By Staff

For the second time this season, the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team shot the ball better than its opponent – and lost. The Mavericks, who trailed all game, shot 56 percent from the floor, and Colorado Christian shot 50 ...

Henigen breaks CMU hurdles mark

By Staff

Whitney Rowe and Bacall Sterling posted NCAA provisional-qualifying scores and Lala Henigen broke a school record again Saturday in the Colorado School of Mines Division II Invitational. Henigen broke her previous school record in the ...

High-octane offense leads CMU women

By Staff

A well-timed timeout did the trick Friday night for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. Down 11-6 to Colorado School of Mines, CMU coach Taylor Wagner called a 30-second timeout. A jumper by Shanna Halalilo triggered a 17-0 run ...

Second-half run lifts Mines past Mesa men

By Staff

After a slow start Friday night, Andy Shantz felt pretty good that the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team was within striking distance at halftime. Colorado School of Mines put an end to that in the second half, outscoring CMU 40-26 ...

CMU’s Tapp runs to victory in 400

By Staff

College Track & Field CMU’s Tapp runs to victory in 400 Ally Tapp was Colorado Mesa’s lone event winner Friday in the three-team Western State Shootout indoor track and field meet. Tapp won the 400-meter women’s race ...

Mesa wrestling team moves up to No. 13 in latest poll

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s wrestling team moved up six spots to No. 13 in the National Wrestling Coaches Association Division II poll. The Mavericks (11-0, 5-0 RMAC) have two individuals ranked nationally. Senior James Martinez (29-2), a ...

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