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CMU Nordic team performs well in opener

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University Nordic ski team opened its season Saturday by hosting an event on Grand Mesa. Using the Skyway trail system on Grand Mesa, the event was also the season opener for the U.S. Collegiate Ski Association’s Rocky ...


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Buzzer beater

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Christian tied Friday night’s RMAC men’s basketball game with eight seconds left. Julian Vasquez made sure Colorado Mesa would not work overtime. The 23-year-old junior guard faked a drive, pulled up and drained a jumper ...


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An ugly victory

By Patti Arnold

Survive the first game of the new year and then see where you are. That was the discussion Friday before Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team faced Colorado Christian. The Mavericks (9-2, 6-1 RMAC) survived a typically ugly ...


Mavs hope to continue winning ways after break

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball team is in a familiar position, but looking to rewrite the ending. The Mavericks, who are receiving votes in the latest NCAA Division II coaches poll, are off to another good start this season ...


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No. 1: Diamond dreams

By Allen Gemaehlich

No matter how good the opponent was, how big the game was or how difficult the situation appeared to be, they fought. And they scrapped. And they never gave up. And the Colorado Mesa University baseball team did that all the way to the NCAA ...


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No. 5: Mesa men’s soccer team takes a big step forward

By Allen Gemaehlich

The 2014 calendar year began with a coaching change for the Colorado Mesa men’s soccer program. The Mavericks were coming off arguably their best season in program history when Josh Pittman resigned. Todd Padgett was hired in February, ...


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No. 7: Mesa women’s hoops team continues its success in 2014

By Patti Arnold

The 2013-14 RMAC championship shirts read “Rose to the Occasion.” Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team was determined to prove the 2012-13 season wasn’t a one-and-done effort. The Mavericks, despite losing a ...


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No. 10: CMU volleyball team leaps into national prominence

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Colorado Mesa volleyball team began the 2014 season with sights set on making the NCAA Division II tournament. The Mavericks did much better than that. Colorado Mesa started its season on a mission and swept its first four opponents, ...


Former Mesa player is new Mines FB coach

By Allen Gemaehlich

A former Mesa State College football player was hired Tuesday as the head football coach at Colorado School of Mines. Gregg Brandon, who played at Mesa in 1974, replaces Bob Stitt, who left to become the head football coach at Division I ...


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The Reichle effect

By Patti Arnold

Erin Reichle doesn’t just play basketball. “I say she’s a basketball player,” Colorado Mesa women’s basketball coach Taylor Wagner said of his 5-foot-6 sophomore guard. “For some, it’s ‘I play ...


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