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Regis’ height bothers Mesa
in volleyball loss

By Patti Arnold

So. Much. Size. And when the middle hitters for No. 14 Regis got going, there was no stopping them Friday night. Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team had a chance to win the first set, but when it slipped away, so did their chance of the ...


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Ready, set, go

By Patti Arnold

Sam Ritter stood at the far end of the bench for all but 29 of Colorado Mesa’s 107 sets last volleyball season. A freshman, she watched and learned what it takes to be a college setter, working on what she learned in practice every day. ...


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Kicking-game calm

By Patti Arnold

Those final few chaotic seconds are still a blur to Ryan Sheehan, the key player in Colorado Mesa’s game-winning field goal against Colorado School of Mines. “I’ve had three in my career with a chance to win a game and was ...


Colorado Mesa briefs, Sept. 19, 2017

By Staff

Women’s College Golf CMU finishes 16th at Regional Preview Colorado Mesa finished well back in the pack in the Fall Regional Preview at Hillcrest Country Club in Durango, placing 16th after winning the RMAC Fall Preview last ...


Mesa stands pat in poll after win against Mines

By Patti Arnold

Once David Tann got the feeling back in his left arm, there was no stopping the Colorado Mesa senior running back. Tann, who hit the ulnar nerve in his left elbow on a carry in the second quarter Saturday, causing his arm to go numb for ...


Mavs’ GK rock solid in victory over Regis

By Patti Arnold

Briley Guarneri’s ribs on his right side were a little tender Saturday, but Sunday he was feeling like his old self, so there was no way he was going to miss Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer game against Regis. The junior goal ...


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Mavs’ defense bends, doesn’t break vs. Mines

By Patti Arnold

All week, the Colorado Mesa coaching staff preached about stopping the run against Colorado School of Mines. Stop the run. Stop the run. Stop the run. But when stopping the run means stopping Cameron Mayberry, a 5-foot-11, 200-pound ...


Colloty’s 10th-place finish paces Mavericks

By Staff

Wyatt Colloty placed 10th in the Littlefoot Sprint Triathlon at Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood, the first event for Colorado Mesa University’s newest sport. Colloty, a senior from Grand Junction, finished in 1 hour, 1 minute, 8 ...


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A fantastic finish

By Patti Arnold

Peter Anderson is fast. Quick as a hiccup fast. Speedy Gonzalez, Roadrunner fast. Twenty seconds and 82 yards, no-problem fast. “I’m surprised they caught him, to be honest with you,” Colorado Mesa football coach Russ ...


Mav Watch, Sept. 15, 2017

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mines (1-1, 1-1 RMAC)
at Colorado Mesa (2-0, 2-0 RMAC) Today, 1 p.m., Stocker Stadium Radio: KTMM (101.1-FM) Video streaming: CMUMavericks.com Last week: Colorado Mesa 24, Chadron State 10; Colorado Mines 70, New Mexico ...


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