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Allen’s Ks nail down Mavs’ win

By Patti Arnold

Matt Allen worked out his issues with his breaking ball in the bullpen last week, then showed Saturday night just how well it was working. The Colorado Mesa reliever struck out seven of the nine batters he faced and figured in on eight of the ...

CMU ski teams both finish third in 15K skate race

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa Nordic ski team finished the The U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association national championships with another solid performance at Bend, Oregon. CMU’s men’s and women’s teams each finished third in the ...


Streak broken

By Patti Arnold

It wasn’t so much that the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team lost at home for the first time in three-plus years Friday night. It was that their one loss in the past 53 games at Brownson Arena, 61-51 to CSU-Pueblo, cost the ...

Spring weather plays havoc with CMU baseball schedule

By Patti Arnold

Ah, spring. “Some of those days we play in are just ... you could describe them as almost torture,” Colorado Mesa baseball coach Chris Hanks said. “It’s a mark of toughness getting through those days.” The ...


Defense doesn’t rest

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team has found its calling card. Defense. The Mavericks (23-4) aren’t flashy offensively. They have a tendency to turn the ball over. They don’t dominate teams in the ...


Second-half Lions

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — Rowdy student supporters of the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs men’s basketball team were wearing T-shirts that read: “Own the Playoffs.” That may come true, but one thing was certain ...

Mavs’ Wagner is top coach in RMAC again

By Patti Arnold

Three years. Three RMAC regular-season championships. Two RMAC Shootout titles, with a third still a possibility. Three-time coach of the year. It’s been a good run so far for Taylor Wagner, who on Tuesday was selected the RMAC ...


Kasel the thief

By Patti Arnold

If Laurel Kasel wasn’t stepping in front of passes, she was slapping them away, chasing down loose balls, picking them up and sprinting the other way. The junior guard for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team had a ...


Mavs on long road trip for RMAC playoffs

By Patti Arnold

They might grumble about road trips, but the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball players like playing away from home almost as much as at Brownson Arena. The Mavericks are 7-4 on the road against RMAC teams this season, and did what no other ...


Halalilo likes Mesa’s high expectations

By Patti Arnold

Perhaps no one understands what can happen in the RMAC Shootout better than Shanna Halalilo. The senior guard for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team was part of Black Hills State’s week-long odyssey last season, when the ...

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