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Belt-high, let it fly

By Jon Mitchell

The kind of pitches Makayla Kovac got to hit Thursday night against Adams State University weren’t the kind she expected to see. Not that she’s complaining. Kovac, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s career home run ...

CMU baseball team No. 1 in region

By Staff

College Baseball Colorado Mesa top team in region Colorado Mesa is in line to win the RMAC regular-season title and host the conference tournament, and the 
No. 5 Mavericks are also the early favorites to again host the South ...


Mavericks clean up in All-RMAC voting

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa’s softball team dominated play on the field, and when it came time for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference coaches to vote on the all-conference team, the Mavericks were rewarded. Mesa received three of the six major ...


Winning RMAC golf title has Walters eager for more

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa junior Taylor Walters capped the spring golf season by winning the women’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title, shooting the only sub-par round of the tournament, a 1-under-par 71 in the final round after an even-par ...

Former Maverick Herl hired at CSU

By Staff

College Basketball Former Mav Herl hired at CSU Former Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball player and assistant coach Jase Herl was hired Tuesday as an assistant at Colorado State University, the Fort Collins Coloradoan ...


Break out the bats

By Patti Arnold

It’s been asked all spring: When is the Colorado Mesa offense going to bust loose? The answer, apparently: Saturday. On a day when the wind was howling, swirling, changing directions and nearly tore Old Glory off the center-field ...

Metro tops Mesa softball team again

By Staff

For the second straight day, the Colorado Mesa softball team had chances to break open a close game against Metro State. Instead, the Mavericks lost 2-1 on Saturday in eight innings, the same score as Friday’s RMAC loss to the ...

Mavericks’ 29-game winning streak ends with loss to Metro

By Staff

It had to end sometime, and the way Colorado Mesa softball coach Ben Garcia sees it, better to lose now than in the playoffs. The Mavericks’ 29-game winning streak came to an end Friday in Spearfish, South Dakota, in a 2-1 loss to Metro ...


Eighth wonders

By Patti Arnold

They weren’t allowed to swing a bat until Thursday, and it seemed to help the Colorado Mesa baseball team’s hitters. “We were fresher,” CMU coach Chris Hanks said after the Mavericks’ 5-4 victory over Colorado ...


On their minds

By Patti Arnold

As the streak grew, the Colorado Mesa softball players insisted there were no rituals, no superstitions, in connection with winning what’s now 29 consecutive games. We’ve won one game in a row, the Mavericks will tell you. ...

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