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Seizing opportunity

By Patti Arnold

For two years, Kelli Van Tassel sat on the bench and watched the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball games. Her redshirt year, she practiced every day, then got all dressed up on game nights and cheered on her teammates. Last season, she ...

Mavs beat 3 ranked teams at Midwest Duals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s wrestling team had a big bounce-back day Saturday at the Nebraska-Kearney Midwest Duals, knocking off three teams ranked above the Mavericks and going 3-1. “We wrestled really well,” CMU coach Chuck Pipher ...

Hot-shooting Mavs cruise past Cougars

By Staff

Taylor Wagner was so ill Friday night, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball coach was wondering if he’d be able to make it to Saturday’s game at Colorado Christian. He’s sure glad he felt better Saturday, because he ...

Good start, solid finish lifts Mesa past Mines

By Staff

Improved field goal defense, rebounding, a good start and an even better finish was just what Colorado Mesa women’s basketball coach Taylor Wagner wanted to see Friday night against Colorado School of Mines. That’s what he got in ...


Mav Watch, Jan. 12, 2017

By Patti Arnold

Mesa Tipoff Friday: Colorado Mesa at Colo. Mines, 5 p.m. (women); 7 p.m. (men) Saturday: Colo. Mesa at Colo. Christian, 5 p.m. (women); 7 p.m. (men) Men Leaders Scoring: CJ Davis, CMU, 14.1; Gokul Natesan, CSM, 19.3; Ty McGee, CCU, ...

Final-match defeat costs Mavs in loss to Chadron

By Staff

Colorado Mesa could not give up bonus points Thursday night in the final match of the Mavericks’ RMAC wrestling dual at Chadron State. Nursing a five-point lead, Clayton Voytilla was taken down early by Cooper Cogdill, who got the ...


Colorado Mesa freshman Tawater hopes to continue growth on mat

By Patti Arnold

This is not the time of year when the Colorado Mesa wrestlers can take a day off. Not with five of the next six duals coming against nationally ranked competition. There will be time to give guys a break from practice after the next 10 days, ...


Slow start, poor rebounding doom Mavs in loss to Regis

By Patti Arnold

The post-game talk Saturday was quick from the coaching staff, leaving the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball players to do some soul-searching by themselves after a 76-71 loss to Regis. After that players’ meeting, the ...


Regis’ last-second putback sinks Mavericks

By Patti Arnold

Noah King and Elijah Sanders snatched the game away from Colorado Mesa in the waning seconds. First, King ripped the ball out of Brandon Hoffer’s hands after the Mavericks had secured a rebound after King missed a 3-pointer Saturday ...

Mavs earn three more dual victories

By Staff

After knocking off ninth-ranked Cal Baptist on Thursday, the Colorado Mesa wrestling team kept rolling Saturday in the Tracy Borah Duals in Gunnison. The 23rd-ranked Mavericks cruised past Southwest Minnesota State 30-6 before taking down two ...

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