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Mavs dominate Colorado Christian

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University men’s and women’s tennis teams rolled to easy wins against Colorado Christian on Thursday at the Elliott Tennis Center. Both CMU teams won 9-0 with every singles match a straight-set romp by the ...

Mavs focus on execution in preparation for Black Hills

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s football team spent more time in meetings and watching video this week. Coach Russ Martin was pleased with his team’s effort in last week’s loss against Chadron State, but not with the decisions and execution ...


Pooling their resources

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams took a step closer to finishing in the top 20 in the nation last year. Briana Purkapile became the first Maverick swimmer (male or female) to earn All-America ...


Falling back

By Allen Gemaehlich

Taylor Walters had a rough day on the golf course Tuesday, but she was smiling after the round and vowed to be back out today. The Colorado Mesa University sophomore lost her first collegiate lead and finished tied for seventh place in the ...


It’s good to be home

By Staff

Colorado Mesa has two golfers in the top three after the first round of play in the RMAC No. 2 Invitational on Monday at Bookcliff Country Club. Sophomore Taylor Walters is in first place with a 1-over-par 73. Junior Sara Swaney is tied for ...


No. 20 Mavericks handle tough road swing

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team won two of three matches on possibly its toughest conference road trip of the season last weekend. The Mavericks (11-3, 5-1 RMAC), who remained 20th in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division ...


The spirit is willing for CMU

By Matt Meyer

After a spirited comeback netted the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team the tying goal Sunday, the Mavericks struggled to hang on. Regis midfielder Sid Otto banged a long shot off the left post and into the net in the 79th ...

Defense helps Mavericks’ VB team sweep Colo. Christian

By Staff

Colorado Christian came out Saturday ready to take down Colorado Mesa, hoping the 20th-ranked Mavericks would let down after Friday’s sweep of No. 12 Colorado School of Mines. Colorado Mesa wasn’t going to let that happen. The ...


Mavs miss opportunity

By Allen Gemaehlich

The defense gave Colorado Mesa a chance, but the offense failed to make plays when it had the chance. Chadron State built an early lead and held on for a 24-13 victory over Colorado Mesa on Saturday afternoon at Stocker Stadium. The Eagles ...


Trinidad’s return gives Mavs offense a spark

By Patti Arnold

Welcome back, Ricky Trinidad. Colorado Mesa’s senior running back was expected to miss between four and six weeks after separating his right shoulder in the Mavericks’ season opener. Three weeks later, Trinidad not only suited ...

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