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Mavs’ 2017-18 recruiting class increases swim program by 35

By Staff

Colorado Mesa nearly doubled the size of its swimming and diving team’s recruiting class for the upcoming season, announcing on Thursday the addition of 15 student-athletes who will compete during the 2017-18 season. The 35-swimmer ...


Tyler’s time

By Patti Arnold

Tyler Day laughed that things have changed since his father, former Mesa State College pitcher Steve Day, was drafted by San Francisco. “He had to sit by the house phone and wait for it to ring,” Tyler said Wednesday after his ...

Trio of big men part of six-man class for CMU men’s hoops team

By Patti Arnold

Andy Shantz said he learned more about coaching last season than any other winter as a head coach, when the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team struggled to an 8-20 record. One thing’s for sure — he never wants to go through ...


Bligh’s big day

By Patti Arnold

His first experience with the Major League Baseball draft was something he’ll never forget. Now Bligh Madris has to decide his next move. The Colorado Mesa right fielder was drafted Tuesday in the ninth round by the Pittsburgh Pirates, ...

New players give Mesa women a ‘fresh start’

By Patti Arnold

After missing the NCAA playoffs the past two years, next season’s Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team will have more new faces than familiar ones. CMU coach Taylor Wagner wrapped up a 10-player recruiting class recently by ...


The next level

By Patti Arnold

Growing up, Bligh Madris had a dream to play college baseball. Most likely by the end of the day Tuesday, he’ll have to make a decision on whether to continue that dream or start a new one as a professional baseball player. The ...

Mavs can’t get clutch hit in season-ending loss at Series

By Sean Shapiro

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas —Colorado Mesa’s offense sputtered out at the worst time. After a dominant season at the plate, the Mavericks came up short in the semifinals of the Division II College World Series on Thursday night, falling ...


Ramirez’s complete game sends Mavs to World Series semis

By Sean Shapiro

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — You need a short memory to succeed at the Division II College World Series. In a double-elimination format, the first loss — especially an extra-innings one — can carry over to the next day. The teams ...


Mesa falls short in extra innings at World Series

By Sean Shapiro

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — Mistakes in the 10th inning doomed Colorado Mesa in a 3-2 loss to St. Thomas Aquinas College in the Division II College World Series on Tuesday night. The Mavericks allowed two runs in the top of the 10th and ...

Mavs walk away with a wild win

By Staff

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — Who needs a hit? Colorado Mesa certainly didn’t in a key seventh-inning rally as it opened the Division II College World Series with a 10-3 win against Quincy University on Sunday. The Mavericks ...

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