Colorado Mesa University's Ammar Hassan finished with a season-high score of 373.45 to win for the second straight day at the A-10 Classic at the SPIRE Institute-Aquatic Center in Geneva, Ohio, on Sunday.

The junior led the Mavericks to a 1-2 sweep on the 3-meter board.

Noah Macomber, a senior, qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships, which will take place in Geneva in March, after he also had his best score of the season with 330.2 on six dives, good for a second-place finish.

Chandler Livingston took 10th with 165.55 points.

Brittany Dixon led the Mesa women, finishing third out of the 14-athlete field with 221.70 points on the 1-meter board.

Men's Soccer

Niall Shaffery scored in the 53rd minute to lift Colorado Mesa to a 1-0 victory over Adams State on Senior Day at Walker Field.

Ramses Atahualpa assisted on the goal for the Mavericks (10-4-3, 8-3-3 RMAC). Brendan Brown recorded three saves against the Grizzlies (1-14-1, 1-12-1 RMAC) in the regular season finale.

CMU earned the No. 3 seed in the RMAC Tournament and will host sixth-seeded Fort Lewis (10-4-4, 8-4-2) on Friday night in the quarterfinal.

The top two seeds in the tournament are Colorado School of Mines (12-3-3, 10-1-3) and Regis (10-5-2, 9-3-1).

Women's Soccer

Colorado Mesa finished the season with a 0-0 tie against Westminster College at Walker Field.

CMU (8-7-2, 6-2-2 RMAC) and the Griffins (10-3-4, 7-3-3 RMAC) each attempted four shots on goal in the 110-minute game. Kamrie Gunderson saved three shots on goal and Emily Signorio saved the other.

The Mavs were the first team to miss the eight-team RMAC Tournament, finishing ninth in the conference. UC-Colorado Springs (17-0, 13-0) earned the No. 1 seed.

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