Colorado Mesa football took to the practice field for the first time this season in preparation for their 2019 season.
The Mavericks were voted to finish fourth in the RMAC this season in the coaches poll.
Michael Wender brings a D-I Championship qualifier experience as CMU's new Swim & Dive/Triathlon coach.
Erik Kozel was an assistant coach for two years before becoming the interim head coach last season.
Chase Hamilton is the first Gold Glove winner for CMU since the Gold Glove program started in 2007.
Torres, the RMAC Player of the Year, led the conference with a .458 batting average and 68 RBI.
The Mavericks have finished national runner-up twice, back in 2014 and now 2019.
In the CMU women's wrestling first year of the program the earn the NCAA Scholar All-American honor.
In a season where the Mavericks experienced a lot of first, two players were named to the All-America team for the...
CMU softball had two players receive honors for the Google Cloud Academic All-America team.
Daughter of former Mavericks volleyball player Terene Foutz, Maddie joins CMU with two years of eligibility remaining.
Two CMU softball players earned high honors after a season where the Mavericks won their fourth straight RMAC title.
AnnMarie Torres was second in the nation in RBI with 68 this season.
With the JUCO World Series beginning at Suplizio this weekend, the Mavericks will travel to play Angelo State in Texas for this...
Mavericks go undefeated in NCAA Regional Tournament and will advance to Super Regionals
Mavericks win 13-10 over West Texas A&M and win their second game, 6-3 against Colorado Mines.
Erin Koehler and Olivia Hayden named to All-Midwest First Team roster
Mavericks win 6th straight RMAC Title after beating School of Mines, 13-2.