Colorado Mesa is coming off a four-game sweep of Regis. In the final game of the series three Mavs combined for a four-hit shutout.
Now this pitching by committee strategy is something the Mavs have done at times this season to get non-regulars some work and to keep their starters fresh.
"All of that is just a process of getting innings on guys,” head coach Chris Hanks says. “Just making sure some core guys don't go weekends without pitching in order to keep them sharp."
Now they head to Alamosa to take on Adams State. With the RMAC tournament approaching the team is focused on getting their rotation ready.
"The end of the year is coming up,” senior pitcher Tyler Day says. “Playoffs are coming. We’re going to need everybody. It’s going to be where you're playing multiple days in a row. Not just four games, you're going to be playing four days in a row. So to have multiple people having success on the same day is pretty big. Hopefully it snowball effects and keeps going on until next week and the rest of the season."