Hatch Reflects on a Season Cut Short

Junior forward John Hatch, who was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference’s defensive player of the year last week, sums up the recently completed men’s…

Men’s Tennis Show Bright Spot Against CCU

This past weekend was a busy one for Colorado College’s men’s and women’s tennis teams, with the men’s team opening up their 2017 spring season,…

CC Pounds Augustana, Falls to Berry Despite Late Push

Colorado College men’s lacrosse hosted their first two home games of the season on Washburn field last week. The Tigers enjoyed a dominating win last…

Tigers Open Season With Dominating Wins

The opposition that the state of Minnesota had to offer proved to be no match for the Colorado College women’s lacrosse team. During their season…

Primed for a Productive Season, Woods Emphasizes Consistency and Team Culture

On the field Friday and Sunday, the men’s lacrosse team established a 2-0 record to start off their 2017 season. They played Transylvania University from…

Phenomenal Run for CC Women’s Track and Field

The women’s 4x400-meter indoor relay school record was toppled this last weekend at the Joe Davies Classic. Four students, juniors Asmeda Spalding-Aguirre and Ayla Loper,…

Tigers Look Toward SCAC Tournament

Over fifth Block Break the Colorado College men’s basketball team traveled down to Irving, Texas to wrap up the regular season with one last conference…

Men’s Hockey Falls to, Ties #1-Ranked Minnesota Duluth

Colorado College men’s hockey (7-20-3, 3-14-23, National Collegiate Hockey Conference) went head-to-head with #1-ranked University of Minnesota Duluth (19-5-6, 13-4-3-3 National Collegiate Hockey Conference) last…

Audio: Winning and Pinning: a Guide to the 2017 RMAC Wrestling Championships

Several weeks ago, the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs hosted the Division II RMAC Championships, and some of the top wrestlers in the nation…

Speed Skating Makes Rare Appearance on a College Campus

Although speed skating is among the most watched Olympic sports, it hardly has a presence on college campuses. Until this year, that is, thanks to…

Colorado College Men’s Basketball Wins Two Key Games

John Hatch had one of those weekends. The junior forward from Lodi, Wis. scored 29 points in Friday’s game against Centenary College, followed by a…

Call 911: $69 Million Owed

Frisco is ablaze. Call 911. Everything and everyone is on fire. 49ers CEO Jed York has a very unfortunate pipe dream. York has a proclivity…

Women’s Track and Field Warms Up for Big Expectations

On April 5, the Colorado College women’s track and field team kicked off their season at the 2017 Mid-America Region Masters Indoor Championships, just up…

Superbowl LI: Why We Believe in Sports

Sunday’s Super Bowl game, which was without a doubt one of the single greatest sporting events in the history of sports, should serve as a…

Men’s Basketball’s Hot Streak Ends at Home

The Colorado College men’s basketball team toppled from the top of the SCAC rankings after a pair of losses this weekend. Friday night, a Trinity…

CC Roots Run Deep for Ockey

Colorado College is the perfect place to be a Division I athlete while simultaneously having many other aspects to your identity, according to sophomore forward…

Women’s Basketball Drops Weekend Games to SCAC Competition

This past weekend the Colorado College women’s basketball team took a trip to sunny San Antonio, Tex., for a pair of games against conference powerhouses…

Colorado College Men’s Hockey Bags One of Two on the Weekend

For the Colorado College men’s hockey team, last weekend’s match up against North Dakota provided an opportunity to play the defending national champion at home…

Swim and Dive Hosts 19th Annual CC Classic

While everyone else was still relaxing or out on the slopes during the finals days of winter break, Colorado College’s swimming and diving teams were…

The Pieces Start Coming Together for Partee and Men’s Basketball

“We are always faced with challenges, it’s the same as any season,” Partee said. “You just never know what those challenges are going to be.”…

Women’s Basketball Drops Weekend Games

Despite a valiant effort by a women’s basketball team still trying to find their winning touch this season, the Tigers dropped a pair of home…

Men’s Hockey Bested by Western Michigan

The Colorado College men’s hockey team (6-16-2, 2-10-2, National Collegiate Hockey Conference) went head to head with #10 -ranked Western Michigan University (13-6-3, 7-6-1-1 NCHC)…

Shredding the (G)NARP

As a budding reporter, I firmly believe in the power of words. And as a seasoned sports reporter, I consider it my duty to stay…

Women’s Swim and Dive Dominates CSU-Pueblo and Austin College

Written by Daniel Krueger Following three straight losses, the Colorado College women’s swim and dive team finally got it done in the pool on Saturday, defeating…

Considering a Move to Division II

The year was 2009, America was in the midst of a great recession, and close to 80 students sat in a gym stunned. They had…

Between a Jock and a Hard Place

It’s the final week of Block 4and that means it’s about time the sentimentality set in. That’s right, as the clock ticks down, first-years start…

Ben Israel: “Hockey is a Business, but It’s Also My Playtime”

After losing 70 percent of his Achilles tendon and receiving 11 screws in his heel and one plate in his foot, it was unlikely that…

Division I Athletes Cheated Out of Education and Compensation

The American collegiate sports industry is currently valued at $8 billion.  Top college football and basketball programs bring in upwards of $100 million a year…