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…



DU Overwhelms CC as Pioneers Retain Gold Pan

 

Photos by Tyler Sym The second-ranked University of Denver men’s hockey team edged out Colorado College 3-1 on Friday night, and dismantled an early CC…



Junior Hockey Provides a Unique Pre-College Experience for Players

 

Each and every player on the Colorado College men’s hockey team took at least one year off between high school and college to play Junior…



Men’s Basketball Drops OT Heartbreaker against Johnson & Wales

 

Written by Daniel Krueger Despite a dominant first half, the Colorado College men’s basketball team lost 93-91 in overtime to in-state rival Johnson and Wales…



Johnson & Wales Takes Down CC

 

The Colorado College women’s basketball team lost to Johnson and Wales University, 75-52 last Tuesday evening at Reid Arena. Senior guard McCorra Ford recorded a…



Conservation Mini Film Fest Showcases Diverse Sustainability Practice

 

Written by Haley Colgate Have you ever been to Stratton Open Space? How about Red Rock Canyon Open Space? Beyond “Open Space,” these places have…



Men’s Basketball Team Looks to Juniors Following Slow Start

 

Photo above: Junior forward John Hatch pulls up for a jump shot against UCCS. Photo by Charlie Lengal Few varsity sports teams at our school have…



From the Bleachers: Examining the Nature of Competition

 

For the past six weeks, rather than reporting on the cold hard facts of Colorado College athletics, I was gallivanting around Europe in countries where…



Hockey Drops Two Games Over the Break

 

Written by Daniel Kroeger Photo above: Sophomore forward Tanner Ockey handles the puck along the boards. CC faces off with DU in round one of the battle…



Tigers Manage Three Key Points on the Road

 

Written by Daniel Krueger Photo above: Sophomore goaltender Jacob Nehama makes one of his 31 saves in a win against the University of Nebraska Omaha. Photo…



Turkish Battle Canons Advance to Intramural Soccer Championship

 

What happens when you combine a school that emphasizes the outdoors, an extremely active student body, and a rigorous academic schedule? You get a damn…



Men’s Cross Country Takes Title with Callan at the Helm

 

Above: The men’s cross country team poses with their championship trophy. Photo courtesy of SCAC. The future may be brighter than ever before for the men…



Wessler Makes History at SCAC Final with Three-Peat

 

Above: The women’s cross country team celebrates their third straight championship victory. Photos courtesy to SCAC. Senior Leah Wessler had a standout season and winning the…



Women’s Soccer Gets the Best of Air Force in Season Finale

 

Above: The women’s soccer team finished their season with a 0-2 shutout over Air Force. Photo by Charlie Lengal  The Colorado College women’s soccer team…



Men’s Soccer Finishes Regular Season with 7 Straight Wins

 

For the third weekend in a row, the Colorado College men’s soccer team sprinted, sweated, and scored in Texas this weekend. With a 1-0 win…



Volleyball Downs Johnson and Wales; Looks to Playoffs

 

Last Friday, the women’s volleyball team took down Johnson and Wales University to win the final game of the regular season. The team’s three seniors,…



Men’s Hockey Pulls Out Win vs. UNH after Fall to BC

 

The Colorado College hockey team fell to tenth-ranked Boston College last Friday. Sophomore forward Colin White led the Eagles with two goals, and added an…



Volleyball Takes Two out of Three in Weekend Tournament Down South

 

Written by Daniel Krueger This past weekend, the Colorado College women’s volleyball team took a trip to Kerrville, T.X. to take on four SCAC cross-divisional…



Kaepernick’s Stardom: Destined for a Supernova

 

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest has been discussed ceaselessly in the months since he first began kneeling for the national anthem. Although…



“Be Gritty:” Swim and Dive Team’s Motto to Start Off Their Conference Season

 

The buzzer goes off and suddenly the pool is filled with havoc. Dozens of feet spring from the diving boards into cold water, kicking and…



New Rink Aims to Integrate Hockey and Community

 

On Tuesday, Oct. 12, Colorado College announced that it received an $8 million gift from Edward J. Robson ’54 in order to construct a new…



A Weekend of “Firsts” for Men’s Hockey in 7-4 Win Following Shutout Against U Mass-Amherst

 

Five different first-year men’s hockey players found the back of the net against UMass Amherst last Saturday night, scoring four goals in an explosive first…



From the Bleachers: SpectHATE

 

Ever since becoming a hard-hitting sports journalist, I feel I’ve lost a piece of myself. I’ve suddenly rocketed toward a life of fame and glory,…



Despite Close Loss To #1-Ranked Trinity, Men’s Soccer Prevails Through Weekend Games

 

Written by Sasha Cohen Basking in last week’s successes against Centenary College and Austin College, the Colorado College men’s soccer team had high hopes for…



Q&A With Cross-Country Team Member Leah Wessler on 5K at Fort Hays

 

This past weekend, the cross country team traveled to Fort Hays, Kan., where big things happened in the Sunflower State. According to Assistant Coach Alex…

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