Hockey Splits Weekend With University of Vermont

Fresh off a win and a tie at the Universiy of Nebraska Omaha, the team looked to continue its good form against the University of…

Club Soccer Ends Inaugural Season With National Appearance

Club sports at Colorado College are a great opportunity to stay active, have fun, and play sports at a less intense level than varsity teams.…

CC Teams Crowdfund to Offset High Participation Costs

During the month of November, six Colorado College sports teams — four club sports and two varsity teams — along with the Outdoor Education department,…

Athletics Behind the Scenes: Sitting Down With Alex Nichols

Alex Nichols is the assistant coach for the Colorado College cross country and track teams. He is from Minneapolis and graduated from Colorado College in…

Check(ing) in With Club Hockey

Those not interested in a five-month season or brutal practices six days a week can turn to club hockey to get their ice fix. Braeden…

Coach Goodman James Dispensing Aquatic Wisdom and Producing National Champions

By ANNA MARCUS Anne Goodman James has spent 38 years as a head coach in all three NCAA divisions. As the Colorado College Athletics page…

Young Players Bring New Energy to Men’s Basketball

They may be young, but they are not intimidated. This season, the Colorado College men’s basketball team has welcomed 11 first-year players to their returning…

Athletics Behind the Scenes: Sitting Down with Kevin Cronin

Managing 350 varsity athletes on a daily basis is no small feat, but Kevin Cronin, Colorado College’s strength and conditioning coach, has the weight room…

Tigers Struggle Against No. 1 Duluth, Split Series Against Miami Ohio

Colorado College hockey finished up a series of difficult matchups in the past few weeks, as they struggled against No. 1 University of Minnesota-Duluth and…

Women’s Basketball Hosts Annual Tournament and Boasts Winning Record

Colorado College women’s basketball hosted their annual Rocky Mountain Thanksgiving Classic Nov. 23–24 in Reid Arena. The Tigers went 1–1, defeating St. Olaf College 91–71,…

CC Swim and Dive Makes Waves in Texas

Underclassmen took center stage over Fall Break for the Colorado College swim & dive team as they competed at the Trinity Tiger Invitational in San…

Volleyball Claims SCAC Crown, Prepares for Playoff Run

Entering their season, Colorado College volleyball set a team goal to become two percent better during each practice, with their eyes on winning the national…

Club Figure Skating Team Kicks Off at the Tiger Challenge

The club skating team competed in their first competition of the season over the weekend. Taking place over two days at Honnen Ice Arena, the…

Men’s Soccer Ends Season at Conference Tournament

By ANNA MARCUS The Colorado College men’s soccer season came to an abrupt end this past Saturday when the Tigers lost 0-1 to Southwestern University.…

CC Rugby Looks to Finish Seasons with a Bang

Both Colorado College rugby teams had busy weekends, with the men’s team traveling to New Mexico to take on New Mexico Institute of Mining and…

Colorado College Men’s Soccer Finishes An Impressive Season

By ANNA MARCUS The Colorado College men’s soccer team came away from their final home games of the season with a tie and a win.…

Volleyball Says Goodbye to Seniors with Triumphant Performance

Volleyball bid farewell to their seniors this weekend with another dominating performance, this time over Mississippi University for Women. The Tigers stifled Mississippi, winning three…

Tiger Cross Country Competes at Conference; Both Men and Women Take 2nd

The cross-country teams headed down to Kerrville, Texas this past weekend for the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships. With their season on the line, both…

1st Colorado Cup for Women’s Soccer, But Playoff Run Ends in the 1st Round

Colorado College Women’s Soccer defeated Air Force University 1–0 on Oct. 26 to win the Colorado Cup for the first time since its inception in…

First-Years Get Involved During Fall Ball

While most Colorado College students are hunkering down for the winter, men’s and women’s lacrosse players are staying warm, coming off successful fall ball campaigns…

Men’s Soccer’s New Assistant Loving Life in Colorado

In the spring of 2018, Colorado College men’s soccer hired a new assistant coach, Jonathan Hood. The Catalyst sat down with Hood to discuss his…

Hockey Continues Momentum, Claims Pikes Peak Trophy

The hockey team continues to make their presence known against non-conference opponents in their young season, as they secured three more solid results in their…

Men’s Soccer Struggles on the Road, Bounces Back at Home

The Colorado College men’s soccer team has been busy the past two weeks, bouncing back and forth between conference and non-conference play. The Tigers now…

First-Year Frisbee Players Show Their Stuff in Opening Tournaments

The men’s and women’s frisbee teams competed in tournaments the past few weekends, with each of the teams’ younger players gaining some collegiate experience. The…

Hockey Players Bring NHL Development Camp Experience to CC

While many students spend the summer interning or working in an office, three Colorado College hockey players got a taste of what it takes to…

CC Athletics Department Searches for a New Director

Colorado College is looking for a new athletic director for the school. After 11 years at CC, Ken Ralph has moved on to the University…

CC Hockey Plays Opening Series in Alaska, Leaves 1-1

Colorado College Hockey officially began their season on Oct. 6 when the team visited the University of Alaska, Anchorage. After months of anticipation, the Tigers…

Vollyball Suffers First Loss, Still First in SCAC

The Colorado College women’s volleyball team traveled this past weekend to St. Louis for SCAC crossover matches. The Tigers put their 15-0 record on the…