CC Drops Two Matches Before Emerging Over TLU in Regular Season Finale

After dropping their two matches earlier in the weekend, the Colorado College men’s tennis team ended their regular season on a high note on Sunday,…

Womens’ Tennis Finishes on a High Note with Win Over TLU

The Colorado College women’s tennis team (8-11, 2-1 SCAC) traveled to Texas last weekend for the three final matchups of their regular season. The Tigers…

Q&A With Womens’ Lacrosse Annie DeFrino: Single-Season Scoring Record Setter

While in Maine playing Colby College and Bowdoin College over Seventh Block Break, junior Annie DeFrino scored six goals, breaking the single-season scoring record that…

CC Track and Field in Full Stride Heading Into Conference Championships

Written by Coby Dodelson The Colorado College men’s and women’s track and field teams had their final meet of the regular season on Saturday at…

Tigers Roll Over Southwestern University, Edge Out Win Versus Whittier College

Photos by Austin Halpern Colorado College men’s lacrosse (9-3) extended their win streak to four games this weekend with two home victories over Southwestern University…

Senior Sam Rothstein Joins East Coast Hockey League

When I reached out to senior Sam Rothstein regarding a profile piece on his future hockey career, he apologetically told me he was off campus…

The Bender’s Guide to Hockey Jargon

The Show of Talents is an annual event held by the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) which demonstrates the highly impressive talents of each sports…

Northern Colorado’s DI Men’s Tennis Team Dominates CC

Written by Coby Dodelson Occasionally in sports, when David meets Goliath, the favorite comes out lackadaisical and the underdog pulls out the victory solely because…

Women’s Lacrosse Dominates Sunday Despite Close Loss the Day Before

Colorado College women’s lacrosse (12-2) traveled to Claremont, Calif. over the weekend for a doubleheader against the Claremont Colleges. The Tigers lost to the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps…

Men’s Tennis #1 Singles Player Pushes Past Tough Matches

Three matches in four days is a lot of tennis, especially when you’re playing singles and doubles in those three matches. This heavy workload is…

CC Track and Field Teams Continue to Set Personal Records

This weekend’s performance was beyond impressive for both Colorado College track teams; Junior Samantha Gilbert and first-year Tony Calderon were named Women’s and Men’s Track…

Women’s Tennis Falls to Arizona Christian University Despite Strong Lead

By Coby Dodelson Despite a promising start, the Colorado College women’s tennis team could not convert on the top five singles’ spots as they faced…

Nerves, Dry Heaves, and Adrenaline: Inside a Track Meet

I always wake up before my alarm, overcome by nerves and nausea; it happens every time. This time, it was my roommate dry heaving in…

Around the Horn: Club Baseball Downs UCCS

Over the weekend, the Colorado College men’s club baseball team went on the road and beat conference leader UCCS 15-9 last weekend. Sophomore David Lamis…

Tigers Edge Ursinus, Dominate Emerson in Second Half

Written by Daniel Kreuger This week was no cakewalk for the Colorado College women’s lacrosse team, fresh off of two blowout victories last weekend. This…

Hockey Finishes Season with a Win, Gears up for Playofffs

Colorado College men’s hockey (8-22-4, 4-16-4-1, National Collegiate Hockey Conference) traveled to St. Cloud, Minn last weekend for their final two home games of the…

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…