Cutthroat Rugby Concludes Up and Down Season at Nationals

The Colorado College Cutthroat Rugby team recently returned from their fourth straight appearance at the National Championship, this year taking place in Pittsburgh, Penn., where…

Menaces on the Field, Class Acts Off It: Men’s Rugby

Games that involve sprinting at full speed to brutally tackle other players aren’t for everyone, but Ethan Widoff ’19 and Cian McGillicuddy ’20 swear by…

A Diamondback in the Rough: Q&A with Jules Stanley

Jules Stanley is a senior javelin thrower on the Colorado College women’s track & field team, organismal biology and ecology major, and future freshwater scuba…

Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Posts Multiple Records and a Third-Place Finish at 2019 SCAC Championships

The Colorado College men's and women's track and field teams posted many best-times and all-conference performances throughout their 2019 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships in…

Frisbee Teams Conclude Seasons at Regionals

After a variety of travel mishaps, from a wrong turn to a flat tire, the men’s and women’s frisbee teams returned to campus early Monday…

Departure of an Athletic Department Giant: Thank You, Kevin

Passionate, accountable, hardworking, humble, committed, and all-in is how varsity athletes responded when asked how they would describe Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Kevin Cronin.…

(Almost) Jacked, Bearded, and Tatted: Q&A with Jake Golbus

Jake Golbus ’19 is an Adam Press Fitness Center employee with big dreams and a solid sumo deadlift. If you see him around this week,…

Tigers Power Past Johnson & Wales in SCAC Semifinals and Defeat Southwestern in Championship Game

Colorado College advanced to the championship game of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference women's lacrosse tournament with a dominating 22–1 victory over Johnson & Wales…

Men’s Lacrosse Looking to Get Back in the Win Column at SCACs

The Colorado College men’s lacrosse team spent Block Break on the East Coast, but came back with more losses than they would have liked. The…

Men and Women’s Tennis No. 5 in the SCAC

Battling through the Texas heat, the men’s and women’s tennis teams wrapped up their seasons with fifth-place finishes in the SCAC. “We were able to…

Oh Captain My Captain: Q&A With Quin Gattey

Quin Gattey is a senior captain on the men’s Track and Field Team, a co-director of Colorado College Emergency Medical Services, admissions ambassador, and all-around…

Women’s Lacrosse Ends Regular Season With Impressive 15-1 Record

Colorado College Women's Lacrosse suffered their first setback of the season on April 18, dropping a 15–9 decision as they traveled to face perennial national…

Runs of Iron & Ice: Q&A with Jordan Cooper

Jordan Cooper ’22 has a finely tuned skillset of skiing ice and rails. But the New Hampshire native is more than just a master grinder;…

Aardvark on the Track, Tiger on the Field: Camille Weaver

Camille Weaver is a sophomore from Bend, Ore. She is majoring in organismal biology and ecology. Weaver is amember of both Division I soccer and…

Equestrian Senior Qualifies for Nationals

Equestrian co-captain Anna Lang ’19 started the season with two goals. She wanted to qualify for regionals and help grow the team.  She surpassed both…

Women’s Lacrosse Stays Undefeated, Wins on Senior Night, Twice in Southern California

Colorado College women’s lacrosse dominated once again in their two away games in Southern California, moving to a 12–0 record after another win on Senior…

Tennis Continues an Up and Down Season

The Colorado College men’s and women’s tennis teams are in the midst of their spring season. They are trying to find their stride as they…

The People’s Pitcher: Q&A with Tulip Enthusiast David Lamis

David Lamis is a senior captain and pitcher for Colorado College’s club baseball team, also known as The People’s Ballclub. He’s a president of CC’s…

Three CC Hockey Players Sign Entry-Level NHL Deals

Colorado College men’s hockey may have ended their season a few weeks ago, but three seniors' new careers are just beginning.  Forwards Mason Bergh ’19,…

Tiger Spotlight: High Jump Henry

Henry Baldwin is a senior from Chicago. He is majoring in English, and he is a three-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) champion. I sat…

Colorado College Women’s Lacrosse Continues to Dominate, Torching George Fox University 19–9

Colorado College women’s Lacrosse remains undefeated after their battle with the George Fox University Bruins on Wednesday at Stewart Field.  George Fox looked strong during…

Against All Odds, the Tigers Close out a Transformative Season

The Tigers capped off their season at the National Collegiate Hockey Conference Frozen Faceoff last weekend after upsetting Western Michigan University in the third game…

Thumann, Thumann, Thumann, Them Folks up to Something: Q&A With the Thumann Triplets

The Thumann triplets, Cade, Cole, and Caitlin, are ushering in a new era of Colorado College swimming. Brothers Cole and Cade both set school records…

Track & Field Kick off Season With School Records

The men’s and women’s track teams traveled to Long Beach, Calif. on March 2, for the Long Beach State Opener Meet. Despite a consistent downpour…

Women’s Lacrosse Dominates UCCS in Season Opener

Colorado College women’s lacrosse was led by captains Olivia Steiner ’19, Ellie Meyer ’19, and Nikki Blair ’19 to an 18–13 victory over cross-town rival…

Tigers in Sixth Place in NCHC Heading Into Final Regular Season Weekend

The Battle for the Gold Pan is on. After tying No. 6 University of Denver in January and falling 1 — 0 on Feb. 26,…

Wadehra Makes (Little) Splashes at Regionals for the Third Straight Year

Flipping gracefully though the air and barely leaving a splash is no problem for Riley Wadehra ’20, who proved her skill at NCAA DIII Diving…

Rugby Heads to Las Vegas to Compete for National Championship Spot

This past weekend, Colorado College men’s rugby took down the United States Air Force Academy in its friendly 7s match. This win, along with several…