Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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Pioneers claim first place in NCHC with road win over Colorado College

The No. 2 DU Pioneers laid claim to several notable feats on Saturday night at Broadmoor World Arena, defeating Colorado College by a score of 5-1.
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Rams pull away in the second half for 78-62 win over Fresno State

CSU broke open a tie game with a 16-3 run at the start of the second half and ran away with a 78-62 win over the defending Mountain West Champions.
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Denver doubles up Colorado College 2-1 at Magness Arena

The No. 2 DU Pioneers extended their winning streak versus in-state rivals Colorado College to 11 games on Friday night.

UW suspends senior Malik Dime for slapping CU students

Dime, who hasn't played the past nine games due to a broken pinkie, left the bench and slapped two CU students in the face in the student section

Experienced Pioneers and high-flying Falcons set to face off

The Denver Pioneers are ranked third overall, with their first game against the 17th ranked Air Force Academy Falcons to come on Saturday.

Troy Terry set to return when DU Pioneers take on Colorado College

The No. 2-ranked University of Denver men's hockey team will get a boost to their lineup on Friday, as they take on in-state rivals Colorado College.
Mike MacIntyre's father

What Mike MacIntyre should have done and what you can do

As a mandatory reporter, Mike MacIntyre had an obligation to follow a specific protocol when he learned of possible domestic abuse within his program.

Balanced effort keeps the momentum going for the Buffaloes

After dropping seven straight, the Buffs are rolling after winning four of five, most recently against Washington on Thursday.

HIGHLIGHTS: George King scores 21 as Buffs beat Huskies

George King did the heavy lifting for Colorado to earn the Buffs their fourth Pac-12 victory this year and fourth victory in five games.

Practice makes perfect, as Colorado State enters the home stretch

Winners of five of their last six, the Rams have put themselves in a good position to compete for the top spot in the Mountain West with six games to play.