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Jones posts first career Cup Series top-10, Truex finishes 11th

Sunday’s race brought the best out of Jones and Truex at the 1-mile Phoenix International Raceway, one of the hardest tracks on the circuit to pass on.
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Denver Pioneers awarded top overall seed in NCAA Tournament

Though it might not get the same fanfare as basketball, the NCAA Tournament is a big deal in hockey as well. As expected, DU is going dancing on ice.

Erik Jones to start eighth in Camping World 500; Martin Truex Jr., 16th

Jones will start from the outside of Row 4 while Truex will start from the outside of Row 8 in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix.
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Mammoth returns to form with win in Toronto

In a match-up of the League’s stingiest defenses and goaltenders, Colorado picked up a 14-11 road win on Friday against a tough Toronto Rock team.

Raptors coach Dave Williams excited about performance on the pitch

Head coach Dave Williams joined Casey Light of Mile High Sports Radio to discuss the season as whole, and their upcoming match against BYU.

Martin Truex Jr. already finding the rewards of stage racing

Truex’s victory in Las Vegas also included wins in the first two stages, earning him the honor of being the first NASCAR driver to sweep all three stages.

Kayvon Webster reunites with Wade Phillips, signing with the Rams

"[Wade Phillips] believed in me. [I] can't thank him enough for the opportunity! Grind hard stay focused," Webster tweeted.

Former DU captain Drew Shore joins Canucks after season in Switzerland

The oldest brother of the first family of Colorado hockey is getting another NHL shot. The Canucks have signed Drew Shore for the remainder of the season.

Jet-lagged Colorado Mammoth fall to rested Vancouver Stealth

The Colorado Mammoth fall 10-6 to the Vancouver Stealth to end the back-to-back weekend series.

Truex becomes first driver to sweep a race in NASCAR’s new format

The Furniture Row Racing driver swept the Kobalt 400 by winning the two stage races and later claiming the overall victory at the 1.5-mile track.