Friday, January 17, 2020

CSU's Brian Bedard named Coach of the Year

Brian Bedard was named the United States Track &Field Cross Country Coaches Association's Women's Coach of the Year in the Mountain Region

MSU-Denver grad works out with NBA teams

Metropolitan State University Denver graduate Mitch McCarron has been busy since graduation, working out for a number of NBA teams

CU inks first recruit for 2016, Oregon's Sam Noyer

The Buffaloes finally have their first commitment for the 2016 class, Beaverton High School (Ore.) quarterback Sam Noyer

CSU nabs QB recruit out of South Carolina

CSU has their first commit of the 2016 class; Collin Hill, a three-star prospect from Spartanburg, S.C., has verbally committed to play for the Rams

DU will host 2016 Ice Breaker Tournament

The University of Denver has been named the host for the 20th annual Ice Breaker Tournament, the traditional start to the NCAA hockey season

2 CU Buffs are finalists for college football HOF

Former Colorado Buffaloes Rashaan Salaam and Herb Orvis are on the ballot for the 2016 College Football Hall of Fame class

Former Chaparral star Parsons eligible at CSU

On Monday, the NCAA granted tight end Mitch Parsons immediate eligibility to play college football with the Colorado State Rams in 2015

Buffs' Oraee ends CU career in NCAA finals

At the NCAA men’s golf national championship, CU senior David Oraee finished with a six-over par 78, with a final score of 18-over 234

JUCO World Series game 19, NW Florida State wins title

The North West Florida State Raiders won their first National Championship beating Mclennan Community College 15-1

JUCO World Series game 18, McLennan gets bats going

The McLennan Highlanders found their bats at the right time against Walters State, beating the Senators 11-5 to advance to the championship