Adams' Tabor Stevens trades strides with Derek Alcorn and Phil Schneider of Mines in Saturday's NCAA DII Regional action. Photo by Ben Hershelman.
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Over the course of the past several years, Brianna Schwartz has run virtually alone many times on her way to developing into one of the country’s top distance talents, claiming state championships and gaining national recognition in the fall, winter and spring.
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Jenny talks about how she structures the upcoming year’s racing goals, her life as a regular person, her wedding anniversary, her husband, Jason and marathoning in her future.
For Melanie Nun and the rapidly-rising Colorado women, there is yet some hope for a podium finish on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Kevin Batt (301), Tabor Stevens (behind Batt), Julian Florez (302), Jovanny Godinez (303), and Kyle Masterson (306) pack things up front for Adams early in the race. Photo by Rick Wilson.
Veronica Sandoval leads up much-improved UCCS women's team into Canyon, Texas, for this weekend's South Central Region Championship. Photo by Ashley Sikora/UCCS Sports Information.
Jenny Simpson is one of the top female middle distance runners in the United States and her accolades speak for themselves. Our Ricky Quintana spoke with Simpson recently about everything from her 2013 season, to her coaching change, and even her duck toy named Puddles. We will be featuring this EXCLUSIVE interview in four installments over the next four weeks and making it for our subscribers only. So if you don't have a subscription yet, this is definitely worth the price of admission, and if you are already a subscriber thank you so much for your continued support!
Two-time Olympian Jenny Simpson is back training in Boulder, reunited with coach Mark Wetmore after a three-year absence and helping coach the University of Colorado track team as a volunteer assistant. (via www.dailycamera.com)
Sydney Laws of Colorado School of Mines finished second in the Fort Hays State Open on Saturday. File photo by Alan Versaw.
Ally Romanko was the top finisher for an Air Force Academy women's team showing a lot of improvement over recent seasons. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Mines' Ben Zywicki takes over the lead from Jackson Brainerd of Colorado College. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The RMAC 'A' Team: Aaron Braun and Alexis Skarda will give opponents plenty of reason to be concerned aobut the Adams State and Mesa State teams, respectively, this fall. Photos courtesy of www.ascgrzizzlies.com and www.mesamavs.com