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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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In summer, you have to travel great distances to see Mark Husted run 800s, but he was a frequent sight at close-to-Colorado indoor meets this last winter. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Patrick Weaver of Colorado Mines owns the current #4 spot on the DII men's 800 meter leader board with a converted time of 1:52.49. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Kobi Rex climbed near the top of the high jump rankings by clearing 7-0.5 on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alex Wendt would be representing CSU-Pueblo in North Carolina, but not in the 60 meter dash as shown here. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Mark Jones went 7-2.25 to win the high jump at the Air Force Holiday Open. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
GOLDEN – Interim Director of Athletics Marv Kay announced on Tuesday that Chris Siemers has been promoted from interim head coach to head coach of the Colorado School of Mines cross country programs effective immediately. (via csmorediggers.com)
Russell Drummond, Vegard Olstad, and Stephen Emery round the final turn of the men's 1500 at the front of the pack. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Alicia Nelson and Tabor Stevens dominated the steeples on Friday, giving Adams State a matched set of titles for 2013. Photos by Alan Versaw.
With the finish line in sight, Western State's Gabe Proctor moves toward the 10K national title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Tabor Stevens and Alicia Nelson were crowned conference champions at today's RMAC Championship meet in Colorado Springs. Photos by Alan Versaw.
Louisville, KY- The Louisville Sports Commission (LSC) will host 97 colleges and universities from 20 states in the 9th Annual Greater Louisville Classic (GLC), which once again will be the largest college meet contested in the south. The Classic, run Saturday October 2nd, will bring together some of the top college cross country programs in the nation, as over 2,000 athletes are expected to compete at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park. The event will not only feature vast quantity, but the overall quality of the competing teams continues to improve with each year. The field includes 29 men's teams and 23 women's teams that are currently ranked in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Div- I Regional, NCAA Div. II National, NCAA Div. III National and National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Cross Country Polls this season.
Reuben Mwei of Adams State claimed the DII Individual title by outkicking Harding's Daniel Kirwa to the finish. Photo courtesy of Eric R. Flores, Adams State Sports Information.
Kristen McGlynn leads the Adams State women in their bid for a national title. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The RMAC just wouldn't be the same without the classic Adams vs. Western matchups. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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.
Western State's Julianne Payton has been named the RMAC preseason female runner of the year for 2009. Photo courtesy of www.wscathletics.com.
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