Blackout Night to Headline 2012 Basketball Schedule
By UCCS Athletics posted on Wednesday January 11th, 2012
Blackout Night will headline a new year of UCCS basketball in 2012 with doubleheader action against CSU-Pueblo on Saturday, February 4th. As one of the largest UCCS Athletic Events of the year, Blackout Night will again include a sold out, loud, proud Mountain Lion Crowd! Festivities to include FREE Shirts, food, giveaways and pregame activities in Berger Hall.
The Mountain Lion will also have home stands starting this weekend with basketball games against Regis and Metro State Friday (January 13th) and Saturday (January 14th) respectively.
Other home weekends to include:
January 20th: Chadron State
January 21st: University of Nebraska-Kearney
February 10th: Adams State
February 11th: Fort Lewis
February 24th: Colorado Christian
February 25th: Colorado Mines
All of the above homes games will have the women playing first at 5:30 p.m. followed by the men's game at 7:30 pm. Come out and support your Mountain Lions!
|Additional News Stories|
|March 5, 2012||UCCS drops game to rival CSU-Pueblo||The University of Colorado Colorado Springs blacked-out first on its own blackout night as they fell 76-71 to Colorado State-Pueblo Saturday night at the Gallogly Events Center.|
|February 25, 2012||No. 3-ranked Mines tops UCCS||COLORADO SPRINGS – Five Orediggers were in double-figures as the No. 3-ranked Colorado School of Mines extended their win-streak to 12 games with an 88-52 victory of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Saturday night at the Gallogly Events Center.|
|February 24, 2012||UCCS men grab win over CCU||The final score did not accurately reflect how this game was played as Colorado Christian University made a late push to trim the final margin to 73-65 as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs snapped their 10-game losing streak Friday night at the Gallogly Events Center.|
|February 19, 2012||Second chance points spell disaster for UCCS||The University of Colorado Colorado Springs could not shoot their way to victory in this one as they fell to the Adams State Grizzlies 89-74 Friday night at the Gallogly Events Center.|
|February 18, 2012||Mountain Lion's drop game to UNK despite effort from Darby, Pardner||The University of Colorado Colorado Springs men’s basketball team played the second leg of their Nebraska road trip on Saturday night against the University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers at the Health and Sports Center.|