2003 UCCS Men's Cross Country Press Releases

August 12, 2003A look ahead: men and women's cross countryHaving an All American on the roster is a luxury most teams don’t have. So, when the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women’s cross country team learned that Sarah Vigil, an All American in 2001, would not be returning to the team for her senior year—it made some people nervous.
August 29, 2003Cross country fundraiser, raceThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, like most public universities, was slapped with significant budget cuts this year. One of the departments hit hardest by the slashes in funding has been the athletic department.
September 13, 2003Second place for both teams at Colorado College InvitationalAt Sunday morning’s practice, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross country coach Graeme Badger started passing out note cards and pens to many of hie team's runners. The cards were personal time goals for the season each athlete had written three weeks ago. When goals are met or surpassed, new goals are written. The day after the second race of the season, the Colorado College Invitational, it was time for new goals.
October 4, 2003Men's cross country passes test in BoulderIn perhaps the most telling race to date, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team tested itself against the toughest runners in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, and indeed the Rocky Mountain region, at the Rocky Mountain Shootout Invitational in Boulder on Saturday, October 4th.
October 14, 2003Cross-Country team takes second at the Dan LiberaPulling together once more without their top runner, Levi Brathall, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team ran their way to a second place finish at the Dan Libera Memorial Invitational, which was hosted by the University of Northern Colorado. Moses Tum lead the pack earning a second place finish overall with his time of 26:14.
October 23, 2003Expectations met at RMAC championshipIt was another classic battle between Western State College and Adams State College at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday – a battle in which the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's team doesn't mind finishing third.
November 8, 2003Men's team disappointed with sixth-place finish at regionalsThis was supposed to be the year that the men’s cross country team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs qualified for the NCAA Division-II national meet.
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