2003 UCCS Women's Cross Country Releases

November 19, 2003Shannon Payne Signs Letter of IntentUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross-country coach Graeme Badger announced on Wednesday that Shannon Payne had signed a letter of intent.
November 8, 2003Nationally-Ranked Women's Team Beaten at RegionalsRanked in the Top-10 throughout the season, the women's cross country team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won't even have the chance to validate that ranking. That's because they won't be competing at the national meet.
November 2, 2003Cross Country Teams Brace for RegionalsOn Saturday, the men's and women's cross country teams from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will either compete in their final meet of the season, or earn the right to race one more time at the NCAA Division II National Championships.
October 25, 2003Women's Team Takes Third at RMAC ChampionshipsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's cross country team, currently ranked number seven in the nation, fought for a convincing third place finish at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday morning at Cattails Golf Course.
October 14, 2003UCCS Women Win the Dan Libera MeetThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women’s cross country team claimed first place, taking five out of the top ten spots, at the Dan Libera Memorial Invitational, which was hosted by the University of Northern Colorado. The Mountain Lions finished with 26 points Senior Kelly Smith led the team by placing second overall. Tina Gray, Megan Lund, Sarah Shepard, and Ashley Birger rounded out the top five for the Mountain Lions.
October 4, 2003Mountain Lions Rewrite Record Book at BoulderThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs record book is in need of some heavy editing. That's because the women's cross country team just shredded it.
September 13, 2003Mountain Lions Impressive at CCThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's cross country team received exciting news this past week when they discovered that they were ranked eighth nationally. Saturday at the Colorado College Invitational, they proved that the ranking was no fluke.
August 29, 2003Fundraiser Kicks Off SeasonAt this point, it is no secret that the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was slapped with significant budget cuts this year. One of the departments hit hardest by the slashes in funding has been the athletic department.
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