2004 UCCS Men's Cross Country Press Releases

September 3, 2004Brathall wins Wyoming InvitationalLevi Brathall defeated 48 Division I runners to win the Wyoming Invitational cross country meet Friday.
September 9, 2004Brathall named runner of the weekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner Levi Brathall was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s cross country runner of the week on Thursday.
September 9, 2004Men's cross country ranked No. 11Fresh off an impressive second-place finish at the all-Division I Wyoming Invitational, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's cross country team was recognized by being ranked No. 11 nationally by NCAA Division II cross country coaches.
September 18, 2004Men's cross country takes second at 28-team meetLevi Brathall, Moses Tum and Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez finished third, fourth and fifth respectively as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team finished second Saturday at the Woody Greeno Invitational at Lincoln, Neb.
October 2, 2004Lions take second at Boulder ShootoutThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team earned a second-place finish in the Non-Division I bracket at the Rocky Mountain Shootout Saturday in Boulder, Colo.
October 23, 2004Men take third at RMAC ChampionshipsAfter the men’s race in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships Saturday at Long Lake Park, Fort Hays State coach Jim Krob congratulated University of Colorado at Colorado Springs coach Graeme Badger.
November 6, 2004Men complete historic doubleThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team took third place at the Division II North Central Regional at Vermillion, S.D. Saturday, earning a berth at nationals.
November 15, 2004Cross country teams brace for nationalsFor the first time in university of Colorado at Colorado Springs history, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete at the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championship.
November 23, 2004UCCS takes 11th at nationalsWhen Moses Tum finished eighth at the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships Saturday, it marked the highest finish ever by a University of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner at a national meet.
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