English and Dakin Earn RMAC All-Academic Honors
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Mike English and Luke Dakin, members of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs men's cross country team that finished No. 11 at the 2012 national championships, both earned sports on the RMAC All-Academic Second Teams announced Wednesday. Ian Penn also earned a spot on the Honor Roll for the Mountain Lions.
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