|Hometown||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
|Prev. School||Cheyenne Mountain HS|
03-04: Finished 30th with a time of 27:16 at the Rocky Mountain Shootout in Boulder in Oct 4, 2003 ... Placed 17th at the Dan Libera Meet on Oct 11, 2003 ... Placed 26th at the RMAC Championships ... Placed 59th at the North Central Regional on Nov 8, 2003.
02-03: Finished third at the Colorado College Invite on Sept 14 2002 ... Finished 8th at the Fort Hays Pre-Regional ... Placed 30th in the Dan Libera Meet on Oct 12 2002.
2001-02: Provisionally qualified for nationals in the 1500 with a time of 4:01.25 ... Turned in that time at the RMAC track championships, where he finished sixth ... Holds school indoor records in the mile (4:19.41) and 800 meters (1:55.64) ... Holds the school outdoor record in the 1500 with 3:52.36 and has the second best time in the 800 ... Came in second in the 800 meters at the Christiansen meet in Fort Collins ... Finished second in the mile at the Colorado College Invitational ... Won the 3000-meter steeplechase at the Benich meet ... Best finish in cross country was 23rd at the Vigil meet in Alamosa.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Was second at the Colorado Class 3A state meet in the 800 meters ... Named All-Area, All-League and All-State ... Was a member of Colorado State University's Western Athletic Association championship team and ran on the WAC champion distance medley squad.
Personal: Majoring in sports health and wellness promotion. ... All-Academic at Cheyenne Mountain High School and won the mock trial award ... Has one brother ... Enjoys building models ... Parents are Dale and Sandra Mann ... Born July 13, 1977.
Stories featuring Paul Mann
|April 24, 2004||Tum earns nationals double||Senior Moses Tum ran the 800 and 1,500-meter run last Saturday at the Jack Christiansen Invitational in Fort Collins. Having already qualified for nationals in the 1,500 and the 5K, there was not much more Tum could have done.|
|April 16, 2004||Men’s track has three runners qualify for nationals at Mt. Sac Relays||Four distance runners from the men's track team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs competed at the Mt. Sac Relays last Friday in Walnut, CA. They all had a common goal-to run fast enough to get back to Mt. Sac for the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships, which are just over a month away.|
|April 10, 2004||Weather not nice, but results are||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's track team faced both tough competition and well as grueling weather on Saturday at the Colorado College Invitational. Sleeting snow, which had already caused the cancellation of the weekend's softball and tennis action, created a new obstacle to overcome as the men braved the brisk conditions.|
|April 3, 2004||Brathall, Tum earn provisional qualifying times||Sophomore Levi Brathall and senior Moses Tum both qualified provisionally for the Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championships last weekend at the Tom Benich Classic. Brathall is now provisionally qualified in the 5,000-meter run, and Tum in the 1,500-meter run.|
|November 8, 2003||Men's team disappointed with sixth-place finish at regionals||This was supposed to be the year that the menâ€™s cross country team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs qualified for the NCAA Division-II national meet.|
|October 23, 2003||Expectations met at RMAC championship||It was another classic battle between Western State College and Adams State College at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday â€“ a battle in which the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's team doesn't mind finishing third.|
|October 14, 2003||Cross-Country team takes second at the Dan Libera||Pulling together once more without their top runner, Levi Brathall, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™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 4, 2003||Men's cross country passes test in Boulder||In perhaps the most telling race to date, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™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.|
|August 12, 2003||A look ahead: men and women's cross country||Having an All American on the roster is a luxury most teams donâ€™t have. So, when the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€™s cross country team learned that Sarah Vigil, an All American in 2001, would not be returning to the team for her senior yearâ€”it made some people nervous.|
|July 29, 2003||2003 outdoor track season wrap-up||For the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' 2003 track team, the outdoor season was filled with high expectations. And as they see it, the Mountain Lions turned most of those expectations into reality.|