|Hometown||Corpus Christi, Texas|
|Prev. School||Texas-San Antonio|
Cross Country: Started season with a 26th place finish at the Wyoming Inivtiational .. Finished 85th at the Woody Greeno Inivitational ... Finished 12th at the Colorado College Inivitational ... Finished 48th at the Boulder Shootout ... Finished 31st at the RMAC Cross Country Championships ... Finished 40th at the North Central Region Championships.
Track: Began senior season with a seventh place finish in the 3,000-meter run at the Joe Davies Invitational ... Finished 15th in the seeded mile at the Air Force Inivitational ... Finished 78th in the 5,000 meters at the Iowa State Classic ... Finished 22nd in the 3,000 meters at the RMAC Indoor Track Championships ... Finished second in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Potts Invitational ... Finished ninth in the mile at the Colorado College Invitational ... Finished 29th in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Mt. Sac Relays ... Finished eighth in the 800-meter run at the RMAC Outdoor Track Championships ... Also finished eighth in the steeplechase.
04-05: Cross Country: Kicked off the season by finishing 31st at the Wyoming Open on Sept. 4 ... Placed 56th at the Woody Greeno Invitational on Sept. 18 .... Finished the Boulder Shootout with a time of 28:35 ... Placed 28th at the RMAC Cross Country Championships on Oct. 23.
Pre UCCS Notes:
UCCS: Transferred from Texas-San Antonio ... Lettered a total of seven times in high school, three in cross country, two in track and two in soccer ... Finished 15th at regionals in 2001 and 24th at the state meet.
Personal: Majoring in Education with an emphasis in History... Enjoys reading and playing PS2 ... Has one brother, Lee ... Parents are Tom and Nora Braun ... Born June 12, 1984.
Stories featuring Jason Braun
|May 8, 2006||Price Top UCCS Men's Performer in First Day of RMAC Championships||Ryan Price took fifth place in the men's 10,000-meter run to provide the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs with four of its six points Monday on the first day of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships.|
|April 23, 2006||Mountain Lions Compete at Jack Christiansen||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs competed at the Jack Christiansen Invitational in Fort Collins Saturday. The Mountain Lions' top finsher was David Harmer in the 800-meter run.|
|April 14, 2006||Mountain Lions disappointed at Mt. Sac||David Harmer finished 19th out of 40 runners in the 800-meter run at the Mt. Sac Relays in Walnut, Calif., one of the biggest Division I meets of the year.|
|March 18, 2006||Outdoor Season Begins||The Mountain Lions started the outdoor track season in Boulder Saturday, with the Potts Invitational. Not only did the Mountain Lions start the season with a bang, but with a few new records as well.|
|February 25, 2006||Missed it by that Much||David Harmer can only dream he was made in Gepetto's workshop. If he had been, he would be provisional qualified at this point in time. However, Pinocchio was an only child, so Harmer is out of luck.|
|February 24, 2006||First day of RMAC Championships tough for Mountain Lions||The first day of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Indoor Championships was a rocky day for the Mountain Lions, so to speak.|
|February 11, 2006||Brehm Pulls Triple-Duty and Places Third||Brad Winn was the top finisher for UCCS at the Iowa State Classic with his 46th-place finish in the 5,000-meter run.|
|February 3, 2006||Harmer Leads UCCS at Air Force Invitational||David Harmer finished seventh out of 25 runners in the 800-meter run Friday at the Air Force Invitational. Harmer finished second in his heat and a mere 2.07 seconds behind the overall leader.|
|November 5, 2005||UCCS men take sixth at regionals||Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez and Brad Winn finished 17th and 20th respectively at the North Central Region Cross Country Championships Saturday at Hays, Kan., but that wasnâ€™t enough to lift the Mountain Lions to a berth at nationals.|
|October 22, 2005||UCCS men take fourth at RMAC Championships||All five University of Colorado at Colorado Springs scoring runners finished within 1 minute, 20 seconds of each other as the Mountain Lions took fourth place at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Cross Country Championship Saturday at Chatfield State Park in Denver.|
|October 1, 2005||Men's Cross Country Takes Thid in Boulder||A week ago at the Colorado College Invitational, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross country coach Graeme Badger had his team practice pack running. It paid off in a big way on Saturday.|
|September 24, 2005||UCCS men win Colorado College Invitational||With as many as 100 University of Colorado at Colorado Springs boosters in attendance at Monument Valley Park Saturday, the Mountain Lions menâ€™s cross country team had, for the first time this season, the benefit of a large and vocal cheering section.|
|September 17, 2005||Men's cross country takes eighth in Nebraska||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™s cross country team topped four NCAA Division I teams and 21 schools overall in taking eighth place at the Woody Greeno Invitational in Lincoln, Neb., on Saturday.|
|September 2, 2005||Men's cross country takes fourth in Wyoming||Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez finished eighth individually to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€TMs cross country team to a fourth-place finish at the Wyoming Invitational in Laramie, Wyo. on Friday.|
|March 12, 2005||Men open outdoor track season||Saturday the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track team began its outdoor season at the University of Northern Colorado Stampede. After two weeks off and on a gorgeous, albeit windy day, the men were able to have some very outstanding performances.|
|February 27, 2005||Distance medley grabs team points||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's distance medley team finished seventh at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Indoor Track Championships, providing the Mountain Lions with their only two team points of the competition.|
|February 15, 2005||Three selected to attend NCAA Action Academy||Senior woman administrator/compliance coordinator Sarah Cartwright, volleyball player Jill Wrenn and cross country/track athlete Jason Braun will be attending the NCAA Division II Student-Athlete Leadership Action Academy on Feb. 18-20.|
|November 23, 2004||UCCS takes 11th at nationals||When 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.|
|November 15, 2004||Cross country teams brace for nationals||For the first time in university of Colorado at Colorado Springs history, both the menâ€™s and womenâ€™s cross country teams will compete at the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championship.|
|November 6, 2004||Men complete historic double||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™s cross country team took third place at the Division II North Central Regional at Vermillion, S.D. Saturday, earning a berth at nationals.|
|October 23, 2004||Men take third at RMAC Championships||After the menâ€™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.|
|October 2, 2004||Lions take second at Boulder Shootout||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™s cross country team earned a second-place finish in the Non-Division I bracket at the Rocky Mountain Shootout Saturday in Boulder, Colo.|
|September 18, 2004||Men's cross country takes second at 28-team meet||Levi Brathall, Moses Tum and Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez finished third, fourth and fifth respectively as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™s cross country team finished second Saturday at the Woody Greeno Invitational at Lincoln, Neb.|
|September 3, 2004||Brathall wins Wyoming Invitational||Levi Brathall defeated 48 Division I runners to win the Wyoming Invitational cross country meet Friday.|
|April 19, 2004||Singles sweep leads men's tennis to win||All six players won their singles matches as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team defeated the Colorado Christian Cougars 8-1 Monday at the Broadmoor.|