Alicia Del Pardo

Height5-3
HometownColorado Springs, Colo.
Prev. SchoolSierra HS

Notes:

Cross-Country 2010: RMAC All-Academic honor roll ... placed 21st at the Rust Buster Invitational with a time of 16:20.23 ... placed 23rd at the Metro State Invitational with a time of 24:32 ... placed 54th at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship with a time of 24:35 ... placed 77th at the North Central Regional with a time of 24:24

Track 2010: Outdoor: 2010 RMAC academic honor roll. ... placed 13th at RMAC Championship in 10,000 meter with time of 45:26.15 ... outdoor best/10,000 meter-45:26.15, 5,000 meter-20:02.19, 1,500 meter-5:15.80

Indoor: 2010 RMAC academic honor roll ... placed 12th in 5,000 meter at RMAC indoor championship with mark of 20:23.50 ... indoor best/20:23.50-5,000 meter, 11:19.46-3,000 meter

2009-10: Cross-Country: summer, placed 11th at Garden of the Gods 10 Mile, time of 1 hour 11 minutes ... placed eighth at the Tom Strandt Memorial Run with a time of 25:43 ... placed 63rd at the RMAC Cross-Country Championship with a time of 26:33

2008-09: Track: Named to the Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll ... finished seventh in the 3000-meter run with a time of 10:44.19 and ninth in 5000-meter run with a time of 19:03.39 at the RMAC Championships, Feb. 27 ... ran the 1500-meter in 5:14.37 at the Jack Christiansen Invitational, April 24 ... took fifth in the 5000 (19:24.51) at the Spank Blasing Invitational, April 2 ... finished fourth in the 3000 (11:11.4) at the CSM Twilight Open, Feb. 20 ... placed second in the 5000 (19:27.08) at the Joe Davies' Open, Jan. 30 ... finished fifth in the 3000 (11:07.28) at the Potts Indoor Invite, Jan. 23 ... took fourth in the 1500 (20:07.21) at the CSM Alumni Extravaganza, Dec. 5.

Cross Country Took Sixth place on the team and 14th place overall at the inaugural Rust-Buster Invitational with a time of 16 minutes, 36 seconds ... placed 29th at Central Region NCAA Qualifier, time of 23:09.8 ... placed 33rd at RMAC Championship, time of 23:50.3

2007-08: Track: Placed ninth in the 3000m at the CSM Joe Davies Meet Jan. 26 ... finished fifth in the 5000m at CSM All-Comers Meet Feb. 16 ... placed eighth in the 3000m at the RMAC Indoor Championships Mar. 3 ... finished third in the 5000m at the Rob Upton Invitational Mar. 29

Cross Country: Placed 36th at the Lobo Invitational Sept. 8 with a time of 20:58 ... finished 34th at the Colorado College Invite Sept. 22 with a time of 25:50.62 ... placed 35th at the Fort Hays State Invitational Oct. 6 with a time of 20:25.21

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Helped Sierra High School qualify for the cross country state championship meet in 2005 ... ran The Garden of the Gods 10 mile in the summer of 2007 with a time of 1 hour, 23 minutes ... ran a 44:37 in The Classic 10k at Monument Valley Park in 2007 ... ran the 800m in 2:31 at Sierra HS and the 5k in 21:08

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Business Service Management/Spanish ... parents are Duane Del Pardo and Theresa Null ... has three siblings; sister Carolina Del Pardo, brothers Dennis Ayres and Spencer Del Pardo

Stories featuring Alicia Del Pardo

April 12, 2011Graham, Hopkins Named First Team All-AcademicCOLORADO SPRINGS-The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs’ Lauren Graham and Brien Hopkins were named to the 2010-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field All Academic First Team, the conference announced Tuesday.
December 23, 2010English, Seven Others Named to RMAC All-Academic TeamsMike English of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named 2010 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Cross Country second-team All-Academic, the conference announced Wednesday. Seven other Mountain Lions were named to the RMAC academic honor roll.
May 19, 2010Barry, two others named to RMAC All-Academic teamsKelsey Barry of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Women's Outdoor Track & Field First Team All-Academic, the conference announced Wednesday. Teammate's Alicia Del Pardo and Kaitlin Frier were named to the all-academic honor roll.
April 15, 2010Five Mountain Lion Track & Field Athletes Named to RMAC All-Academic TeamsFour athletes from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Men's and Women's Indoor Track & Field Team team, Kelsey Barry, Kaitlin Frier, Brien Hopkins, and Jason Shaver, were named to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic second team, which was announced on Tuesday.
February 26, 2010RMAC Championship Day 1GOLDEN, Colo. - Many of the athletes on the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs track and field team experienced their first taste of college championship track and field at the first day of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships on Friday at Steinhauer Field House.
January 26, 2010Cross-Country RMAC All-Academic TeamKelsey Barry was selected to the 2009 Cross-County Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic Second Team. She is a junior out of Colorado Springs with a 3.93 gpa in Business.
September 1, 2009UCCS Women Picked Fifth in RMAC Preseason Poll, Men Picked SixthThe UCCS Women’s Cross-Country Team was picked fifth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference pre-season coaches’ poll, while the UCCS Men’s Cross-Country Team has been selected to finish sixth.
May 21, 2009Barry Named First-Team All-Academic, Seven Others Named to Honor RollCOLORADO SPRINGS - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner Kelsey Barry was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field First-Team All-Academic, the RMAC announced Thursday.
April 9, 2009Barry, Nine Others Named to Academic All-RMAC Team for Indoor TrackUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Kelsey Barry was named second team indoor track & field all-academic by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference while nine of her teammates were named to the RMAC's indoor track academic honor roll, the conference announced Wednesday.
April 7, 2009Pinter, Frier, Del Pardo named to USTFCCCA scholar-athlete list.Dan Pinter of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named a USTFCCCA Male Scholar Athlete for the 2008-2009 school year. What sets Pinter, a senior, apart from any other athlete on this coveted list is that he wasn’t just named to it for one major but for each of his two majors, Accounting and Business.
December 20, 2008Pinter, Five Others Named to RMAC All-Academic TeamsDan Pinter of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men's cross country first team all-academic, the conference announced Friday.
November 8, 2008Payne Wins Central Regional, Qualifies for NationalsKEARNEY, Neb. – Shannon Payne is headed to nationals, and she’s headed there as one of the favorites.
September 17, 2008UCCS SID wins district honors in writing contestDoug Fitzgerald, the sports information director for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, placed nationally in three categories of the 2008 Fred S. Stabley Sr. Writing Contest, which is sponsored by the College Sports Information Directorâ€TMs Association (CoSIDA).
April 12, 2008UCCS Women's Track Team has Breakthrough PerformancesWith winds gusting at around 25 miles per hour through the track and field area at Colorado College Invitational, Mountain Lions Kelsey Barry and Melissa McKinley made a switcheroo and had highlight performances in events that were unusual to them.
March 29, 2008Bartlett's Win in the 5,000 Highlights UCCS at Upton MeetFORT COLLINS -- Branson Bartlett took first place in the men's 5,000-meter run as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track & field teams competed Saturday at the Rob Upton Invitational at the Hansen Field Event Area.
January 26, 2008Freshman Runners Stepping Up at First Track Meet of the SeasonFreshman Melissa McKinley took second place in the 600-meter run Saturday to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's track team at the CSM Joe Davies Open in Golden.
September 22, 2007Women's XC: Dorsey-Spitz Leads UCCS at Colorado College InviteJenna Dorsey-Spitz took fourth place among college runners to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's cross country team to a fifth-place finish at the Colorado College Invitational Saturday at Monument Valley Park.
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