Madison Neher

Height5-6
HometownCastle Rock, Colo.
Prev. SchoolCastle View HS

Notes:

2010-11: Track: Placed 10th in the 5,000 meter with a time of 20:47.24 at the outdoor RMAC Track and Field Championship … outdoor season bests/5,000 meter-19:07.21, 3,000 meter-11:45.10

Cross-Country: Placed 16th at the Rust Buster Invitational with a time of 16:09.85 ... placed 44th at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship with a time of 24:09 ... placed 96th at the North Central Regional with a time of 24:56.1

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: 4-year letter winner in Cross-Country ... placed 31st at the 2009 Colorado Class 4A State Championship with a time of 20:11.39 ... placed 155th at the 2008 Colorado Class 4A State Championship with a time of 23.09.2 ... 2-year letter winner in track and swimming ... 2010 2nd Team all-league 4A Colorado Springs Metro in the 3200 meter ... high School best/1600 meter run-5:53.75, 3200m run-12:18.44, and the 5000m run-20:11.40

Personal Notes:

Personal: Major, Nursing ... graduated from Castle View High School with a 3.9 gpa... parents are Sharon and Scott Neher ... has a sister, Morgan ... was in the National Honor Society ... won the world language NHS award ... desires to continue running after college and become a nurse ... hobbies include dance-ballet

Stories featuring Madison Neher

May 14, 2013Colvin Earns Spot on RMAC All-Academic First TeamNCAA qualifier Alex Colvin earned a spot on the first team to lead the University of Colorado Colorado Springs on the 2013 RMAC Women's Outdoor Track and Field All-Academic Teams announced this afternoon.
March 28, 2013Neher, Andrews Compete in 5Ks at WashU, San FranciscoThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's outdoor track and field team will enter runners into distance events for the first time in the early season the Mountain Lions compete at the Washington University Invitational in St. Louis and the San Francisco State Distance Carnival today and tonight.
March 22, 2013Neher Runs Personal Best in 5K at Washington UniversityMadison Neher lowered her personal best by more than 20 seconds in the 5,000-meter run with 18 minutes, 44.64 seconds for the University of Colorado Colorado Springs at the Washington University Invitational tonight.
February 25, 2013Three Mountain Lions Earn USTFCCCA All-Academic HonorsWomen's cross country All-American Megan Burrell and teammates Angie Martell and Madison Neher earned U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic honors for cross country this morning. The University of Colorado Colorado Springs also earned the All-Academic team award with a grade point average above 3.00.
December 13, 2012Neher Earns RMAC All-Academic Second Team SpotMadison Neher, an All-RMAC and all-region runner for the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's cross country team, earned a spot on the RMAC All-Academic Second Team announced on Wednesday. Angie Martell, Sarah Treese and Sara Kettelkamp also earned a spot on the RMAC Academic Honor Roll.
November 17, 2012Burrell Earns All-America Honor as Mountain Lions Place 10thMegan Burrell finished in 21 minutes, 16.1 seconds and placed No. 37 overall for All-America honors to lead the University of Colorado Colorado Springs to a No. 10 finish at the 2012 NCAA Division II Women's Cross Country National Championships this morning.
November 16, 2012Steady Climb Leads No. 11 UCCS to National ChampionshipsJOPLIN, Mo. – In a season that has seen the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s cross country team continue to gradually climb the national rankings, the No. 11 Mountain Lions look to make their return to the national stage memorable on Saturday when they compete in the 2012 NCAA Division II Women’s Cross Country National Championships. The women’s six-kilometer race begins at 10:30 a.m. MST from the Missouri Southern State University Cross Country Course in Joplin, Mo.
November 13, 2012This Week in Mountain Lion AthleticsThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs volleyball team begins postseason action on Tuesday night in the RMAC Tournament while the nationally-ranked Mountain Lion cross country teams travel to the national championships on Saturday. Both UCCS basketball teams begin their regular seasons this weekend in non-conference classics.
November 7, 2012UCCS Improves to No. 11 in Latest National RankingNEW ORLEANS – A third-place finish at last weekend’s NCAA Division II South Central Region Championships moved the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s cross country team into No. 11 in the new U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association National Rankings released this afternoon.
November 3, 2012Women Earn Four All-Region Runners in Third Place FinishDENVER, Colo. – The University of Colorado Colorado Springs placed four runners in the top 20 of the overall results in a third-place finish at today’s NCAA Division II South Central Region Championships at Willis Case Golf Course in Denver. The finish qualifies the Mountain Lions for the national championships for the first time since 2006.
October 20, 2012No. 15 Mountain Lions Post Best Finish in Six Years at 2012 RMAC ChampionshipsCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Madison Neher led four Mountain Lions who earned All-RMAC honors as the No. 15 University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's cross country team finished third at the 2012 RMAC Cross Country Championships this morning at Monument Valley Park. It's the best conference finish since 2006.
October 20, 2012No. 15 Mountain Lions Post Best Finish in Six Years at 2012 RMAC ChampionshipsCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Madison Neher led four Mountain Lions who earned All-RMAC honors as the No. 15 University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's cross country team finished third at the 2012 RMAC Cross Country Championships this morning at Monument Valley Park. It's the best conference finish since 2006.
September 29, 2012#31 Mountain Lions Win Maroon Division II Race at Griak InvitationalSAINT PAUL, Minn. - Megan Burrell, Angie Martell and Veronica Sandoval each finished in the top 20 of the overall results to lead the No. 31 University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's cross country team to victory in the Roy Griak Invitational Maroon Division II race this morning at Les Bolstad Golf Course in Minnesota.
March 12, 2012UCCS Harriers shine at the Denver Runnin' of the Green 7kThe Denver Runnin' of the Green 7k has been a St. Patrick's Day race tradition for many years and the UCCS Mountain Lions did their part to make it a memorable event in 2012. It was a perfect morning for distance racing with very light winds and a cool temperature in the 40's at race time.
February 20, 2012Six Event Victories Highlight Conference Tune-up for Mountain LionsIn the last tune up before the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships next weekend, the UCCS Mountain Lion Track and Field Team sharpened their competitive edge with a number of event victories and top three finishes on Friday night at Steinhauer Fieldhouse in Golden.
April 18, 2011Track Team Returns from California Trip with School Records, Personal BestsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track team was California dreamin' this past weekend and woke up with another national qualifying mark, four school records and 21 personal bests.
November 20, 2010No Qualifier, This Year, for the Cross-Country National ChampionshipThe Regional is the race that matters the most of all races on the cross-country schedule and after the regional the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs will not have any representatives at the NCAA D-II National Championship. Mike English placed 29 in the men’s race and was 22 seconds short of gaining an individual qualifying spot to the National Championship.
November 6, 2010Men's and Women's teams both seventh at Conference Championship, with Kaitlin Frier gaining third them All-ConferenceBoth men’s and women’s team placed seventh at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships in Las Vegas, N.M. on Saturday. The Mountain Lions had some strong individual races, including Kaitlin Frier’s third-team All-Conference performance by finishing in 16th place.
October 2, 2010Mountain Lion women show well at CU-Rocky Mountain shootoutThe UCCS men’s cross-country team went up against a field that included four of the top ten NCAA D-II teams and a pair of NCAA D-I top 25 teams. The men got of to a bad start, quite literally. They were completely buried at the jump off of the start line. All of the UCCS men were in the back one third of the total field, of 252 collegiate runners.
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