2003-04 UCCS Men's Track & Field Releases

June 2, 2004Tum named All-American in two eventsMoses Tum accomplished one University of Colorado at Colorado Springs first when he qualified for the finals in two events at the NCAA Division II National Outdoor Track and Field Championships. He managed another first on Wednesday by being named All-American in both.
May 28, 2004Tum earns chance to attempt unprecedented doubleMoses Tum will attempt a University of Colorado at Colorado Springs first after all.
May 27, 2004Tum takes second in prelims, advances to finalsMoses Tum just keeps on getting better and better.
May 18, 2004Five Lions qualify for nationalsThree Colorado Springs natives were among the school-record five athletes that earned the right to represent the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs at the NCAA Division II National Outdoor Track and Field Championships, which will be held from May 27-29 at Walnut, Calif.
May 9, 2004Men's track fries as RMAC championshipsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's track team is going from the frying pan into the fire - almost literally.
April 24, 2004Tum earns nationals doubleSenior 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, 2004Men’s track has three runners qualify for nationals at Mt. Sac RelaysFour 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, 2004Weather not nice, but results areThe 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, 2004Brathall, Tum earn provisional qualifying timesSophomore 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.
March 12, 2004Tum eliminated in prelimsMoses Tum's bid to win the national title in the men's indoor mile came to a close Friday at the NCAA Division II National Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston, Mass.
February 28, 2004Tum becomes first RMAC winnerWith all the success the men's cross country and track teams have had at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, they have been missing one thing-a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference individual champion.
February 14, 2004Brathal earns provisional timeFour runners from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs competed in the Iowa State University Classic last weekend. That's all it took to for the Mountain Lions to make their mark.
February 12, 2004Former CU-Colorado Springs is Olympic alternateNot many athletes have the chance to be Olympians. Trent Briney, a distance runner and four-time All American for the Mountain Lions may be one of the lucky few.
February 1, 2004Men's track faces stacked field at Davies meet"It was stacked," said sophomore Levi Brathall, an All-American for the Mountain Lions last year in the 10,000-meter run.
January 24, 2004Tum qualifies for nationalsHaving practiced for only two days, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs didn't come into its first official competition of the indoor season, the Air Force Invitational, with big expectations. The Mountain Lions left, however, with a birth at nationals.
January 17, 2004Reno scores win at Air ForceThe Division II heat of the men's mile at the Air Force All-Comers meet had turned into a two-man race. Jonathan Garcia from national powerhouse Western State was expected to be there. CU-Colorado Springs' Kyle Reno was not.
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