2004-05 UCCS Women's Track & Field Releases

January 15, 2005Gray, Payne Give UCCS Strong Start to 2005 SeasonThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's track team made an auspicious debut to the 2005 indoor season Saturday by taking the top two spots in the 3,000-meter run at the Air Force All Comers Meet.
January 20, 2005Gray Named Runner of the WeekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Tina Gray was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's woman Runner of the Week, the conference announced Wednesday.
January 22, 2005Payne Earnes Provisional TimeShannon Payne earned a provisional qualifying time for nationals and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs sprinters made a good showing at the Air Force Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
January 29, 2005Team Effort Leads UCCS to Fourth at Davies InvitationalEvery member of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's track team that competed at the Joe Davies Invitational in Golden, Colo., Saturday scored at least one team point.
February 11, 2005Three Lions Earn Provisional TimesWhen all three of your runners beat your conference's previous best time, it qualifies as a successful race. That being the case, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's 5,000-meter runners had a very successful race Friday at the Iowa State University Invitational at Ames, Iowa.
February 20, 2005Women Edit Track Record BookUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs track coach Graeme Badger needed a big eraser when he edited the school's record book following Friday's Don Barrett/Air Force Open.
February 27, 2005Payne Takes Third at RMAC ChampionshipsShannon Payne took third place in the women's 5,000-meter run this past weekend at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships, the best finish by a Mountain Lion runner at the meet.
March 12, 2005Outdoor season starts with photo finishNothing like a photo finish to jazz up the start of the outdoor track season.
March 25, 2005Shepard, Burger earn provisional timesSpring Break is normally reserved for relaxing and having fun. Not so for two women from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track team. Sara Shepard and Ashley Birger went down to the University of California-San Diego for a nice warm track meet. While that sounds like a blast, these two women weren’t there for just the sun and the sand.
April 9, 2005Women's Track Goes Extra Mile at CCUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs runners claimed four of the top six spots in the mile run as the Mountain Lions competed at the Colorado College Invitational on Saturday.
April 15, 2005Shepard, Gray Shine at Mt. SacSarah Shepard and Tina Gray were the top Division II finishers in the 3000-meter steeplechase Friday as a handful of University of Colorado at Colorado Springs athletes competed at the prestigious Mt. Sac Relays in Walnut, Calif.
April 23, 2005Fast times in Fort Collins bode well for stretch runThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs mile relay team set a new school record as the Mountain Lions competed at the Jack Christiansen Invitational in Fort Collins, Colo., on Saturday.
May 9, 2005Outdoor RMACThe University of Colorado Springs women's track team had several good performances on its first day of competition at the 2005 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Outdoor Track Meet in Alamosa.
May 10, 2005Outdoor RMAC Day 2University of Colorado at Colorado Springs wrapped up its final day at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Championships with even more fine performances.
May 26, 2005Track Shines Bright at Day 1 of NationalsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track team sent a school record seven athletes to the 2005 NCAA Div II Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Abilene, Texas. All seven of the Mountain Lions competed well on Thursday.
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