Preseason polls place Mountain Lions sixth
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced Tuesday that the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is predicted to finish sixth in the 2007 outdoor track and field season.
The Mountain Lions finished sixth in the RMAC in the 2006 season.
2007 Women's outdoor track and field Preseason All-RMAC team:
TiaNecia Mosley, Adams State (Sr., Long Jump/ Triple Jump/Hetathalon)
Heather Beresford, Colorado Mines (Sr., Mile/800/3000)
Brittny Somers, Adams State (Jr., Steeple)
Emily Volkmer, Chadron State (Sr., Long Jump, Triple Jump)
Kelli Dring, Nebraska-Kearney (So., Long Jump/ Triple Jump/100/4x1)
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