Levi Brathall

PositionDistance
Height5-11
Weight140
HometownColorado Springs, Colo.
Prev. SchoolWasson HS

Notes:

03-04: Finished 3rd at the Wyoming Open, posting a time of 21:15 on Sept 5, 2003 ... Placed 16th at the RMAC XC Championships on Oct 25, 2003 ... Placed 21st at the North Central Regional on Nov 8, 2003 ... At the 2004 RMAC Indoor Track Championships he placed sixth in the 5000 meter run ... Won the 5000 m at the Northern Colorado Stampede on Mar 13 ... Also took the 5000 m at the Tom Benich Classic on Apr 3 with a time of 14:59.51 ... Placed fourth at the Outdoor RMAC Championships on May 7.

02-03: Was named All-American in outdoor track for the 10000 ... Was named Most Valubale Player for cross-country ... Finished 18th at Nationals in cross-country ... Finished 16th at the NCAA North-Central Regional Championships on Nov 9 2002 ... Won the Colorado College Invitational on Sept 14 2002 ... Finished 6th in the Wyoming Open ... Had personal best's of: 8k: 24:12, 10 K: 30:10.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Finished fourth at the 2001 state cross country meet, while his Wasson High School team finished fifth. ... Placed fourth at the state track meet in the 2-mile run and ninth in the mile. ... His 4X800 relay squad finished third at state. ... Named most valuable runner and most inspirational athlete all four years.

Personal Notes:

Major is undecided. ... Enjoys watching Adam Sandler movies, lifting weights, and playing football. ... Has a younger sister, Cassie. ... Parents are Nita and Bob Brathall. ... Born December 16, 1983.

Stories featuring Levi Brathall

September 27, 2006Rubalcaba-Lopez named RMAC runner of the weekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference runner of the week, the conference announced Wednesday.
November 20, 2005Two UCCS Runners Named All-AmericanShannon Payne and Sarah Shepard were both named All-American at the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships Saturday at Pomona, Calif.
February 11, 2005Brathall blazes in Division I meetLevi Brathall topped 42 NCAA Division I runners en route to a 17th-place finish in the 5,000-meter run Friday at the Iowa State Invitational in Ames, Iowa.
January 29, 2005Distance medley earns provisional timeThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's distance medley relay team earned a provisional qualifying time for nationals Saturday at the Joe Davies Invitational in Golden, Colo.
January 22, 2005Brathall earns qualifying timeThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's track team earned one provisional qualifying time for nationals and established two new school records at the Air Force Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
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.
November 23, 2004UCCS takes 11th at nationalsWhen Moses Tum finished eighth at the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships Saturday, it marked the highest finish ever by a University of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner at a national meet.
November 15, 2004Cross country teams brace for nationalsFor the first time in university of Colorado at Colorado Springs history, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams will compete at the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championship.
November 6, 2004Men complete historic doubleThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team took third place at the Division II North Central Regional at Vermillion, S.D. Saturday, earning a berth at nationals.
October 23, 2004Men take third at RMAC ChampionshipsAfter the men’s race in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships Saturday at Long Lake Park, Fort Hays State coach Jim Krob congratulated University of Colorado at Colorado Springs coach Graeme Badger.
October 2, 2004Lions take second at Boulder ShootoutThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team earned a second-place finish in the Non-Division I bracket at the Rocky Mountain Shootout Saturday in Boulder, Colo.
September 18, 2004Men's cross country takes second at 28-team meetLevi Brathall, Moses Tum and Aaron Rubalcaba-Lopez finished third, fourth and fifth respectively as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team finished second Saturday at the Woody Greeno Invitational at Lincoln, Neb.
September 9, 2004Brathall named runner of the weekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs runner Levi Brathall was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s cross country runner of the week on Thursday.
September 3, 2004Brathall wins Wyoming InvitationalLevi Brathall defeated 48 Division I runners to win the Wyoming Invitational cross country meet Friday.
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 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.
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 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.
November 8, 2003Men's team disappointed with sixth-place finish at regionalsThis was supposed to be the year that the men’s cross country team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs qualified for the NCAA Division-II national meet.
November 2, 2003Cross Country Teams Brace for RegionalsOn Saturday, the men's and women's cross country teams from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will either compete in their final meet of the season, or earn the right to race one more time at the NCAA Division II National Championships.
October 23, 2003Expectations met at RMAC championshipIt was another classic battle between Western State College and Adams State College at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday – a battle in which the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's team doesn't mind finishing third.
October 14, 2003Cross-Country team takes second at the Dan LiberaPulling together once more without their top runner, Levi Brathall, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team ran their way to a second place finish at the Dan Libera Memorial Invitational, which was hosted by the University of Northern Colorado. Moses Tum lead the pack earning a second place finish overall with his time of 26:14.
October 4, 2003Men's cross country passes test in BoulderIn perhaps the most telling race to date, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men’s cross country team tested itself against the toughest runners in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, and indeed the Rocky Mountain region, at the Rocky Mountain Shootout Invitational in Boulder on Saturday, October 4th.
September 13, 2003Second place for both teams at Colorado College InvitationalAt Sunday morning’s practice, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross country coach Graeme Badger started passing out note cards and pens to many of hie team's runners. The cards were personal time goals for the season each athlete had written three weeks ago. When goals are met or surpassed, new goals are written. The day after the second race of the season, the Colorado College Invitational, it was time for new goals.
August 12, 2003A look ahead: men and women's cross countryHaving an All American on the roster is a luxury most teams don’t have. So, when the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women’s cross country team learned that Sarah Vigil, an All American in 2001, would not be returning to the team for her senior year—it made some people nervous.
August 11, 2003You can't keep an All American downIt's cold and snowing, and you are alone and tired. Mud and ice make cover the trail you know is there, but just can't find. The goal was ten miles for the day, and after thirty minutes and just over four miles, you're heading home.
August 11, 2003You can't keep an All American downIt's cold and snowing, and you are alone and tired. Mud and ice make cover the trail you know is there, but just can't find. The goal was ten miles for the day, and after thirty minutes and just over four miles, you're heading home.
July 29, 20032003 outdoor track season wrap-upFor the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' 2003 track team, the outdoor season was filled with high expectations. And as they see it, the Mountain Lions turned most of those expectations into reality.
November 24, 20022002 men's cross country season recapThere's no doubt about it. The 2002 men’s cross country team was the most talented squad Coach Graeme Badger has ever assembled at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
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