Four or five seasons ago, the thought of both the CU men’s and women’s basketball teams being simultaneously ranked in the top 20 in the nation would have been laughable. But no one was laughing as 2014 dawned with both programs in just such positions.
When it comes to college cross country success since 2000, coach Mark Wetmore is getting closer to having a corner on the market.
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or just the second time in program history, the CU women’s soccer team advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
CU club skier Alexis Keeney claimed a gold medal in the women’s slopestyle at the Winter World University Games in Italy in December. It was the only gold medal for the Americans.
Chip, CU’s costumed mascot, has performed at sporting events and university and community activities since the 1980s. We recently caught up with Ethan, a Chip, who is identified only by first name to preserve his anonymity.
Traditionally, cu football head coaches haven’t fared well in their first game, but Mike MacIntyre proved to be the exception. When he led CU over Colorado State 41-27, he became the second Buff head coach in 81 years to win in his CU debut.
CU Volleyball Sets Victories Liz Kritza had gone without a victory over a nationally ranked opponent in her first 4.5 seasons as volleyball coach. But in an eight-day span, the Buffs knocked off two nationally ranked programs — No. 11-ranked UCLA and No. 1-ranked Washington.
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Athletic administrator Ceal Barry, the winningest women’s basketball coach in school history, completed her 30th year at CU-Boulder. Last summer she served as interim athletic director after the departure of Mike Bohn and before the hiring of Rick George.