CU broke ground on May 12 for the $143 million athletic facilities project that the university hopes will be largely completed by August 2015.
The CU football team is headed east this fall! For the first time in school history, the Buffs are taking on the UMass Minutemen in Gillette Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 6. The matchup marks the farthest mainland road trip the team has ever made.
Rick Reilly (Jour’81), an ESPN columnist since 2008 and writer at Sports Illustrated for 23 years prior, will be inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame in June.
Big news in small bites.
Intercollegiate Division I sports programs tend to struggle somewhat when thrown into the deep end in their inaugural seasons, but the CU women’s lacrosse team avoided many of the growing pains.
Despite losing top scorer Spencer Dinwiddie to a season-ending knee injury in January, the men’s basketball team qualified for its third consecutive NCAA Tournament, an unprecedented feat in program history.
Nitty-gritty details about Buff sports.
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.
The numbers that matter about CU sports.