The men’s cross country team won the school’s first ever NCAA Championship. “It was pretty unreal. With it being the first national championship it was an unbelievable experience for everyone,” head coach Chris Siemers said. “It was unreal how everything took place and came together.” All-American Grant Colligan echoed similar feelings about winning the championship….
The men’s and women’s cross country teams look to build off the success experienced last season to reach more ambitious goals. “For the men, the goal is to win the first ever RMAC championship. We were second last year and we are in a good spot this year,” Head Coach Chris Siemers said. “For the…
The Colorado School of Mines men’s and women’s track teams had a busy week competing in three different events over the past week on a west coast swing. While some of the team was at the Mt. SAC Relays, a few runners headed to Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California to compete in the Bryan Clay invitational.
In what would be the final tuneup before the conference championships, the Colorado School of Mines Track team finished off the regular season in style. With eight provisionals, Mines made the most of their home meet, the Joe Davies Open.
The Colorado School of Mines men’s and women’s track teams headed to the Air Force Academy for two days of events Friday and Saturday, and came away with some impressive showings finishing second out of four Division II schools.
Led by senior Ryan Ewen on Friday, the Oredigger men captured the top four places in Division II. Ewen finished eleventh overall with a throw of 16.73 meters, junior Austin Roup came in fourteenth (15.09m), senior Nico Redfern was fifteenth (15.07m), and sophomore Jacob Hollister came in sixteenth (14.5m). For the women, senior Cassie Ratzlaff finished thirteenth with a throw of 15.11m.
CSM’s track and field team kicked off the 2014 portion of their schedule in Boulder this weekend at the Potts Indoor Invitational. The two-day event saw Mines athletes fiercely compete with opponents from CU, Metro State, UCCS, and Denver, and come away with some strong finishes and even a few wins including two provisionals.