Men’s Soccer – #23 CSM 3, Adams St 0 – Ben Thompson made seven saves in his first ever start for the shutout win. Alex Gunberg, Philip Wilson and Seun Ogunmodede each scored for Mines in the victory.
Women’s Soccer – NMH 4, #15 CSM 1 – After only allowing seven goals through their first 13 games, NMH scored four on Mines as the Orediggers lost 4-1. Kelsey Neal scored CSM’s lone goal and Amy Hegarty made two saves in the defeat.
Men’s Soccer – #19 Metro St 3, #23 CSM 0 – Goalkeeper Manville Strand made seven saves, Alex Nass got off five shots, and Tesho Akindele added two more shots, but couldn’t find the net as the Orediggers fell to the 19th-ranked Roadrunners.
Volleyball – #11 Metro St 3, #22 CSM 2 – Mines jumped out to an early 2-0 lead, but fell in five sets to the Roadrunners. Amanda Massey led Mines with 49 assists. Hannah Margheim added 25 digs while Jackie Stabel had 20 kills and Melanie Wannamaker had 15 kills in the loss.
Womens Soccer – #19 CSM 1, UCCS 0 OT – Amy Hegarty earned the shutout with five saves as Mines finally broke through with a goal in the 92nd minute from Anna Evans to pull out the overtime win.
Men’s Cross Country – RMAC Championships: CSM 3rd – Sean Gildea placed 7th overall and Mines scored 89 points to place third at the RMAC championships. Andrew Epperson, Neal Anderson, Derek Alcorn and Russel Drummond placed 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd respectively. Mack McLain finished 27th and Frank Socha came in 28th.
Women’s Cross Country – RMAC Championships: CSM 4th – Hannah Schuster placed 14th overall and Marie Patton came in 20th as Mines finished 4th with 133 points. Kirsten Farquhar placed 24th, Chloe Gustafson 30th, and Jessica Baker 45th to round out the scoring. Briana Suppes came in 53rd and Caitlin Kodweis finished 54th.
Football – CSM 48, WSC 33 – Clay Garcia threw for 319 yards and three touchdowns as Mines held on late to beat Western State. Dan Palmer scored three touchdowns on 71 rushing yards while Diamond Gillis had 112 rec. yards on nine catches. Henry Kaetzer and Justin Neal each had an interception in the win.
Volleyball – #22 CSM 3, #25 Regis 2 – Sam Johnson had 18 kills and Jackie Stabel added 16 as Mines overcame a 2-1 deficit to beat Regis in five sets. Amanda Massey had 55 assists and Massey and Hannah Margheim each had 16 digs to lead the Orediggers