12 November 2019 Devon Williams [email protected] The Ultimate Frisbee club at UCCS competes under the supervision of USA Ultimate (USAU), led by club president Soren Turner and vice president Andrew
24 September 2019 Suzanne Seyfi [email protected] Nic Moschetti, a junior business administration major, competed in the first round of Olympic trials to qualify for Team USA. Moschetti started competing in
16 April 2019 Derek Lee [email protected] Known as Olympic City, USA, Colorado Springs has had more than its fair share of Olympic athletes cruise through since the Olympic Training Center
4 December 2018 Brian Blevins [email protected] In February, UCCS graduate student Skylyn Webb led the women’s track team to victory in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) indoor championship meet.
September 25, 2018 Brian Blevins [email protected] Arrow-In-Arrow Archery Club, headed up by president Austin Blewer and vice president Zach Kinder, has upgraded its status with UCCS. Now, the group is
April 1, 2018 Alma Loser [email protected] After years of students struggling through cardio training in harsh Colorado conditions, students who sprint from University Hall to Main Campus in
March 20, 2018 Derek Lee [email protected] Students have the opportunity to experience what makes Colorado Springs the Olympic city after spring break. Team USA will host the fifth
Sept. 30, 2013 Jonathan Toman [email protected] 10. Blackboard usage 9. Speed texting 8. Finding consistent Wi-Fi 7. Finding space in the Rec Center 6. Alpine people finding 5. Speed walking
May 7, 2012 Ryan Adams [email protected] “Faster, higher, stronger.” These three words are synonymous with the Olympics, and are plastered all over the U.S. Olympic Training Center in downtown Colorado
Oct. 3, 2011 Matt Rigby [email protected] For over 30 years, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), stationed here in Colorado Springs, has had a volunteer program.