Paul Czarnecki firstname.lastname@example.org As the National Football League prepares to commence their 102nd season, the start of a different type of pastime is also ready to give football fans another year of heartbreak, joy and a roller-coaster ride to a
Paul Czarnecki email@example.com On Saturday, the UCCS-hosted 2021 Mountain Lion Classic wrapped up as the UCCS women’s volleyball team walked away from the series with a winning record on the week, going 2-1 in three extremely close matches over two days.
Tom Baker firstname.lastname@example.org The pandemic has influenced many aspects of campus, and for UCCS sports, this means adapting to ever-changing protocols passed down from the NCAA, CDC and CU systems. According to Nathan Gibson, executive director of athletics, protocols now are a lot easier to
Luke Bennett email@example.com The UCCS men’s soccer team began their season with a match on Sept. 3 against Newman College. The team is coming off a short 2-4 season due to COVID-19 concerns last year. Though the team got limited play out of the freshman class last
Julia Elbert firstname.lastname@example.org The 2020 Tokyo Olympics were not only important for the city of Colorado Springs but for UCCS as well. In addition to several alumni and current students competing in the games, two UCCS sports staff members were actively involved