2013 PAC-12 CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday, November 2 Coal Creek Golf Course (Louisville, Colo.) 10:40 a.m. (MST) Men’s 8k 11:40 a.m. (MST) Women’s 6k 1 p.m. (MST) Awards Ceremony The top ranked men of the University of Colorado will host the Pac-12 Conference Cross Country
MONACO, France — Shalaya Kipp was good in June, but she needed to be better in July – and she was. The University of Colorado senior placed third in last month’s 3,000-meter steeplechase at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships, earning a spot on
AUSTIN, Texas – Weather conditions may not have been perfect earlier in the day, but everything fell perfectly into place for the University of Colorado’s Emma Coburn on Friday night as she captured a first-place finish at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships to advance to
STANFORD, Calif. – Just two days after a 1,500-meter race at the 104th Drake Relays in Iowa, University of Colorado senior Emma Coburn won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational at Stanford on Sunday night with the best time in the world this
SEATTLE – University of Colorado senior Liz Tremblay continues to light up the CU track and field record book, this time clocking the second fastest 800-meter time in CU history at the UW Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Tremblay raced to a time of 2:08.91 in
NEW YORK — University of Colorado senior Emma Coburn has been selected to compete in the mile run at the prestigious Millrose Games on February 16 in New York. Coburn, a 2011 indoor mile All-American and two-time USATF steeplechase champion, will be competing in a
Indoor track meets are held primarily as college meets but there are events that are open to the public to race in, including events for Masters athletes. The tracks are smaller with much tighter turns and the races are very intimate often time with spectators
The start of the 2013 University of Colorado track and field season will once again kick off with the Buffs hosting the Potts Indoor Invitational, January 18-19, at Balch Fieldhouse. The complete schedule is available at CUBuffs.com. It will be CU’s only home meet during the indoor season but CU will also host a pair of outdoor meets, the Jerry Quiller Classic, March 15-16, and the Colorado Invitational, April 12-13.
The meet is one of the longest running collegiate cross country races in the nation and will have participants from some of the top NCAA Division I and Division II programs along the Front Range, which include Colorado’s seventh-ranked men and 15th-ranked women.
Just 10 days before they step on the track at Olympic Stadium in London, England, University of Colorado seniors Emma Coburn and Shalaya Kipp shuck the rust off in the mile run at the Morton Pre Games on Wednesday.
DES MOINES, Iowa – University of Colorado juniors Shalaya Kipp and Aric Van Halen advance to the finals in the 3,000-meter steeplechase Kipp won her semifinal in 9 minutes, 59.18 seconds on Wednesday June 6. She led for the majority of the race, running with a pack
Shalaya Kipp stamped her name in the record book on Saturday afternoon as she became the first University of Colorado athlete to win an individual Pac-12 Track & Field Championship, taking top honors in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
BOULDER – Former University of Colorado cross country and track and field coach Jerry Quiller, who coached 15 years and hundreds of student-athletes at the school, has passed away after fighting a battle against multiple myeloma. He was 69. Coach Q started his coaching career
The book Running with the Buffaloes which chronicles the 1998 CU Cross Country team lead by Adam Goucher is under consideration of being banned in a middle school in Virginia. Its started when a 14 year old avid reader picked up the book from the
The University of Colorado cross country teams won the first ever Pac-12 Conference titles in any sport on Saturday morning, sweeping the men’s and women’s races at the Wigwam Golf Course. “I would give each team an ‘A’ for today’s performance,” head coach Mark Wetmore said. “They came out and raced what they were capable of and some even exceeded expectations. It was a good day and we couldn’t have asked for much more from either team.”