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Four-Time NCAA Champion and U.S. National Team Player Keri Sanchez Named Women’s Soccer Coach

Vice President and Director of Athletics Lesley Irvine has named Keri Sanchez the eighth head coach in the history of the school’s Division I women’s soccer program. Sanchez, who won four NCAA National Championships as a player at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and has 13 caps with the United States Women’s National Team,…

Issue: Spring 2022 • Tags: ,

Pair of Tigers Earn All-America Accolades

Colorado College women’s cross country runner Elliot Singer ’25 and volleyball player Georgia Mullins ’22 joined an exclusive club of Tiger student-athletes to earn All-America honors for their exemplary athletic performances last Fall. Photos by Charlie Lengal. Singer, a first-year from San Francisco, California, achieved All-America status by placing 29th at the 2021 NCAA Division…

Issue: Spring 2022 • Tags:

CC Opens Doors to Ed Robson Arena and Yalich Student Services Center

A new arena for men’s hockey and new space for student health and wellbeing services, bookstore, and mail center officially opened.

Issue: Winter 2021/22 • Tags:

New Hockey Coach’s Journey to CC Shaped by Mentor’s Influence

There is no overstating Nate Leaman’s influence on Colorado College hockey coach Kris Mayotte. He learned much about hockey and life from the NCAA title-winner, whom he calls his “former coach, mentor, and thankfully now, friend.” “Besides my parents, he has made the biggest impact on my life,” says the first-time head coach, 38, who…

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

Rick Swan Enjoys Perfect Ending to His Tenure with Colorado College Volleyball

When Rick Swan announced he was stepping down after 23 seasons as head coach of the Colorado College volleyball program, he never imagined his tenure would end with unparalleled perfection. In his last season, Swan guided the Tigers to a 17-0 record, their third Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship in the past four years, and…

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

Ed Robson Arena: By The Numbers

CC Hockey Home Game Schedule Set for Play in New Ed Robson Arena

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

From Pride to ExCCellence: The path to winning championships relies on alumni support

For John Schuler ’21, Tiger ExCCellence means more than fundraising dollars for Colorado College athletics. It is about winning championships, fueled by the financial support needed to compete for those titles consistently. “So much of what we have access to and the resources we do have are because of funding from generous donors,” the men’s…

Issue: Spring 2021 • Tags:

Ed Robson Arena

Rick Greene, senior project manager of Colorado College’s Facilities Services, stands amid the ongoing construction at the Ed Robson Arena. On Aug. 28, one of the final steel beams was put into place and construction has continued steadily ever since. The arena has a projected opening date of October 2021, at which time it will…

Issue: Winter 2020-21 • Tags:

Ted Castaneda Announces Retirement

The longest-tenured coach at Colorado College has called it a career. Head cross country and track and field coach Ted Castaneda announced his retirement, effective Dec. 15, 2020. Castaneda, who became head coach of the men’s cross country team in 1981, assumed head coaching duties for women’s cross country in 1993 and track and field…

Issue: Winter 2020-21 • Tags:

Hockey Season Opens at NCHC Pod in Omaha

Following an especially unusual month of November for the Colorado College hockey team, the Tigers finally opened their 2020-21 season at the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) pod in Omaha, Nebraska, on Dec. 8. On Nov. 9, nearly two months after the NCHC delayed the start of the 2020-21 season, the league announced a conference-only…

Issue: Winter 2020-21 • Tags: