ThunderWolves sweep Roadrunners

Metro baseball dropped a doubleheader to Colorado State University–Pueblo April 20 at Auraria Field. The first game was a challenge for the Roadrunners, losing 10-1 to the ThunderWolves, led by pitcher Jeremiah Struble, who kept the Roadrunners scoreless through the first six innings. “Their starting pitcher, Strubble, is really good. He spots up well,” Metro […]

Tennis ends the season strong

Metro men’s and women’s tennis finished the season strong, pulling out victories against Colorado Christian University, Hastings College (Neb.) and CSU-Pueblo April 12 and 13 at Gates Tennis Club. The men’s team improved their overall record to 11-14, earning the No. 4 seed for the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament. The […]

Roadrunner tennis battles with the west

Metro men’s and women’s tennis fell to Western New Mexico 9-0 and 5-4, respectively, April 5 at Gates Tennis Center. “On the guys’ side, you always know that New Mexico is pretty strong. They won the conference tournament the last couple of years,” head coach Beck Meares said. The women’s matchup was between the two […]

Metro falls short in last seconds of the national title game

Metro falls short in last seconds of the national title game

By Zee Nwuke The Roadrunners men’s basketball team fell short by one point for the NCAA Division II national title. Metro went up against Drury University Sunday afternoon for the title.  After completing a remarkable season in which they only lost two games, the Roadrunners made a remarkable run in the tournament to reach the […]

Track & Field Wrap-up

Metro track had a spectacular showing at the Tom Benich Invitational March 22 in Greeley. Sophomore Kirk Harvey and freshman Janelle Lincks each took first in the men’s and women’s 1,500-meter runs. Harvey finished first in a field of 20 runners for the men with a time of 4:04.16. Junior Jon Clarke finished second in […]

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