Despite having only two seniors on the team, the Metro women’s basketball team has started the 2009-10 season very strong and is in great position to make a postseason appearance. Several players on the team have emerged as leaders this season, especially senior guard Chelsea Williamson. “Chelsea communicates with the players very well and has […]
After three straight conference wins by the Metro women’s basketball team, the Roadrunners were confident going into Jan. 30’s game at the Auraria Events Center against Colorado Christian University. Even the combined 31 points courtesy of twin sister guards Kristin and Brandi Valencia weren’t enough to hold off the Cougars.
Metro’s nine-game winning streak ended abruptly Jan. 29 against Colorado School of Mines, 65-67 at the Auraria Events Center.
The Metro men’s basketball team won their ninth straight game Jan. 23 against UCCS, 81-68, and is now 15-2 this season, including 8-1 in the RMAC.
The Metro women’s basketball team traveled to Colorado Springs Jan. 23 to deliver a home-wrecking loss to UCCS by just over 20 points.
Josh McDaniels, Jim Tracy, Joe Sacco. What do these three people have in common? They are new head coaches for Denver sports. And what’s more? They have all had success, in their own way. Well Metro has a name of its own to throw into the mix: John Supsic.
Metro track and field had a record-setting weekend at the Joe Davies Open Jan. 22 and 23, hosted by the Colorado School of Mines.
Multiple athletes place in top 10 for Roadrunners
The Metro men’s basketball team extended their winning streak to seven after defeating New Mexico Highlands, 97-79 Jan. 15, followed by a 66-64 win Jan. 16 against CSU-Pueblo. In doing so, Metro improved to 14-2 this season, including 7-1 in the RMAC.
Metro guard Reggie Evans is not only the leading scorer for the Roadrunners this season, but he also leads the team in field goals and three pointers. Evans has 281 points, averaging 18.7 per game, as a sophomore.