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Roadrunner sports news

Tennis hires head coach The MSU Denver men’s and women’s tennis teams finally have a coach. The athletics department announced on Sept. 11 that Barrett Elkins had been hired to replace former tennis coach Daniel Hangstefer. Elkins comes to MSU Denver just in time for both teams’ first competition. Both teams will take part in […]

Men’s and women’s tennis start season without coaches

Men’s and women’s tennis start season without coaches

After a season that saw MSU Denver men’s and women’s tennis bring home the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championships, both teams find themselves without a head coach entering the 2017-2018 season. Head coach Daniel Hanstefer departed to take the same position at Ferris State University. With just two weeks before the start of the season, […]

Golf, cross country highlight Roadrunner briefs

Golf, cross country highlight Roadrunner briefs

Women’s golf suffers setback The Roadrunners women’s golf team placed 18th out of 20 in the Mustang Invitational Sept. 19-20. They had earned back-to-back-second place finishes in the two previous tournaments. Freshman Jennifer Hankins led the way for the Roadrunners, finishing the tournament in 53rd place. The women next compete in the West Texas A&M Stampede […]

MSU Denver sport shorts

MSU Denver sport shorts

Torr receives RMAC preseason award Senior volleyball player Brandi Torr has been named the RMAC preseason setter of the year. Torr was selected in a vote amongst the 15 RMAC coaches. Torr ranks sixth all-time in MSU Denver volleyball history with 3,167 assists. Women’s golf season tees off Senior Allie Johnston, Junior Lindsey Gullikson and […]

Tennis loses road openers

Tennis loses road openers

Metro men’s and women’s tennis teams were both dealt defeating season openers on the road Jan. 31. The men’s team traveled to Colorado Springs to take on Abilene Christian losing 6-1. The only victory for the Roadrunners came from freshman Joey Tscherne at No.2 singles spot over Abilene Christian’s Nico Agritelley. Coming off a great […]

Tennis goes .500

Tennis goes .500

The Metro fall tennis season came to an end Oct. 3 and 4 as both the men’s and women’s teams traveled to Grand Junction to play at the Colorado Mesa Duals. The men’s team finished with a 2-1 record over the weekend as they beat Montana State-Billings 8-1. Metro then lost to Colorado Mesa University […]

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