The MSU Denver Roadrunners men’s basketball team rallied together Feb. 10 at the Auraria Events Center to get the 75-59 win over the Chadron State Eagles despite starting guard Sunday Dech suffering a concussion and convulsing uncontrollably early in the game. Dech was injured from a fall of more than five feet on a leaping […]
Metro women’s soccer finalized a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament, after a match against CSU Pueblo. The game ended in a draw on senior day at The Regency Athletic Complex Nov. 1. Freshman forward Regina Banks notched her fifth goal of the season in the sixth minute off a corner kick from […]
Metro looked to extend its longest winning streak of the season to six games but failed Feb. 15. The visiting Regis Rangers took the second half by storm and beat the Roadrunners 72-61. Metro is now ranked sixth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference at 11-11 overall and 10-8 in the conference. “I think we […]
Fort Lewis College is always hostile territory for soccer games, especially during the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament. Fans relentlessly taunted the Metro men’s soccer team, and it seemed to affect the Roadrunners’ performance.
Now that the University of Nebraska of Kearney ultimately clinched their eighth straight regular season conference title, the Metro volleyball team’s path was narrowed down to aiming for the second seed in the east division. That path turned bumpy.
The Metro women’s soccer team snapped a two-game winless streak vs. Colorado School of Mines, its longest in more than seven years, with a 3-0 win Sept. 24, before beating Colorado Christian University 2-0 Sept. 26.
The Metro men’s soccer team cruised to a 7–1 road win against Colorado Christian University Sept. 24, behind 20 shots on goal and six second-half goals. The weekend concluded with a scoreless tie with Colorado School of Mines Sept. 26.
Metro men’s basketball was a season of excitement and adversity, as well as disappointment. They finished the 2009-2010 campaigns at 24-7 with an RMAC championship under their belt, but they lost to the Central Region Tournament champion St. Cloud State Huskies in the opening round of the Central Region Tournament.
After dropping two in a row at Ft. Hays, the Metro baseball team defeated Regis March 27 and split a doubleheader the following day. The ’Runners won the first two games against Regis 2-1 and 12-8, and were defeated 11-3 in the third. The ‘Runners dropped to 12-13 overall, and are 9-5 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.