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Posts from ‘December, 2010’

Happy Holidays and Friendly Reminders from AS&F

Only one more week Adams State!  Whether it’s your first, last, or somewhere in between semester, CONGRATS on making it through!   Now, it’s time for just the last leg of the semester, and it’s Winter Break time! Now for some friendly reminders…. The AS&F Office will be closed for Winter Break December 20, 2010, and […]

ASC Plans Trip to Africa for the Summer of 2011

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Have you ever wanted to experience the Serengeti first hand? Does the thought of mingling with exotic animals and cultures scratch where you itch? Then you’re in luck. A trip to Africa is being offered right here at Adams State College. The trip is for anyone. The trip can be […]

Governor Ritter Launches Complete College Colorado Initiative

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Governor Bill Ritter is encouraging Coloradans to finish out their college degrees by instituting the “Complete College Colorado” campaign. The initiative was passed last week and is considered an investment in the future of not only Colorado, but the United States as well.

Salazar to address ASC Commencement Dec. 18

Julie Waechter Assistant to the President for Communications Marguerite Salazar reads the fine print. Her address to Adams State College’s December graduates draws inspiration from the message printed on diplomas and is, therefore, entitled “With all rights, privileges and responsibilities.” Adams State’s fall commencement ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 18, in […]

Birdsong Leads Grizzlies to Third Straight National Championship

Lauren Martin The Paw Print Saving the best for last. That is exactly what senior Brandon Birdsong from Lubbock, Texas did on Saturday at the Men’s National Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Kentucky. Birdsong was the Grizzlies top runner placing fourth overall to earn his first All American honor. He completed the 10,000 meter course […]

Three More ASC Records for Grizzly Women at Mesa State Invitational

Chris Day ASC Sports Information The Adams State College men’s and women’s swimming teams wrapped up action at the Mesa State Invitational at El Pomar Natatorium on Sunday, where both Grizzly squads took fifth place and the women wrote three new program records. On the women’s side of action, the Grizzlies added 131 points to […]

Grizzlies Women’s Cross Country Team Finishes Third at NCAAs

Lauren Martin The Paw Print The Adams State Women’s Cross Country team place third in the team competition at the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championships held in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, December 4, 2010. The women’s effort was lead by senior Kristen McGlynn from Bailey, Colorado. McGlynn has consistently been the lead runner […]

Athlete of the Week for December 9

Brandon Birdsong After being the first Adams State Grizzly through the finish chute for the first time in a major meet during his career and leading Adams State to their third consecutive NCAA Division II National title, senior Brandon Birdsong has been named as the Athlete of the Week for the week ending Dec. […]

McPeek, Kelly Lead Grizzlies at Bob Smith Open

Chris Day ASC Sports Information Junior Luke McPeek finished second while sophomore Daniel Kelly, competing unattached, took fourth to lead the Adams State College wrestling squad in the Bob Smith Open, their third and final scheduled open tournament of the season, Saturday here in Fort Hays State University’s Gross Memorial Coliseum.

Grizzly Women Win at UCCS

Scott Krettzmann ASC Sports Information Double-doubles from senior Kendra Coveal and junior Kelsie Kruger on Saturday propelled the Grizzly women’s basketball team to a 76-61 victory in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) play over UC-Colorado Springs on the road Saturday evening. The win, Adams State’s fourth in a row over the Mountain Lions, improves the […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet