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Grizzlies Receive Votes in NFCA Poll for First Time

The Adams State College Grizzlies softball team has received votes in National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s Division II Top 25 poll for the first time the ASC’s NCAA Division II era (1993-Present). The Grizzlies, who opened up their 2011 campaign with a 4-1 start at the second annual Desert Stinger Classic in Las Vegas, Nevada this […]

Lovato Breaks NCAA D-II Record as Grizzly Softball Goes 4-1 in Las Vegas

Eric R. Flores The Paw Print Adams State College sophomore Katelyn Lovato broke the NCAA Division II record for consecutive games with a hit, reaching safely for the 41 straight game over the last two seasons, helping the Grizzlies to claim an 8-0 run-rule win over the University of Mary (N.D.) Marauders here at Majestic […]

ASC Athlete of the Week: February 17

In a big weekend for Grizzly athletics, several personal, school and NCAA records were broken. Women’s basketball senior Kendra Coveal has been named as the Athlete of the Week ending Feb. 13. This was Coveal’s second honor as she won the award on Jan. 16. Coveal was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference […]

Grizzlies Thrash ThunderWolves by 51

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Senior Kendra Coveal improved upon a one-day-old career-high on Saturday as she scored 29 points on 10-of-11 field goals to lead a Grizzly mauling of Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) rival Colorado State-Pueblo by 51 points, 96-45, in Plachy Hall.

McGlynn Breaks Hall of Famer’s 5K Record at Husky Classic

Chris Day ASC Sports Information 2-time NCAA Division II Cross Country All-American Kristen McGlynn broke Adams State College Hall of Famer Zoila Gomez’s school record in the 5,000 meters as McGlynn turned in a strong time of 16 minutes, 16. 51 seconds to finish third in her section of the event in the Flotrack Husky […]

Grizzlies Sweep RMAC Foes in Plachy

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print Senior forward Seth Heinbaugh highlighted a winning weekend by reaching the 1,000 point mark Saturday night against conference rival the Colorado State University- Pueblo Thunderwolves in the Grizzlies’ 71-62 win.  The senior earned a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds in the game. Heinbaugh, who in his five seasons […]

TheNFL Disappoints with Super Bowl XLV, Performances

Paul Pizza The PawPrint I would say the majority of the nation, and possibly the world, knows that both the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers were the two teams representing their respective conferences in Super Bowl XLV.  We all also know that the Packers prevailed, defeating the Steelers 31-25.  

Letter to the Editor: Grizz Krew Needs to Better Exemplify Sportsmanship

Basketball games can be loud, hard-fought and aggravating, but everyone’s level of enjoyment should never suffer because of a negative comment. During the ASC women’s game at Plachy Hall on Saturday, an ASC Grizz Krew member shouted an obscene comment to a member of the opposing team.  Such insults are meant to inflict psychological pain. Basketball, like any form of competition, […]

Ask Not What Your College Education Can Do for You

Dr. David Mazel Adams State College Hey, students, what are you doing here? Maybe you’re in college to get a higher-paying job so you can better care for yourself and your family. Maybe you want a liberal arts education — you want the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to live the fullest life you can […]

ASC’s Dirty Little Column With the Delicious Dr. Love’s

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, My best friend, lets call him “Roy” is a big part of my life.  He gets along with my roommates, makes me laugh, and he’s so nice.  The problem with Roy […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet