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Fifteen Unanswered Runs Lead to Grizzly Split with Metro State

Eric R. Flores The Paw Print Despite losing a close Game 1 10-9, the Adams State College Grizzly softball team used a unique spark to blast past the Metro State College Roadrunners 17-2 in a 5-inning run-rule victory here at Dryden Park on Sunday. The Grizzlies started the weekend off on Thursday when they swept […]

ASC Athlete of the Week: April 14

ASC senior track and field athlete Drew Graham has been named as the and Paw Print Athlete of the Week for the week ending April 10, 2011. Graham recorded a national-leading and NCAA provisional qualifying time of 3:45.99 to place ninth in the Premier section of the 1,500 meters at the Sun Angel Track […]

Idle Grizzlies Move Up to Seventh In Regional Rankings

Chris Day ASC Sports Information Despite being off since Mar. 27, the Adams State College women’s golf team has moved up to seventh in this week’s NCAA Division II Central Region Rankings, released Thursday.  The ranking is the highest in the Grizzlies’ history and has them in good shape to qualify for the regional tournament, […]

Grizzlies Finish 10th at Wolf Pack Invitational

Chris Day ASC Sports Information The Adams State College men’s golf team slipped back to 10th place in the final standings of the Dairy Queen Wolf Pack Invitational, which wrapped up Tuesday here at Walking Stick Golf Course. The Grizzlies, posted a round of 339 in the second round, completed Tuesday morning after it was […]

Skyhawks too much for Grizzly Women

Despite a school-record setting 16 saves from redshirt freshman goalie Desi Rae Aguirre, the first-year Adams State College women’s lacrosse team could not keep pace with the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks, who scored 14 first half goals while outshooting the Grizzlies, 48-3, en-route to a 20-1 Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association win, Saturday afternoon here at […]

Piper Hat-Trick, Quick Statrt Lead ASC to First NCAA Win, 12-7

Chris Day ASC Sports Information   The Adams State College men’s lacrosse team jumped out to a 4-0 first-quarter lead and had another 4-goal run in the second half as the Grizzlies claimed their first ever NCAA Division II win in convincing fashion 12-7 over the visiting Grand Canyon University ‘Lopes, Sunday afternoon here at […]

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

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors of mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, I just found out that the guy I have been talking to has a girlfriend.  I broke things off, but I want to get back at the bastard, how can I […]

Don’t Feed Us After Midnight to appear at Xperimental Theatre

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Almost everyone can recall the hit improv comedy show Whose Line is it Anyway? Drew Carey’s smiling face and bursts of laughter at the comedians on the show making up ridiculous hijinks came to define the entire show. The show’s appeal hinged on a form of comedy called improvisational comedy […]

EARTH Group Presents Triple Environmental Feature

Kim Vialpando The Paw Print Adams State EARTH, Environmental Action for Resources, Transportation, and Health is an organization focused on sustainability efforts. Earth Week kicked off Saturday, April 9 and is full swing until Saturday, April16. EARTH kicked off the week with a Fun Run at 9 a.m. The 6K Fun Run was very successful. […]

President Obama Reveals Deficit Reduction Plan

James Williams The Paw Print President Barack Obama revealed his long-anticipated deficit reduction plan on Wednesday, calling for reductions in spending and tax increases that the White House estimates would decrease federal deficits by roughly $4 trillion over the next 12 years. Obama’s plan includes a repeal of the Bush tax cuts for families making […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet