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Posts from ‘September, 2011’

What on EARTH?

Next regular meeting:  Tues, Oct. 4, 2011, at noon in the Student Life Center of the SUB. EARTH raised $145.30 at its annual bake sale held in conjunction with the Autumn@Adams Chile Cookoff . Thanks to the baking/cooking contributions from Christy Miller, Renee Beeton, Linda Relyea, Linda Christian, Shirley Atencio, Kailee Potter, Julie Waechter, Audrey […]

Cook off was hot

  ASC’s own Maria Valdez, Dave Svaldi, and retired employee Mildred Mondragonwere among the top cooks honored at the 2011 Autumn@Adams Fourth Annual Cook-Off, Sept. 17. Justin Atencio took the top green chile award for the fourth consecutive year. The event featured more than 20 entries for red chile, green chile, and salsa; over 150 […]

Faculty & Staff News

Dr. Ed Lyell is serving as interim chair of the School of Business. Dr. Ed Crowther and Kurt Cary are sharing interim chair duties for the Department of Teacher Education. Dr. Jared Beeton, assistant professor of Earth Sciences, presented a research paper at the International Quaternary Association Congress, held in Bern, Switzerland July 21-27. He […]

Grizzly Women Claim Highest Ever RMAC Team Finish

Scott Kretxmann ASC Sports Information Director SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb.— The Adams State College women’s golf team turned in another solid team effort of 327 and claimed their highest ever finish in an Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference event, finishing second overall at the RMAC #2 competition, which wrapped up Tuesday here at Scotts Bluff Country Club. 

Number 18 Fort Lewis Claims Close 2-1 Win

Scott Kretxmann ASC Sports Information Director Following a scoreless first half the 18th-ranked Fort Lewis women’s soccer squad scored two straight in the second half before Adams State was able to answer, but it was too little too late for the Grizzlies who fell by a final score of 2-1 at ASC Soccer Field on […]

Women Stay In Top Five in Division II

Scott Kretxmann ASC Sports Information Director NEW ORLEANS –  The Adams State College women’s cross country team continues to come in at No. 2 in the second set of U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association (USTFCCCA) regional rankings, and at fifth in Division II, it was announced by the organization.

ASC Men Hold Steady Atop Division II Poll

Scott Kretxmann ASC Sports Information Director NEW ORLEANS – The streak continues for the Adams State men’s cross country team and head coach Damon Martin, as the Grizzlies were again ranked No. 1 in Division II by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association (USTFCCCA) in the latest set of rankings, released Wednesday […]

Athlete of the Week: September 29

Adams State College sophomore volleyball player Megan Tapia (Pueblo, Colo.) has been named as the ASCGrizzlies.com Athlete of the Week for the week ending on Sept. 25. Tapia recorded eight kills, two aces and a solo block against Colorado Mesa University on Friday, Sept. 23.

Atencio Leads Grizzly Golfers on Day 1 of NSIC/RMAC Crossover

Scott Kretxmann ASC Sports Information Director GOTHENBUR, Neb.- Senior Jonathan Atencio (Alamosa, Colo.) carded an opening round 77 and stood amongst the top half of the field after the first round of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference/Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Crossover, which got underway Sunday here at Wild Horse Golf Club.

Grizzlies Fall to Mavs, 5-1

Scott Kretxmann ASC Sports Information Director GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – A strike off the foot of freshman Erik Henrickson (Burley, Idaho) put the Grizzlies on top after just a minute and 21 seconds on Sunday afternoon against  Colorado Mesa, but the Mavericks scored the next five en route to handing ASC a 5-1 loss in Rocky […]

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