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Posts from ‘October, 2011’

Student & Program News

HPPE students presented Special Olympics bowling tournament Students from the HPPE department’s Organization/Administration of Sport class put on the annual San Luis Valley Special Olympics /regional/ qualifying bowling tournament Oct. Everyone involved in this successful event had a wonderful time; some great scores were posted The bowlers are becoming competitive, but still encourage each other. […]

Faculty & Staff News

Dr. Barb Andrews, associate professor of Counselor Education, is attending the Bhutan Counseling Institute, a three-week institute for counselor educators and counseling practitioners October 4-28, 2011. The institute will introduce American counselors to the country, give them an opportunity to provide counseling services to the citizens of Bhutan and to teach counseling. It sets the […]

Athlete of the Week: October 27

Adams State College junior football player Trevor Eggleston (Tuscon, Ariz.) has been named the Athlete of the Week for the week ending on Oct. 23. Eggleston completed 25-of-41 passes in the Grizzlies’ 46-0 victory on the road against Fort Lewis College on Saturday, Oct. 22. Eggleston completed passes to seven different receivers, making for […]

Western Takes RMAC Title

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director DENVER, Colo. – Led by a second place overall finish from junior Alicia Nelson (Craig, Colo.), the Adams State women placed three runners in the top five at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Cross Country Championships at Willis Case Golf Course in Denver on Saturday morning, but the Mountaineer […]

Adams State Topped by Mountaineers at RMAC Champs

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director DENVER, Colo. – The Adams State men’s cross country squad faltered in its attempt to claim a seventh straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) XC Championship at Willis Case Golf Course, where the Western State men claimed a 28-31 win despite all seven Grizzlies earning All-RMAC honors on Saturday.

Men Close Weekend with 1-1 Tie Against Visiting UCCS

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print The Grizzlies “left it all on the field” Sunday against the Mountain Lions of the University of Colorado- Colorado Springs tying their opponent 1-1. Both goals came in the first half; the first in favor of UCCS.  The Mountain Lion’s junior forward, Scott Kocel, scored unassisted in the eighth minute, […]

Grizzlies Drop Fourth, Share West Lead

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director SILVER CITY, N.M. – Adams State’s season-long losing streak was extended to four matches on Saturday night, as the Grizzlies fell to Western New Mexico 21-25, 19-25, 15-25 at Drag’s Court and dropping them into a tie for the Rocky Montain Athletic Conference (RMAC) West Division lead.

Grizzlies tie No. 19 Colorado Mines

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director GOLDEN, Colo. – The Grizzlies trailed by two after a quick strike by the Orediggers out of halftime on Sunday afternoon, but a pair of goals within the final 10 minutes of regulation from senior Jessica Hellweg (Island Lake, Ill.) led the Grizzlies a 2-2 tie with the 19th-ranked Orediggers […]

Enter the Monster Mash dash 5K

Devin Cornwall Volunteer I recently discovered that when you’re very young it’s easy to discern the meaning within Halloween.  Whether you told yourself it was about getting enough candy to last you through until next year, or to secure the most unique/ scary costume, Halloween’s meaning was cemented in mind.  And as you grew older, […]

College Checkered: Dear Undeclared Majors

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print I can’t say that I fully understand what it is like to be in your place. I have always known what I wanted to do, even at a young age. But I can understand what it feels like to be lost and unsure of yourself. The question of “what do […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet