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Posts from ‘February, 2015’

College Athletics’ War on Women Coaches

College Athletics’ War on Women Coaches By Pat Griffin Right before the holidays, Shannon Miller, the women’s ice hockey coach at University of Minnesota Duluth, got some disturbing news: Despite the fact that she is a medal-winning Olympic coach, a five-time NCAA national championship-winning coach and one of the most successful female coaches in college […]

Racquetball Spring ’15

Every Tuesday from 5-6PM we will be playing Racquetball in the Rex Center.

Earth, Water, and Sky Lecture Series

Join the Nielsen Library and Adams State Adventure Program (ASAP) for an exciting spring lecture series! Learn about our endlessly fascinating world. This series offers something for everyone: from fishing and hiking, to bat management and unidentified flying objects. Our diverse group of guest speakers include Adams State students and staff, the United States Forest […]

Men’s Basketball Finishes Home Contests for 2015

The men’s basketball team closed out their regular season home games over the weekend against Regis and Metro. On Friday night, the Grizzlies began by honoring Regis’ coach Lonnie Porter, a former Adams State basketball player and member of the Hall of Fame. ASU went on to secure an 85-52 victory. Saturday’s contest proved to […]

Women Conclude Home Games in Dramatic Fashion

The women’s basketball team finished their home games on Friday and Saturday against Regis and Metro, respectively. After a strong battle on Friday night, the women were unable to hold on and lost 60-49. Saturday, however, was a thriller. Backed by an enthusiastic crowd, the Grizzlies pushed to a 86-84 victory courtesy of a beautiful […]

Zach Baxter Earns Conference Recognition

Zach Baxter earned recognition from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) following his stellar performance at the Joe Davis Open in Golden, CO. Baxter was named the RMAC track athlete of the week earning a first place finish. Baxter set a personal record in the shot put, throwing 17.27 meters. Baxter’s mark ranks him seventh […]

FC Barcelona Misses Chance to Tighten Standings

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Real Madrid CF has been the dominant force in the Spanish football world throughout the 2014-2015 season so far, and their all-time rivals from Barcelona FC had an opportunity to close up the point differential gap that “Los Blancos” have at the top. FC Barcelona lost the lead in Primera […]

So You Think You Can’t Math By STEM

ALAMOSA (February 20) – As part of Adams State’s celebration of International Women’s Week, the Adams State University STEM Saturday, So you think you can’t math is scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon, on Saturday, March 7; the session was originally scheduled for March 14. So you think you can’t math, by Raquel Barata, visiting […]

ASU Will Celebrate 2nd Annual Women’s Week

ALAMOSA (February 24) – Celebrating women – their accomplishments and continued struggles – the Second Annual Adams State University Women’s Week will be held from March 6 through March 14. For the second year, sociology major Tori Martinez ’15, with support from students, professors, and staff, organized a week of activities. Events are open to […]

ASAP Pierda Pump Event On February 28, 2015

ALAMOSA (February 24) – The Adams State University Piedra Pump Climbing Competition is Saturday, February 28, in Rex Activity Center. This will be the first competition on the new wall built by Eldorado Climbing Walls in the summer of 2014. “We are excited to host our first USA Climbing Collegiate Climbing Series (CCS) which will bring […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet