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  • Thumbnail for Women's Basketball: Colorado College Tigers (2007)
    Women's Basketball: Colorado College Tigers (2007)

    Head Coach Kelly Malhum and student athlete Liz Colbe talk about the Colorado College Women's Basketball Team, which is a small yet dedicated group that loves to play the game.

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    Softball: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Tina Johnson and student Mindy Medina discuss the Colorado College Women's Softball Team. The NCAA Division III squad ranks among the top three teams in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC). Johnson says the softball team allows players to discover a lot about themselves athletically, emotionally, and intellectually while gaining the confidence to face and overcome any types of challenges.

  • Thumbnail for Football: Colorado College Tigers
    Football: Colorado College Tigers

    Colorado College student athlete Ross Asiana and Head Coach Bob Boder describe the football team, which is part of the NCAA Division III. Topics covered include the team's work ethic, fun style of the program, and opportunities for players on and off the playing field.

  • Thumbnail for Volleyball: Colorado College Tigers
    Volleyball: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Rick Swan, along with student athletes Anna Clithero and Alina Ford, talks about the Colorado College Women's Volleyball team. The committed, hard-working team has landed nine straight winning records and attended nine straight NCAA tournaments, and athletes appreciate the honest, helpful coaching along with the recreational opportunities that Colorado has to offer.

  • Thumbnail for Swimming and Diving: Colorado College Tigers
    Swimming and Diving: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Anne Goodman James, and student athletes Phil Sasser and Leanne Dalton, share their experiences with the Colorado College Swimming and Diving Team. The small, close-knit team, which competes in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, is on the verge of national-level competition. Goodman, Sasser and Dalton say the team is a good opportunity to meet people, compete, and travel while offering a chance for students to grow as athletes and individuals.

  • Thumbnail for Tennis: Colorado College Tigers (2007)
    Tennis: Colorado College Tigers (2007)

    Head Coach Kyle Russell, along with student athletes Daniel Solomon and Kelsey Smith, discusses the benefits of the Colorado College Tennis Team. In addition to it being the only NCAA Division III school in Colorado, the team competes against Division and Division II teams. The roster includes players with a variety of backgrounds who have the advantage of training at altitude.

  • Thumbnail for Water Polo: Colorado College Tigers
    Water Polo: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Kari Leach, along with student athletes Liz Weber and Anna Jackson, talks about the Colorado College Women's Water Polo team, which is in its fourth year as a varsity sport. The team has dedicated student athletics with different strengths and provides a chance for freshmen to walk in and start their first season.

  • Thumbnail for Swimming and Diving: Colorado College Tigers
    Swimming and Diving: Colorado College Tigers

    Head Coach Anne Goodman James, and student athletes Phil Sasser and Leanne Dalton, share their experiences with the Colorado College Swimming and Diving Team. The small, close-knit team, which competes in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, is on the verge of national-level competition. Goodman, Sasser and Dalton say the team is a good opportunity to meet people, compete, and travel while offering a chance for students to grow as athletes and individuals.

  • Thumbnail for Tennis: Colorado College Tigers (2008)
    Tennis: Colorado College Tigers (2008)

    Tennis coaches Perry Wright and Naren Clark -- along with student athletes Brian Thirkell, Thomas Modern, and Kelsey Smith -- talk about the Colorado College Tennis Team. In addition to being the only NCAA Division III school in Colorado, the team competes against Division I and Division II teams. Colorado College provides a unique academic, athletic and outdoor recreational experience with a focus on student success.

  • Thumbnail for Tennis: Colorado College Tigers (2008)
    Tennis: Colorado College Tigers (2008)

    Tennis coaches Perry Wright and Naren Clark -- along with student athletes Brian Thirkell, Thomas Modern, and Kelsey Smith -- talk about the Colorado College Tennis Team. In addition to being the only NCAA Division III school in Colorado, the team competes against Division I and Division II teams. Colorado College provides a unique academic, athletic and outdoor recreational experience with a focus on student success.

  • Thumbnail for Ken Ralph, Athletic Director at the Boston City Champions Event
    Ken Ralph, Athletic Director at the Boston City Champions Event

    Athletics Director Ken Ralph speaks about the renovation and construction plans for the El Pomar Sports Center, which include a feasibility study for relocating Honnen Ice Rink. Ralph discusses the role of student health and wellness as driving forces behind the initiative. The El Pomar Foundation, which has been a long-standing supporter of health and wellness, provided the first money, but the College will rely on families, alumni, and alumnae for funding.