Back Row: Assistant Coach Michael Podgajny, Zach Hoisington, Zach Pierce, Chris Kolodey, Bart Cerf, Carson Christman, Kurt Chessman, Will Harris, Scott Prior, Charles Curtis, P.J. Higgins, Jake Satchwell, Nate Pearson, Assistant Coach Scott Popelar. Middle Row: Head Coach Guy Van Arsdale, George Cornelson, Carl Slater, Jeff Moore, Steve Rijo, Jake Smith, James Mauk, Buck McKenna, Chris Mahaney, Caleb Thompson, Ian Coughlan, Hunter Sprole, Team Assistant Zach Cohen, Assistant Coach Terry Gilmore, Student Trainer Caitlin Dwyer. Front Row: Student Trainer Emily Westergard, Jack Kreitler, Travis Voges, Zach Steedman, Will Ellis, Gordy Bullen, Michael Idell, Moses Taylor, Tyler Allen, Athletic Trainer Holly Fry.
Interviews with members of the 1957 NCAA championship hockey team, which was inducted into the Colorado College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. Team members returned in March of 2007 to be honored at the regular season final against the University of Denver.
Footage of the 1950 NCAA Division I Championship Game. Colorado College won against Boston University with a final score of 13 to 4.
Colorado College hockey players Bill MacDonald (CC '51), Milo Yalich (CC '50), and Andy Gambucci (CC '53), along with Professor Ray O. Werner, share highlights about their victory at the 1950 NCAA National Championship Hockey tournament. Ronny Hartwell and Tony Frasca led the Tigers to an unprecedented 23 goals in 2 games, with 10 goals in 1 period -- a record that remains unbroken.
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.
Profile of basketball player Melanie Auguste (CC class of 2009), the 2009 Jostens Women's Division III National Player of the Year. Interviews with President Richard F. Celeste, Director of Athletics Ken Ralph and Women's Basketball Coach Liz Campbell, to name a few, look at Auguste's athletic and academic accomplishments.
Overview of the Division III sports programs offered at Colorado College, which offer academic and athletic balance. Coaches and student athletes discuss the advantages of the Block Plan for training, competing, and studying as well as the availability of outdoor recreational activities, such as skiing, rock climbing, and mountain biking.
Photograph of Women's Soccer Team for the 2011-2012 season.
Head Coach David Zazzaro and student athlete Buddy Ferriera talk about the Colorado College Men's Lacrosse Team. The close-knit team has players from all over the nation -- including several High School All Americans -- and is on the verge of becoming a high-profile program.
Television commercial advertising Colorado College Tiger Hockey.
Head Coach Liz Campbell -- along with student athletes Melanie Auguste, Eliese Hansberry, Emily Wattman-Turner and Alyssa Kallweit -- talks about the Colorado College Women's Basketball Team. The nationally-ranked, NCAA Division III team, which is now a member of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, plays an intense up-tempo game with plenty of opportunities to earn playing time. Students benefit from CC's outstanding academic reputation, the advantages of the Block Plan and outdoor recreational activities.
Head Coach Ted Castaneda, along with student athletes Jocelyn Jenks and Julian Boggs, talks about the benefits of the Colorado College Cross Country Team. Not only does the small, tight-knit team have a variety of runners, but because of the location, they can run in the mountains and take advantage of the fact that Colorado College is the only Division III school that offers altitude training.
Photograph of Women's Lacrosse Team for the 2011-2012 season.
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 I and Division II teams. The roster includes players from a variety of backgrounds who have the advantage of training at altitude.
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.
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.