Track

Roadrunners wrap-up

Tennis Men’s tennis lost to Division I South Dakota State 7-2 on Feb. 17. Seniors Gabriel Vlahos and Alec Parmenter defeated their opponents in singles play. Parmenter earned his fifth victory of the year while Vlahos earned his sixth victory in single play. In doubles play Vlahos and junior Adrien Delvaux lost in the tie […]

Don’t ‘Hem’ me in – Rising track star Brianna Hemming is unstoppable

A new star is heating up the track. Her name is Brianna Hemming and she’s got a bright future. “She’s a former tri-athlete. She’s competing for the U.S. Olympic Training Center down in Colorado Springs and decided that she wanted a change in her life,” head coach John Supsic said. “She wanted to focus just […]

X-Country runs fair to middlin’

X-Country runs fair to middlin’

MSU Denver cross-country teams placed in the middle of the pack Oct. 6 in the third annual Metro State Invitational at Washington Park. The men’s team finished third out of seven teams led by junior Kirk Harvey, who finished the 8,000-meter race in 26:20. Harvey finished second overall behind former Princeton University runner Tommy Dialynas, […]

Making the grade

Story by Zee Nwuke Fifty-five Metro athletes were named to the spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, including 12 who graduated this spring and seven more that will graduate this summer. Student-athletes are required to maintain a 3.5 grade point average or higher during a semester to be eligible. “It’s good because it gives the students […]

Track stars set new record

Three Metro track and field athletes broke school records and two of the athletes reached provisional qualifying times for nationals this past weekend at the Mt. San Antonio College relays in Walnut, Calif.

Senior Brandon Johnson broke the school record in the five-kilometer race with a time of 14 minutes and eight seconds, which was also good enough for a provisional qualifying time in that event.

Runners get a little help from their friends

The Metro track and field teams went out to Boulder for the CU Invitational April 9, turning in solid performances with a little extra help from the Metro basketball teams .

Second-year Head Coach John Supsic was very happy to see other athletes giving his squad a hand.

“One thing that I really love about Metro athletics is all the teams support each other,” Supsic said. “Athletes are coming in saying, ‘we’re willing to help. What can we do?’ It says a lot about this athletic program.”