The Colorado women's basketball team is headed to the Sweet 16 for the seventh time in program history and the first time in 20 years on the strength of a 61-53 overtime win against Duke. The next game will be against Iowa on March 24.
CU Athletics' diversity, equity and inclusion program has received an honorable mention from the NCAA and the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association for making a difference for staff, coaches and athletes.
David Bolen, the University of Colorado's first Olympian who went on to have amazing career of accomplishments outside of the sports arena, passed away in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Dec. 10; he was two weeks shy of his 99th birthday.
With the CU men's basketball team, and in his 13th year in Boulder, Tad Boyle recently reached his 262nd win, surpassing the 261 wins of legendary Buffs coach Sox Walseth. This makes Boyle the winningest coach in CU men's basketball history.
Just before midnight on Saturday night at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield, more than a dozen football fans joined news crews waiting for the arrival of the next era for University of Colorado Buffaloes football. Later at a press conference, Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders was welcomed by many more.
For the 21st time in Colorado volleyball history, the Buffs have advanced to the NCAA Tournament. CU will head to Baylor University in Waco, Texas, to play fifth-seed No. 20 Rice University in the first round.
LeRoy is CU’s 18th head ski coach, replacing Richard Rokos after more than three decades with the Buffs. The former Olympian discusses leading CU’s only coed athletic team, what inspired him to coach and ways to generate revenue for collegiate skiing.