Following the Pac-12 Conference decision to schedule only conference play for several fall sports and delay the start of mandatory athletic activities, CU Boulder Chancellor Philip DiStefano issued a statement.
The NCAA Board of Governors, which includes CU Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano, strengthened the association’s policy against display of the confederate flag as a wave of momentum to remove confederate monuments and imagery sweeps across the country.
The new athletics department program will coordinate name, image and likeness programming for all of CU Boulder's student-athletes, covering topics like building a brand, developing entrepreneurial skills and understanding finances.
Legendary coach and administrator Ceal Barry has announced her retirement after 43 years in college athletics, including the past 37 at CU Boulder. Barry took the reins of the women’s basketball team in 1983 and built the program into a national power.
University of Colorado Athletic Director Rick George announced Thursday that he, along with CU’s 11 head coaches, will take voluntary pay reductions for the upcoming fiscal year to help mitigate budget impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CU Athletics have helped lead zero-waste and sustainability efforts among collegiate athletic programs, including construction of four new LEED Platinum-certified buildings and a first-of-its-kind recyclable aluminum cup for gameday use.
In four races separated by just 15 days, the CU track and field star sent shockwaves with her performances. Now, the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association has named Jones its national athlete of the year.