With DU lacrosse teams in full swing, there is no better time than now to order your spring lacrosse clothing from LetsGoDU. Our lacrosse store closes on March 30th when we make our final run of men’s and women’s lacrosse clothing featuring Denver Boone lacrosse, Denver Bonnie Lacrosse and the new 5280U™ logo. With the recent success of both men’s and women’s lacrosse. T-shirts, hoodies and caps are available for order now. All proceeds will be issued to men’s and women’s lacrosse as well as a fund to support LetsGoDU junior writer(s). Continue reading Ready to Get Your Lax Game On?
Category Archives: Women’s Sports
Hockey Wins Highlight DU Athletics Weekend Results
It was another solid weekend for Denver athletics along with some disappointment, too. Continue reading Hockey Wins Highlight DU Athletics Weekend Results
DU Lacrosse Teams Defeat Michigan & North Carolina
#9 Denver women’s lacrosse has been anything but ‘under the radar’ this season, going 5-0 to start the season, while defeating #21 Michigan Thursday evening, 7-5, at Peter Barton Stadium. The men’s lacrosse team, 3-2, has been largely unheralded despite a close road defeat to Duke, 14-13 in OT, earlier this season. The men’s team traveled to Chapel Hill Saturday and led practically wire-to-wire but needed clutch goals in the final minutes to secure a tight 9-8 win over the #12 Tar Heels. Continue reading DU Lacrosse Teams Defeat Michigan & North Carolina
LetsGoDU Launches Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Clothing Line
LetsGoDU is excited to announce the launch of a lacrosse-branded clothing line for men and women. The new product line includes Denver Boone lacrosse. The launch also includes the introduction of ‘Denver Bonnie’ lacrosse as well as our new 5280U™ logo. Continue reading LetsGoDU Launches Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Clothing Line
Gymnastics Remains at #10 After Beating Cyclones
Denver gymnastics put up a 197.275 against the Iowa State Cyclones on Friday, February 24. The Cyclones are at #39, so again, the Pioneers were supposed to win this one by a lot. It’s just our athletes versus the judges. The team remained ranked #10 in the nation and improved their National Qualifying Score (NQS) from 197.195 to 197.305. Continue reading Gymnastics Remains at #10 After Beating Cyclones
DU Gymnastics team looks great, but can’t catch #1 Oklahoma Sooners
The DU gymnastics team improved its season high team score by over two tenths of a point at their fourth meet of the season on Sunday afternoon in Magnus arena. (Can we call it that in honor of Chrona’s shutout Friday night?!) The gymnastics team score was 197.425. For comparison, the highest team score last year for DU was 197.6. Not there yet, but this DU gymnastics team is improving week over week. We even saw the return of graduate student, Lynnzee Brown, to the vault lineup, which has her back on three of four events after last year’s season ending achilles tendon injury. DU hit season high team scores on both bars (49.4) and floor (49.4). But, even the Pioneers very best meet wouldn’t touch the Oklahoma Sooner’s whopping 198.425 team score. Oklahoma is just that good, which is why they are ranked #1.
Continue reading DU Gymnastics team looks great, but can’t catch #1 Oklahoma Sooners
Denver Gymnastics to face Oklahoma Sooners Sunday at Magness Arena
We’re already three weeks into the collegiate gymnastics season, and the Denver Pioneers are off to a great start. The team started the season off with a win at home on January 8th, followed by two second-place finishes on January 13th and 20th. Their fourth meet will be the best competition we’ll see in Magness in the regular season this year as the #1 Oklahoma Sooners travel to Denver for a meet this Sunday, January 29th.
Continue reading Denver Gymnastics to face Oklahoma Sooners Sunday at Magness Arena
Looking For New LetsGoDU Writers for 2023 and Beyond
As 2023 is now fully underway, we are looking to add to our staff at LetsGoDU. If you follow a particular sport at DU and would like to become a credentialed writer (or a non-credentialed writer and just want to share your thoughts), send us an email (letsgodu at gmail dot com) and tell us the sports you follow and why you would like to write for LetsGoDU. Continue reading Looking For New LetsGoDU Writers for 2023 and Beyond
2022 Year-End LetsGoDU Postcard
BREAKING LOGO NEWS: University Launches New ‘Denver Arch’
When the University of Denver formally released new logo brand guidelines to the public this past September, the announcement was met with mixed reviews. Of greater concern to many was the future of the ‘Denver Arch’, absent from the brand release. In Athletics, the Denver arch was a critical part of Denver’s athletic identity, especially in hockey. Would DU athletes be left with the interlocking logo(s) on the front of their uniforms as a primary identifier? Continue reading BREAKING LOGO NEWS: University Launches New ‘Denver Arch’