Category Archives: Triathlon

Conference Championships Highlight DU’s Weekend

Over this past weekend, DU earned two NCAA Tournament soccer berths, one by the old-fashioned way and the other via a COVID shortened season. Also, Denver women’s swimming won the Summit League in Fargo, North Dakota. First place women’s and men’s lacrosse teams experienced overtime highs and lows on road trips but both remain in first place in the BIG EAST. Continue reading Conference Championships Highlight DU’s Weekend

Authentic Denver Triathlon Gear Available for a Limited Time

One of the first questions we had of new DU Triathlon head coach Barbara Perkins was when could fans order branded gear for themselves, spouses, or family members.  That day has arrived, just in time for spring and summer biking season. Now, for a limited time only, you can order the same kit (jersey & bibs) worn by DU Triathlon athletes. Men’s and women’s sizes are available. Continue reading Authentic Denver Triathlon Gear Available for a Limited Time

Denver Weekend Update: Big Weekend for Brooms

DU was on both ends of the broom this weekend.

Denver volleyball (9-1) swept North Dakota on the road 3-0 (25-13, 25-14, 25-14) and 3-0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-21) to go 9-1 in the Summit League. Denver women’s soccer (8-1, 8-0) swept North Dakota State University at Diane Wendt Field by scores of 1-0 and 3-0. Sami Feller’s header won the first match at 62:10 while three players scored goals in match two for the sweep. Denver men’s soccer (2-2) was swept by Oral Roberts 1-0 and 1-0 at Diane Wendt Field. Denver could only get four shots-on-goal in 180 minutes of play.

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Monday Morning Pioneer News Dump

  • While DU may not be the Harvard of the west, Denver is quickly becoming the Yale of the Rockies. DU already added lacrosse transfers Jackson Morrill and Lucas Cotler from Yale and last week, DU Hockey head coach David Carle followed in Bill Tierney’s footsteps and added grad transfer goalie Corbin Kaczperski to the roster. Kaczperski will start classes at DU in the spring which makes him eligible to begin playing for the Pios in December when the NCHC Pod begins.
  • Staying with hockey, the Pioneers were picked to finish 2nd in the NCHC behind only North Dakota by media members from around the conference and country. The full preseason poll is just below:

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DU Triathlon Head Coach Has Lofty Expectations and the Track Record to Prove It

DU’s newly added sport, Women’s Triathalon, has been moved to the spring but new head coach Barbara Perkins is going full-speed building her team, establishing a competitive culture and dreaming of achieving history at DU. But, Perkins concedes that it will take time no matter how easy it is to get caught up in her enthusiasm for the sport.

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