Photo: Cletus Twilly, Buck Dillon, and Bodean Bridges have all stated they have better things to do. Continue reading Don’t be these guys
Photo: Earlier this year, Construction workers placed the dome on the now nearly completed Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science building. Continue reading Labor Day Holiday Marks the End of Summer
In a somewhat surprising turn of events, after Arizona State had announced that it had applied for membership with the NCHC, the conference announced that it will not pursue expansion. Continue reading NCHC says no to Arizona State, conference expansion tabled
Follow the instructions below to order your Pio Posse seats in Section #20. You can now select your seats without calling the ticket office. In order to receive this limited time *offer:
- Go to the ticket office promotions page.
- Enter the offer code (DUBBALL99)
- Select seats & purchase
- Tickets will be sent out in October Continue reading Order Details Finalized for Pio Posse Tix
Deadspin got it right with an article entitled Las Vegas NHL Team Is Going To Choose Some Bland-As-Hell Name. The name of course is H-A-W-K-S.
Highly unoriginal – and boring, too. Continue reading Oh No-Not Another Hawk Hockey Team!
The Campus Lounge was filled to the brim with family, friends and local college hockey royalty sharing stories about Greg ‘Woody’ Woods. Woods passed away at age 61. The Woods family held a memorial in his honor, hosted by Jim Wiste, owner of the Campus Lounge and former DU hockey All-American. Continue reading Standing Room Only for Woody
While most DU students are still preparing for fall classes, DU has already taken to the courts and the fields. Continue reading DU Weekend Sports Brief
- Seats are cheaper than a Jim Montgomery haircut
- See a fast break!
- 13 games to figure out what IUPUI stands for
- Learn if the Pio’s scoreboard is programmed to show triple digit home team scores
- Free restrooms
What is ‘the next big thing’ when it comes to DU sports?
The sport could easily be volleyball. Denver replaced successful head coach Jesse Mahoney, who left DU for the same job with the University of Colorado, with assistant coach Tom Hogan. Expect the defending champs of the Summit League to repeat again this year with a mix of veteran experience and defensive aggression – they were one of the top shot-blocking teams in the country last year. DU is coming off a 27 win-season and is poised to take the ‘next step’. Continue reading The Next Big Thing Starts Tonight
We are pleased to announce the new Pio Posse Club for men’s basketball. This new fan-generated club was created for alumni and other friends of the program who want to sit behind DU’s bench and cheer on the Denver Pioneers. Our goal is simple: create a measurable home court advantage for DU hoops. Continue reading Pio Posse looks to Lasso Alums & Friends