Western Wrestling — It’s difficult to accuse the Western Colorado University wrestling program of resting on its laurels. Following the Mountaineers’ success last season, head coach Charlie Pipher and his team have come into the 2018-19 campaign dominating their first two duals.

Western Women’s Basketball — Gradual improvement.

That is what the Western Colorado University women’s basketball team has accomplished over the past few seasons, managing to improve their back-to-back seasons.

Western Men’s Hockey — As music played in the background, defenseman Alex Gresham and the rest of the Western men’s club ice hockey team suited up for their game versus Colorado School of Mines in the locker room of the Jorgensen ice rink this past Sunday.

Western Wrestling — Saturday's wrestling dual between ninth-ranked Western Colorado University and No. 2 University of Nebraska Kearney (UNK) became an instant classic. Western came from 11 points down to pull off a comeback, upsetting UNK 18-17.

Western Cross Country — Under a steady mist at the Stenger Soccer Complex in Arvada, Colo., the Western Colorado University cross country teams ran to second place finishes at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships (RMAC) this past Saturday.

Western Men’s Basketball — Putting together the pieces for a successful season can prove a tough task. While Western Colorado University men’s basketball team knew how that felt for the last four years, they have finally figured out the formula.

GHS Cross Country — The Cowboys cross country runners are becoming accustomed to quality finishes at the state’s biggest meets.

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