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Joe Paisley

College Hockey Reporter

  • Faith keeps blind swimmer on track for Rio Paralympics

    Updated: Fri, Sep 5, 2014

    Blind swimmer Tharon Drake has faith in himself and in God. Drake is an American hopeful preparing for the 2016 Paralympics, which start two years from this Sunday. He took a significant step toward the podium in Rio with a strong performance at the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming...

  • Blind judo athlete Dartanyon Crockett remains focused despite life-changing moments

    Updated: Thu, Sep 4, 2014

    Dartanyon Crockett has few moments when he can reflect on how his life has changed. It has been two years since he surprised himself and his coach by garnering a bronze medal in visually impaired judo at the London Paralympics. But the wrestler turned judo athlete remains the young...

  • Negatives overshadow few positives in trying season for Sky Sox

    Updated: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    It was a historic season for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox for reasons good and bad; mostly bad. The franchise recorded its worst win-loss record in its 27 years by finishing 53-91, including a 6-4 setback in Omaha in Monday's season finale. The old futility mark was 55-89 in 1998....

  • U.S. Olympic Training Center will charge for tours

    Updated: Tue, Sep 2, 2014

    In an effort to avoid cutting funding for its athletes, the U.S. Olympic Training Center will charge for tours of its Colorado Springs facility starting Monday. The price for tours is $5 per adult with children under age 10 free. Senior, group and military discounts are available....

  • Air Force men's soccer ties Navy, women lose

    Published: Fri, Aug 29, 2014

    The Air Force women’s soccer team suffered a painful lesson on Friday night. Do not let a team you are dominating hang around. North Dakota State took advantage of the Falcons’ missed opportunities in regulation to escape with a 2-1 win in double overtime at Cadet Soccer Stadium....

  • Colorado College men's soccer coach Richardson starts 50th season

    Updated: Fri, Aug 29, 2014

    In 1966, Horst Richardson had no idea he would be entering his 50th season as the Colorado College men's soccer coach this Friday. "I really didn't," he said while the Tigers readied for their season opener against Occidental College at 7 p.m. "I still had the option to become an Air...

  • Tigers in Europe, AFA commit, Eric Rud, NCHC officials award, Carlo, Howe

    Updated: Fri, Aug 29, 2014

    This Air Force commit's journey to the academy proved to be a long one. Former CC assistant Eric Rud hired two new assistants for the St. Cloud State omwne's hockey program.

  • Sky Sox lose home finale to finish with franchise-worst home mark

    Updated: Thu, Aug 28, 2014

    The Sky Sox wanted to win for their record-setting fans, but they could not deliver a clutch hit, as was often the case this season. El Paso starter Jason Lane threw seven strong innings and the Sky Sox were unable to advance past second base over the final four innings of their home...

  • Sky Sox set attendance record, eye 350K plateau

    Updated: Wed, Aug 27, 2014

    Despite a 7-4 loss to El Paso, the 7,630 fans on hand Tuesday left Security Service Field entertained, judging from the cheers throughout the Pacific Coast League game. That is why the Triple-A franchise broke its season attendance record (339,009, 2011) with 344,523 so far and one...

  • Error-prone Sky Sox watch lead slip away in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sun, Aug 24, 2014

    Four errors by the Sky Sox proved too much to overcome as the hosts stumbled to a 9-7 loss to El Paso. "That's pretty much the story of our year," said right fielder Kyle Parker, whose two-run single in the sixth gave Colorado Springs a short-lived 7-4 lead. "The guys are playing hard...