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Joe Paisley

College Hockey Reporter

  • OTC resident Lampe is Women's Wrestler of the Year

    Updated: Mon, Jun 16, 2014

    Colorado Springs-based Alyssa Lampe, pictured in red, was named the 2013 Women’s Wrestler of the Year by USA Wrestling. It is the first time Lampe has received the award. Lampe won a bronze medal at 105.5 pounds in Budapest, Hungary in September. She was one of three U.S. women...

  • Switchbacks anxious to get work started after council approval

    Updated: Fri, Jun 13, 2014

    The Colorado Springs Switchbacks pro soccer franchise hope to break ground later this month after its 10-year lease at Sand Creek Stadium was approved by the city. Franchise president Nick Ragain said the USL Pro organization started the permit process with the city in March but held...

  • Boston, LA lead 2024 bid short list

    Updated: Fri, Jun 13, 2014

    Boston, Los Angeles, the host of the successful 1984 Summer Olympics; San Francisco; and Washington, D.C. all made the USOC’s short list as the American finalists for a possible 2024 Summer Olympics bid, according to the Boston Globe. It was later confirmed by the USOC. “We would like...

  • Former Air Force forward Derrick Burnett takes home bronze from inline hockey world championships

    Published: Wed, Jun 11, 2014

    Most hockey players would be happy to have one memorable moment from their playing days. Former Air Force forward Derrick Burnett now has two. Burnett, a first lieutenant and range control officer at Cape Canaveral, Fla., took home a bronze medal playing as a defenseman for Team USA...

  • Loaded Under-18 men's basketball camp continues this week

    Updated: Tue, Jun 10, 2014

    Twenty-four of the nation's best high school juniors and seniors are battling for one of 12 final roster spots for the U.S. national Under-18 men's basketball team this week. The training camp sessions determine the Team USA roster for the FIBA Americans U18 Championships, which will...

  • Spreading the word: Kids meet their Olympians and soak in TrueSport's message

    Published: Tue, Jun 10, 2014

    Bradyn Dowling had to come. For half his young life, his goal was to compete in the Olympics in track and bobsled. On Tuesday, the 8-year-old met the first American woman, Lauryn Williams, to medal in both sports. It was a good day for the Ute Pass Elementary School student. "It's...

  • USOC mum on 2024 candidate cities; trumpets its SafeSport funding

    Published: Tue, Jun 10, 2014

    The number and names of the U.S. cities under consideration for a 2024 Summer Olympics bid will remain uncertain for another few days. But the U.S. Olympic Committee did put some money behind its SafeSport program. The Colorado Springs-based organization's board of directors...

  • Too close for comfort: Proximity behind argument between pro franchises Sky Sox and Switchbacks

    Published: Mon, Jun 9, 2014

    The distance is only 30 feet, but the local pro baseball franchise and new soccer team appear far from becoming friendly neighbors. The City Council will consider their concerns Tuesday. On the agenda is a 10-year lease of Sand Creek Stadium to the new USL Pro franchise, the Colorado...

  • USA Swimming CEO makes first public apology to sexual abuse victims

    Updated: Sat, Jun 7, 2014

    USA Swimming CEO Chuck Wielgus publicly apologized to sexual abuse victims for the first time since the scandal came to light four years ago. "I'm sorry," he said to open the statement. "These are powerful words some people have wanted to hear from me for a long time. I have been...

  • Olympic ice dancing winners taking next season off

    Updated: Fri, Jun 6, 2014

    The most-decorated ice dance team in American history, Olympic champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White, announced they will not compete this upcoming season. “We’re so grateful for the support we’ve received through this truly amazing year in our lives,” the Michigan...

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