University of Denver men's lacrosse coach Bill Tierney, now with a record seven NCAA championships, might keep coaching until he is 70. Or, the 63-year-old could retire in a year or so.
The day-after-Memorial-Day party could became an annual event for coach Bill Tierney's boys.
Philadelphia PA: After going through an long season which includes postseason play, the 2 best teams remain to battle it out for the national championship as Maryland Terrapins took on the Denver Pioneers on Monday at Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia. Maryland got to the title game by defeating John Hopkins in the semifinals while […]
The 2015 NCAA Lacrosse Tournament is in the books and the Denver Pioneers are your national champions.
Denver defeated the maryland Terrapins, 10-6, in the men’s final in Philadelphia on Monday afternoon. Denver got off to a hot start and never looked back.
As the game neared it’s end, the Pioneers continued to pull away.
When the final whistle sounded, Denver got to celebrate...
Even though the Pioneers aren't familiar with playing in the title game, they have learned plenty about the championship weekend stage.
Wesley Berg will leave DU as the school's career leader in goals, with 180 in 71 games going into the weekend, and points (247).
Seven members of the Denver Pioneers men's lacrosse team earned All-American honors on Thursday.
Denver head coach Joe Scott (AAron Ontiveroz, Denver Post file)Joe Rosga, a 6-foot-3 senior guard at Cretin-Durham Hall High School in St.
Two men's lacrosse upsets Sunday sent Maryland and Johns Hopkins to the NCAA Final Four, joining Notre Dame and the University of Denver at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field for Saturday's national semifinals.
In a lightning-delayed NCAA Tournament quarterfinal at Sports Authority Field at Mile High that kept the onlooking Denver Pioneers anxious Saturday afternoon, top-seeded Notre Dame was outscored 5-0 in the third quarter before going on a 6-0 run to defeat Albany (N.Y) 14-10.
College lacrosse's most traveled team is getting the relief it deserves.
In beating the Brown Bears 15-9 on Sunday at sold-out Barton Lacrosse Stadium to extend their nationally leading home-winning streak to 16 games, the Denver Pioneers advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
The Denver Pioneers' path to making their fourth NCAA Final Four appearance in the past five years goes through Denver.
Field lacrosse goalies are human fly swatters trying to catch a miniature cannon ball.
The rich got richer — and better insured — when freshman Trevor Baptiste joined the University of Denver men's lacrosse team this season.
Wesley Berg was beyond hot Friday. The Denver Outlaws' draftee did more offensive damage in half of an NCAA lacrosse game than any scorer in University of Denver history produced in a complete game.
Getting ejected in his final game and watching Providence score the game-winning goal during his major penalty was crushing for everyone involved.
The 2015 NCAA hockey tournament got underway on this weekend and Sunday night will decide the finals teams that will make a trip to the 2015 Frozen Four in Boston, Massachusetts in April.
The No. 2 seeded Denver Pioneers take on the No. 4 Providence College Friars at 5:00 p.m. eastern in the East Regional finals. The Friars look to become the second Hockey East team to earn...
DENVER PIONEERS BEAT BOSTON COLLEGE 5-2 IN EAST REGIONAL SEMIFINAL. Game story is here.
Five years ago, the Rochester Institute of Technology stunned the college hockey world by making it to the Frozen Four in Detroit after beating the second-ranked Denver Pioneers and the New Hampshire Wildcats. Getting there had a prerequisite of winning the conference playoff title, a feat the program had yet to repeat since. That is, […]
The post Atlantic Hockey Final: Tigers...
It didn't take long for the Denver Pioneers to bounce back.The disappointment of Friday's National Collegiate Hockey Conference tournament semifinal loss still fresh, the
The ultimate goal is still there. In a week the Denver Pioneers will be one of 16 teams vying for a national title.
Denver Pioneers winger Ty Loney never has raised the Stanley Cup.You might say, though, that he was raised in it.
The University of Colorado ski team put individual accomplishments aside Saturday, skiing with a strategy with limited risks to get all of its racers through the slalom, and the end result delivered the title to the Buffaloes.
DU got more from Moore and help from Heinen in Saturday's Game 2, with both young stars scoring to lead the Pioneers to a 4-0 victory and a sweep of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference playoff series at Magness Arena.