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Cycling Powers to 13th Consecutive Conference Crown

Cycling Powers to 13th Consecutive Conference Crown

Sharome Burton, Sports Reporter/Photographer

April 3, 2019


Filed under Feature, Sports

FULL DISCLOSURE: Sharome Burton is a member of the cycling team The cycling team's status as mammoths of the sport in the region was confirmed once again on March 1 when the team powered its way to their 13 South Central Collegiate Conference Championship (SCCCC) title at the Mean Green Classic ra...

Cycling dominates in Oklahoma

Cycling dominates in Oklahoma

Sharome Burton, Sports Reporter/Photographer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Sports

FULL DISCLOSURE: Sharome Burton is a member of the cycling team Cycling continued its trend of producing results on March 9-10 in Norman, Oklahoma where the University of Oklahoma hosted the 2019 Land Ronde — the fourth race weekend of the South Central Collegiate Cycling Conference Championships. ...

Conference lead challenged in Aggieland

Conference lead challenged in Aggieland

Sharome Burton, Sports Reporter/Photographer

February 19, 2019


Filed under Feature, Sports

Cycling’s grip on the South Central Collegiate Cycling Conference (SCCCC) Title received a major challenge Feb. 17 after its conference rivals rallied back at the second weekend of the road racing season hosted by Texas A&M in College Station, Texas. Cycling started the weekend strongly, with...

Graduate student claims triple-gold

Graduate student claims triple-gold

Sharome Burton, Sports Reporter/Photographer

February 12, 2019


Filed under Sports

Exercise physiology graduate Zach Gregg sped his way to gold in all three disciplines as he set the tone of dominance for the Cycling team in the opening race weekend of the South Central Collegiate Cycling Conference (SCCCC) road race season hosted by Texas State in San Marcos, Texas on Feb. 10. Competing...

MSU cyclists compete in Hotter ‘N Hell

MSU cyclists compete in Hotter ‘N Hell

Justin Marquart

August 29, 2017


Filed under Sports

It's a warm, bright Sunday morning. Hotter 'N Hell Hundred traffic has slowed to a lull, and the Multipurpose Event Center parking lot isn't overflowing with cars anymore. The third day of the triple threat weekend was the most relaxed, but there was still work to do for MSU cyclists Jason Perki...

Hotter ‘N Hell off to rainy start

Kara McIntyre

August 25, 2017


Filed under Campus, Local, News

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Cycling nationals was ‘almost poetic’

Cycling nationals was ‘almost poetic’

Kara McIntyre

May 2, 2017


Filed under Campus, News, Sports

While most students were camping out in the library, cracking open textbooks — sometimes for the first time this semester — and cramming for finals this weekend, the cycling team jetted off to Grand Junction, Colorado for the U.S.A. Cycling Collegiate and Para Road Nationals. The team has b...

Hotter ’N Hell just a warm up

Hotter ’N Hell just a warm up

Lane Riggs

August 28, 2016


Filed under Sports

The four days of the 35th Hotter ’N Hell races started off with the lowest temperatures in the past four years of the event — temperatures that gave the 100-mile-race its name. Though the ‘cool’ temperatures helped with the race, the rain during the men’s race on Aug. 26 posed a problem for MSU c...

Three cyclists take a break from competition

Three cyclists take a break from competition

Harley Warrick

May 3, 2016


Filed under Sports

After starting cycling at young ages, Luke Allen, sophomore Spanish and political science major, Garrett Hobbs, junior finance, and Cameron Lowery, junior nursing, decided to take a semester off from competition to focus on school and work."It really is like a full time job when you think about it," Lowery sai...

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