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High expectations motivate Colorado College XC team

Published by
Coach Matt   Sep 1st 2010, 5:15am

You can lay to rest any notion that the Colorado College men's cross country team remains content with last year's Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship and appearance at the NCAA Division III national meet. 

With their commitment to training during the last three months, the Tigers firmly demonstrated that they want much more.

Most of the team’s top veterans spent their summers in or near the Rocky Mountains, including several locations at altitudes considerably higher than Colorado Springs, in an effort to be at their best during the 2010 season.

"Coaches are always concerned that a team might take things for granted or rest on its laurels," said head coach Ted Castaneda, who is entering his 30th season at CC. "I’m not worried because a lot of guys stayed in Colorado all summer to train. In fact, there is a higher level of commitment, more excitement, and the willingness to put in even more work to achieve even better results this year."

Read the full article at: www.cctigers.com
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