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For its athletes and fans, the Intercollegiate Athletics program at MSU Denver is an integral part of campus life. The MSU Denver Roadrunners compete at the Division II level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The university offers 15 intercollegiate sports. MSU Denver is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). Each of the Roadrunner teams competes within the 14-member conference that includes schools in Colorado, New Mexico and Nebraska. Since joining the RMAC in 1996, MSU Denver has won 35 RMAC Tournament championships and 33 regular season championships.
In the history of athletics at MSU Denver, the Roadrunners have been a national and conference powerhouse. Both the men’s basketball team (2000, 2002) and the women’s soccer team (2004, 2006) have captured two NCAA championships. In 2008-09, MSU Denver won the prestigious Wells Fargo All-Sports Competition Cup from the RMAC as the conference’s most successful program during the year and finished 13th in the Division II Director’s Cup Standings. Since that year, 13 of MSU Denver’s 15 teams have participated in NCAA postseason play. The softball team advanced to the College World Series in 2010, the women’s basketball team reached the Elite Eight in 2011, and the men’s basketball team reached the Elite 8 in 2012. The Roadrunners have also had two individual national championships in track as Anthony Luna won the 800 meters in indoor and outdoor track in 2009.
Follow Intercollegiate Athletics at www.GoMetroState.com for the latest highlights, schedules and more. We hope to see you at the games continuing the rich tradition of school spirit around our Roadrunner teams!