Cycle City

Title puts CMU, Junction on the collegiate cycling map

BENJAMIN ZACK/Ogden Standard-Examiner From left to right in the foreground, Colorado Mesa University cyclists Quint Berkemeier, Cole Hanson, Sam Phillips and Patric Rostel compete in the team time trial at the USA Collegiate Road Cycling Championships in Ogden, Utah, on Friday. The Mavericks finished second to MIT over the weekend, but nonetheless secured the overall Division II national title.



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BENJAMIN ZACK/Ogden Standard-Examiner From left to right in the foreground, Colorado Mesa University cyclists Quint Berkemeier, Cole Hanson, Sam Phillips and Patric Rostel compete in the team time trial at the USA Collegiate Road Cycling Championships in Ogden, Utah, on Friday. The Mavericks finished second to MIT over the weekend, but nonetheless secured the overall Division II national title.

Patric Rostel was exhausted, with a mix of satisfaction and disappointment mingling with his emotions. It had been a strenuous three days in Utah. The Colorado Mesa University cycling team…




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