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CU At The Game Podcast – Interview with CU sophomore hurdler Reese Renz

I am joined for this episode by CU hurdler Reese Renz. Reese is a sophomore on the CU track and field team, currently competing in the indoor track season, soon to become the outdoor track season. Reese came to CU from Bakersfield, California, and her recruiting story is one you won’t want to miss hearing about. We also talk about how she came to run track and field, what it was like moving to Boulder, and how she is doing in her second season running for the black-and-gold.

This podcast is a slight departure from our normal areas of emphasis, but, over the course of the 20 interviews of the CU at the Game NIL Campaign, we’ll be taking a few roads less traveled, and I hope you will happily come along for the ride.

So … What is it like to be recruited for an Olympic sport, especially in a COVID year in which there were little or no athletic events in California? … What is a day-in-the-life like for a CU track student athlete? … And what connection do Reese and I share – one that goes back over four decades? …

Let’s find out …

Previous podcasts … All of the Episodes from Season 1 (2020), and Season 2 (2021), can be downloaded here … The most recent … 

Below is Episode 6 of Season 3 for the CU at the Game Podcast. You can listen to the podcast simply by clicking on the play button below, or listen it to it here at Buzzsprout, or at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, IHeartRadio … or wherever you find your podcasts!

One Reply to “CUATG Podcast – Interview with Hurdler Reese Renz”

  1. That’s another fun interview.

    70 degree days in CA in Feb are no joke. I guess if there’s no precip, it may as well be 60s and 70s and sunny.

    I do miss winter a bit though. We had a 210″ snowfall December, and so far, maybe 10″ in 2022. That ain’t great. Hoping for a miracle March. I guess that goes for everything from the Rockies west, too, though.

    Think snow! And go Buffs.

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