Pioneers win games without fan support

In the three rows of this section, only eight seats are occupied at this basketball game at the University of Denver.

Despite being ranked the #1 athletic program in the entire country amongst universities without football teams, the University of Denver continues to have a lack of support at a myriad of its athletic events.

The athletic program at the University of Denver has an impressive resume that proudly displays its exceptional success. Home to 28 national championships, the Denver Pioneers have seen success throughout the entire program. Additionally, 108 student athletes throughout the history of the program have won individual national championships. The University of Denver’s athletic program possesses a rich in history of success that cover a significant span of time.

2011 marked the 4th consecutive year that the University of Denver was awarded with the prestigious Directors’ Cup. The cup exemplifies athletic success demonstrated by student athletes, and is awarded to the university that has amassed the most athletic achievements without a football team. Thanks to strong seasons put on by fall, winter, and spring teams, the Pioneers have held onto the award for four straight years.

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