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Sports / Recreation

Rams Sports Review Jan. 30-Feb. 2

Feb. 3, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from CSURams.com.

WBB: Rams have record-breaking day in 95-48 victory over San Diego State

Saturday was a day for the record books as the Colorado State Rams (16-4, 8-1 MW) remained atop the Mountain West standings with a remarkable 95-48 victory over San Diego State (7-11, 4-4 MW) at Moby Arena. The 47-point victory is the third largest conference victory all-time for CSU, and is the largest since the Rams defeated Air Force by 65 points in the 1998-99 season. Additionally, it is the largest victory for Colorado State over any opponent since the 2004-05 season, when the Rams knocked off Iona by 49 points. Read more.

MBB: Rams fall at No. 5 San Diego State

On Saturday, Steve Fisher earned his 300th win with the Aztecs in yet another milestone in his 14-plus seasons on Montezuma Mesa. Xavier Thames scored 24 points and Winston Shepard had 17 to lead No. 5 San Diego State to a 65-56 victory over Colorado State. Read more.

S&D: Rams close dual-meet season with winning record despite loss to AFA

The Colorado State swimming & diving team closed its dual-meet season on Saturday, falling at home to Air Force, 176.5-123.5. Despite the loss, the Rams finished the regular season with a dual-meet record of 6-5, their most victories and first winning record since 2009-10. Read more.

TEN: Rams drop spring season opener at Colorado 7-0

The Colorado State women’s tennis team opened its season on Saturday, but fell, 7-0, to in-state rival Colorado at the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center in Boulder. Read more.

WBB: CSU's Duffy earns spot on Capital One Academic All-District team

Colorado State sophomore Caitlin Duffy has been named first-team Capital One Academic All-District 7 by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The 5-11 guard is now eligible for national Academic All-American honor. Read more.

SB: CSU has high hopes for 2014 season

After back-to-back second-place finishes in the Mountain West, Head Coach Jen Fisher and the Colorado State Rams have their sights set high for the 2014 softball season. Read more.

Record-number 47 Rams earn Fall 2013 Academic All-Mountain West honors

A record 47 Colorado State student-athletes earned recognition from the Mountain West for their work in the classroom during the fall 2013 seasons. The Fall 2013 Mountain West Academic All-Conference honorees, which were announced by the league on Thursday, are represented by 534 total student-athletes from the MW, a new league record. Read more.