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Rams Sports Review April 25-28

April 28, 2013

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

SB: Rams win 5-4 at Boise State

The Colorado State water polo team earned a program-record four postseason honors Monday, as three different Rams were recognized by the Western Water Polo Association. Read more.

WP:  Rams 4th at WWPA

Despite a 12-7 loss to Santa Clara on Sunday afternoon, the Colorado State water polo team finished fourth at the WWPA Championships, tying the program’s best mark. Read more.

Track: Green wins heptathlon

The Colorado State track & field team participated in the second day of its weekend home meet Friday, wrapping up the Glenn Morris Multi-Events portion of the meet and beginning the remaining events of the Jack Christiansen Invitational. Read more.

W. Golf: Rams finish 7th at MW

The Colorado State women’s golf team closed play at the 2013 Mountain West Championship on Saturday at the Dinah Shore Tournament Course at the Mission Hills Country Club. The Rams finished seventh in the tournament, behind a top-20 individual performance by junior Emily Roering. Read more.

Football: Three Rams invited to NFL camps

Colorado State offensive lineman Joe Caprioglio, punter Pete Kontodiakos and cornerback Momo Thomas have been invited to NFL camps. Read more.

M. Golf: CSU finishes 8th at Cougar Classic

The Rams were unable to gather any momentum in the final round of the Cougar Classic, and after three rounds, Colorado State finished in eighth place with a total team score of 876 (+12). Read more.

Football: CBS Sports Network to air 5 Rams game in 2013

The second year of Colorado State football under Head Coach Jim McElwain begins on Sunday, Sept. 1 at 4 p.m. MT. The annual rivalry game against Colorado, in addition to four other contests, will be broadcast to a nationwide television audience on CBS Sports Network. Read more.