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Rams Sports Review Sept. 26-29

Sept. 30, 2013

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

FB: Offense explodes in win

With 1,088 yards of total offense and 101 points combined, Colorado State and UTEP put on a show for the fans at Hughes Stadium on Saturday, with the Rams (2-3, 0-0 MW) prevailing over the Miners 59-42 to notch their fifth consecutive home win. Read more.

VB: Rams earn win, remain perfect

No. 19 Colorado State was one point away from a three-set sweep on Saturday — twice — but New Mexico battled back to win sets 3 and 4, and took a three-point lead late in Set 5 before the Rams came from behind to defeat the Lobos (27-25, 25-18, 25-27, 16-25, 15-13) and remain undefeated on the season (12-0, 3-0 MW). CSU is one of six undefeated teams in the country. Read more.

WSoc: CSU falls in first Border War

The Colorado State Rams (1-6-2, 0-2-0 Mountain West) lost in the Border War to Wyoming (4-6-2, 1-0-0) 3-0 in front of 450 fans decked out in their orange gear at Fort Collins Soccer Complex Sunday. The Cowgirls got on the board early with what turned out to be the game-winning goal from just inside the penalty box by Sammi Dunda in the 10th minute of play. Read more.

Tennis: Rams conclude play at Air Force Invitational

The Rams tennis team wrapped up play at the Air Force Invitational on Sunday afternoon and Head Coach Jon Messick was pleased with improvement that his team showed. Injuries have forced Messick to reshuffle his lineup as Colorado State begins the 2013-14 season but this has allowed players to gain valuable experience and in certain situations impress the 29-year coach. Read more.
Sunday recap | Saturday | Friday

MGo: Harrell leads Rams to ninth-place finish at Tucker

Colorado State junior Cameron Harrell led the way for the third straight tournament, pacing the Rams men’s golf team in a ninth-place finish against an impressive field at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate at the UNM Championship Course. Saturday recap | Friday.

WSoc: Rams battle conditions, lose to Air Force in OT

Playing in a cold rain and wind, the Colorado State Rams (1-5-2, 0-1-0 MW) lost their Mountain West opener in overtime to Air Force (2-6-1, 1-0-0 MW) 2-1 in front of 200 fans that braved the conditions. Read more.

Moby Madness signals start of hoops season

With the Colorado State men's basketball team holding its first official practice of the season Friday morning, and the women's squad slated to start workouts next week, basketball season has clearly arrived at Moby Arena. The buzz around Moby Arena is growing every day as the 2013-14 basketball season draws closer, and Rams fans can get caught up in the excitement, and even participate in the show, when the Colorado State men's and women's basketball teams host Moby Madness on Thursday evening, Oct. 3. Read more.

VB: CSU sweeps Air Force to improve to 11-0

Off to its best start since 2001, the Colorado State Rams (11-0, 2-0 MW) persevered through early adversity and swept intra-state rival Air Force (25-20, 25-19, 25-16) Thursday night at Falcon Court at East Gym. Read more.