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Rams Sports Review Oct. 21-24

Oct. 24, 2013

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

WSoc: Final road trip

The Colorado State Rams are on the road as they conclude their first season in the Mountain West. The first-year program has had varied results throughout the season, and is looking to end the year on a good note. Read more.

S&D: Milone honored

Colorado State diver Ariana Milone has been named this week's Mountain West Women's Diver of the Week. The award, which was announced by the conference Wednesday morning, is Milone's second of her young career. Read more.

VB: Rams host two

The No. 12 Colorado State volleyball team hosts two matches this week against Fresno State and San Jose State at Moby Arena. Read more.

MG: Rams take second

The Colorado State men's golf team closed the fall season on Tuesday in strong fashion, capturing a second-place finish at the 2013 Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate at the New Mexico State Golf Course. Read more.

CC: Rams remain ranked

Despite having last week off, the Colorado State men’s cross country team remained ranked in the United States Track & Field Cross Country Association NCAA Division I Cross Country Coaches’ Poll, entering the week at the No. 22 slot. Read more.

FB: Rams travel to Hawai'i

Colorado State (3-4, 1-1) will conclude a mini two-game road trip in Honolulu on Saturday, Oct. 26, as the Rams take on Hawai’i. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. HT, 10 p.m. MT. CSU hasn’t traveled to Hawai’i since 1996 when the Rams prevailed 28-16. Read more.

VB: Rams 12th in poll

The Colorado State volleyball team remained put at No. 12 in this week’s AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 Poll. CSU earned three more total points, but did not change positions after a pair of road wins against two of the top teams in the Mountain West. Read more.

Basketball tickets on sale

Colorado State athletics officials announced Monday that season and select single-game tickets for both the CSU men’s and women’s basketball teams are on sale now, with men’s season tickets priced at $150 for 21 home games, and women’s season tickets available for $110 with 17 home games on the schedule. Single-game ticket prices for men’s games start as low as $10 per game, while the women’s tickets begin as low as $6 per game. Read more.