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Rams Sports Review April 17-20

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A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

FB: Gold defeats Green in annual Spring Game

The Rams took the field for the final time this spring in their annual Green and Gold Spring Game held in front of 3,100 fans. The Gold team - which was made up of the defense - defeated the Green squad - featuring the offense - in the game, 45-40. Read more.

SB: Rams sweep Wolf Pack to move into 1st-place tie

The Colorado State softball team completed its sweep of the Nevada Wolf Pack on Saturday, doing so in walk-off fashion. With the 4-3 win, CSU moved into a first-place tie in the Mountain West standings. Despite starting conference play 0-3, CSU (27-10, 8-4 MW) has since won eight of its last nine MW games to move to the top of the standings. Overall, the Rams have won 12 of their last 13 contests, including 10 in a row at home. Read more.

T&F: Several Rams have top performances in California

The Rams wrapped up their three-day track and field competition in California Saturday. Their final marks and times put them in good standings for the rest of the season. Senior Trevor Brown competed at the Mt. SAC Relays 110-meter hurdles invite event. He came in eighth with a time of 13. 64 seconds, a season-best. He now ranks eighth in the country. Aaliyah Pete finished sixth in the invite for women’s shot put. Her final throw fell at 51 feet, 7.25 inches. Read more.

MGo: Edens captures top-10 finish at El Macero Classic

Colorado State senior Parker Edens notched a top-10 finish on Sunday, turning in an impressive round to cap a steady weekend of golf at the El Macero Classic in a tie for sixth place. Edens, and fellow team anchors junior Cameron Harrell and sophomore Dominic Kieffer all closed the weekend with strong showings in the final round, but the Rams were unable to come away with a solid fourth score and slid from fifth place into a seventh-place finish at El Macero Country Club. Read more.

TEN: Rams lose Border War to Wyoming, 7-0

The Colorado State women’s tennis team fell to Wyoming, 7-0, Saturday afternoon at the University Tennis Complex. The Rams honored seniors Kaley Schultz and Lauren Pick during the match in a ceremony preformed by parents and staff. Read more.