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Rams Sports Review Sept. 30 through Oct. 2

Oct. 3, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

"Day of Service" benefits homeless

Colorado State’s nearly 400 student-athletes are challenged to make a difference in competition and in the classroom. Read more.

MBB: Knee injury end Carr's career

Colorado State men’s basketball head coach Larry Eustachy announced Wednesday that Rams guard Jesse Carr has re-injured the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee for a second time in just more than 12 months, prematurely ending the senior’s collegiate career. Read more.

FB: Cartwright earns Tight End of the Week

Individual awards continue to roll in for Colorado State student-athletes coming off Saturday’s 59-42 victory over UTEP. Read more.

CC: Goodman earns MW Athlete of the Week

Capitalizing on a stellar performance at Saturday's Roy Griak Invitational, Colorado State's Andrew Goodman earned Mountain West Athlete of the Week. The conference made the announcement Tuesday. Read more.

FB: Barrett earns Nagurski national honor

Senior linebacker Shaquil Barrett continues to garner weekly honors after last Saturday’s performance against UTEP. Read more | National Player of the Week

CC: Men's cross country team ranks No. 16

Colorado State entered Week 3 of the 2013 season ranked in the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Association National Coaches Poll at No. 16. Read more.

FB: Rams use bye week to fine-tune and reflect

Colorado State enters a bye week after defeating UTEP 59-42, for its fifth-consecutive home win. The Rams did not practice Monday but will return to the field for practices Tuesday through Thursday. Head Coach Jim McElwain met with the media for his weekly press conference at noon and the second-year coach touched on topics ranging from the stellar play of linebacker Shaquil Barrett to what the team will look to accomplish during the bye week. Read more.

VB: CSU ranked No. 17

Now one of just four undefeated teams in the country, the Colorado State volleyball team continues to climb the national rankings, moving up to No. 17 in the AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 Poll on Monday. The two-spot jump comes after a pair of road wins last week against Air Force and New Mexico. Read more.