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Sports / Recreation

Rams Sports Review Nov. 14-17

Nov. 18, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

FB: CSU wins sixth of the year

Sophomore running back Kapri Bibbs continued his record-setting season with six rushing touchdowns to help Colorado State knock off New Mexico 66-42 Saturday night in Albuquerque to improve to 6-5 on the season. Bibbs ran for 291 yards on 38 carries and the Rams compiled the third-highest yardage total in school history with 649, including a balanced 347 rushing and 302 passing. Read more.

VB: CSU wins fifth straight MW title

Head Coach Tom Hilbert and the Colorado State women’s volleyball program added another trophy to its collection on Saturday, winning a fifth consecutive Mountain West conference championship. Read more.

MBB: Avila, Bejarano key Rams' victory

Behind the strong play of juniors Daniel Bejarano and J.J. Avila, the Colorado State Rams (2-1) cruised to an impressive 88-67 victory over Weber State (1-2) at Moby Arena on Saturday afternoon. Read more.

WBB: Rams cruise past Bulldogs

The Colorado State women's basketball team set several career highs Saturday afternoon, taking the game, 92-77, over the Drake Bulldogs at Moby Arena. Read more.

VB: No. 10 Rams run win streak to 25 with sweep over Air Force

The 2013 Colorado State women's volleyball team again found itself in the record books on Friday night, sweeping Air Force at Moby Arena for its 25th straight victory (25-21, 25-20, 25-21). Read more.

XC: CSU men finish sixth, women 10th at NCAA regional

Running among the stiffest competition in the nation, the Colorado State men’s cross country team did something it hasn’t done in nine years on Friday, qualify for the NCAA Cross Country Championships. Read more.

MGOLF: CSU men's golf inks two to National Letters of Intent

Colorado State men’s golf head coach Christian Newton announced Friday that Kyler Dunkel and Colton Yates have signed National Letters of Intent during the NCAA’s early signing period to compete at Colorado State. Read more.