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March 24, 2013

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TEN: Rams earn pair of wins

The Colorado State women’s tennis defeated the Cal State Los Angeles Golden Eagles 5-4 Saturday for its second consecutive victory. The two teams played in Division III format thus each match, including doubles, counts for one point. Read more.

MGO: CSU closes Thunderbird Invitational tied for 12th

The Colorado State men’s golf team struggled during the last day of action at the Thunderbird Intercollegiate, falling into a tie for 12th place with a final-round team score of 300 (+16) on Sunday afternoon at Arizona State’s Karsten Golf Course. Read more.

T&F: CSU wraps up successful meet at Jerry Quiller Classic

Battling through cold, windy and snowy conditions, Colorado State excelled, with seven first-place finishes and multiple personal bests in the Jerry Quiller Classic at Potts Field on Saturday. Read more.

SB: Rams drop series at Utah State

After opening the season 15-5 and off to its best start in 25 years, the Colorado State softball team took a step backward this weekend, starting Mountain West play 0-3 after a 7-2 loss at Utah State Sunday. Read more.

WBB: Rams get knocked out in first round of WNIT

The Colorado State Rams (25-8) were knocked out of the first round of the women's NIT on Thursday night with a 71-56 loss at Moby Arena to Big Sky regular season co-champions, Southern Utah. The Rams closed out their historic 2013-14 campaign with 25 wins, which is tied for the third most wins in school history, previously done in 2000-01.  The loss also snaps CSU's home win streak at 13 games. Read more.