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Rams Sports Review April 4-7

April 8, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

FB: 123-play scrimmage

After Colorado State's 123-play scrimmage Saturday, Head Coach Jim McElwain expressed how pleased he was with his team's progress. "Night and day from a year ago," McElwain said. Read more.

T&F: CSU performs well

Colorado State wrapped up the Air Force Relays Saturday, exhibiting a solid performance by earning a total of nine event victories amongst a large number of high finishes at the Cadet Outdoor Track & Field Complex. Read more.

WP: Rams go 1-4 in California

Colorado State went 1-4 over the weekend, picking up a crucial conference win against Cal State Monterey Bay on Saturday. The Rams are in good position for a No. 4 seed entering the WWPA Championships, which would tie the program’s highest seed. Read more.

Tennis: Rams lose to Fresno State

The 60th-ranked Fresno State Bulldogs downed the Colorado State women's tennis team 7-0 Saturday in a Mountain West Conference match played at the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center. Read more.

Tennis: Nevada topples CSU

The Colorado State women's tennis team completed its two-match weekend trip to California on Sunday with a 6-1 setback to a strong Nevada team in a Mountain West Conference match played at Fresno State's Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center. Read more.

SB: Rams drop series to Texas A&M

The Rams recorded four hits in the game, one each from junior Ashlie Ortega, freshman Jaelyn Manzanares, sophomore Molly Randle, and junior Kendal Butterfield. Butterfield and Randle each scored once for the Rams. Read more.