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Rams Sports Review Feb. 22-24

February 25, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

MBB: Rams fall late to Lobos

The Colorado State Rams (21/22) had their 27-game home win streak snapped on Saturday, after falling to the New Mexico Lobos (16/16) in front of a sold out crowd at Moby Arena, 91-82. Read more.

Tennis: CSU drops 5-2 decision

The Colorado State women’s tennis team fell to Montana Sunday (5-2) in a home match played at Miramont Lifestyle Fitness. In doubles, the Rams dropped both the No. 1 and No. 3 matches, giving Montana the doubles point. In No. 2 doubles the tandem of Abby Stevens and Mollie Cooper defeated Montana’s Sasha Carter and Maddy Murray 8-6. Read more.

S&D: CSU seventh at MW Championships

The Rams finished seventh in the final day of the Mountain West Championships. Two new times now mark the CSU record books. Senior Breann Fuller and Freshman Erica Stock smashed previous-school records in the 200 Backstroke and 200 Breaststroke respectively. Fuller also received the Senior Recognition Award for her captivating career as a CSU Ram in and out of the pool. Read more.

T&F: Men fourth, women seventh

Trevor Brown has cemented himself within Colorado State's list of legendary athletes. The junior won his third straight Mountain West championship in the men's 60-meter hurdles, absolutely crushing his previous conference record of 7.84 seconds by running a blistering 7.77 time at the Jacksons Indoor Track at the Idaho Center. The time currently ranks tied for 14th in all of Division I. Brown dominated the competition; his next closest competitor, Boise State senior Rolando Trammel, finished in 7.92 seconds. "It's obvious that he's a dominant hurdler. He just keeps getting better," said Colorado State Head Coach Brian Bedard. Read more.

Men's golf: Rams 8th at Burns Intercollegiate

Colorado State finished its first tournament of the spring season with an eighth place finish at the 37th annual John A. Burns Intercollegiate at Turtle Bay Resort.  The Rams collectively shot a 309 (+21) in their final 18 holes, giving the team a three-day total of 905 (+41). Read more.

Softball: Rams offense stymied

The Colorado State softball team’s losing streak ran to six games on Saturday evening with losses to Virginia and Syracuse to close out the weekend of action at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. Read more.

Women's basketball: CSU falls at New Mexico

Second-half shooting woes were to blame in the loss at The Pit Saturday. Colorado State fell to the Lobos, 71-56. Read more.

Water polo: Rams shut out All-Stars

Taking advantage of a gap in its schedule, the Colorado State water polo team played an exhibition contest Saturday afternoon, defeating the Colorado Club All-Stars, 19-0. The game, played at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center, featured the top club players from Air Force, the University of Colorado and the University of Denver. Read more.

Women's golf: Rams in hunt for top-10 finish

The Colorado State women’s golf program sits alone in 11th place after two rounds at the Westbrook Spring Invitational, after battling windy conditions and temperatures that dipped into the 40s during Sunday’s opening rounds. Read more.