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Rams Sports Review Oct. 31-Nov.3

Nov. 3, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

VB: Rams make history at Utah St.

The ninth-ranked Colorado State volleyball team has experienced it all this season – five-set comebacks, 9-point rallies to win sets, and now a two-set deficit – fighting off two Match Points – to remain undefeated and establish a program record for wins to start a season. Read more.

FB: Comeback bid falls short

In a game full of big plays Colorado State (4-5, 2-2 MW) came up short Saturday night at Hughes Stadium, falling to Boise State (6-3, 4-1 MW) 42-30 in a game in which they gained 626 yards. Read more.

MBB: Rams use late surge to defeat Regis, 70-69

In a hotly contested exhibition game between Regis University and Colorado State University, the Rams sent their fans home happy with a 70-69 come-from-behind victory at Moby Arena on Saturday afternoon. Read more.

Soc: Spartans deny CSU's late surge

Colorado State applied significant pressure to try and force overtime vs. San José State at Spartan Stadium, but the Rams weren’t able to find the back of the net, falling 1-0 Sunday afternoon. Read more.

CSU welcomes six new members in CSU Athletics Hall of Fame

At the Hilton Hotel in Fort Collins, Colorado State inducted six new members into the CSU Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday night. Read more.

WBB: Newton sparks win against Black Hills State

The Colorado State women's basketball team defeated Black Hills State University, 72-49, in its second exhibition game of the year at Moby Arena. Read more.

Soc: Rams end season on a positive note

The Colorado State Rams' women's soccer program ended its 2013 campaign on a positive note, earning a 2-2 draw against intra-state rival Northern Colorado in Greeley on Friday night. Read More.

XC: Men place 2nd at MW Championships, Women take 3rd

The Colorado State men's and women's cross country teams kicked off the championship season with the Mountain West Cross Country Championships Friday morning. Hosted by Air Force at Eisenhower Blue Course, the men’s team finished second out of eight teams, while the women finished third out of 11 teams in the conference. Read more.