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Rams Sports Review Feb. 17-19

Feb. 20, 2013

A recap of the Rams' recent sports action from

S&D: MW Championship update

Colorado State opened Day 1 of the four-day Mountain West Championships with big scores on boards, finishing the day in sixth place with 64 points and only one point away from tying up with New Mexico and Wyoming for fourth. Read more.

WBB: Rams improve to 21-4

Overcoming a nine-point deficit midway through the first half, Colorado State silenced Boise State's offensive prowess, with a 71-51 victory at Taco Bell Arena Wednesday night. Read more.

MG: Rams ninth through 18

The Colorado State men's golf team opened up its spring schedule on Wednesday at the John A. Burns Intercollegiate at the Wailua Golf Course, posting a top-10 showing in the opening round, with room to improve over the final two days of the 17-team tournament. Read more.

ATH: Ozzello takes new job

Gary Ozzello, a fixture in Colorado State University’s athletic department for more than 35 years, has been named Executive Director of Community Outreach and Engagement by the University. Read more.

T&F: Rams add 12 for 2014-15

The Colorado State track & field team announced the signing of 12 new athletes to its roster for the 2015 season. Head Coach Brian Bedard announced the new additions Wednesday. Read more.

MBB: Rams fall to Broncos

Junior guard Daniel Bejarano led all scorers with 23 points, but it was not enough as Colorado State (14-13, 5-9 MW) dropped its third consecutive contest, 84-72, against Boise State on Tuesday night. Read more.

FB: A look inside CSU's "Ram U" program

Implemented upon head coach Jim McElwain's arrival in the winter of 2012, Ram U is the second phase of CSU's offseason strength and conditioning program, modeled after Alabama's "4th Quarter" program. Read more.

CC: Rams honored as NCAA DI All-Academic team

Once again, Colorado State’s men’s and women’s cross country teams were honored for their excellent work in the classroom during the 2013 season. Read more.

WG: CSU finishes 10th at Jim West Challenge

The Colorado State women’s golf team showed improvement on Tuesday in the final round of the Jim West Challenge, climbing two spots in the team standings to finish 10th in the 15-team event at the Bandit Golf Club. Read more.

SB: CSU's Reinke named Mountain West Pitcher of the Week

Colorado State sophomore Holly Reinke earned her first career Mountain West Softball Pitcher of the Week honor after helping the Rams to three victories over the weekend at the UTSA Classic in San Antonio, Texas. The Mountain West made the announcement Tuesday morning. Read more.