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WBB: Rams win sixth consecutive

The Colorado State women’s basketball continued its storied run, winning its sixth straight Wednesday over UNLV, 66-48. Read more.

MBB: Rams earn decisive win

The Colorado State Rams (13-10, 4-6 MW) snapped their three-game losing streak on Wednesday night with a decisive 75-57 victory over the visiting UNLV Runnin’ Rebels (15-8, 6-4 MW) at Moby Arena. Read more.

T&F: CSU heads to Husker Invite

Beginning Friday, the Colorado State track & field team will compete in Lincoln, Neb., at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Read more.

FB: McElwain announces third recruiting class

On Wednesday morning, Colorado State officially welcomed 26 new athletes to the Rams football team. Read more.

SB: Rams begin 2014 season in Arizona

The Colorado State softball program kicks off its 2014 season on Friday, facing five teams in the Kajikawa Classic, held in Tempe, Ariz. Read more.

SB: CSU picked fourth in MW preseason poll

The Mountain West announced its preseason softball poll on Tuesday, with Colorado State earning 38 points, tied for fourth among the league’s nine teams. The poll was created from votes from each school’s head coach. Read more.

WBB: Free pink waffles, frozen yogurt for students at Saturday's game vs. Air Force

Saturday's game vs. Air Force will be more than just a Pink Out to recognize those affected by breast cancer, the department of athletics is planning a day centered on women's health. Read more.

FB: CSU announces change to 2014 schedule

Colorado State’s 2014 home football game versus Tulsa, originally scheduled for Sept. 6, will now be played in the season’s sixth week on Saturday, Oct. 4, it was announced Monday. Read more.

VB: Rams celebrate record-breaking season

It was a record-breaking year for the Colorado State volleyball team, and on Thursday, the Rams got to celebrate, holding their annual end-of-season banquet to commemorate the season and graduating seniors. The sold-out event was held on campus at the Lory Student Center Theatre. Read more.