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Nourse: Goodbye Collegian — (insert clever sports analogy here)

Nourse: Goodbye Collegian — (insert clever sports analogy here)

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor May 4, 2023

Editor’s Note: Traditionally, graduating seniors working at The Collegian are given the chance to write a farewell note at the end of their tenure at CSU. Toward the end of 2021, The Collegian took...

Head to Head: Is CSU a volleyball school or a womens basketball school?

Head to Head: Is CSU a volleyball school or a women’s basketball school?

Braidon Nourse and Karsyn Lane May 3, 2023

At the beginning of the 2022-23 school year, we argued whether Colorado State University should be considered a football school or a basketball school. Ultimately, after disappointing seasons from both...

Recent history will tell you: CSU is a volleyball school

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor May 3, 2023

In my estimation, Colorado State University is a volleyball school. Before I go into why, I want to first acknowledge the success of women’s sports at CSU, particularly women’s basketball and track...

The Colorado State University football team plays against each other during the Green vs. Gold spring game in Canvas Stadium April 22.

Spring football: What to look forward to this fall

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor April 25, 2023

Spring football practices at Colorado State University are over following Saturday’s Green vs. Gold spring game. Just like last year, the team’s 15 practices culminated in a spring game in which the...

Colorado State University wide receiver Justus Ross-Simmons (85) poses inside Canvas Stadium during an interview Aug. 18, 2022.

Spring football: ‘Kaizen’ principle guiding wide receiver room

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor April 18, 2023

Colorado State University football held its second of three spring scrimmages April 15. At about the halfway point, the team went through red zone plays. On one play, wide receiver Justus Ross-Simmons...

Junior defensive back Brandon Guzman (16) participates in a defensive line drill April 4.

Spring football: Revamped CSU offensive line is making progress

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor April 12, 2023

Things are looking up in the Colorado State University offensive line room. Keeping quarterback Clay Millen safe was one of the biggest problems the CSU football team encountered last season. Injuries,...

Colorado High School Activities Association Commissioner Mike Krueger announces that Colorado State Universitys Canvas Stadium will be the host venue for the states high school football championship games starting next season, April 6.

CHSAA announces Canvas Stadium will host future high school football championships

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor April 6, 2023

The Colorado High School Activities Association announced at a press conference Thursday that Canvas Stadium will be the new host of the 4A and 5A boys football championship games starting next season. Also,...

Colorado State University head football coach Jay Norvell yells to players during practice April 4. Norvell is the 24th head football coach at CSU and previously led the University of Nevada Wolf Pack from 2017-2021. The 2023 season will be Norvells second leading the Rams.

Spring football: Rams defense is finding its stride

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor April 5, 2023

After some weather delays, spring football practices at Colorado State University were finally underway starting Tuesday. It’s an exciting time for the team and its fans — a chance for everybody...

Colorado State University linebacker Dequan Jackson (5) poses for a photo at Canvas Stadium Aug. 18, 2022.

Dequan Jackson showcases talent for NFL scouts at CSU Pro Day

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor March 31, 2023

On Dec. 1, 2022, Colorado State University linebacker Dequan Jackson made the decision to enter his name into this year’s NFL Draft. Friday morning, he got his shot to work out in front of NFL scouts...

Lexie Keller prepares her throw for the shot put event at the Doug Max Invitational April 16, 2022. Keller made a personal record with this throw at 13.37 meters and came third in the event.

Women’s field dominates Rams outdoor track and field opener

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor March 27, 2023

The Colorado State University track and field team competed in their outdoor season-opening meet in Pueblo, Colorado, over the weekend. Following an impressive indoor season, the Rams picked up right where...

Guard Isaiah Stevens (4) calls out the play name Pacer to his teammates at the University of Colorado Boulder away basketball game Dec. 8. Stevens, a senior year athlete, has proven to lead his team well under high stress situations. Fans can continue to expect a commanding court presence from Stevens. Colorado State University went on to lose with a final score of 65-93.

Isaiah Stevens declares for NBA Draft

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor March 24, 2023

Isaiah Stevens, one of the main pieces in Colorado State University’s basketball success over the last few years, declared for the 2023 NBA Draft Friday. The star point guard from Allen, Texas, announced...

Colorado State guard John Tonje dribbles past Wyoming guard Ethan Anderson (20) Jan 21.

CSU basketball guard John Tonje enters transfer portal

Braidon Nourse, Sports Editor March 23, 2023

John Tonje, a guard who has made a big name out of himself over the past four years playing basketball at Colorado State University, entered the transfer portal Tuesday. The news was first broken by...

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