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The Mens Cross Country team leads the race during the Wyoming Invite in Cheyanne on Aug. 31. The Rams won the meet with a total of 32 points with Eric Hamer, Cole Rockhold and Forrest Barton placing second through fourth. (Matt Begeman | Collegian)

Men’s cross country team ranked top-10 in the nation, women top-30

Michelle Gould September 13, 2018

The latest United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association rankings were posted Tuesday as the Colorado State men’s cross country ranked in the top-10 for the second week in a...

Cross Country shines in season-opening meet at Wyoming Invite

Cross Country shines in season-opening meet at Wyoming Invite

Michelle Gould September 3, 2018

The Colorado State Cross Country team competed in their first meet of the 2018-19 season at the Wyoming Invite as the No. 9 ranked men's team took first place, while the women took third against teams...

The mens cross country gathers in a huddle before their meet at Hughes Stadium on Sept 1. (Megan Daly | Collegian)

Former runners seek to support those who replaced them for CSU

Michelle Gould August 30, 2018

In the lead up to the season, Colorado State Men’s Cross Country was ranked No. 9 according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association Division I National Coaches’ Poll. Along...

The CSU Tennis team gathers around after the doubles match to prep talk and get ready for the singles matches that are about to begin. (Josh Contreras | Collegian)

CSU tennis falls in opening round of conference tournament

Michelle Gould May 1, 2018

The Colorado State women’s tennis team traveled to Boise, Idaho for the 2018 Mountain West Tournament at the Appleton Tennis Center on April 26. Despite their best efforts, the 11th-seeded Rams came...

Freshman, Priscilla Palermo serves during her singles match against Wyoming on Apr 22 at the CSu Tennis Complex (Joshua Contreras | Collegian)

CSU women’s tennis heads to Boise for MW Conference Tournament

Michelle Gould April 25, 2018

After their most successful regular season since 2005, the Colorado State women’s tennis team will head to the Mountain West Women’s Tennis Championship in Boise, Idaho at the Appleton Tennis Center...

Freshman, Emily Luetschwager, runs to an outside shot and prepares to send it back to her opponent during her singles match against Wyoming on Apr 22 (Joshua Contreras | Collegian)

CSU ends regular season with victory over UNC, loss to Wyoming

Michelle Gould April 24, 2018

The Colorado State women’s tennis team returned home to the CSU Tennis Complex to finish out the regular season with two matches against the University of Northern Colorado and Wyoming last weekend....

Assistant coach Erica Medlin gives instructions to the team during warmups on April 16, 2018. (Julia Bailey | Collegian)

Erica Medlin breaking the glass ceiling on CSU tennis coaching staff

Michelle Gould April 17, 2018

Female coaches are hard to come by, especially at a Division I level. Paid female coaches at a Division I level are even more rare. In a male-dominated career field, Erica Medlin has broken down barriers...

Freshman Priscilla Palermo hits against her oppenent from Omaha during the Rams first home matches of the season on March 3. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Rams bounce back to reach 10-win plateau for first time since 2007

Michelle Gould April 9, 2018

Following a grueling weekend of traveling, the Colorado State women’s tennis team picked up its first Mountain West victory against Air Force after dropping their dual to New Mexico. This win was significantly...

Sophomore Alyssa Grijalva hits against her opponent from Omaha during the Rams first home matches of the season on March 3. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Alyssa Grijalva’s return not enough for CSU tennis in two losses

Michelle Gould April 2, 2018

The Colorado State women's tennis team continued Mountain West play by hosting Utah State and Boise State in two matches last weekend. The Rams dropped both matches, losing to the Aggies, 5-1 and Broncos,...

Seriously: Larry Eustachy to mentor Niko Medved for 2018-19 season

Seriously: Larry Eustachy to mentor Niko Medved for 2018-19 season

Michelle Gould March 31, 2018

During Niko Medved’s introductory press conference held on March 23, the new CSU men's basketball coach revealed he is a lifelong fan of Larry Eustachy and would be honored to work alongside him. Upon...

Junior Emily Kolbow hits against her oppenent from Omaha during the Rams first home matches of the season on March 3. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Injury-laden CSU tennis falls to Weber State and Creighton

Michelle Gould March 27, 2018

After consecutive weekends on the road, the Colorado State women’s tennis team returned home to the CSU Tennis Complex to battle against Creighton University and Weber State for back-to-back matches....

Freshman Emma Corwin hits against her oppenent from Omaha during the Rams first home matches of the season on March 3. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Corwin clinches tie-breaker win for CSU’s ninth victory of the season

Michelle Gould March 20, 2018

Colorado State tennis flew to California to play two matches against The University of San Diego and UCSD for spring break play. In the middle of their winningest season since 2004, the Rams added another...

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