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(Graphic Illustration by Katrina Clasen | The Collegian)

Husch Blackwell releases findings on CSU athletics investigation

Ryan Loberger October 7, 2020

Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell sent out an email Wednesday night detailing law firm Husch Blackwell’s findings in the athletic department's investigation on racial bias allegations...

Coach Tom Hilbert acts as a stand in field goal during a Colorado State University football practice. Hilbert is now part of the CSU football coaching staff. (Smack Attackit | The Wake Up Slap)

BREAKING: Tom Hilbert to join CSU football staff for 2020-21 season

Ryan Loberger March 31, 2020

Taking a critical look around the Colorado State University athletics department, it’ll be difficult to find someone who’s been more consistent in their time in Fort Collins than volleyball coach Tom...

Eagles claw their way back in 2nd period but fall 5-4 to Stars

Eagles claw their way back in 2nd period but fall 5-4 to Stars

Ryan Loberger March 10, 2020

Momentum and energy swing for many reasons — a great play, a big hit, a fight — and sometimes they tilt for no apparent reason. The Colorado Eagles hosted the Texas Stars in the opening matchup of...

TJ Tynan (right) hugs Sheldon Dries (left) following Dries empty net goal against the San Diego Gulls. The Eagles won the game 3-1 . (Photo courtesy of the Colorado Eagles).

Eagles set for weekend showdown with Ontario Reign

Ryan Loberger March 5, 2020

With only 16 games remaining in the regular season, the Colorado Eagles have emerged at second place in the Pacific Division after splitting their series with the Milwaukee Admirals. Though the Eagles...

Colorado Eagles player A.J. Greer skates towards the puck during the game against the Milwaukee Admirals at the Budweiser Events Center Feb. 29. (Photo courtesy of the Colorado Eagles)

Eagles split weekend series against top team in the AHL

Ryan Loberger March 2, 2020

When you’re the team to beat at the top of the standings, everyone brings their A-game. For the Colorado Eagles, a series at home against the top team in their conference is an appetizing challenge....

David Roddy takes a free throw attempt during CSUs game against San Diego State on Feb. 25. (Ryan Loberger | Collegian)

No moral victories for Rams in 66-60 loss to SDSU

Ryan Loberger February 26, 2020

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — In games that result in losses, there are always teaching moments, and for the Colorado State men’s basketball team, there have been many throughout this season. Tuesday night,...

Colorado State University womens hockey players face the crowd and raise their hockey sticks after the Rams 4-2 victory against University of Utah at Edora Pool Ice Center Feb. 15, 2020. (Anna von Pechmann | The Collegian)

CSU women’s hockey set for WWCHL regionals after senior night

Ryan Loberger February 24, 2020

Change is inevitable, but the memories that come flooding back when a change occurs create a strong sense of nostalgia for what was and what will no longer be. The Colorado State women’s hockey team...

Freshman David Roddy guards a San Jose State player outside of the arc. (Lucy Morantz | The Collegian)

Rams pull out 78-71 victory over SJSU thanks to late run

Ryan Loberger February 23, 2020

A win is a win, and during a heated race for seeding for the Mountain West Championships in March, teams will take them any way they come. Coming into Saturday’s game with San Jose State University,...

Shane Bowers (left) battled with Condors defenseman Keegan Lowe (right) for a loose puck. (Photo courtesy of the Colorado Eagles).

Eagles banking on experience as playoff race heats up

Ryan Loberger February 20, 2020

At the beginning of every season, expectations are generally optimistic because every team feels they have a chance to achieve something special. The Colorado Eagles are no different, and with just 52...

Taryn Sieg winds up for her shot put throw on April 14, 2019. Sieg placed first in this event with a throw of 14.96m. (Alyse Oxenford | Collegian)

Tarynn Sieg awarded for performance at Don Kirby Invitational 

Ryan Loberger February 19, 2020

As an athlete, having your performance peaking at the right time can make or break your postseason. Coming off one of the most successful weekends of the season, Colorado State track and field athlete...

Niko Medved answers questions from members of the media Oct. 10. (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Going over the Border: Q&A with coaches and players from both sides

Ryan Loberger February 13, 2020

With the Pokes on the ropes, Colorado State basketball has a chance to sweep the University of Wyoming in the regular season series in men and women’s basketball for the first time since the 1999-2000...

Eagles celebrate a goal during their game agains the Tucson Roadrunners on 02/11 (Photo courtesy of the Colorado Eagles).

Eagles top Roadrunners 5-2 thanks to power play, lucky bounce

Ryan Loberger February 12, 2020

They don’t ask how; they ask how many. For the Colorado Eagles, Tuesday night’s 5-2 victory over the Tucson Roadrunners wasn’t their most complete game of the season. It was in fact far from it. Getting...

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