The CSU Rodeo Team and Club

Trigg Skoe

Sponsored Content

The Colorado State University Rodeo Club provides student members many opportunities to develop in areas such as: leadership, communication, ethics, business management, and athletics, all of which provide experiences beneficial to the overall education of students. During the year, the club holds practice three times a week and a  weekly meeting on Tuesday nights. They host several fundraising events throughout the year and work to promote the sport of rodeo.

Ad

The CSU rodeo club sponsors and hosts the Skyline Stampede Rodeo, the oldest collegiate rodeo in the country. CSU not only has the distinction of holding the first official college rodeo, but also has competed successfully on the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) regional and national level since then. The club members that do not compete in NIRA sanctioned rodeos enjoy the sport, friendships and activities of the club, and are an integral part of our organization.

The CSU rodeo works to be more than a team, rather a family. It has created lasting friendships by connecting individuals who share the same passions for the rodeo industry. The rodeo club is always looking to spread its knowledge and love for rodeo to anyone who is interested.

Find them on Facebook at Colorado State University Rodeo Team and on Instagram at ColostateRodeo!