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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

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(Graphic Illustration by Trin Bonner | The Collegian)

Being a CSU student is hard, now add being an athlete

Taylor Paumen November 1, 2021

As the Colorado State University campus gets colder and students count down the days to fall break, CSU athletes are in the middle of their seasons.  Now that students and the public are allowed...

Oscar Teiffel stands at his bag after teeing off on the tenth hole of the Ram Masters Invitational. (Luke Bourland | Collegian)

A look into the upcoming men’s golf 2021-22 season

Paislee Fernau August 26, 2021

The Colorado State University men’s golf team will face the most challenging schedule lineups in organization history this fall. Luckily, both the coaches and players seem confident about this year's...

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)

What you missed in CSU sports

Taylor Paumen April 21, 2021

While students were relaxing during spring break, many of Colorado State University's student-athletes were entrenched in competition. The softball, track & field and tennis programs found varying...

Kennedy Stanford (17) spikes against the Air Force Academy. (Luke Bourland | The Collegian)

Rams split series against Spartans, move to 5-5

Taylor Paumen March 14, 2021

Coming off a bye week, the Colorado State volleyball team started strong against the San José State University Spartans but ultimately split the series. The Spartans were confident coming off a...

The Colorado State University Intramural Fields are left in the dark during a power outage on Feb. 18. (Addie Kuettner | The Collegian)

Sport clubs suffer in year of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic rocked the world of sports, and while Colorado State University has watched their NCAA sports navigate the pandemic, there has been one community that has yet to take the field....

Breana Runnels (15) spikes the ball against the Air Force Academy. (Luke Bourland | The Collegian)

Rams volleyball sweeps Wolf Pack in bounce-back win

Taylor Paumen February 16, 2021

The Colorado State University volleyball team returned to their winning ways after sweeping the University of Nevada, Reno in a two-game series. The Rams started the 2021 season with a bit of a bump...

A nearly empty Moby Arena due to COVID-19 precautions during a womens basketball game on Feb. 4. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

Basketball and softball lose week’s worth of competition

Tyler Meguire February 14, 2021

Colorado State University's basketball and softball teams suffered a series of game postponements and tournament cancellations last week, showcasing just how fragile schedules are this spring.  CSU's...

Head coach Tom Hilbert talks to the players in a huddle after the end of the third set and Colorado State Universitys claiming of the Mountain West Championship title. (Lucy Morantz | The Collegian)

Can CSU volleyball maintain dominance without Oleksak?

Bailey Shepherd November 8, 2020

There’s no question that last year’s CSU volleyball team was one of the best teams the program has ever produced. Some could even argue it was the best volleyball team to don the green and gold, and...

Andrea Brady dribbles down court at the Mountain West Conference Championship Feb, 24. The Rams lost in the first round to the Aztecs 64-61 but kept it a close game throughout. (Ryan Schmidt | The Collegian)

How can Rams basketball teams improve from last year?

Bailey Shepherd November 2, 2020

Mountain West sports are finally back, and the wait for Colorado State basketball is getting shorter by the day, with men’s basketball kicking off its season on Dec. 29, and women’s basketball set...

Coach Ryun Williams speaks in a huddle during the January 23 2019 game against University of Nevada. (Collegian File Photo)

Colorado State women’s hoops add trio of transfers

Bailey Shepherd April 17, 2020

As the Colorado State women's basketball team looks toward preparing for their next season, Ram fans will have a lot to be excited about, as the team has added three new transfers, head coach Ryun Williams...

During halftime, head coach Bill Hempen directs the second halfs starting players in warmups.  (Lucy Morantz | Collegian)

CSU soccer adds Creighton transfer for 2020 season

Bailey Bassett April 14, 2020

Coming off the most productive season in program history, the Colorado State University soccer team announced that a new transfer, Haylee Blach, will join CSU in 2020. In 2019, the Rams earned a record...

AJ Ott competes at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate Tournament in Fall 2019. (Photo courtesy of John Martin / CSU Athletics)

Rams shake off rust with 7th place finish in Chula Vista

Owen Stephens March 10, 2020

After a 14-day break from competition, Colorado State men's golf got back into action with a 1-over 865 to finish seventh in the 2020 Lamkin Grips San Diego Classic. Coming back from a fourth-place...

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