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The Mountain West Conference released its 2015-2016 conference men’s basketball schedule for each of its 11 members institutions, including Colorado State University.
The schedule includes 18 games – nine home and nine road contests – beginning December 30 and concluding March 5, 2016. League play will determine the seeding for the... READ MORE
Kimani Jackson is officially a Colorado State Ram.
CSU head coach Larry Eustachy announced that Jackson, who spent last season at New Mexico Junior College, signed to a National Letter of Intent Thursday, the second day... READ MORE
CTV Sports Anchors Brett Kennedy and Olivia Landis recap CSU men’s basketball signing of Junior College recruit Kimani Jackson. Plus, see what makes CSU’s club men’s rugby team so successful and a look toward CSU football’s Green and Gold scrimmage this Saturday at Hughes Stadium.
It appears the Colorado State basketball team will have some more help trying to fill the void left by its outgoing three seniors.
Junior college power forward Kimani Jackson, rated as the No. 2 JUCO power forward and No. 7 overall JUCO player in the country by 247sports.com, committed to CSU... READ MORE
Colorado State forward J.J. Avila will participate in the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational Wednesday through Saturday, as the rosters were announced Monday.
Each year, the P.I.T has hosts 64 of the best graduating seniors in college basketball from across the nation to participate in a four-day, twelve game tournament in front of... READ MORE
CTV Sports Anchors Brett Kennedy and Olivia Landis discuss the Mountain West Missouri Valley Challenge renewal. Plus, a recap of CSU softball pitcher Trinity Harrington being named the Mountain West pitcher of the week. Also, don’t miss a story on CSU Track and Field multi athletes Josh Cogdill, Hunter Price... READ MORE
CTV Sports Anchors Patrick Enslow and Travis Green recap CSU men’s and women’s first round losses in the National Invitation Tournament. Plus, find out who has been named CSU’s Athletic Director and how Garrett Grayson performed in his NFL pro day.
Records were set, but goals were not met.
The winningest team in the history of Colorado State men’s basketball fell short of the NCAA tournament, but that’s not how the season will be remembered.
Early on, and then throughout nonconference play, the transfer-laden team gelled seamlessly en route to a program-best 14-0... READ MORE
Colorado State’s four seniors stood on the floor at Moby Arena one final time Wednesday night at Moby Arena. As “Stalwart Ram Team” played in the background, tears flowing from his eyes, Daniel Bejarano doubled over, realizing that his five-year college career had finally come to a close.... READ MORE
The season is officially over for the Colorado State men’s basketball team, though it may have really ended three days ago.
The Rams lost to South Dakota State 86-76 in a chippy contest on Wednesday night, ending the most winningest season in program history. The loss eliminates them from the National... READ MORE
The NCAA Tournament snub is in the past. The National Invitation Tournament still lies ahead.
All the CSU men’s basketball team can do now is make the doubters into believers, and the first step in the process comes Wednesday at 8:05 p.m. when the Rams host South Dakota State (23-10, 12-4... READ MORE
Much to the disappointment of Ram fans and CSU head coach Larry Eustachy, Colorado State’s men’s basketball team was snubbed by the selection committee of the NCAA Tournament Sunday, despite boasting a school record-setting 27-6 record.
Eustachy was nearly speechless at the press conference following the selection show.
“This is going to... READ MORE
Colorado State got snubbed.
There’s no two ways around it. The winningest season in school history will be punctuated with not a berth in the NCAA Tournament, but a bid to the National Invitation Tournament. The NCAA selection committee made a mistake, just about everyone outside of Westwood, Dayton... READ MORE
LAS VEGAS – The Cowboys are going dancing for the first time in 13 years.
Wyoming locked up an NCAA tournament bid with a gritty 45-43 win over San Diego State in the MW Tournament finals on Saturday.
“I think sometimes through adversity you do become stronger and you’re hardened,” Wyoming head... READ MORE