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Colorado State University’s 2012-2013 male athlete of the year is headed to Turkey to play for Besiktas.
Colton Iverson’s agent Adam Pensack confirmed that Iverson plans to join Besiktas this upcoming season.
“Boston’s roster is not ideal for us right now. There is a chance it... READ MORE
The 2012-2013 academic year brought much success to the CSU Athletic department.
Both Men’s Basketball and Women’s Volleyball made consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. Senior Colton Iverson led the basketball team, while senior Dana Cranston stepped up as a leader for the volleyball squad respectively.
UPDATE: Jeff Withey was just selected by the Portland Trailblazers. In my opinion, Colton is the next 7ft big man who will be taken.
COLTON IVERSON: As I said earlier, Colton Iverson needs Jeff Withey to come off the board. Although I think he has more scoring talent than Withey, the... READ MORE
Colton Iverson, a graduated center from Colorado State University, is attracting scouts from nearly every team in the National Basketball Association, according to his agent.
Iverson said he is showcasing his talents around the league, proving a Big 10 transfer to the Mountain West can actually improve his draft... READ MORE
Greg Smith sat down at the podium and put his head in his hands. He shook it back and forth, running his fingers over his tight, buzzed haircut.
Colton Iverson entered the interview room shortly after, a towel wrapped around his neck and his eyes still red from crying.
Both of their... READ MORE
After 24 years, the drought is over for CSU basketball.
The Rams came out firing and did not cool down, beating Missouri 84-72 in their second round match-up in the NCAA tournament Thursday night.
The victory ends a drought of NCAA tournament wins for CSU that dates back to the 1988-89 season... READ MORE
Electric vehicles, mine ventilation fans and the creation of gasoline from brewery waste were only a few of the innovative projects showcased at Engineering Days in the Lory Student Center Friday. The annual event allowed visitors to interact with projects designed by senior engineering students at Colorado State University.
There were... READ MORE
Snowy weather doesn’t keep CSU students from discussing hot topic of sustainability.
Roughly 400 students attended CSU’s 37th annual Business Day, hosted by the College of Business and the Dean’s Student Leadership Council, to discuss sustainability and its role in the community.
“Business Day serves to provide both the... READ MORE
Elephants have always been known for their exceptional memories. Now, with the help of detailed GPS tracking data, researchers are one step closer to understanding why.
The study, co-authored by George Wittemyer, a professor in the department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at Colorado State University, analyzed the movement patterns... READ MORE
It took double-overtime to decide the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Showdown between CSU and Colorado Saturday night at Hughes Stadium, and the Rams ended up on the wrong end of a 10-9 result in front of a crowd of about 2,500.
CSU faced a deficit most of the night. The Rams scored... READ MORE
Highlights by Patrick Enslow of CTV Sports.
One thing was clear during CSU football’s annual Green and Gold Spring Game: the 2015 season will not be a rebuild. The Green team (first-team offense, second-team defense) beat the Gold team (second-team offense, first-team defense) 38-34 as both squads put on a show offensively.
Whether... READ MORE
Defense gets to the quarterback
CSU’s pass rush struggled mightily at times last year, but have shown a penchant for getting to the quarterback this spring. During Saturday’s game the defense got to the QB five times, including two by Colton Foster. Defensive back Marcus Wilson, defensive tackle Terry Jackson and... READ MORE
We like to picture America as a country of virtue and hard work — and it is, but what many of us forget is that crime, or at least morally questionable behavior, is an integral part of our history, culture and social roles.
While our history is full of... READ MORE
Evolution is staring the human species in the face. For decades, science fiction writers have fantasized about the unification of humans and machines. Never before has that fantasy started to look like a reality, and it could take humans beyond our species.
The incorporation of technology into humans can... READ MORE
California is currently going through an environmental crisis. Life without tons of water? Not only does the California drought spell death for the green lawns in California’s suburbs, but a quick Google search will show how the state looks … well, worse. Not only is it bad that... READ MORE
On this special live episode of Kelsey’s Korner, Logan Gannon, CSU music therapy major, and I show you how to use the same chord progressions to make a musical mashup. Take a to listen to our original mashup of Adele’s “Someone Like You” and Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.”
Correction: A previous version of this post stated Nicolas Cage “went bankrupt” in 2009. He did not file for bankruptcy, but he did have financial issues in that time period, including foreclosure on several properties and a $6.2 million tax lien from the IRS. The Collegian regrets its error.
What the... READ MORE