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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
Additional charges were placed against CSU student Dillon Moss, who on Sept. 27 was arrested in connection with a hit and run that happened earlier that night, according to a Fort Collins Police press release.
Along with the arrest for suspicion of driving under the influence, Moss is now being charged with... READ MORE
After receiving a cease and desist letter from a lawyer representing Rocky Mountain Student Media, the Larimer County Clerk reversed her decision to remove Collegian newspapers from the Lory Student Center and changed... READ MORE
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It’s practice five days a week, every tackle, rush and pass. It’s your attitude on and off the field during the off season and the season. It’s juggling school with your passion. It’s early mornings and late nights. It’s standing next to family on the field.
It’s... READ MORE
LARAMIE, Wyo. — In one of the dark corners of the Buckhorn Bar, some brave soul left their mark.
More than a half-hour passed between me walking through the front door of the saloon near the University of Wyoming campus and discovering it. After all, it wasn’t as blatant... READ MORE
To my fellow Rams:
I am a Christian. And if you’ve seen the growing spectacle that is the saga of the plaza preachers, you might not believe the three words I’m about to say, and I don’t blame you.
I love you.
I won’t tell you that by yelling at you, by screaming... READ MORE
There are a total of eight Ebola cases currently in America. Let me repeat that, there are only eight people out of the 300 million people in this country reported to have Ebola, and only one of has died. Thomas Eric Duncan, the patient who died, had almost no suitable... READ MORE
Tonight on Ram Arts, acoustic guitarist and vocalist Caleb Crain tells us a little bit about how he became a professional performer and we play a game to try and get to know him a little bit better. Crain then performs his very own song, “Without You.” For more of his music visit calebcrain.bandpage.com... READ MORE
Dearest readers, we here at The Hall Monitor-Herald like to hold our cards close to chest, but there are two things that we never want to keep a secret: the key to immortality — which we hold in our possession — and our writing process. Today, we’d like... READ MORE