Tag "CSU Athletics"

Basketball players’ visit to Boys & Girls Club showcases athleticism, academics

Players from the Colorado State University men’s basketball team used their recent bye-week time to visit the Wilfley Boys & Girls Club in North Denver.

Read More

Farewell to Hughes Stadium

Nov. 19 game against New Mexico will be the last ever played in the off-campus facility.

Read More

Construction to start on practice fields, gardens near stadium site

Plans to begin completing the grounds of the new on-campus stadium will be put in motion when construction starts Saturday

Read More

$13 million gift from alum for scholarships, facilities

Colorado State University today announced that Colorado State alumnus Michael Smith has made a series of donations to the university that will fund new scholarships focused on business, natural resources and chemistry, complete funding for a new natural resources building in the Warner College of Natural Resources, and contribute to the funding of the new on-campus stadium.

Read More

Best in the West: CSU Pep Band and Spirit Squad

The CSU Pep Band and the CSU Spirit Squad received a special recognition at the 2016 Mountain West Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas.

Read More

CSU Ag Day Sept. 5: Football, feasting and fun

On the heels of the most successful Colorado State University Ag Day ever, the university is gearing up for the 2015 Ag Day in a big way. Not only will Ag Day take place immediately before CSU season opener on Sept. 5 against Savanah State but the game will also feature the debut of new CSU football coach Mike Bobo.

Read More

Holiday fun in the Fort

Those of us who stay in Fort Collins over the holidays are fortunate to have one of the ten best downtowns in the country with 80 restaurants, 70 shops, 26 art galleries, as well as numerous microbreweries, parks, and plazas.

Read More

Rams Sports Review – Oct. 9-12

A recap of the Rams’ recent sports action from WSOC: Thrilling second half sees Rams lose The Colorado State Rams (4-10-0, 2-4-0 MW) battled blistering winds and a drizzling rain as it took on Mountain West newcomer Colorado College (7-4-3, Read More