Rams Sports Review - Oct. 9-12

A recap of the Rams’ recent sports action from CSURams.com. 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, 3-2-1 MW) on Sunday afternoon at The Lagoon. It took three goals, but Colorado College walked away as the 3-2 victor over Colorado State in an action-packed conference matchup. Read more. FB: Rams withstand Wolf Pack for first MW win Behind record-breaking performances from senior quarterback Garrett Grayson and sophomore wide receiver Rashard Higgins, the Colorado State Rams (5-1, 1-1 MW) held on to knock off the Nevada Wolf Pack (3-3, 0-2 MW) for their first conference win of the year. Read more. VB: Rams bounce Bulldogs for 13th-straight win No. 7 Colorado State became the first volleyball team in the country to 18 victories, defeating Fresno State in straight sets Saturday afternoon at Moby Arena (25-15, 25-7, 25-17). The victory is CSU’s 13th in a row – tied for the sixth-longest winning streak in school history – and improves the Rams’ record to 18-1, 6-0 MW. Read more. WSOC: Rams shutdown Falcons The Colorado State Rams (4-9-0, 2-3-0 MW) did something on Friday afternoon against Air Force (5-6-1, 2-2-1 MW) that it hadn’t done all season; score a first-half goal and play with the lead. Guided by Gianna Bertana’s 13th-minute goal, the Rams knocked off in-state rival Air Force, 1-0, at home in a crucial Mountain West showdown. Read more.

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Couples who are expecting sought for CSU study

photo of coupleThe Emotional Attachment Lab at Colorado State University has announced its latest research project, "Love Now, Success Later," and is looking for participants to join the study. In the project, researchers will be examining the effectiveness of a workshop series that teaches mindfulness and emotional availability skills for expecting parents during the last trimester. The purpose of the research study is to see if an emotional availability and mindfulness intervention will improve couple functioning, individual well-being, and infant outcomes. All study participants will be compensated and entered in a drawing for self-care and baby-care gifts. Participation in the study is completely voluntary. Compensation is provided. To learn more about the project or check eligibility, email virginia.warren@colostate.edu. Check out the project website, lovenowsuccesslater.yolasite.com, and the Facebook page, facebook.com/emotionalattachment. The Emotional Attachment Lab is located in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Health and Human Sciences. This protocol has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at CSU (Protocol# 09-698H).

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