Rams don't play but still have a big week.
It has been a magical season for the CSU volleyball team – but there’s still a lot of season remaining. The 9th-ranked Rams (26-2, 14-1 Mountain West) can clinch a share of their sixth consecutive league title if they beat San Jose State in a 7 p.m. Wednesday match at Moby Arena. The Rams come into that match off a weekend home sweep of Air Force and New Mexico. Following the match vs. San Jose State, the Rams have two remaining regular-season games – Saturday at Nevada and Nov. 26 at home vs. Border War rival Wyoming – before the NCAA Tournament. The Rams are expected to qualify for their 20th consecutive NCAA appearance and are strong candidates to host first- and second-round matches at Moby.
Colorado State junior running back Dee Hart rushed for 104 yards and a career-best four touchdowns in a 38-31 road victory over San José State last Saturday. For his performance, Hart was named the Warren Credit Union Colorado State Athlete of the Week.
Former CSU standout Kelly Stouffer returns to campus Saturday to provide color commentary for ESPNU during the Rams' game against Hawaii.
Colorado State senior quarterback Garrett Grayson earned several weekly honors after his career-best performance in the Rams’ 45-31 victory over Wyoming.
Amy Van Dyken-Rouen is taking on her latest challenge with familiar fight and determination.
CSU basketball legend Becky Hammon has been voted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame. She is one of 18 former CSU athletes or coaches in the state's hall.
Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has won six Olympic gold medals – including a record four in the 1996 Summer Games. She’s been inducted into numerous halls of fame, thrown out the first pitch at a Colorado Rockies game and even been featured on a Wheaties box.