Moby Magic alive and well for volleyball team

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.

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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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