Redshirt sophomore Cory Martens, of Newton, Kansas, won the men’s discus and hammer throws at the Nature Bakery Invitational hosted by Colorado Mines, Saturday.
Author: Preston Goehring
The Eagles won three of their final four home games against Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado, Saturday and Sunday. With the trio of wins, the Eagles clinched a spot in the RMAC Tournament, May 4-6.
Cory Martens, redshirt sophomore of Newton, Kansas, and Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, blew away the competition at the University of Nebraska at Kearney Invitational, Saturday.
Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, crushed her school record in the women’s hammer throw at the University of Colorado Invitational, Boulder. Her throw of 199 feet, 2 and 3/4 inches bested last week’s mark of 195-10 at the Tom Benich Invitational at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.
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Chadron State won three games of a four-game series with Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, Sunday and Monday. The games were originally scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, but weather and field conditions forced the delay.
Sam Rahmig, sophomore of Gering, led the CSC golfers to their best two-round tournament score of the season at the Colorado State University-Pueblo Pack Invitational, Monday and Tuesday. Six teams competed at the invite, CSC finished fifth.
It is the second week after spring break, classes are dragging along, and the weather is finally getting tolerable. It is officially the worst time of the spring semester.
This weekend, temperatures were in the high 70s with a little breeze, but nothing we all aren’t accustomed to. On Tuesday, it rained, not snow, not sleet, but an actual rain. Summer is around the corner.
The CSC softball team split a four-game series with Regis University, Denver. The Eagles won the first two games of the series, 4-3 and 8-7, while the Rangers turned their luck around, and won the last two, 2-0 and 8-0. CSC moved to 9-13 overall, 6-5 in conference play.
Once again, Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, won the women’s shot put and weight throw at the Black Hills State Stinger Open, Friday, in Spearfish, South Dakota. With a toss of 49 feet, 1/4 inch in the shot put and a throw of 70-4 1/2 in the weight throw, she earned two more wins. Her shot put toss was a season best.