CSC’s offensive onslaught in their first game, Saturday, began in the third inning. With the bases loaded and no outs in the bottom of the third inning, CSC’s Kayla Michel, senior of Brighton, Colorado, hit a grand slam against Dixie State pitcher Cambrie Hazel, sophomore of Spanish Fork, Utah, to give the Eagles a 6-4 lead. The Eagles would add another run to extend their lead to 7-4 before the close of the inning.Read More
CSC will break ground on the new outdoor track at the track groundbreaking ceremony at 11 a.m. next Wednesday near the Chicoine Center. After winter weather canceled classes on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, derailing plans for the 11 a.m. groundbreaking that Friday. Nebraska State College System Chancellor Paul Turman planned to attend both the groundbreaking […]Read More
Top-ranked RMAC opponent Colorado Mesa showed why they lead the conference this weekend, sweeping the Eagles in four games during CSC’s home debut. Saturday the Eagles lost 6-0 and 12-7 to the Mavericks, and Sunday they were defeated 16-4 and 5-6.Read More
Friday, CSC will break ground on an outdoor track and field facility, which CSC Sports Information says marks the beginning of phase two of the college’s sports complex project.
The groundbreaking is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., Friday.
Grimes qualifies for outdoor championships in first outdoor meet. Isaac Grimes was back to the top of the podium this weekend in his first action of the outdoor season. Grimes’ first-place finish in the long jump was CSC’s only top placing at the Tom Benich Invitational Meet hosted by the University of Northern Colorado, […]Read More
The past two weeks the Eagles’ football team has been hard at work as they prepare for the annual spring game scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 13. Coming off a season in which they missed the playoffs despite a 7-3 record, the Eagles are excited to get back to work. “It feels good to […]Read More