With only two games left in the season, six Eagle seniors, three men and three women, are preparing to play their last games in a Chadron State College uniform.
The CSC men’s basketball team fell to the Metropolitan State University of Denver Roadrunners Friday, 75-59, and narrowly lost to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Saturday, 74-73, before losing to the Regis Rangers 76-68 Tuesday.
With the playoffs out of reach, and the season coming to a close, the women’s basketball team traveled to Colorado to play Metropolitan State University of Denver, Friday; the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Saturday; and Regis University, Denver, Tuesday. The Eagles’ luck remained the same, going winless throughout the three games.
The Chadron State College men’s basketball team fell to 2-19 overall after losing to Colorado Christian University 90-81 Friday night, before being shut down Saturday 87-57 to Colorado School of Mines, Golden.
The women’s basketball team allowed two home games slip away from them at the Chicoine Center last weekend. The two losses hurt the Eagles playoff hopes, which were already a long shot due to their 6-12 record going into the weekend.
After falling to the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves Friday night by 30 points, the Chadron State College men’s basketball team fought hard, but came up short to the Cowboys of New Mexico Highlands University Saturday night, losing 85-80.
The Chadron State women’s basketball team suffered a loss against Colorado State University-Pueblo, 77-54, Friday, but were able to jump to the 11th spot in the RMAC with a win over New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 77-71, Saturday.
The Chadron State College men’s basketball team lost both games this weekend, first to the Adams State Grizzlies, 80-65, Friday night, before suffering an 87-64 loss to the No. 21 ranked team in D-II, the Fort Lewis Skyhawks.
Needing a win to get their season back on track the women’s basketball team traveled to Colorado to play Adams State University, Alamosa, and Fort Lewis College, Durango. The Eagles beat ASU 78-66, but lost to the Skyhawks 92-80.
The men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker against Westminster College, Salt Lake City, 76-70, in overtime, Friday in the Chicoine Center.