The Eagle men’s basketball team started its season dropped two exhibition games against D-I schools.
The Chadron State wrestling team opened its season Saturday at the Cowboy Open hosted by the University of Wyoming, Laramie.
The Eagles were led by Sean Glasgow, redshirt freshman of Newark, New Jersey, 149-pounds, who was the champion in the amateur bracket, and Chance Helmick, junior of Beatrice, 174-pounds, in the elite division.
The Eagles volleyball team beat South Dakota School of Mines but lost to Black Hills State University
The women’s basketball team has another week before opening its season at the University of Wyoming, Laramie, on Nov. 11. First-year Head Coach Janet Raymer will attempt to improve from last year’s 8-18 finish, 8-14 in the RMAC.
Last season’s record— 7-19, 5-17 in the RMAC.
Eagles return home for 2 weekends of RMAC matchups after losing 2 on the road
The Chadron State wrestling team began practice Oct. 10, signaling the beginning of the winter sports season. Head Coach Brett Hunter has 32 men on the roster this season.
Colorado School of Mines’ Orediggers pounded the Eagles, Saturday winning 40-14 in Golden, Colorado. The Orediggers outscored the Eagles in all but the fourth quarter, where each team scored 7.
CSC ended as champions on the gridiron Saturday, defeating long-time rivals South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, 37-33, bringing back the Eagle Rock Trophy.
The Eagles took three of four sets in a close battle against New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, Friday. CSC couldn’t complete the weekend in Colorado, losing to CSU-Pueblo, 3-2. The Eagles fell to 5-7 RMAC and 6-15 overall.