With basketball season now here the Eagles women’s team traveled to Laramie last Sunday to play its season opener against the University of Wyoming Cowgirls in an exhibition game.
The Chadron State College men’s basketball team fell to the South Dakota State University Jackrabbits, 43-21, in the season debut. However, the game does not count toward an overall record because it was just an exhibition game.
“Leaders, consistence, vocal.”
Three words Coaching Assistant Whitney Roth used to describe how she wanted her volleyball team to play Saturday against the Regis University Rangers. Unfortunately, the CSC team did well overall but couldn’t get the win, resulting in a 0-3 loss on Senior Night.
Is there always another spot on the wall?
For the first time under Head Coach Jay Long and since 2005, the Eagles failed to finish the season over .500. Saturday, the football team lost to Fort Lewis College, 47-34, even after holding a 22-14 halftime lead. The Eagles finished the season 5-6 overall, 4-5 in conference play.
That annoying alarm clock is buzzing to get you out of bed. However, it is not the typical wakeup call that screams, “Get to work.” This morning you get to go deer hunting. It’s the one time of the year that you jump out of bed with excitement drooling over, like a dog with a bone. Splash some water on your face, get your warm clothes on that you set out the night before, and brew a fresh pot of coffee.
Five players on the men’s basketball team that saw playing time last season returned for action. For the women’s team, seven players are returning, after graduating only two seniors.
Looking to collect some late season wins the Eagles faced off against RMAC opponents South Dakota School of Mines & Technology and Black Hill State University at home last weekend.
Following the season opener at the Cowboy Open Tournament Saturday at the University of Wyoming, Terrance McKinney, sophomore of Spokane, Washington, 149-pounds, earned D2Wrestle.com National Wrestler of the Week, RMAC Wrestler of the Week, and Super Region Four Wrestler of the Week. McKinney scored a 14-3 major decision in his first match, pinned his next three opponents and received a forfeit in the finals.
Dylan Stansbury, junior of Crawford, set CSC’s cross country record with his 10k time of 31:23.2 at the South Central Regional Cross Country Championships Saturday in Canyon, Texas. Stansbury came in 27th and reduced his time from last year by four minutes and 14 seconds.