The Eagle football team will look to TD Stein, a redshirt freshman and native of Chadron, to quarterback the team this year.
Whether he reflected on the last game or looked forward to the upcoming one, former CSC football captain, Sam Parker, current CSC admissions representative of Harrison, expressed his experience on the field through a blog that received more attention than anticipated.
This summer, former men’s basketball standout Kendrick Holliman, of Spanish Fort, Alabama, signed to play with the Black Star Mersch in Luxembourg.
Sophomore Damarcus Simpson, of Lafayette, Georgia, traveled to San Jose, Costa Rica, to compete in the North American, Central American, Caribbean Association Championships.
The Chadron State softball team finished its season last weekend hosting the top two teams in the RMAC, playing a triangular with Metro State University, Denver, and Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction.
More than 25 CSC athletes entered and competed in the Jack Christiansen Invitational Track and Field Meet on Saturday at Colorado State University, Fort Collins.
CSC’s softball team hit a slump this last weekend, dropping three of four games against Adams State University and losing both games in the double-header with the University of Nebraska at Kearney Tuesday.
The CSC track teams traveled to California this past week to compete in several meets around the Los Angeles area. The men’s team won the 4×400 relay Friday night at the Bryan Clay Invitational Track and Field meet hosted by Asuza Pacific University, while the women broke the CSC 4×400 relay record and placed fourth in the event.
In the last match of the spring season, the Eagle golf team went out smoking, taking 13 strokes off their previous best. The new team best of 677 was at the RMAC Championships in Avondale, Arizona, enough to finish in 10th place.
Although the CSC cowboy’s did not continue their winning streak during the rodeo hosted by Casper College, members of both CSC’s men’s and women’s rodeo teams excelled this weekend in Casper.