Success continued for the Chadron State College rodeo team, with the help of Colby Anders, junior of Bayard, earned All-Around Cowboy at Lamar Community College last weekend. Overall, the men finished third and the women placed fifth.
The CSC Eagle football team earned its second victory of the season, beating Western State Colorado University, Gunnison, 31-24. The Eagles improved to 2-3 on the season, 1-2 in RMAC play. Western State is now 0-5 overall, 0-3 RMAC.
Last Saturday’s Alumni Softball game wrapped up in a 3-3 tie. The event took place following the football game and served as a fundraiser for breast cancer.
The Chadron State College Rodeo team had an outstanding performance at Sheridan College last weekend. The men won the team title with a total of 615 points and the women landing fourth with 210 points.
Last weekend the Eagles’ volleyball team traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado, and Salt Lake City, to take on the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks and the Westminster College Griffins, respectively.
It’s that all too familiar sound that whitetail hunters will hear more than a handful of times in their life. The sound of a deer snort directed right at you. The good news is that you probably got to see a deer. The bad news is that deer is now running in the other direction with a white flag waving in the air. It does not matter how advanced of a hunter you are, it will happen at some point.
This weekend, the CSC cross country teams will travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to compete in the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival. As one of the largest invitationals in the nation, the festival’s roots sit close to home to a recognizable member of CSC’s administration—CSC President Randy Rhine.
For the first time in Jay Long’s coaching career at CSC, the Eagles lost their home opener at Elliott Field, Saturday, to the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks, 23-13.
CSC Sports information has undergone a whirlwind of change recently with the resignation of the newly hired Sports Information Director Heath Reynolds. Within 48 hours, the athletic department hired Kaleb Center as interim SID.
After a solid start to its season, the Chadron State College Rodeo team showed improvement at the Dawes County Fairgrounds this past weekend for the CSC home rodeo; with the men’s team taking second and the women’s team placing third.