Wrestling team off to best start since the 1971-72 season with 9-1 record
The CSC men’s basketball team dropped two games against South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and Black Hills State University. The Eagles lost to the Hardrockers, 73-56, and the Yellow Jackets, 77-75. CSC is now on a three game skid.
Last weekend, the Eagles traveled to South Dakota to face off against RMAC opponents South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and Black Hills State University.
Last weekend the Eagles started off the New Year against RMAC opponents Western Colorado State University and Colorado State University- Pueblo. The Eagles had high hopes of picking up two key wins against the Mountaineers and the ThunderWolves and putting themselves in the playoff race.
After the short holiday break for the athletes, the men’s basketball team faced off against Western State Colorado University, and Colorado State University-Pueblo. The men split against their RMAC opponents, beating Western, 83-78, and falling to the ThunderWolves, 71-63. The Eagles are now 5-6, 3-4 in conference play.
The Eagles traveled to Ogallala to bring the 2015 portion of their season to a close. Chadron State beat York College, 22-18, but was edged out 19-18 by the No. 3 ranked NCAA D-II school in the nation, University of Nebraska- Kearney.
The CSC men’s basketball team finished 2015 out on a three game losing streak falling to Metropolitan State University-Denver, 63-59, and the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, 86-63. The Eagles fell below .500 on the season, with a current record of 4-5, 2-3 in conference play.
The Eagles traveled to Colorado hoping to pick up two much needed conference wins before Christmas break started for the athletes. The Eagles went to Denver first to face off against the Metropolitan State University-Denver Roadrunners. Although the Eagles played well, the Roadrunners prevailed 61-59. On the following night, the women faced off against the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, winning by a landslide, 83-63.
The Chadron State wrestling team traveled to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, last weekend to compete in three non-conference duals hosted by Augustana University. The Eagle wrestlers competed against Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri; Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa; and Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa.
Looking to capitalize off of last weekend’s win, which was the first of the season for the Eagles, the women’s basketball team set its sights on Black Hills State University and South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, hoping to pick up two more much needed wins.