The Chadron State College track and field team once again broke school records Friday and Saturday at the South Dakota State University Indoor Classic in Brookings.
The Chadron State women’s basketball team split on the road this weekend taking on the Western State Colorado University Mountaineers, Gunnison, and Colorado Mesa University Mavericks, Grand Junction, in RMAC matchups.
The Chadron State softball team dropped six this weekend when they traveled to Clearwater, Florida, to compete in the Eckerd College Invitational.
The Chadron State track team won multiple events and set records at the Birds and Bees Indoor Track and Field Meet, Gillette, Wyoming.
Chadron State traveled to Gunnison, Colorado, Friday to take on the Western State Colorado University Mountaineers. The Eagles earned their sixth win of the season, 94-83, thanks to a lights out second half.
Last week the CSC Eagle wrestlers traveled to Las Vegas, New Mexico, and Alamosa, Colorado, to take on the New Mexico Highlands University Cowboys and the Adams State University Grizzlies. Thursday, the Eagles fell...
Joel Smith Jr., athletic director at Chadron State, announced on Monday that Brad Gamble will be the 25th head track and field coach. Gamble was the interim coach for the Eagles during the 2014 season.
Along with a new track and field coach, Smith appointed a new cross country coach. Brian Medigovich, previously the interim head coach, became the eighth coach in Chadron State history.
Chadron State hosted the Don Holst Twilight Track and Field Meet Friday, with a showcase of event wins and broken records. At the end of the day, the Chadron State women’s team set six meet records, three arena records, and one CSC school record.
The Chadron State Eagles women’s basketball team won two games at home this weekend taking on the Metropolitan State University of Denver Roadrunners and the Regis University Rangers, Denver, at the Chicoine Events Center.
“Even when you’ve played the game of your life, it’s the feeling of teamwork that you’ll remember. You’ll forget the plays, the shots, and the scores, but you’ll never forget your teammates,” Deborah Miller Palmore, basketball Olympian, said.
Fatima Larios, No. 20, sophomore softball player of Monterey, California, passed away early Saturday morning.