Category: Sports

Feral cats cause unseen issues

If I were to ask you to name some invasive species that pose a significant risk in the United States, what would your answer be? It may be the Asian carp, house mice, or even zebra mussels. Feral cats may not even be an afterthought for many people in this discussion.

WNMU earns 1st win of season v. CSC

WNMU earns 1st win of season v. CSC

The men’s basketball team let two more games slip away, falling to a 5-10 record, 3-8 in conference play. New Mexico Highlands University defeated the Eagles, 90-83, and Western New Mexico University beat the Eagles in overtime, 74-70. It was WNMU’s first win of the season.

10 CSC track athletes excell in Spearfish

10 CSC track athletes excell in Spearfish

Ten athletes traveled to Black Hills State University this weekend to compete at the Myrle Hanson Memorial Track and Field Meet in Spearfish, South Dakota. Skylar Hoopes, senior pole vaulter of Lusk, Wyoming, led the way by breaking his own indoor school record in the pole vault by two inches.

Havannah Newens (11), center, junior of Mitchell, celebrates a three-point shot Saturday during a game against Regis University at the Chicoine Events Center.—Photo by Jordyn Hulinsky

Eagles hunt for 3rd consecutive win

With the basketball season half-over, the Eagles traveled to New Mexico, looking to keep their playoff hopes alive and pick up two much needed road wins against RMAC opponents, New Mexico Highlands University and Western New Mexico University.

Justyn Anderson (21), senior of Las Vegas, jumps for a layup Saturday during the game against Regis University in the Chicoine Events Center.—Photo by Teri Robinson

Men’s basketball on 3-game losing streak

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.

Women split against Colorado opponents

Women split against Colorado opponents

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.

Eagles open new year with 1 win, 1 loss

Eagles open new year with 1 win, 1 loss

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.