A consistent offensive performance helped the Eagles split the opening weekend of RMAC play. The Eagles defeated the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, in four sets on Friday, but couldn’t match the strong attack of Metropolitan State University-Denver, losing in four sets on Saturday.
The CSC softball team won a scrimmage against a team of CSC’s softball alumni Saturday. The annual scrimmage is used as an opportunity to raise funds through a free will donation fundraiser to go toward breast cancer awareness.
The Chadron State men’s rodeo team started the fall Central Rocky Mountain Region circuit strong this weekend in Chadron at the Dawes County Fairgrounds placing first with 530 points, putting them in the lead of the region. CSC was followed by the Sheridan College men’s team, who racked up 510 points.
Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, on the back of quarterback Sean Rubalcaba, senior of Grand Junction, Colorado, racked up 513 total yards, Saturday, enough to hand the Eagles their first loss of the season, 47-33.
Alejandro Garcia, graduate student of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, led the Chadron State cross country team to its second victory of the year at CSC’s annual home meet. Eight of the top ten 10 to cross the finish line at Saturday’s race were Eagles.
The CSC women’s golf team finished just five strokes from the bottom spot in the RMAC Tournament No. 1 in Denver Tuesday. The Eagles finished 13th out of 14 teams.
Eagles drop 4 games at Augustana University Invite
The Eagles, led by sophomore Sam Rahmig, of Gering, finished just one spot out of the top 10 at the Sam Proal Farmers Insurance Invitational in Pueblo, Colorado. CSC finished the first round in 12th.
With a 1-3 record after competing at the Point Loma Nazarene University tournament, San Diego, the Eagles’ volleyball team earned a third of the road-wins the team registered last season.
Chadron State men’s cross country team opened its season with a win at the South Dakota School of Mines Invitational at Founders Park in Rapid City, South Dakota.