The Chadron State women’s track and field team led the way winning six events and setting school records in five of them at the Nature’s Bakery Invitational at Colorado School of Mines, Golden.
“Long jump is a beautiful event where every day provides you with small failures and successes. That is why it is so fun. It constantly forces you to change and improve each day,” 2016 NCAA D-II Indoor Track and Field Long Jump National Champion Stachia Reuwsaat said.
The Chadron State golf team traveled to Avondale, Arizona, this weekend to compete in the RMAC Championships at Coldwater G.C. and conclude its season.
The 2016 outdoor season continues to be a remarkable one for the Chadron State track and field team as they competed at three big meets in California: the Mt. SAC Relays, Azusa; the Brian Clay Invitational, Azusa; and the Long Beach State Invitational, Long Beach. The Eagles broke eight school records and hit a combined 53 season-best marks.
The Chadron State cowgirls stepped up their game this weekend at the Casper College rodeo, finishing the weekend with 385 points, 175 more than runner-up Laramie County Community College, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Total points scored: 673. Total rebounds: 383. Years at CSC: 2.
The Chadron State golf team took to Arkansas to compete at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith Lions Classic Monday and Tuesday, placing fifth out of seven teams in competition.
The Chadron State men’s rodeo team fared well this weekend at the Colorado State University rodeo in Fort Collins, Colorado. Led by graduate student Nate McFadden, of Ellsworth, and senior Lane Day, of Bartlett, the cowboys rode away with the team title.
There are several characteristics that define an outdoorsmen or outdoorswomen. Among the common characteristics are dedication, patience, and a developed understanding of nature. Many would reason that none of those are as important as their ethics.
The Chadron State track and field team competed at the Bauer Open at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, winning eight events and posting 24 seasonal best marks.