Herl qualifies for Nationals in 1st meet, sets school record by 7 feet
Summers, Glasgow, Karst, and Helmick reach podium at 20-team tourney
After losing to Colorado School of Mines (5-5, 1-0 RMAC) Friday night, the Chadron State women’s basketball team picked up its first win this season Saturday against Colorado Christian University (2-5, 0-2 RMAC) to improve to 1-4 overall (1-1 RMAC).
CSC and the University of Nebraska at Kearney, battled back and forth the entire game, but the Lopers were able to score in overtime, winning 75-65. The Eagles, still searching for the season’s first win, fell to an 0-4 record, while the Lopers improved to 4-2.
Six seniors will compete at three post-season bowl games in the coming months.
Alejandro Garcia, senior of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, concluded an impressive final cross country season as CSC’s first to compete at the NCAA D-II Men’s Cross Country Championships Nov. 19 in St. Leo, Florida.
The CSC women’s basketball team lost to Montana State University Billings, Friday, 66-60, then traveled to Kearney to play rival UNK, losing 72-52.
The CSC Eagle wrestling team defeated Colorado School of Mines 25-15 Sunday.
Alejandro Garcia, senior of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, completed an impressive season finishing 65th of 242 competitors at the 2016 NCAA D-II Men’s Cross Country Championships Saturday in St. Leo, Florida.
The Eagles started both halves strong against Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota, but couldn’t close the game, losing 94-74.