The CSU men’s club lacrosse team took care of business Sunday in
a 15-4 win over Colorado at the Pepsi Center in Denver. But they
weren’t the only club team in action this weekend.
While lacrosse played a Rocky Mountain Showdown, CSU club hockey
played in the Border War, with CSU crushing the Cowboys in Wyoming
9-1. Friday Ram hockey will take part in a fan favorite, the alumni
game and Saturday the ‘Pokes will come to EPIC looking for revenge
from the beating they took over the weekend. Those upcoming games
mark the last time Ram hockey will play in EPIC, as the team will
head to Maryland in less than two weeks for the national playoffs.
CSU’s first game will be against the red-hot Central Michigan
Chippewas on March 3.
The CSU Ram baseball team head to Mesquite, Nev., for the Snow
Ball Starter Tournament. This will be a big tournament for the Rams
to show the rest of the league that the Rams still are a power,
said head coach Frank Gonzales.
This weekend the CSU women’s lacrosse team will be in Greeley
for the University of Northern Colorado Tournament. Though this
tournament doesn’t have the same draw as did the Cal Poly
tournament the Rams played Feb. 13-15, it is still important for
the Rams if they want to prove they are the best women’s lacrosse
team in Colorado. The Rams, who got the win over Air Force in Cal
Poly, are still considered by many to be the best team in the
The men’s lacrosse team will try to stay undefeated and remain
No. 1 against the Texas A&M Aggies, who started the season No.
6 but since have lost to Arizona and Missouri. The Colorado College
Tigers host the upcoming men’s lacrosse tournament and will play
CSU on Sunday in Colorado Springs.