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May 042004
 
Authors: Collegian sports

CSU Baseball out for support

In an effort to raise money for their top-ranked club baseball

team’s trip to defend its national title, the members of CSU

Baseball are hosting a fund-raising golf tournament May 21 at Mad

Russian Golf Course.

Planned in conjunction with Party On Event Planning, the

tournament will feature 18 holes of golf, a home run contest and

raffle prizes. All proceeds will go to benefit the Rams in their

quest to win the National Collegiate World Series for the second

year in a row in Bradleton, Fla.

“It’s a good opportunity to help a club in need,” said CSU

Baseball Vice President Nathan Klein in a press release. “We’re

making our fourth consecutive run at Nationals and need all the

help we can get.”

The course is located at 2100 Country Club Pkwy., Milliken,

Colo. Businesses interested in sponsoring the event or those

wanting to participate in the event can contact CSU Baseball head

coach Frank Gonzalez at 217-3771.

Women’s basketball in pursuit of Huskie

Former Highlands Ranch High School standout and recent member of

the University of Connecticut’s 2004 National Champion team Liz

Sherwood is looking to transfer and counts CSU among her teams of

interest. The 6-foot-4 center spent the 2004 season under the

tutelage of head coach Geno Auriemma, but had an apparent falling

out with the coach toward the end of the season, which she spent

predominately on the bench. Neither Auriemma nor Sherwood was

available for comment.

According to Lisa Eakins, CSU women’s basketball administrative

assistant, CSU head coach Chris Denker “is actively recruiting

Sherwood at this time.”

Assistant director of CSU media relations Heather Kennedy added

that Connecticut has granted Sherwood permission to seek a

transfer.

Last season the two-time All-Colorado selection averaged 4.3

points and 1.8 rebounds per game, but did not play in the Huskies’

last four NCAA Tournament games. Colorado, Vanderbilt and Fresno

State are also schools Sherwood is reportedly considering a

transfer.

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