Club Sports Update

Oct 072004
Authors: Scott Bondy

Rams Cycling Team

The Rams cycling team is in the heart of its season. Last

weekend the team traveled to Durango to compete in the Fort Lewis

College Squawker.

The Rams competed in four types of races over the weekend: short

track, cross country, downhill and dual slalom. In the short track

men’s A race, the team was led by Aaron Potts, who finished in 10th

place. He was followed by a crew of Rams including Joe Saperstein,

Ken Dealmieda and Aaron Anderson. Fort Lewis won the race.

In the women’s race, Sarah Germundson paved the way for the Rams

with a fifth-place finish. She was followed by Lucy Shoemaker in

eighth place and Ali Goldberg in 13th.

“Overall we did well as a team, but Fort Lewis College is a

really good team,” Heather Butler said. “Every race was really

close to the school, and we had really good weather which made for

a fun weekend.”

Men’s Lacrosse takes on Colorado

The lacrosse team hosts a tournament this weekend featuring six

other teams.

The game to watch will be at 4:30 p.m. Saturday when the team

plays the University of Colorado-Boulder. All of the games will be

played on the Intramural Field.

Bowling on The Plaza

The CSU bowling team (yes, there is a team) has been practicing

all year.

Today they will be out in the Lory Student Center Plaza

recruiting for the upcoming season.

“We’re a ragtag team but we’re dedicated and one day we’ll make

a name for ourselves,” said bowling president Allan Ewert.

Ewert also had some advice of how to handle a 7-10 split.

“You throw it right down the middle,” Ewert said.

Men’s soccer falls to CU

Last weekend the CSU men’s soccer team lost its game to CU by a

final score of 4-2. The women faired better, winning their match

versus Western Nebraska 4-0.

The men will next compete in the Glenwood Springs Tournament

Friday through Sunday. The women face CU-Black on Friday followed

by a game on Sunday versus CU-Gold.


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