March 9, 2002 |
Constance Jinks scored a career-high 36 points, and Linda Frohlich led a key second-half run as Nevada Las Vegas beat No. 18 Colorado State, 72-58, Friday in the Mountain West Conference tournament semifinals at Las Vegas. The fourth-seeded Rebels advanced to today's final against Brigham Young, a 71-58 winner over New Mexico. Frohlich scored five of her 18 points in an 11-2 run midway through the second half that put the Rebels in front, 54-43, with 6:15 remaining.
August 31, 1997 |
Colorado State opened its season with its seventh-best offensive output ever--577 yards--in routing Nevada, 45-13, Saturday in a nonconference game at Fort Collins, Colo. Damon Washington and Kevin McDougal combined for 315 yards rushing and four touchdowns and Moses Moreno threw for 245 yards to lead the Rams, who are favored to win the Western Athletic Conference. Colorado State also turned in an impressive defensive effort against Nevada, the favorite in the Big West Conference.
February 6, 1992 |
La Jolla running back E.J. Watson saw the end of one dream and the beginning of another Wednesday when he signed a letter of intent to play football at Colorado State. Watson, the Times All-County Back of the Year, had always dreamed of playing college football--at Florida. Watson was recruited by Florida, Miami, Nebraska and USC but only received a scholarship offer from Colorado State, mainly because of his uncertain academic status. Watson appreciated the Rams' willingness to commit.
September 17, 1999 |
Freshman Luke Staley scored three touchdowns and Brigham Young's defense was dominant through three quarters Thursday night as the No. 25 Cougars beat No. 23 Colorado State, 34-13, at Provo, Utah. Kevin Feterik passed for two touchdowns in the Mountain West Conference's first game. One went to Staley, Oregon's high school player of the year last season who chose BYU (2-0) over Nebraska, UCLA and Washington, among others, so he could play with his older brother, defensive back Dustin Staley.
November 4, 1988 |
Leon Fuller, Colorado State football coach, said Thursday that no disciplinary action will be taken against fullback Paul MacRenato until his case is resolved. MacRenato, a former University City High School player, was arrested late Monday for suspicion of carrying a concealed weapon and suspicion of criminal impersonation. His case was to be reviewed by a Larimer County district attorney's screening officer, who will determine if charges will be filed.
September 8, 1996 |
Koy Detmer passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, and No. 5 Colorado survived an early scare to outslug in-state rival Colorado State, 48-34, Saturday night at Fort Collins, Colo. Backup tailback Lendon Henry caught one of Detmer's touchdown throws and ran for two more scores, while starter Herchell Troutman rushed for 184 yards. Detmer completed 31 of 42 passes, including 14 in a row during one stretch in the first half, for 364 yards.
September 2, 2001 |
Last year in its showdown against rival Colorado State, the Colorado defensive backs were burned for touchdown passes of 52, 42, 34 and 30 yards. In Saturday's rematch, the Colorado secondary returned fire with four interceptions, including two that were returned for touchdowns and one that set up another score in a 41-14 rout of No. 24 Colorado State at Denver. "A year ago the secondary gave up four big plays," Colorado Coach Gary Barnett said. "This year they made four big plays.
October 10, 2003 |
Bradlee Van Pelt passed for 192 yards and three touchdowns at Provo, Utah, as Colorado State became the first opponent to score more than 50 points at Brigham Young with a 58-13 victory Thursday night. Marcus Houston had 18 carries for 85 yards and three touchdowns for the Rams (4-3, 1-1 in the Mountain West). The defending conference champions gained 446 yards.
March 16, 1990 |
Mike Mitchell has never been one to seek the spotlight. He's been around it most of his basketball career, but has shied away from the glare. Mitchell, a senior at Colorado State, has seen spotlight players. He has played with them and against them. Before he was even out of high school, Mitchell had played with Tom Lewis (Pepperdine) and against John Williams (Washington Bullets).
October 23, 1988 |
San Diego State football players huddled near their lockers, clustered by position. The defensive backs were in one corner, the offensive linemen in another. The defensive linemen were near the door. They talked quietly as they dressed, some in pairs, others in groups. The scene had the look of some form of therapy. They spoke about disappointment, frustration, diminished hopes and, most haltingly, about the pain of their embarrassment.