Wednesday, July 19, 2017

CU Buffs shock No. 10 Oregon in Duck-hunting bonanza

Thanks to great defense and an early offensive spark, the Buffaloes laid into the No. 10 team in the country for their second conference win of the season.

Todd Helton returning to the University of Tennessee in volunteer role

Having retired from professional baseball in 2013, former Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton is now heading back to college.

No. 3 Pioneers down No. 18 Mavericks 5-3 at Magness Arena

The Denver Pioneers defeated the Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks on Friday night, erasing an early-game deficit to mark their 17th win of the season.
Credit: CSU Athletics

Sportswomen of Colorado honors CSU with four awards

The 43rd Annual Sportswomen of Colorado Awards Celebration will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at the Infinity Park Events Center.

Lack of leadership part of the problem for CU men’s basketball team

It seems that there are a lot of problems for this struggling Colorado Buffaloes this season, but what's their primary issue?

Gian Clavell, Emmanuel Omogbo remain consistent for Colorado State

Clavell and Omogbo have scored all season, but they have upped their game since the Rams lost three of their players to academic ineligibility.

With charges expected, CU assistant coach Joe Tumpkin asked to resign

With domestic violence charges expected to come down any day, the Colorado Buffaloes are parting ways with assistant football coach Joe Tumpkin.

Buffaloes beat Beavers in battle of the beleaguered

The Buffaloes notched their first win of the conference season as they went on to defeat the worse-off Beavers on Thursday night.

Rams may have quite the catch in playmaking wide receiver Warren Jackson

Mike Bobo is putting together a special kind of recruiting class for 2017. It's full of playmakers, like Warren Jackson, and big boys on the line.

Eustachy picks up 100th win at CSU as Rams defeat San Jose State, 81-72

Head Coach Larry Eustachy earned his 100th victory at Colorado State as his Rams defeated San Jose State Spartans, 81-72, Wednesday evening in Moby Arena.