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Colorado State Rams Win Historic Sixth MCLA Championship


Greenville, SC – In their ninth MCLA championship game appearance in team history, the Colorado State University Rams travelled over 1,500 miles to play a team just 55 miles down the road, and on the backs of yet another record-setting defensive performance, they completed their drive for perfection on Saturday night at Sirrine Stadium in Greenville, SC. Read More…

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Rams Pound Purdue 20-3 in MCLA First-Round

Greenville, SC – The first seeded and #1 Colorado State University Rams jumped all over the 16th seeded Purdue Boilermakers, breezing past the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference champions by a 20-3 score. The Rams led 6-1 after one, 11-1 at halftime and 16-3 at the end of the third quarter as 16 different Rams registered a point in the MCLA first round tournament game. Read More…

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Rams Start Fast, Down #4 BYU 16-5

Provo, UT – In a rematch of last year’s MCLA semifinals, the #1 Colorado State Rams jumped out to a 6-1 lead after one quarter of play and kept the pressure on for the rest of the game en route to an impressive 16-5 victory over #4 Brigham Young on a gorgeous Friday evening in Provo, UT. Read More…

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#1 Rams Take Down #5 Chapman 5-4 in Triple OT

Loveland, CO – Trailing the 5th ranked Chapman University Panthers by two goals, the #1 Colorado State University Rams rallied to tie the game in the last four minutes and Sean Smith (Amherst HS / Amherst, NY) stuck the game-winner with 2:43 remaining in the third overtime period to get a key out of conference victory on a cold night at the Loveland Sports Park. Read More…

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Colorado State Rams Earn #2 Seed in MCLA National Tournament

Fort Collins, CO – The Colorado State Rams claimed their third consecutive Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference title on Saturday afternoon and will enter the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association national tournament as the #2 seed for the third consecutive year as well. CSU defeated Brigham Young to grab the second spot behind #1 Cal Poly in the MCLA’s 16th annual tournament to be held this year in Greenville, SC. Read More…

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Gloucester Catholic High School Pinnies, Shorts and Shooting Shirts


A fairly new team from Southern New Jersey has been making noise this season. The Gloucester Catholic High School Rams, only in its third year as a varsity program, are having an impressive year thus far and their apparel is quite eye-catching, too. Read More…

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Rams Rally, but Fall Short in 8-6 Loss to #3 BYU


Highlands Ranch, CO – The #2 Colorado State Rams rallied from five down to make it a one-goal game in the fourth quarter against #3 Brigham Young but were unable to complete the comeback in a disappointing 8-6 loss to their Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference rivals on Saturday night. Read More…

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Carter and Devlin Fuel Rams Comeback; Beat Chapman 10-8


Beaverton, OR – Trailing 8-5 with 6:50 left in the third quarter and having just watched #3 Chapman go on a four-goal run over the course of three and a half minutes, the #2 ranked Colorado State Rams took a timeout, regrouped and proceeded to score the final five goals of the game to secure an impressive 10-8 victory in the final game of the Southridge Lacrosse Classic. Read More…

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