July 15, 2009
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Colorado State athletics has more than 400 student-athletes competing in 16 varsity sports.
Supporting student-athlete scholarships, the Colorado State University Ram Club provides financial assistance for athletic scholarships through Ram Club memberships. A Ram Club membership provides the athletic program the resources in recruiting, educating, developing and graduating student-athletes within an environment that pursues excellence, values integrity and ethical conduct, promotes respect for all individuals, teaches sportsmanship, entertains constituents and emphasizes championship performance.
The Ram Club Board of Directors is the volunteer advisory group designated to discuss and execute matters of policy operations relative to the Ram Club and the department of athletics. The goal of the board is to provide leadership in promoting all aspects of the Ram Club and supporting scholarship dollars for student-athletes.
The 2009-10 elected Ram Club of Directors are Jim Hunter (president), Connie Hanrahan (vice president), Joel Cantalamessa (secretary), Linda Clark, Kirk Dando, Aaron Eide, Cody Fullmer, LouAnn Hoehne, Ann Hutchinson, Eric Lea, Bob Loner, Ben Morgan, Aki Palmer, Rich Piper, Rex Stahla, Kevin Unger, Norm Warner and Bill Woods.
For more information on the Colorado State University Ram Club or how to join, call 970-491-4666 or visit csuramclub.com.
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