The No. 1 goal of the club is to create more interaction between the team and its fans
Oct. 15, 2008
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A new chapter in Colorado State Women’s Basketball history is about to begin with tip-off of the first game under Head Coach Kristen Holt just weeks away. Along with a new staff, a new philosophy, and some new players, there is a new fan club for the supporters of Ram Basketball. Coach Holt is proud to introduce the new “High Hoops” fan club for all Ram Basketball enthusiasts.
All proceeds from “High Hoops” go directly to improving the Women’s Basketball Program and will aide Coach Holt in rebuilding Ram Basketball to the elite level it is accustomed to being. We truly hope to see you at all of our home games this year, and look forward to getting to know you throughout the upcoming season! Thank you for your support!
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