By Craig Buchanan
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State women’s soccer program is happy to announce that Alejandro Pacheco has won the raffle for the free tuition to next summer’s Mini Rams Camp.
The Rams conducted the raffle following their 7-0 exhibition victory over Colorado Mesa on Saturday afternoon when they hosted a free youth clinic. All pre-registrants for the free youth clinic were eligible for the drawing. The winner was selected out of a hat by Colorado State’s head women’s golf coach, Annie Young.
Colorado State’s Mini Rams Camp will take place sometime in June 2015. For more information on all of the upcoming camps that the Rams will be offering, or to join the waitlist to help reserve your spot, click here.
Colorado State opens up its season on the road at Colorado on Aug. 22 and will host Northern Colorado on Aug. 28 in its home-opener. In total, the Rams will play 10 matches on its home field in 2014.
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