Oct. 24, 2012
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Ram Ruckus is hitting the road to support the Colorado State Rams volleyball team when the Rams take on Wyoming on Nov. 2. CSU is currently tied atop the Mountain West standings, and needs your help to give them an advantage away from home.
The first 48 students to sign up for a bus trip to the match in Laramie (Friday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.), will receive roundtrip transportation and a ticket to the event for just $12.
Tickets can be purchased at the iBox, which is located on the main floor of the Lory Student Center.
Senior libero Izzy Gaulia spearheaded the initiative to get students to the road match.
“After seeing their fans come to our house, it made me really motivated to get our awesome fans to come to the match so it can be a great environment,” Gaulia said. “Their gym isn’t real big, so it’s important for us to get as many fans as we can. We need all of the boosters, but especially students, to come out and get loud and give us the advantage.”
Colorado State hits the road for two conference matches this week, playing at San Diego State and Nevada, before the Border War match Nov. 2 in Laramie, a night before the two schools meet on the football field.
LIMITED NUMBER OF SPOTS REMAIN FOR NETWORK GROUP
Just a few spots remain for volleyball NETwork members to register for the Wyoming bus trip. Contact Bri Olmstead at 970/213-1830 or email@example.com to reserve a spot.
Other bus trips available for NETwork members include Nov. 13 at Northern Colorado and Nov. 15 at Air Force. For more information about Head Coach Tom Hilbert’s NETwork group, contact Bri or visit online.