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Posted: 02/18/2017 - After 2 full days, the field has windled down to the championship matches. Colorado crowning their 2017 state champions at the Pepsi Center.

Posted: 02/18/2017 - On senior night, Colorado State University-Pueblo Women's Basketball celebrated the careers of its four graduating players and an outright Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Regular Season Championship. The Pack defeated Colorado Christian University 80-72 to clinch their first outright RMAC title in 29 years Saturday night at Massari Arena.

Updated: 8:22 AM - The University of Colorado Colorado Springs cut a 13-point second half deficit down to two points with 1 minute, 56 seconds, to play, but the Mountain Lions couldn’t complete the comeback in a 65-59 loss at MSU Denver tonight at the Auraria Event Center. Elijah Ross led the Mountain Lions (11-14, 10-10 RMAC) with 13 points and five assists.