5th and 6th Grader ‘Rams’ in Indiana Celebrate Win, Colorado State Rams
With CSU Men's Basketball having a great season, it's fun to see an alum of Colorado State getting his current team of 'Rams' to cheer on the 'Aggie' Rams.
The Westfield Youth Sports program, in Westfield, Indiana has team of 5th and 6th graders, "Rams," who are very proud. They went 14-1 on the season and won their Championship game. They also have pride for our Colorado State Rams
One of the adults with the program (whether he's a coach, or a father of one of the players in unclear,) is Brian Gould. Brian got his MBA at Colorado State University, and now lives in Westerfield with his wife and kids.
Brian still carries a lot of Ram Pride, even way out in Indiana, it would seem. He posted a photo on his Twitter feed after his Rams won their Championship game, boasting that the Westfield Rams were almost as fun as watching David Roddy and the Colorado State Rams.
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Brian must be keeping up on Colorado State's great season, the third consecutive season that Coach Niko Medved has lead the Rams to a 20+ season. Roddy, a junior, is a forward for the Rams, and is having a stellar season.
Sports Illustrated recently did a story on Roddy, where it states that when he was in second grade he knew he wanted to play Division 1 basketball; it's great that he's doing exactly that, and excelling at it.
Go Westerfield Rams, Go Colorado State Rams!
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