Moby Madness: CSU Arena Hits Second Sellout Record in Two Weeks
The Colorado State Men's basketball team has been setting records left and right this season. Besides heading into the first week of February with an impressive 16-3 record, the program itself has had some other pretty amazing things happen this year.
During the home game on January 19, Ram pride was flowing when the student section set a record for the largest crowd ever in school history with 3,850 students in attendance. The team went on to defeat New Mexico that evening 80-74.
The energy was electric again inside Moby Arena on January 28. Despite a tough loss to UNLV, the game was a complete sellout. This was the first time CSU's men's basketball team has hosted a sold-out audience since December 6, 2015. The total capacity of Moby Arena is 8,745 seats.
The February 4 game against San Diego State University has yet to happen, but the Rams have already set another record - selling out Moby Arena for the second home game in a row. This is the first advanced sellout at CSU's arena in almost nine years. The last time it happened was February 23, 2013.
The Rams are looking for redemption during Friday's "Orange Out" game against the Aztecs and the stands will be packed to cheer them on. Fans can also tune in to Power 102.9 to listen live!