- Colorado State Rams men's basketball
Colorado State Rams University Colorado State University Conference MWC Location Fort Collins, CO Head coach Tim Miles (5th year) Arena Moby Arena
Nickname Rams Colors Green and White and Gold Uniforms NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen 1954, 1969 NCAA Tournament Round of 32 1989 NCAA Tournament appearances 1954, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1989, 1990, 2003 Conference tournament champions 2003 Conference regular season champions 1989, 1990 (WAC)
The Colorado State Rams men's basketball team represents Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, in NCAA Division I basketball competition. They play their home games at the Moby Arena and are members of the Mountain West Conference. Their current head coach is Tim Miles.
NCAA Tournament results
The Rams have appeared in eight NCAA Tournaments. Their combined record is 3–9.
Year Round Opponent Result/Score 1954 Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place Game
1963 First Round Oklahoma City L 67–70 1965 First Round Oklahoma City L 68–70 1966 First Round Houston L 76–82 1969 First Round
1989 First Round
1990 First Round Alabama L 54–71 2003 First Round Duke L 57–67
The Rams have appeared in seven National Invitation Tournaments. Their combined record is 6–7.
Year Round Opponent Result/Score 1961 Quarterfinals Saint Louis L 53–59 1962 First Round Holy Cross L 71–72 1988 First Round
3rd Place Game
1996 First Round Nebraska L 83–91 1998 First Round Minnesota L 65–77 1999 First Round
2011 First Round Fairfield L 60–62
The Rams have appeared in one College Basketball Invitational. Their record is 0–1.
Year Round Opponent Result/Score 2010 First Round Morehead State L 60–74 Colorado State Rams men's basketball head coaches
No coach (1901–1905) • Claude Rothgeb (1905–1910) • George Cassidy (1910–1911) • Harry W. Hughes (1911–1925) • P. E. Lavik (1925–1928) • Joe Ryan (1928–1934) • Saaly Salwachter (1934–1935) • Sam Campbell (1935–1937) • John Davis (1937–1945) • E. D. Taylor (1945–1949) • H. B. Lee (1949–1950) • Bill Strannigan (1950–1954) • Jim Williams (1954–1980) • Tony McAndrews (1980–1987) • Boyd Grant (1987–1991) • Stew Morrill (1991–1998) • Ritchie McKay (1998–2000) • Dale Layer (2000–2007) • Tim Miles (2007– )
Mountain West Conference men's basketball Teams Championships & awards
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