Quick Sports: Men’s basketball suffers conference loss; rifle team sets record

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    Men’s basketball suffers fourth straight conference loss

    The Horned Frogs fell to Colorado State University 71-65 on Saturday night on the road. It was the team’s fourth straight loss in the Mountain West Conference.

    The team’s record now stands at 13-10 overall. The loss gives the Horned Frogs a 4-5 record in the MWC.

    Senior forward Kevin Langford led the team with 19 points, four assists and three rebounds.

    The Horned Frogs get right back to action tonight on the road against the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

    Men’s golf settles for third in Hawaii

    The golf team completed its first tournament of the spring in impressive fashion, finishing third at the University of Hawaii Hilo Intercollegiate Tournament.

    The 20-team tournament featured 10 teams in the top-25, including tournament champion University of Southern California and runner-up University of Washington.

    Sophomore Tom Hoge led the team, tying for 10th in the tournament with a total score of 214, including a final-round score of 69.

    The team has a two-week break until its next tournament, the University of North Florida Invitational, beginning Feb. 22 in Jacksonville, Fla.

    Rifle team sets records in weekend competition

    In its final competition before an NCAA qualifier match against the Air Force Academy, the rifle team defeated the University of Texas at El Paso 4,649-4,630 at home Saturday.

    The win helped the team remain undefeated since returning from Winter Break.

    During the match, the Horned Frogs set a new team record in the smallbore competition, collectively scoring 2,316 points. Junior Erin Lorenzen broke an individual school record when she registered a score of 587 in the 3X20 smallbore.

    The team’s next match, the NCAA qualifier against Air Force, is scheduled Saturday at home. The match will help determine placement in the eight-team NCAA National Championships in March.