Stories through photographs. Events and activities that have happened on campus!
The 13th ranked Rustler volleyball team swept conference opponents Casper College 3-0 on Oct. 6. The lady Rustlers hosted Pink Night against Casper College.
CWC's men's and women's soccer teams played on home field on Oct. 15. The women lost 3-1 and the men lost 2-1 against Northeaster Junior College.
The women's soccer team lost a hard-fought 1-0 decision in overtime to Western Wyoming Community College on October 8 in Riverton.
The CWC Rustler Rodeo team hosted the Rustler Roundup Rodeo Oct. 1-3.
CWC men's and women's soccer played their second home game of the season. The Rustlers played against the Trappers. Both teams fell to Northwest 1-0.
The Rustler men's and women's soccer teams had a successful first home game of the season. The lady Rustlers beat Colorado Northwestern Community College 3-0. And the men beat Colorado Northwestern Community College 3-2.
This year's 2nd annual Rendezvous City Beef Roundup was another huge success! There were folks from Utah, Colorado, Washington, Nevada, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, and Wyoming who participated in this amazing event that brings producers and consumers together each year to learn about and support the beef industry.
The Lady Rustler volleyball team is ranked 8th nationally in the 2021 NJCAA DI Volleyball Poll after week one. The Rustlers beat three nationally ranked teams during their home tournament this past weekend. The Rustlers played College of Southern Idaho to kick off the tournament. The Rustlers won 3-0. Friday the Rustlers defeated Snow College 3-2. Saturday the Rustlers played two teams, winning both. They defeated Western Nebraska Community College 3-1 and Utah State Eastern 3-2.
CWC students and staff enjoyed fun events on campus after almost a year of being virtual due to COVID. Welcome back BBQs, archery tag, a magician from Vegas, and yard games were all part of the fun-filled week.
Photos from our community gathering, "Good Medicine: Learning and Contributions in Our Tribal Communities"