Matthew Ragsdale, a Colorado native, concludes a remarkable career by etching his name into the record book of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) in four offensive categories. His career spanned 138 games, with 123 starts across Black Hills State University and Western Colorado University. Ragsdale's achievements include winning the league's scoring title in his final season, earning All-American and All-Region honors, and being the only player to score 1,000 points at two RMAC institutions.

By the Numbers
  • Ragsdale averaged 22.6 points per game in the regular season.
  • He concluded his career as the league's third all-time leading scorer with 2,456 career points.
  • Ragsdale is second in 3-point field goals made (370) in RMAC history.
  • He had a career-best 53 points in a game against Black Hills State in December 2021.
State of Play
  • Ragsdale's exceptional performance has elevated the basketball program at Black Hills State University and Western Colorado University.
  • He leaves a significant legacy as one of the best scoring guards in RMAC's history.
What's Next

Matthew Ragsdale's outstanding career sets a high bar for future basketball players in the RMAC. His records and contributions will leave a lasting impact on the league.

Bottom Line

Ragsdale's unparalleled skill set and numerous records firmly establish him as one of the RMAC's basketball greats, leaving a legacy that future players will strive to match.