After the CSU-Pueblo baseball team got off to a slow start this season it looked as if they would be in for a tough spring. That’s nothing but a distant past after another win Thursday, April 5, at Rawlings Field against Colorado Christian.
Throughout the history of sports there have been examples of how athletes and musicians are intertwined with one another, which can be seen with black baseball league players and jazz musicians during the 1930s and 40’s.
The Division II Wrestling Championship has been dominated by Nebraska-Omaha six times since 2004. Though they didn’t make it seven this year, the crown still returned to Nebraska, just to a different school this time.
The annual VEX Robotics Competition invaded Pueblo Saturday afternoon and ran like a properly programmed mechanical creature. The 20 teams from around Colorado competed at CSU-Pueblo’s Massari Arena to show off their excellence in engineering and programming.
The CSU-Pueblo men’s basketball team came into the game Friday, Jan. 20, against Chadron State determined to get off to a fast start, and that’s exactly what they did. Starting the game hitting 10 of 11 shots from the field, they took an early first-half lead and never looked back.
To be the best, you have to beat the best. That’s the opportunity the ThunderWolves football team had Saturday, Nov. 26, when they took their undefeated record and number one ranking into first round of the 2011 NCAA Division II playoffs.
The ThunderWolves football team took to their home field Saturday, Nov. 5, knowing that with a win they would have at least a share to the RMAC title. After a slow first quarter, the Pack found their groove again and took down the Western State Mountaineers 41-3.
The ThunderWolves women’s soccer team had high hopes of finishing a disappointing season with a win on senior day. The Pack wrapped up the 2011 season with a devastating 3-2 loss in overtime Sunday, Oct. 30, against the 23rd ranked Colorado School of Mines Orediggers.