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The ThunderWolves defeated the Western State Colorado University Mountaineers 21-3 Saturday, Nov. 10, in Gunnison, Colo. to secure its second straight undefeated season.
CSU-Pueblo basketball kicks the season off with the the Al Kaly tourney Friday, Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 18.
Wrestling is a sport that is comparable to hand-to-hand combat. It is an individual sport that can be won or lost based on actions of the individual alone.
On Nov. 10, 1984, then University of Southern Colorado Indians, lost to Adams State University, 51-25, in the final game of their season.
In a season full of extraordinary victories, few are as special as what was witnessed by fans at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl, Saturday afternoon, on senior day.
Winter brings snowfall and frigid temperatures outside, but inside, the CSU-Pueblo wrestling room temperatures are just starting to heat up.
It was the kind of outcome one would expect of the No. 1 team, against a struggling opponent.
Entering the first ThunderWolf women’s golf tournament of the season on Sept. 10, at the West Texas A&M Stampede, in Amarillo, Tex., redshirt freshman Leina Kim had no idea what she was about to accomplish.
At this week’s home football, soccer and volleyball games during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, CSU-Pueblo Athletics will raise funds locally for cancer research and awareness, benefitting the St. Mary-Corwin Breast Center of Excellence.
CSU-Pueblo attained a number-one national ranking for just the second time in school history, weighing in at the top position in the latest AFCA/USA Today Division II Coaches’ Poll.
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced its preseason poll and all-conference teams Monday with CSU-Pueblo picked to finish sixth.
CSU-Pueblo volleyball fell to 20th ranked Metro State on Friday in four sets. The Pack dropped to 11-9 on the season after the Roadrunners won 23-25, 25-22, 25-20, 27-25.