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The CSU-Pueblo Women’s Soccer team strutted their stuff against No.10 ranked Fort Lewis College on Friday night, Sept. 17, at the Rawlings Soccer Complex to improve their record to 3-2.
After an 0-3 start to the season, the CSU-Pueblo men’s soccer team simply needed a change in lighting to help earn their first victory of the season.
The ThunderWolves, playing the first ever night game at Rawlings Sports Complex, pulled out an impressive 2-0 win Wednesday night against a very fierce and aggressive Montana State University-Billings team.
Transferring to another university can be difficult for any student athlete. But for wrestler Patrick Carey, a transfer from the University of Northern Colorado, it has offered a positive alternative in both academics and athletics here at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
On September 11, the Colorado State University-Pueblo athletic department will host Bring the Thunder MMA,” the first Mixed Martial Arts event to take place at Massari Arena.
Well it was a good run, good enough in U.S. soccer standards, I suppose. If we ever had a year to make an impact and show the world we know how to play soccer, it was this year.
If you’re looking to get into some dodgeball action at Colorado State University-Pueblo, then you’re in luck because there is plenty of it going on.
This year’s upcoming CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball freshman class has the potential to be a really good recruiting class, according to Kip Drown, the head coach of the women’s basketball team.
For anybody who is not on a varsity squad team, club sports are available here on campus for students to participate in sports at any time of the year.
Just because you don’t play sports for Colorado State University-Pueblo does not mean that you’re not allowed to play sports on the campus. Many intramural leagues are formed all year long at the CSU-Pueblo recreational center for a variety of different sports, according to Jack Krider director of operations at the Recreational Center.
Attending college full-time can be difficult for any student. However, it can be almost unbearable if you’re also a Division II student-athlete with a part-time job.
But not for Colorado State University-Pueblo football player Daveon Ackinsaya.
Good things come in three’s. Well at least that is the case for the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team.
For the third consecutive year the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves claimed the RMAC Shootout title by defeating number one seeded Fort Lewis College, 61-60.
For the third year in a row the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team is returning to the RMAC Shootout championship.
Behind a 19 point and 15 rebound performance from RMAC freshmen of the year Katrina Selsor, the ThunderWolves defeated Colorado Christian University, 66-63.