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Greeley, Colorado native, Michaela Breit, has joined the Thunderwolf women’s golf team as the assistant coach.
Breit is a recent graduate of CSU Pueblo, earning her bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing, but she isn’t …
The old adage is that it is difficult to beat a team three times in the same season. That is something the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolf women’s basketball team found out the hard way on Friday night as they were stung by the Black Hills State University Yellowjackets, 63-53 in the semifinal round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout here on the campus of Colorado Mesa University.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team won their first post-season game since 2010 and matched a school-record for wins in a season as they claimed a hard-fought 51-46 win over visiting Metro State University in the quarterfinal round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout, Tuesday night here in Massari Arena.
The Black Hills State Yellow Jackets came into the weekend tied for second in the RMAC standings with Colorado State University-Pueblo, while on a nine game winning streak vs. RMAC opponents.
Eight days ago, the ThunderWolves men’s basketball team blew a 10-point lead in an eventual loss vs. Colorado Christian.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves came into the game on Friday vs. the Chadron State Eagles on a two game losing streak.
The Chadron State Eagles went into the half with a three-point deficit after shooting 8-for-14 from 3-point range in the first 20 minutes.
Colorado State University-Pueblo may have the best football coach in NCAA Division II athletics, and that could lead to a big pay off for the university’s Alumni Association.
The third-ranked CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves fell to No. 22 Grand Valley State in a back-and-forth game that saw four lead changes and resulted in a 34-30 loss that ended the ThunderWolves’ unbeaten season in the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs.
After a securing the top regional seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Division II playoffs, the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves are preparing for their opening game against Grand Valley State University (Mich.).
On Nov. 17, 24 teams were selected to the NCAA Division II playoffs.
The ThunderWolves went into the game on Saturday in a familiar position; being in control of their own destiny in the final week of the regular season.