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CSU-Pueblo’s Baseball team defeated Colorado School of Mines twice in a double header Saturday afternoon.
CSU-Pueblo’s wrestling team competed at the NCAA Division II Super Regional Four Championships at San Francisco State University last weekend.
CSU-Pueblo held its sixth-annual Loaf N’ Jug Youth Shootout on Friday night at Massari arena. The event was held during the halftime of both the CSU-Pueblo’s men’s and women‘s basketball games.
The Pack opened its baseball season over the weekend. The Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets made the trip to the steel city, winning both games on Sunday after the pack won the two games on Saturday.
A former professional wrestler warned CSU-Pueblo students and faculty members of the dangers related to contact sports and the risks athletes take every day in the field.
It was a tale of two halves for the CSU-Pueblo men’s basketball team in an 89-87 overtime loss to University of Colorado at Colorado Springs at Massari Arena Saturday.
The CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves women’s basketball team beat the UC-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Saturday night at Massari arena, 75-59.
Once Jake Snider moved up the weight class he found out that he would be wrestling his older brother Jesse Snider who wrestles for the Colorado School of Mines.
The Thunderwolves men and women’s basketball teams played host to New Mexico Highlands Friday night. The ladies started the night off with a loss to the Cowgirls 60-52, the men evened the score with an 87-82 win.
CSU-Pueblo’s wrestling team lost to No. 9 Western State Friday night by a score of 29-12 in Massari Arena.
After a slow start to the season, questions still persisted on when Rachel Espinoza was going to play like her standout self. She picked the perfect time to answer those questions Friday night against a tough Adams State team.
Missed free throws, poor shooting , and defensive breakdowns late caused CSU-Pueblo to witness a double-digit lead turn into gut-wrenching double-digit loss Saturday night to the Drury Panthers.