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In a Sunday double header at Rawlings Sports Complex, the CSU-Pueblo men’s soccer team tied the Fort Lewis Skyhawks 1-1 after double overtime. The wome’s team, playing in their final home game of the season, defeated the Mesa State Mavericks on a first half goal by Senior Katie Thiebaut, 1-0.
If the Colorado State University-Pueblo men’s soccer team was thinking anything on this cool October night it was this: redemption.
Déjà vu were all what explain a 38-24 loss for the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves against RMAC leader and 13th-ranked University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers on Saturday.
There are two new local recruits to the CSU-Pueblo women’s and men’s golf team this year that seem to be promising assets for both teams alike.
The CSU-Pueblo football team is off to a 5-0 start, after a 33-30 triple overtime last Saturday at the Thunderbowl.
The Thunderwolves are also in the top 25 in the NCAA Division II rankings for the first time in school history, as well as the first time they have appeared in a national poll since 1983, the gothunderwolves.com website reported.
A 34-yard field goal by junior kicker Kyle Major, through the swirling winds at the Neta and Eddie Derose ThunderBowl, sealed a 33-30 triple overtime victory Saturday for the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves, and sent the Eagles from Chadron State College back to Nebraska.
The first ever “Bring the Thunder MMA” took place at the Massari Arena on September 11 with a lot of action and entertainment.
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.