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ThunderWolves face stiff competition in trip to Phoenix

Though wins weren't easy to come by, the CSU-Pueblo men's tennis team were taking solace in the fact that they were getting their licks in against some of the nation's best, getting shut out by Sonoma State tenth-ranked Abilene Christian in competitions held here Friday. The ThunderWolves lost all nine...
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Pack engineers split of first two matches in Phoenix

Number-two singles player Julie Wainwright was nearly able to come away undefeated in the ThunderWolves' first two matches of play in Phoenix, winning three matches in doubles and singles play on Thursday and Friday.  Wainwright scored a 6-3, 7-2 victory over Midwestern State's Collean Kinser, the only ThunderWolf to gain...
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Oaxaca, Raun, Wainwright named to all-RMAC Preseason tennis teams

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo's men's and women's number-one singles players, Ricardo Oaxaca and Jamie Raun, and the women's number-two, Julie Wainwright, have been named to the RMAC preseason all-conference tennis teams. Oaxaca, a sophomore from Puebla, Mexico, was selected as the RMAC freshman of the...
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Halftime lead fades as Pack falls in overtime

The ThunderWolves led by as much as eight early in the second half of their game with Western State Saturday, but a good second half by the Mountaineers allowed them to outlast the Pack to claim the 63-59 overtime win. The Mountaineers got the upper hand with a 15-5 run...
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ThunderWolves drop closing game of tournament

Before the first pitch of Sunday's games at the CSU-Pueblo Preseason Softball Tournament, an almost spontaneous cloud of fog rose from the eastern plains like a phoenix, setting on the Rawlings Sports Complex and sitting for the rest of the day.And like the fog, the Pack softball team had trouble...
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CSU-Pueblo wins big with D-1 transfer

The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team couldn't have been more enthusiastic coming into the '06-'07 basketball season. With a little bit of luck the Pack improved drastically acquiring 6-foot 2-inch Lindsay Black from the University of New Mexico to be a presence on the inside. It is no wonder that Black...
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Pack football kicks off with luncheon

The CSU-Pueblo football program held a signing day luncheon on Thursday in the Occhiatto University Center Ballroom to announce their 2008 recruiting class. Head coach John Wristen was on hand to announce and comment on most of the players, and introduced his coaching staff. Those coaches include Hunter Hughes, defensive...
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Pack finds shot, scores sweep of Adams

ALAMOSA, Colo. - The ThunderWolves' last two games, both losses, were typified by a cold shooting and a collective loss of concentration on fundamentals.Tuesday night, to put it lightly, the Pack learned from its past mistakes. The ThunderWolves shot nearly 48 percent from the floor and committed only five turnovers,...
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Pack turns fortunes, snags win from Mesa

It takes a strong, well-oiled team to put together a 20-0 run in a college basketball game.But it may take an even more special team to rebound from being on the sour end of that run to somehow pull out a victory, just as the ThunderWolves did in claiming a...
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Skyhawks outshoot, outlast Pack

The CSU-P women had their season long six game win streak snapped on Friday, 63-54, by the 11th ranked Fort Lewis Skyhawks. The Pack were only one game shy of tying the lady's school record win streak of seven games, but couldn't contain the sharp-shooting of the Skyhawks. "They made...
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