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Today sports editor experiences the big leagues

As a former college student-athlete, a huge sports fan and an aspiring sports writer, my life revolves around sports. At least that's the opinion of my wife. When I recently got the opportunity to go to a Rockies game while interning for the sports section of the Pueblo Chieftain, I...
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Pack student-athletes guests for NCAA conference

Colorado State University-Pueblo men's basketball player Ken Moses (Jr. - Honolulu, Hawaii) and women's cross country athlete, Lindsey Herrera (Sr. - Pueblo West, Colo.), have been selected by the NCAA to represent CSU-Pueblo at the 2008 National Student-Athlete Development Conference, which takes place from May 27-29.Moses and Herrera will be...
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Cordova honored as Daktronics second teamer

CSU-Pueblo junior outfielder Thomas Cordova was recognized on Wednesday as a member of the Daktronics Division II All-West Region second team. Cordova, who led the ThunderWolves in most major offensive categories, including home runs (11), RBI (62), and slugging percentage (.673), finished third on the team in hitting with a...
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Pack softball splits in Alamosa

A lead-off home run by Janine Tyler and a grand slam by Kelly Purcell helped the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves take the first game before a 7-run barrage in the fourth inning led the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers to a 10-6 second game victory as the teams split a...
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Pack split, cling to final playoff spot

Jon Proesl threw out a runner at the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning to allow Colorado State Univeristy-Pueblo to split a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader with New Mexico Highlands on Sunday. Proesl, who homered and drove in two runs, led the Pack to a 5-4...
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Pack softball earns hard fought victory

Short a few hands in the pitching staff, the ThunderWolves did their best to reverse their fortunes - all bad - after a sweep at the hands of Fort Lewis Saturday in the series-openers. The ThunderWolves accomplished part of that mission, upending the Skyhawks 4-1 in game one Sunday, but...
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CSU-Pueblo tennis serves up second straight RMAC Player of the Week

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has named CSU-Pueblo sophomore Ricardo Oaxaca as the RMAC Men's Tennis Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Wednesday. Oaxaca posted a perfect 4-0 record in singles action and a 3-1 record in doubles action this last weekend. His only defeat came against RMAC opponent...
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Proto stars in T-Wolves’ television debut

In front of a regional television audience for the first time in school history, the Pack put it all together, knocking off DI New Mexico State 7-6 Tuesday.Behind embattled starter Joe Proto, who had started the season 0-4 and was the owner a 10.27 ERA, put up a gem in...
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Pack’s Fresquez dubbed RMAC Player of the Week

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo junior and number-two singles player, Beau Fresquez, has been selected as the RMAC Men's Tennis Player of the Week.   Fresquez, competing at No. 2 singles for the Thunderwolves, took on a revamped Emporia State lineup last weekend that moved its...
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Pack try to build on strong pitching performance

Metro State is considered one of the top teams in the country, coming into this weekend's four-game set with the Pack ranked 13th in the country. But with an 8-6 win over the Pack Sunday, the ThunderWolves tried not to make excuses as their losing streak extended to 11. Pack...
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