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Thunderwolves still looking for RMAC win

By James Bartolo Despite a scoreless first half, a penalty kick scored by No. 7 Colorado Mines’ Jennifer Kendall was the first of two goals in the Orediggers 2-1 Friday night victory over Thunderwolf Women’s soccer team. Thunderwolf goalkeeper Rylie Martin, who finished the game with seven saves, was charged with...
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Men’s soccer loses 3-2 in extra time

By Emily Montgomery The Colorado State University-Pueblo men’s soccer team lost 3-2 in extra time to Colorado Mines Friday at Art & Lorraine Gonzales Stadium.   Colorado Mines junior John Haist scored the opening goal in the 14th minute. It was the only goal of the first half for either...
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Pack takes loss with stride

By Alexis Smith The Pack women’s volleyball team lost three set to New Mexico Highlands Tuesday night, despite early success.   Head coach Jill Muhe said the Thunderwolves came out with high energy. Within minutes of the first set starting they took the lead. They were driven with momentum and...
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Pack brings the Thunder in week one

By Emily Montgomery The Colorado State University-Pueblo football team was unstoppable on the first Saturday night of Sept. in their home opener against Dixie State. With a final score of 56-14, the Thunderwolves proved they were hungry for a victory. Running back Austin Micci had many highlights during the game,...
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Plinske makes first address

By James Bartolo Dr. Paul Plinske made his first address as athletic director of Colorado State University-Pueblo Monday at the Greater Pueblo Sports Association Room at Massari Arena.   Before coming to Pueblo, he served a total of 15 years as athletic director of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and the University...
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Campus bathrooms face criticism

By Victoria Jimenez Although Colorado State University-Pueblo has undergone a massive facelift in the past decade alone, a lingering zit remains with the status of public campus bathrooms. With over 4,000 undergraduate students in attendance across a 275-acre campus, according to the CSU-Pueblo website, the university is faced with the...
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Pack softball beaten in home opener

By James Bartolo The ThunderWolf softball team lost both games in their doubleheader against the #15 West Texas A&M Lady Buffs. The games were the Pack’s first on the remodeled turf field at Rawlings Complex. In the first game, the ThunderWolves were shut out 8-0. Lady Buff senior Ashley Hardin...
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