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Club Sports program gives back by holding campuswide food drive

The Colorado State University-Pueblo Club Sports program is holding a campuswide food drive until March 7 to give back to the campus community. The drive started Feb. 22. Club sports food drive flyer | Photo courtesy of CSU-Pueblo Intramural's Facebook page Each Club Sports program is collecting non-perishable foods in their designated boxes around campus to give all donations back to the Pack Pantry. The Pack Pantry is one of the newest additions to the CSU-Pueblo campus. The program was started in 2015 in hopes to eliminate food insecurities for...
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Club sports provide students with involvement options

The men's club soccer team is the CSU-Pueblo's newest club sport. Colorado State University-Pueblo students looking for more involvement on campus are only a few pieces of paperwork away. Currently, CSU-Pueblo plays host to five club sports: rugby, baseball, climbing, racquetball and men’s soccer. All compete in collegiate competitions throughout the year. Establishing a club sport on campus is a fairly simple, step-by-step process that any student can follow. To start a new club sport, all that is required of a current student is to submit a registration packet to...
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Rugby on the rise at CSU-Pueblo

Photo courtesy of CSU-Pueblo athletics Four main sports have become a part of life in the United States: football, basketball, baseball and soccer, with soccer being the most recent to make the list; the same four sports are also the most popular at Colorado State University-Pueblo. However, Rugby Club President Matt Durant said, “in American culture, rugby is following in the same footsteps that soccer has made in the last few years.” CSU-Pueblo’s rugby team is one of several club sports on campus. This year it consists of 18 players,...
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New club soccer team emerges at CSU-Pueblo

The CSU-Pueblo Men's Club Soccer Team CSU-Pueblo mass communication major, Tyler Shown, was inspired to start a new club soccer team  on campus, and it has been more successful than he could have imagined. “It seemed like this club happened over night. We started talking about it in March, and by the end of March we had 13 guys getting together for a scrimmage. Even the administration was impressed with how quickly things happened,” said Shown. Some members of the club team had opportunities to play for the university soccer...