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ThunderWolves Advance to round two after home victory

By James Bartolo Top seeded ThunderWolf women’s basketball defeated the South Dakota Mines Hardrockers in the first round of the RMAC Shootout, 60-50 last night. The Hardrockers drained nine 3-pointers in a game with eight lead changes. Consistent 3-point shooting by the Hardrockers in a tight game led ThunderWolf fans throughout Massari Arena to chant “No threes,” as the ThunderWolves tightened their perimeter defense. “We knew we had to have our hands up, feet past the line, because if they have their feet set they are going to pull it,”...
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Pack tennis takes fourth place in RMAC tournament

The CSU-Pueblo women's tennis team took fourth at the RMAC tournament. | Photo courtesy of gothunderwolves.com The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for both men and women’s tennis was held this weekend on April 22 and 23 at City Park in Pueblo. The schools in the conference included Colorado Mesa University, Metro State University, Colorado Christian University and Western New Mexico University. Both the men and women’s team placed fourth out of five in the conference. Western New Mexico University finished in first place for both the men and women’s team,...
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ThunderWolves earn multiple RMAC Player of the Week awards

Defensive end Darius Allen, #3, is one of several Thunderwolves to win the RMAC Player of the Week The RMAC Player of the Week is an honor that is handed out to three position players every week, and for the fourth time this season, that honor has been awarded to a member of the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves. The RMAC Player of the Week honors are awarded to one offensive, one defensive, and one special teams player every week. Senior defensive back Stephan Dickens earned the honor for his effort on special...
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Thunderwolf golf takes second and fourth this week in local tournament

The CSU-Pueblo Women's Golf Team Colorado State University-Pueblo junior Leina Kim (Saipan, CNMI) began the 2014-15 golf season on a high note; she captured first place at the Samuel Proal Insurance Lady Wolf Pack Invitational Tuesday afternoon at Pueblo Country Club, and Thursday she was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women’s golfer of the week. The Thunderwolves recorded a second-round team total of 321 to finish the tournament with a score of 645, matching fellow RMAC opponent Metro State University for second place. After shooting a 3-over par 74...