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Lady Thunderwolves Fall to the Number 2 Champs

By: Severino Martinez Staff writer PUEBLO, Colo. (November 8, 2019) – Colorado State University-Pueblo, the lady ThunderWolves faced Lubbock Christian University in the first game of the Basketball season and succumbed to defeat to the No. 2 team with the final of 77-60 in the 36th annual Al Kaly Shrine Classic on Friday at Massari Arena. The lady ThunderWolves faced the defending NCAA-II champions in hopes of retribution from last season when they lost 74-78, but the lady Chaps seemed to be a little too much for the ThunderWolves. Eddie...
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UCCS defeats Pack from the line

By Luke Siggins Staff Writer A lackluster fourth quarter Saturday night left Pack Women’s Basketball with a loss against UC-Colorado Springs. Their 67-59 loss Saturday at Massari Arena dropped CSU-Pueblo Women’s Basketball to 11-10 overall and 9-6 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.   Both teams were neck-and-neck in every statistical category except in free throws and bench points. CSU-Pueblo only had five makes on eight free-throw attempts, and UCCS had 18 makes on 27 attempts. Off the bench, UCCS scored 21 and CSU-Pueblo had only seven.   Junior Khiya Adams led the...
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Women’s Basketball win over Westminster College

By Aimee Torrez The Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team has clinched a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title share for the second consecutive year with a 78-67 win over Westminster College on Feb. 10 at Massari Arena. Not only was the snow coming down in Pueblo, but shots were dropping through the net for the Pack. The Pack made 46 percent of their shots from the field and 75 percent from the charity stripe. Pack junior center Molly Rohrer scored a team high of 20 points with six rebounds, two...
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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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