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Women’s soccer team prepares for upcoming season

Head coach of the women's soccer team Paul Regrutto said the team has steadily improved. Photo courtesy of The women’s soccer program at CSU-Pueblo will embark on its annual journey Sept. 6 to try and win the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. After finishing sixth last season in the conference with an overall record of 7-9-2 and ensuring their first RMAC tournament bid since 2008, the CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team and head coach Paul Regrutto have much to look forward to, as well as build upon. “I think that our...
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CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team setting a new standard

Photo courtesy of For the first time since 2008, the CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team qualified for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs. With a 5-7-2 record, they were placed in the 6th spot in their conference and went on to compete in playoff rounds. The women’s soccer program has gone through extensive changes in the last few years. Changes from coaching staff and playing formations to attitude adjustments and recruitment have just been a few challenges the team has had to overcome in the last year. When former CSU-Pueblo...
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Women’s soccer sees improvements under Regrutto

Paul RegruttoPhoto courtesy of CSU-Pueblo Athletics Two years ago, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s soccer program hit rock bottom with a record of 2-13-2. They were at a crossroads, having to replace their head coach, Janet Cassidy, and they only had 25 players on their roster. During the offseason, the team found a replacement coach and began a major turn-around. CSU-Pueblo hired Paul Regrutto to take over the team, and in his first season with the ThunderWolves, there was immediate improvement. The 2013 season saw the ThunderWolves win five more...
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Freshmen bring new life to women’s soccer team

In 2012, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s soccer team carried a record of 2-13-2. In 2013, they went 7-10 under the first year guidance of head coach Paul Regrutto. So far this season, the Thunderwolves are 2-2-1 with wins over Fort Hays State and St. Mary’s Texas. Part of that success has been attributed to the 13 new freshmen members of the team. Not just in women’s soccer, but in college sports in general, there has been a common notion that freshmen are at the bottom of the pecking order...
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