CSU-Pueblo Athletic Facilities

Athletic Fields and Arenas

DIRECTIONS AND CAMPUS MAPS

Colorado State University-Pueblo boasts some of the finest facilities in all of NCAA Division II.  Recently athletic expansion has ushered in a new era for ThunderWolf Athletics, as the addition of the 6,500-seat Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl (2008), the 3,900-seat Massari Arena and the Art & Lorraine Gonzales Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium (2016) were added as crown jewels to the on-site baseball and softball complexes.

To view detailed facility profiles of each ThunderWolf complex, click the links below:

Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl: (Constructed 2008, Capacity: 6,500)
Home of CSU-Pueblo's Football and Men's and Women's Track and Field programs.  Complex includes a synthetic turf field (new turf in 2016), as well as jumping, pole vault, and throwing areas.  Also serves as the site for numerous Pueblo high school football and track and field events. Host to the 2012 and 2013 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships and a NCAA Division II Football Semifinal game in 2014.

Massari Arena: (Constructed: 1971, Renovated: 2008, Capacity: 3,900)
Home of CSU-Pueblo's Men's and Women's Basketball, Wrestling and Volleyball programs. Hosted the 2012 NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships.

Rawlings Field: (Constructed: 1993, Capacity: 2,500)
Home of CSU-Pueblo's Baseball program, former home of Minor League team, Pueblo Bighorns, as well as site for numerous high school, semipro, and club baseball events.  Features synthetic turf infield and backstop.

Rawlings Softball Complex: (Constructed: 1993, Capacity: 500)
Home of CSU-Pueblo's Softball Program.  Consists of four fields and is home to numerous community and collegiate softball tournaments.  Features synthetic turf.

 

 

Rawlings Soccer Compl/Art & Lorraine Gonzales Soccer and Lacrosse Stadium: (Constructed: 1993, Renovations complete in 2016, Capacity: 550)
Home of CSU-Pueblo's Men's and Women's Soccer and Men's and Women's Lacrosse programs, as well as site for numerous commuity soccer competitions.  In 2009, lights were added to the complex, new field turf was added in 2014, while a fieldhouse, grandstand and press box were complete in 2016. 

Pueblo City Park Tennis Complex: Home of CSU-Pueblo's Men's and Women's Tennis programs, as well as the Colorado state high school tennis championships.  Regarded as one of the finest tennis facilities in the state of Colorado.

Walking Stick Golf Course: Home of CSU-Pueblo's Men's and Women's Golf programs.  The 18-hole "Walking Stick" course at the Walking Stick Golf Course facility in Pueblo, Colorado features 7,147 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 72.0 and it has a slope rating of 134 on Blue grass.  Designed by Arthur Hills, ASGCA, the Walking Stick golf course opened in 1991. 

Strength & Conditioning Facilities

CSU-Pueblo boasts two outstanding strength and conditioning facilities on campus at CSU-Pueblo dedicated to training athletes.  Together they represent some of the most outstanding strength and conditioning facilities in all of Division II athletics. 

Strength & Conditioning Facilities at the ThunderBowl - Leomiti Warrior Center: 

After nearly 10 years since their first contribution to Colorado State University-Pueblo to reinstate the football program, the Friends of Football (FOF) came together to provide improvements for all 22 Pack Athletics programs. 

Named the Leomiti Warrior Center after Co-Defensive Coordinator Donnell Leomiti, a brand new 10,000-square foot weight room was opened in the Fall of 2016 at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl.

The majority of the project was privately funded with the cost around $3,300,000. More than 83 donors, both individuals and businesses, have committed monetary or in-kind donations.

The new weight room more than doubles the space of the old area and is utilized by all 550-plus student-athletes and coaches. The expansion features brand new equipment, which includes a large indoor turf area for speed and agility training. The weight room includes additional power racks and dumbbell benches, new Olympic lifting bars and bumpers, dumbbells, glute/ham benches and Keiser squat machines.

The roof of the new weight room features an observation deck to provide opportunities for special events and pre-game hospitality.

Strength & Conditioning Facilities at Massari Arena: The newly updated strength and conditioning facility in Massari Gymnasium is 1,839 square feet in size. This facility has four multi-station platforms that allow performance of the Olympic lifts, squats, front squats, bench press, incline press, pull-ups along with a variety of other exercises. In addition there is a squat rack, bench press station, dumbbells ranging from two lbs to 100 lbs and utility benches used for dumbbell training that can adjust from flat to incline. There are also a variety of medicine balls and bands to supplement the equipment already mentioned. This facility is used by the smaller roster teams that can efficiently train in a facility of this size.