The baseball program at Colorado State University-Pueblo is one of
the most decorated and accomplished in the Rocky Mountain Athletic
Conference and all of NCAA Division II. Since the program
restarted in 1994 under the tutelage of current head coach, Stan
Sanchez, the Pack has established a standard that all other teams
in the conference must live up.
• The ThunderWolves are one of only two
current RMAC member school to qualify for the NCAA Division II
College World Series since 1994. The Pack
qualified for the World Series by winning the
West Regional Championship in 1996.
• CSU-Pueblo has been the site of the NCAA Division II
Regional tournament twice (awarded to the team
with best regular season record in the region) in 1994 and
• The ThunderWolves have qualified for the NCAA
Division II Regional Tournament seven times in the
past 15 years.
• Since 1994, the ThunderWolves boast the most RMAC
Tournament Championships (four)
• The ThunderWolves have won the RMAC regular
season title (most regular season wins in the
conference) four times.
• The Pack has averaged 37 wins per season
since 1994. In the past eight seasons, the team has
averaged 39 wins per season. The program has 573
wins over 16 seasons.
• Since 1994, the ThunderWolves have netted 23 wins
over Division I baseball programs.
• The CSU-Pueblo baseball program has produced eight
players in the farm systems of a Major League Baseball
team, with one current player, Joey Newby,
currently playing with the Tacoma Raniers, the Seattle Mariners'
• Nine players have been drafted by Major
League teams since 1994, with 18 alums getting drafted
throughout the life of the program (1963-1985, 1994-Present).
• The ThunderWolves have been nationally-ranked at
least once in each of the past nine seasons and 13 of the
past 15 seasons, with a high-water mark of 2nd in the
nation in 2004.