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Signing Day Booster event set for Feb. 1National Signing Day is set for Wednesday, Feb. 1, as is the ninth annual Colorado State University-Pueblo Signing Day Booster Event. The gathering will begin with a social hour from 5:30-6 p.m. at Pueblo Country Club and continue with the introduction of the 2017 Signing Class at 6 p.m.
Boyd, Payer, Wise earn Don Hansen All-Region honorsThree members of the Colorado State University-Pueblo football team were recognized as Don Hansen All-Super Region Four Third Team. Zach Boyd (Jr., TE, Fort Lupton, Colo.), Brandon Payer (So., ILB, Pine, Colo.) and Daniel Wise (Sr., WR/RS, Arlington, Texas) were all honored by the publication.
Seven selected to the NFFCC All-Colorado TeamThe National Football Foundation Colorado Chapter announced its 2016 All-Colorado Team Friday and in the process recognized seven members of the Colorado State University-Pueblo football team.
Feenstra honored as 2016 RMAC Football Summit Award winnerFor the second consecutive season, Colorado State University-Pueblo junior offensive lineman Corbin Feenstra (Superior, Colo) has been selected as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Summit Award winner for football, which honors the student-athlete with the top GPA on the championship team.
Pack earn share of RMAC Championships with 27-14 winThe Colorado State University-Pueblo football team finished the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference season 8-2 following a 27-14 victory against Chadron State College at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl Saturday. The record earned the ThunderWolves a share of the 2016 RMAC Championship, the program's sixth overall and fifth in the last six seasons.
Pack football hosts Dixie State SaturdayThe Colorado State University-Pueblo football team concludes the regular season with two home games, starting with Dixie State University Saturday, Nov. 5. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference contest is set for a 2 p.m. kickoff at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl.
Feenstra earns CoSIDA Academic All-District honorsFor his efforts on the field and in the classroom, junior offensive lineman Corbin Feenstra (Superior, Colo.) earned College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District 4 honors, Thursday. The award recognizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom.
Defense stands tall in 10-7 road win at Western StateBoth Colorado State University-Pueblo and Western State Colorado University entered Saturday's contest with two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference losses, which was atop the league standings, but it was the ThunderWolves who came out with a 10-7 road win in Gunnison, Colorado behind a strong defensive effort.
Pack battle Mountaineers in final road test of 2016The Colorado State University-Pueblo football team heads to Western State Colorado University Oct. 29 for the final road contest of the 2016 regular season. The Pack and Mountaineers meet in a 1 p.m. kickoff for an opportunity keep Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title hopes alive, as both teams enter with two conference losses.
Dausin throws program record six touchdowns in 49-14 road win at BHSUQuarterback Rex Dausin (San Antonio, Texas) threw for a program record six touchdowns and the defense allowed just 35 rushing yards, as the Colorado State University-Pueblo football team rolled to a 49-14 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference road win at Black Hills State University, Saturday.
Pack football battles Black Hills State in road contest SaturdayThe Colorado State University-Pueblo football team will take to the road for the third time in October to battle Black Hills State University Saturday, Oct. 22 in Spearfish, South Dakota. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference contest is set to begin at 1 p.m.
Pack entertain Homecoming crowd with 33-12 victoryThe Colorado State University-Pueblo football team gave the Homecoming crowd a show Saturday, as the ThunderWolves defeated Fort Lewis College 33-12 in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference contest at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl.
ThunderWolves battle Skyhawks in annual Homecoming gameThe Colorado State University-Pueblo football team will host Fort Lewis College Oct. 15 in the annual Homecoming game at Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference contest is set for 2 p.m. and also serves as the CSU-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Fame Game.
SHOW YOUR LOVE! CSU-Pueblo Athletics hosting Give Day ThursdayMembers of the Colorado State University-Pueblo community will join together for an extraordinary day of giving back, Thursday, Oct. 13. The goal is simple: show LOVE of CSU-Pueblo, inspire others to come together, demonstrate pride for the University, and provide essential support to CSU-Pueblo students to help shape the University.
McDondle gathers NFFCC honorsAfter a dominating running performance Saturday, Colorado State University-Pueblo junior running back Bernard McDondle (Littleton, Colo.) has been named the National Football Foundation - Coloardo Chapter Player of the Week.
Pack football heads to Alamosa for RMAC showdownThe Colorado State University-Pueblo football team will head to Alamosa, Colorado Oct. 8 to battle Adams State University in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference contest set to kickoff at 1 p.m.
CSU-Pueblo Athletics announces Hall of Fame Class of 2016Five former student-athletes, a coach and a pair of outstanding men’s golf teams frame the 2016 class of the Colorado State University-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Fame, which will be honored at a breakfast and the football game Oct. 15.
ThunderWolves lose by inches at No. 17 Colorado Mesa, 20-19Down 20-19 with 11 seconds remaining, the Colorado State University-Pueblo football team had the ball inside the No. 17 Colorado Mesa University's one-yard-line and elected for to go for a touchdown with a quarterback sneak. The play, which created controversy, was called no touchdown and as time ran out on the Pack, the Mavericks escaped with a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory in Grand Junction, Colorado.