|Posted January 15, 2010|
Wright's career high lifts Pack over Regis
CSU-Pueblo 58, Regis 49
The Pack ended its two-game skid Friday when it scored a 58-49 win over Regis, led by Dwayne Wright's 16 points and Roman Van Allen's career-high eight steals.
With a 10-point lead the Pack to open the game, CSU-Pueblo let the Rangers get back in the game on a 13-2 run as Regis took the lead. There were several lead changes with the Pack leading 22-21 to end the first half.
Opening with a 8-2 run to start the second half the Pack, the Thunderwolves continued to put pressure on the Rangers and build a good lead. A solid effort from Chris Busch (Sr., Oakland, Calif.) ,who had 13 points and 8 rebounds, who played against his brother Matt for the second time this season, helped the Pack. The Rangers were able to hang in the game, which was close up until the final minute when time became an issue for the Rangers.
The ThunderWolves also got a monster game from Roman Van Allen (Sr., Los Angeles, Calif.), who recorded eight steals, a career-high and the most steals in a game by a ThunderWolf since Peron Austin had nine in 1998. Van Allen also added six assists.
Senior Dwayne Wright (Sr., Seattle, Wash.) led the Pack with a career-high 16 points helping the Pack to a 4-2 mark in conference play, all coming against Eastern Division teams, clinching a winning record against East teams this season.
This win helped the Thunderwolves improve their record to 9-4 and The Pack will play the Metro State Roadrunners tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in Massari Arena