Pack hoops inks seven for 2010-11
[6/15/10] - he Colorado State University-Pueblo mens basketball program has announced the addition of seven new recruits for the 2010-11 season, including 6'10" post Jordan Richard, pictured above.
Pack HS 1A-3A Team Camp Schedule released
[6/7/10] - Click here for the matchups in the 2010 CSU-Pueblo 1A-3A High School Team Camp tournament, taking place June 12-13 at Massari Arena.
Pack basketball camp successful, features 'dream state title' game
[6/3/10] - The 2010 CSU-Pueblo Men's Basketball Team Camp was a huge success, and featured a camp championship between 2010 4A champion, Sierra, and 5A champion, Regis Jesuit.
ThunderWolves fall short at RMAC Shootout
[3/5/10] - Facing Metro State, the defending RMAC Shootout champion, for the second consecutive season in the RMAC semifinals, CSU-Pueblo had trouble making key shots and converting turnovers, losing 70-61 to the Roadrunners.
Three ThunderWolves named all-RMAC, Williams snags first-team
[3/3/10] - Three CSU-Pueblo starters were named all-RMAC Wednesday, led by senior Marc Williams, who was named first-team all-RMAC West Division.
Doin' it again - Pack gets playoff win at #23 Mesa State
[3/2/10] - CSU-Pueblo's men's basketball team did something special Tuesday night, claiming a road playoff win at Mesa State for the second consecutive season, besting the Mavericks 73-65.
Pack hoops teams to open RMAC Shootout on the road
[3/1/10] - The CSU-Pueblo mens and womens basketball squads will each open the first round of the RMAC Shootout on the road Tuesday night, as the Pack women will face Adams State in Alamosa and the Pack men will travel to Grand Junction to face Mesa State.
ThunderWolves finish strong with win over Western
[2/27/10] - CSU-Pueblo concluded its regular season Saturday in workmanlike fashion, posting an 80-65 win over Western State, ending their regular season on a high note entering the RMAC Playoffs Tuesday.
Playoff-bound Pack flat in loss to Mesa
[2/26/10] - Though Friday's game against 23rd-ranked Mesa State was practically meaningless on the heels of the ThunderWolves clinching a playoff berth with Western New Mexico's loss last night, the taste is still sour following the Pack's 80-71 loss to the Mavericks.
Third time's a charm for Van Allen, Pack
[2/20/10] - Pack senior guard had three separate opportunities at the free throw line to close out Western New Mexico Saturday, and finally came through with a huge three-point play in double overtime to deliver a Pack win.
Pack can't sink game-winner on final possession
[2/16/10] - CSU-Pueblo had the ball on the game's final possession Tuesday at New Mexico Highlands, but the Pack missed a last-second three and lost a heartbreaker 78-76.
The drought is over: Pack beats Fort Lewis
[2/13/10] - The ThunderWolves exorcised the demons Saturday, breaking a 15-game losing streak against Fort Lewis in earth-shattering fashion, scoring a 91-68 drubbing of the Skyhawks in the Pack's home finale.
Pack outlasts pesky Adams State team
[2/12/10] - The ThunderWolves used its athleticism to pull away from Adams State in the second half, cruising to an 88-76 win Friday.
'Take a Kid to the Game' day is Feb. 12
[2/8/10] - Celebrate Youth Basketball Weekend this weekend at Massari Arena when Denver Nuggets' mascot, Rocky, visits CSU-Pueblo on Friday, Feb. 12. All weekend, kids 12 and under are admitted free to ThunderWolves' basketball games.
Pack cruises to win in pivotal game
[2/4/10] - In a game that was supposed to be a close matchup against potential playoff teams, the ThunderWolves put Western New Mexico away, leading by as much as 30, putting an 82-58 hurt on Western New Mexico Thursday.
Pack lose important Game to Highlands
[2/2/10] - An important week for the Thunderwolves started the wrong way for the Pack as they lost to the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys 88-75 Tuesday night.
Pack shows perseverance in comeback win over Adams
[1/30/10] - Trailing by as much as 19 points in the first half, the ThunderWolves turned it around to post a huge comeback, triumphing 71-64 over Adams State Saturday.
ThunderWolves can't halt slick-shooting Skyhawks
[1/29/10] - The Pack saw a very hot night shooting the three end up being all for naught as CSU-Pueblo fell shy of Fort Lewis Friday night, losing 84-69.
Pack falls to nationally-ranked Mesa State
[1/23/10] - The ThunderWolves saw a second-half rally stop in its tracks Saturday against #17 Mesa State, outscored 26-12 down the stretch as the Pack fell 78-64 to the Mavericks.
Williams' 25 paces Pack in win over Western
[1/22/10] - Senior Marc Williams sank five threes and netted 25 points as CSU-Pueblo scored a 75-58 win over Western State Friday.
Pack comeback falls short in last seconds
[1/16/10] - CSU-Pueblo had a chance to pull off a win in the final possession Saturday vs. Metro State, but a late foul and a missed three in the final seconds put the Pack on the short end, falling 66-64 to the Roadrunners.
Wright's career high lifts Pack over Regis
[1/15/10] - 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.
Late call dooms ThunderWolves
[1/9/10] - An apparent overtime period was not to be Saturday as a late-granted time out set up a last-second 70-68 win for Colorado Christian over the ThunderWolves.
Pack collapses, loses to Mines
[1/8/10] - The ThunderWolves let a 9-point lead with 12 minutes remaining slip away as Mines used a 20-4 run to go on a frantic comeback and upend the Pack 74-70.
Busch leads Pack in win over Regis
[1/4/10] - In a non-conference battle that featured brothers Chris Busch from CSU-Pueblo and Matt Busch from Regis, both had one of their top collegiate games as the ThunderWolves won 83-74.
ThunderWolves rule the boards in win over Northern N.M.
[1/2/10] - CSU-Pueblo recorded 52 boards and shot strong on the perimeter against Northern New Mexico, claiming a 72-52 win at the Chuck Stephens Classic Saturday.
ThunderWolves slow on the glass, drop shootout to UCCS
[12/18/09] - CSU-Pueblo missed an opportunity to score a season sweep over UC-Colorado Springs Friday, seeing a strong night shooting the ball end up being futile as the Pack was owned on the boards in a 96-88 non-conference loss.
Pack defense keys win over Johnson & Wales
[12/15/09] - CSU-Pueblo used a second-half surge and defensive supremacy to claim a comfortable 14-point win over Johnson & Wales in Denver Tuesday, forcing 29 turnovers in the 79-65 victory.
Bench helps Pack grind out win over UCCS
[12/12/09] - CSU-Pueblo again proved it has one of the deepest teams in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference as the Pack bench put up 38 points, 20 coming in a game-high effort by Daniel Pierce and a breakout game by Nathan Tigner as the Pack claimed a 79-72 win over UC-Colorado Springs Saturday.
Fan Appreciation: Dec. 12 basketball vs. UCCS is free!
[12/10/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Department of Athletics is sponsoring a Fan Appreciation Night on Saturday, Dec. 12 when CSU-Pueblo takes on rival UC-Colorado Springs in a "Steel and Silver Series" match up at Massari Arena. Admission is free to this game.
Williams earns RMAC Player of the Week honors
[12/7/09] - CSU-Pueblo senior guard, Marc Williams, has been named the RMAC West Division Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Monday.
Busch, ThunderWolves dominate Kearney in win
[12/5/09] - Led by a 23-point night by Chris Busch, CSU-Pueblo earned its third straight win Saturday with a 82-69 victory over Nebraska-Kearney.
Williams tees off as Pack downs Chadron St.
[12/4/09] - Senior Marc Williams had a career night, netting 30 points, as well as ten boards for his first career double-double at CSU-Pueblo opened its RMAC schedule with a bang against Chadron State, winning 81-73.
Busch, ThunderWolves roll up Central Methodist
[11/28/09] - CSU-Pueblo had no trouble with a tough NAIA-power in Central Methodist (Mo.) Saturday at the Mesa State Clarion Inn Classic, showing dominance in an 84-64 win.
ThunderWolves can't solve Metro State
[11/27/09] - The ThunderWolves remained unable to solve conference foe Metro State Friday, falling to the Roadrunners 87-72 at the Clarion Inn Classic at Mesa State College in Grand Junction.
Pierce, transition defense keys Pack's win
[11/21/09] - Seventeen steals by the ThunderWolves, as well as a 19-point, tournament MVP effort by Daniel Pierce, keyed the ThunderWolves' 61-43 win over UC-San Diego at the Al Kaly Shrine Classic.
Time changes announced for 2009 Al Kaly Classic
[11/16/09] - The 2009 Al Kaly Classic, the annual tip-off tournament for CSU-Pueblo mens and womens basketball, will feature three games per day this season as opposed to the traditional four-game slate that existed in years past.
ThunderWolves picked to be playoff team in 2010
[10/28/09] - CSU-Pueblo earned a measure or respect in the 2009-10 RMAC preseason men's basketball coaches poll, released Wednesday, as the ThunderWolves were picked to finish fourth in the RMAC West Division and seventh overall.
Former T-Wolf Brown chosen in D-League Expansion Draft
[9/3/09] - Former ThunderWolf standout Jamar Brown, who played at then-University of Southern Colorado from 2000 to 2002 and has played in the NBA D-League last season with the Colorado 14'ers, has been drafted by the Springfield Armor.
Inaugural class announced for Athletics Hall of Fame
[7/16/09] - Eleven individuals and one outstanding team have been selected to be the inaugural class of the CSU-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Fame, the CSU-Pueblo Athletic Department has announced.
Pack basketball inks six ballers for 2009-10 roster
[5/6/09] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo mens basketball program has added six new student-athletes to its 2009-10 roster, head coach Patrick Eberhart announced Wednesday. The Packs 2009-10 class is rich in players who can play the post and excel in the backcourt.
Pack's dream ends with loss to Metro State
[3/6/09] - There's no doubt about it - CSU-Pueblo's 2008-09 season has been one of the most exciting in recent memory. But no level of excitement and emotion could stop the top-seeded Metro State Roadrunners Friday, as the ThunderWolves fell short by a 76-65 score in the RMAC Semifinal at the Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo.
Pack's Smith named all-RMAC West Division
[3/4/09] - For the second consecutive season, Pack guard Rome Smith has been named to the all-RMAC West Division team, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced Wednesday.
Pack breaks Mesa curse, scores road playoff win
[3/3/09] - The ThunderWolves undid 20 years of futility as Mesa State Tuesday, scoring a 64-59 road win over the Mavericks in the RMAC Quarterfinals.
ThunderWolves claim 5-seed with upset over Mesa
[2/28/09] - CSU-Pueblo remained hot at a time they needed to, undoing Mesa State's bid for an RMAC West Division championship with a rousing 65-60 win over the Mavericks Saturday.
Van Allen's buzzer-beater sends Pack into the playoffs
[2/27/09] - A beautifully ugly shot by Roman Van Allen at the close of Friday night's game with Western State vaulted the Pack to an exciting one-point win - and a playoff berth.
Trahern keys Pack to thrilling win
[2/19/09] - In what was the best night of senior center Jake Trahern's career, the ThunderWolves held a wily Western New Mexico team at arm's length, ending the Mustangs for a 78-76 win and securing the season sweep over Western New Mexico.
Highlands runs on CSU-Pueblo
[2/17/09] - There's no doubt about it - New Mexico Highlands has arrived in the RMAC men's basketball world. The visiting Cowboys showed their prowess Tuesday, knocking off CSU-Pueblo 75-58 Tuesday.
Pack owns the field in win over Adams
[2/14/09] - CSU-Pueblo shot lights out Saturday at Adams State, connecting on 50 percent of its shots coming through with 21 assists as the ThunderWolves swept the season series with the Grizzlies after a 70-60 win.
Hot Skyhawks bury ThunderWolves
[2/13/09] - Fort Lewis shot better than 60 percent from the field, turning a moderate advatange into a huge one as the ThunderWolves fell 69-54 to the Skyhawks in Durango Friday.
Surratt takes control, lifts Pack to dramatic win
[2/7/09] - Saturday, as the ThunderWolves took on Western New Mexico in a near must-win game for the Pack, the key matchup was between arguably the top two point guards in the RMAC - Western New Mexico's Devin Stewart and CSU-Pueblo's Jordan Surratt. Following the Pack's dramatic, last-second 58-56 win over the Mustangs, it's fair to say that Surratt won that battle.
Highlands takes down Pack men
[2/3/09] - New Mexico Highlands continued its unlikely turnaround Tuesday, knocking off CSU-Pueblo 90-67.
Fort Lewis gets away from ThunderWolves
[1/31/09] - The ThunderWolves flirted with an upset bid at times Saturday vs. the RMAC West Division-leading Fort Lewis Skyhawks, but heroics ran dry as the Pack fell 79-60.
Packs runs on all cylinders, beats Adams
[1/30/09] - Rome Smith was hitting threes. Jordan Surratt delivered the assists. And Jake Trahern added the dunks. Everything was clicking for the ThunderWolves as they took down visiting Adams State by a 71-52 margin at Massari Arena Friday.
ThunderWolves hang on, beat Mountaineers
[1/23/09] - A stellar performance at the free throw line, especially down the stretch, helped the ThunderWolves to secure a 65-61 win over Western State in Gunnison Friday.
ThunderWolves fall short at Mesa State
[1/22/09] - The ThunderWolves held a slim lead over Mesa State for the bulk of a neck-and-neck showdown in Grand Junction Thursday, but a late surge by the Mavericks led to a 65-61 Pack loss.
Pack puts in stellar performance, beats Regis
[1/17/09] - The ThunderWolves relied on accurate shooting and great post play to dispose of the homestanding Regis Rangers by a 72-57 mark Saturday night.
Late comeback dooms ThunderWolves at Metro
[1/16/09] - The ThunderWolves made ever the slightest of stumbles vs. Metro State Friday, watching a slim lead melt away in the closing minutes as the Pack fell 79-69 to the homestanding Roadrunners.
ThunderWolves power to win over Mines
[1/10/09] - If there is one thing the ThunderWolves have lacked in 2008-09, it has been the ability to make big plays. Late in Saturday's game against Colorado Mines, with a come-from-behind loss starting the Pack square in the face, the big plays came.
Pack falls to hot-shooting CCU
[1/9/09] - Colorado Christian shot nearly 54 percent from the field, including 67 percent from three-point range, to stymie the ThunderWolves and take a 78-72 win from the homestanding Pack Friday.
Registration open for Loaf N' Jug Shootout
[1/6/09] - Loaf N Jug and the Colorado State University-Pueblo Department of Athletics are proud to announce the dates of the 5th annual Loaf N Jug Youth Shootout.
Pack men get revenge on UCCS
[1/3/09] - CSU- Pueblo (Jan. 3, 2009) CSU-Pueblo mens basketball team ruled the court against the UCCS Lions at Massari arena winning 79-57.
Jan. 3 is 'Buck Night' for CSU-Pueblo fans
[1/2/09] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo athletics department is pleased to announce January 3, 2009 as the annual Buck Night with the ThunderWolves. Buck Night means that all fans attending the games pay $1 for the general admission game ticket. Also, this year, Buck Night is also honored at the Massari Arena concession stand. Several food and drink items will only be $1 each.
UCCS takes down ThunderWolves
[12/19/08] - The homestanding Mountain Lions earned an upset win Friday, winning 91-83 over the ThunderWolves at UCCS.
ThunderWolves win it late against Chadron
[12/13/08] - Roman Van Allen (Jr., Los Angeles, Calif.) and Rome Smith (Sr., Denver, Colo.) scored 19 and 18 points, respectively to lift the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves over the Chadron State College Eagles by a score of 70-69. The Packs deadly backcourt duo hit several big shots down the stretch and helped the Pack come from behind to record the win, raising the mens RMAC record to a perfect 2-0.
ThunderWolves get past Kearney
[12/12/08] - Rome Smith (Sr., Denver, Colo.) scored 24 points and Jake Trahern (Sr., Kit Carson, Colo.) broke out in style at Massari Arena on Friday as the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves mens basketball team scooted past the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 75-69 in the RMAC opener for both teams. The men raised their record to 3-5 with the victory.
ThunderWolves falter late, lose to Falcons
[12/6/08] - Just like he did against Regis on Friday, Chris Banchero took over late and led his team to victory. The sophomore standout from Seattle Pacific University finished with 23 points, and did much of his damage in the second half in the Falcons 73-60 victory over Colorado State University-Pueblo on Saturday. The win dropped the ThunderWolves record in the 2008 Chuck Stephens Classic to 0-2.
ThunderWolves stumble late against Wildcats
[12/5/08] - It all came down to a desperation heave. Dwayne Wright (Jr., Seattle, Wash.) watched his last gasp, three-quarter-court shot clank off the backboard, culminating a frantic finish to an action packed game. The ThunderWolves battled away all game to catch up to the Johnson & Wales Wildcats, and the men nearly pulled off a stunner, but ultimately lost 59-61, dropping their season record to 2-4.
Former coach Simmons to be honored by CSU-Pueblo
[12/3/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo athletic department will honor the memory and legacy of legendary mens basketball coach and administrator, Harry Simmons, by naming the court at Massari Arena "Harry H. Simmons Court" this weekend.
Pack's Smith selected RMAC Player of the Week
[12/1/08] - Fresh off of his career-high 32-point performance Saturday vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, CSU-Pueblo senior Rome Smith has been selected the RMAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Monday.
Smith's career night lifts Pack to overtime win
[11/29/08] - Good players fluorish in dire situations, and Pack senior Rome Smith did just that Saturday night in the consolation match at the West Texas A&M Thanksgiving Tournament, scoring a career-high 32 points, 7 of which coming in overtime, as the Pack came away with a 69-66 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State.
Hot-shooting Buffaloes tame ThunderWolves
[11/28/08] - An effective Pack effort against West Texas A&M Friday ended up being fruitless as the ThunderWolves saw a night of good shooting and strong defense result in a 71-59 West Texas A&M win.
Standout performances key Pack's first win
[11/25/08] - The ThunderWolves came away with their first win of the season Tuesday after roaring into Espanola, N.M. to knock off Northern New Mexico 71-51.
Pack alum Tatum named to RMAC all-time team
[11/25/08] - One of the best players in Pueblo collegiate history, Cal Tatum, was selected to the 12-member Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Time Team, the RMAC announced Tuesday.
Mavericks beat back ThunderWolves
[11/22/08] - All-Tournament honorees Rome Smith (Sr., Denver, Colo.) and Imari Thomas (Jr., Los Angeles, Calif.) helped the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves get off to a fast start against the talented Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks on Saturday night. The men couldnt keep up the pace, however, and fell by a score of 83-66.
ThunderWolves can't catch Wesleyan
[11/21/08] - Some clutch shooting down the stretch helped Colorado State University-Pueblo gain some late ground against the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes, but despite the late heorics, the ThunderWolves could not overcome their cold start and never overtook their hot shooting opponents. Despite double-doubles from both Rome Smith (Sr., Denver, Colo.) and Imari Thomas (Jr., Los Angeles, Calif.), the ThunderWolves lost 86-76.
Pack stays competitive with Division I power Marquette
[11/8/08] - CSU-Pueblo, taking on the highest-ranked Division I school it had ever faced in school history in Marquette Saturday, earned the right of being on the same floor as the 17th-ranked team in all the land, weathering an early Marquette run and staying competitive, only losing 94-73.
ThunderWolves secure date with D-I Marquette
[10/13/08] - It's not often that a Division II team like CSU-Pueblo is able to take on a top 25 Division I team, but that is what the ThunderWolves will do on Nov. 8 when they travel to Milwaukee to take on the Golden Eagles.
Pack expected to improve, according to RMAC coaches
[9/25/08] - The ThunderWolves men's basketball team were picked to finish seventh in the 14-team RMAC, according the RMAC Preseason Men's Basketball poll, released Thursday. Senior Rome Smith was also picked as a preseason all-RMAC West Division selection.
Basketball Overnight Camp is June 15-19
[5/29/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo Mens Basketball program will be holding its overnight summer basketball camp from June 15-19 at Massari Arena on the CSU-Pueblo campus.
Pack adds three JuCo products for 2008-09
[4/29/08] - The CSU-Pueblo men's basketball program has announced the addition of three west coast junior college transfers to the ThunderWolves for 2008-09.
Smith garners second-team all-RMAC West selection
[2/27/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo junior guard Rome Smith has been recognized as a second-team selection to the RMAC all-West Division team.
Pack fights to the last second in loss to WNMU
[2/23/08] - The final minute of the ThunderWolves' gut-wrenching 72-69 loss to Western New Mexico Saturday night at Massari Arena served as a microcosm of an up-and-down season.
Massari opening-night crowd best of season in RMAC
[2/23/08] - Friday, Massari Arena was rockin', and a lot of people came-a-knockin'.
ThunderWolves keep hope alive against Highlands
[2/22/08] - Youre unveiling your completely renovated arena. A capacity crowd is on hand. Your playoff lives are on the line. Those are the scenarios that faced the CSU-Pueblo Mens Basketball Team on Friday night. The Thunderwolves fed off that capacity crowd and cruised past New Mexico Highlands 83-70.
CSU-Pueblo to celebrate return to Massari Arena in a big way
[2/22/08] - There's more than just basketball taking place on Feb. 22 and 23 at Massari Arena on the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus. A variety of events will take place during the weekend that will guarantee fun for the entire family, all while supporting ThunderWolves athletics.
Thunderwolves drop fourth straight game to Fort Lewis
[2/16/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo Thunderwolves lost their fourth straight game by a score of 94-60 to the red hot Fort Lewis Skyhawks.
Mesa State gains revenge on ThunderWolves
[2/15/08] - The Mesa State Mavericks were able to even up the head-to-head battle with the Thunderwolves by beating the Thunderwolves by a score of 82-62.
Halftime lead fades as Pack falls in overtime
[2/9/08] - The ThunderWolves led by as much as eight early in the second half of their game with Western State Saturday, but a good second half by the Mountaineers allowed them to outlast the Pack to claim the 63-59 overtime win.
Pack one shot away from knocking off Adams
[2/5/08] - It took just one more shot for the ThunderWolves to pull off an another late win, but the Pack's final shot fluttered off the rim, leading to a tough 65-60 loss to Adams State Tuesday night.
Pack drastically turns its fortunes, snags victory from Mesa
[2/2/08] - It takes a strong, well-oiled team to put together a 20-0 run in a college basketball game. But it may take an even more special team to rebound from being on the sour end of that run to somehow pull out a victory, just as the ThunderWolves did in claiming a 61-54 win over Mesa State Saturday night.
Fort Lewis steamrolls past ThunderWolves
[2/1/08] - When you're playing a team as tough as Fort Lewis, which came into Friday's game with the ThunderWolves as the 25th-ranked team in the country, some "divine intervention" might be needed to come away with a win.
Childress snags RMAC Player of the Week honors
[1/28/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that ThunderWolves' basketball players, Chris Childress and Sarah Staggs, have been named the RMAC Western Division players of the week.
Pack closes game with 16-0 run to stun Western State
[1/24/08] - For teams on the rise, there are usually moments that define a team's season. For the Pack's Rome Smith, he helped the Pack to have that moment four times in a row.
Hot start propels Pack to win over Adams
[1/22/08] - When the scoreboard read "ThunderWolves 27, Adams State Grizzlies 10" midway through the first half, nobody seemed to believe it - not even the Pack players. Though the Grizzlies, who came in with a 12-5 mark, eventually caught back up to the ThunderWolves to make it a game, the Pack eventually bought in to the fact that they were beating the Grizzlies up and down the court and held on to turn in a 73-68 win Tuesday.
Franklin tapped as RMAC West Division Player of the Week
[1/21/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo senior guard Julien Franklin has been named RMAC Western Division Player of the Week.
ThunderWolves get the sweep with win over Highlands
[1/19/08] - To put it lightly, the ThunderWolves have been a streaky team this season, showing strings of red hot play followed by ice cold streaks.
Pack rallies with team effort to knock off Western New Mexico
[1/17/08] - In a season where the ThunderWolves seemed to always be on the wrong end of close games, veteran leadership came through in the person of junior center Jake Trahern, the most tenured player on the Pack roster.
Late charge fizzles in loss to Mines
[1/10/08] - Despite getting within one point with ten seconds remaining, the Pack can't knock off Colorado School of Mines.
Chadron uses charities to bury ThunderWolves
[1/5/08] - Foul trouble by the ThunderWolves was the difference in a closely matched game between CSU-Pueblo and Chadron State, as the Eagles claimed a 76-63 win Saturday night.
Pack breaks eight-year drought with win over Kearney
[1/3/08] - The new year is a time of rebirth and new beginnings. The ThunderWolves showed Thursday what can be done with new beginnings.
Pack gets much-needed win with late rally over UCCS
[12/19/07] - CSU-Pueblo basketball coach Patrick Eberhart can now fully enjoy his Christmas, without visions of missed jump shots dancing in his head.
Vast improvement, solid effort little solace in loss to Metro
[12/15/07] - After Thursday's 31-point loss to Colorado Christian, the ThunderWolves were a beaten and battered team searching for answers after suffering their third straight conference loss. Saturday, the Pack made a 180, improving every facet of the game - except the score - falling short 81-74 in a hard-fought loss to Metro State.
Cougars' accurate shooting cause fits for ThunderWolves
[12/13/07] - A Colorado Christian team on the rise once again asserted its bid as the top team in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, running roughshod over the ThunderWolves in a lopsided 88-57 victory Thursday night.
ThunderWolves look to right the ship against CCU, Metro
[12/12/07] - After losing its first two conference games, the ThunderWolves aren't in the best of positions. But this weekend provides a golden opportunity for the Pack as two of the conference's toughest teams, Colorado Christian and Metro State, come to town.
Overtime against UCCS again spells doom for ThunderWolves
[12/8/07] - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Someplace, somewhere, there must have been a universal decree handed down that men's basketball games between CSU-Pueblo and UC-Colorado Springs are required to go to overtime. Saturday, for the third time in as many meetings between the two schools, an extra frame was required to find the victor.
Pack's big men can't turn tide against Regis
[12/7/07] - Despite big nights by Childress and Trahern, Regis outlasts the ThunderWolves.
Pack no match for sixth-ranked South Dakota
[12/1/07] - The ThunderWolves had to play one of its best games, and hope sixth-ranked South Dakota turned it one of its worst if it was to win Saturday night. But the visiting Coyotes might have played its best, leaving the Pack's effort as a moot point as South Dakota triumphed 86-66.
Smith sinks eight threes, leads Pack to 90-77 win
[11/30/07] - PUEBLO, Colo. - Rome Smith probably could have shot with his eyes closed Friday night and still have found the bottom of the net as the Pack's junior sank eight three-pointers, leading the ThunderWolves to a 90-77 victory over St. Martin's (Wash.).
Pack to face sixth-ranked South Dakota at Chuck Stephens Classic
[11/28/07] - PUEBLO, Colo. - Starting 1-3, the CSU-Pueblo men's basketball team could seem like a lamb being led to the slaughter when you consider that the sixth-ranked team in Division II, South Dakota, will be coming town this weekend in the Chuck Stephens Classic, which kicks off Friday at the Colorado State Fair Events Center in Pueblo. But not to this ThunderWolves team.
Turnovers derail ThunderWolves' near upset bid
[11/24/07] - OMAHA, Neb. - It was nearly a dark day for the St. Cloud State men's basketball team. Nearly. Instead, it was the ThunderWolves that had to swallow a 52-50 loss, coming one shot away from an upset of a St. Cloud State team that has started undefeated and expects to be ranked in the nation's top 25 when the next poll is released.
Pack's shooting woes continue with loss to UN-Omaha
[11/23/07] - OMAHA, Neb. - A less-then-stellar shooting performance and an amped-up Nebraska-Omaha team converged on the ThunderWolves Friday night, resulting in a 82-62 loss to the homestanding Mavericks at the University of Nebraska-Omaha Thanksgiving Classic.
Pack men dominate on the glass, rebound against Johnson and Wales
[11/17/07] - PUEBLO, Colo. - An absolutely dominant effort on the board helped to make up for less than stellar shooting, as the ThunderWolves earned their first win of the season with a 73-61 win over Johnson and Wales in the Al Kaly Classic Saturday.
Poor shooting and dismal first half sinks Pack
[11/16/07] - Pueblo, COLO. - When you only shoot 40 percent from the field, and hit less than 50 percent of your free throws, like the Newman University Jets did Friday in their game against the ThunderWolves, it is likely you won't win your game.
Pack threatens, but falls short in exhibition loss to Wyoming
[11/6/07] - LARAMIE, Wyo. The ThunderWolves showed they could play with the big boys Tuesday night, mounting several comeback attempts but falling short as the Pack lost its exhibition opener with Division I foe Wyoming, 73-66.
Pack garners third place ranking in preseason poll
[9/27/07] - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Pack coach Patrick Eberhart saw that others shared his high expectations for the year, as the CSU-Pueblo men's basketball team was picked to finish third in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's West Division, according to the RMAC Coaches' Preseason Poll released today.
[6/20/07] - PUEBLO Pat Eberhart, Colorado State University Pueblo mens basketball coach, announced today the Kit Carson High School teammates Damon Dechant and Ty Trahern have committed to play for the ThunderWolves next season.
[4/16/07] - PUEBLO, Colo. Colorado State University-Pueblo mens basketball coach Patrick Eberhart has added two talented players to his roster for next season. Vaughn Gaines and Daniel Pierce both signed National Letters of Intent to play with the ThunderWolves last week.
[2/28/07] - KEARNEY, Neb. Jake Trahern tallied a career-high 29 points but its wasnt nough as the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers beat the Colorado State University-Pueblo mens basketball team 91-74 Wednesday night at the Health and Sports Center.
[2/24/07] - LAS VEGAS, N.M. Bret Cloepfil came up with an offensive rebound and put back with 1.4 seconds left to lift the Colorado State University-Pueblo mens basketball team to a 80-79 win at New Mexico Highlands Saturday night. The victory gives the Pack a spot in the upcoming Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament.