CSU-Pueblo begins four-game road trip at Regis and UCCS

CSU-Pueblo begins four-game road trip at Regis and UCCS

PUEBLO, Colo. (September 27, 2018) - The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's soccer opens a four-game road trip this week with matches Friday at Regis University and Sunday at UCCS.

The Pack earned their first RMAC win of the season in their last outing Sunday, a 2-1 win against South Dakota Mines. To begin the weekend, the ThunderWolves lost 3-2 against Colorado School of Mines.

Brayden Ballman (So., Seattle, Wash.) scored a pair of goals in the two games. Ballman's second goal came Sunday against the Hardrockers in the 47' which proved to be the game winner and secured the first conference win for the Pack.

Ballman now leads the team in goals (3) on the year.

Against CSM, Ballman and Cesar Zamudio (Jr., Guayquil, Ecuador) provided the scores in the effort.


In Sight for the Pack

CSU-Pueblo will stay on the road and play two games in Denver. The Pack will face Colorado Christian (Oct. 5) and play at MSU Denver (Oct. 7) before returning home Oct. 12 to take on UCCS at Art & Lorraine Gonzales Stadium.

How to Follow the Pack

Friday, September 28, 2018: CSU-Pueblo at Regis University Rangers 3:30 p.m. (Live stats) (Video)

Sunday, September 30, 2018: CSU-Pueblo at UCCS Mountain Lions 1 p.m. (Live stats) (Video)

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Opponent Capsules

Regis University Rangers

Record: 3-3-1 (2-1-1 RMAC)

Statistical Leaders:

  Points: 4 – Three players tied

  Goals: 2 - Joe Mansfield & Parker Klein

  Assists: 2 – Porter Milner & Ethan Willson

  Shots: 14 - Klein

  Goalkeeper Saves: 12 – Chase Webert

Last game played: September 23rd – Won 1-0, at Dixie State

UCCS Mountain Lions

Record: 2-3-2 (1-2-1 RMAC)

Statistical Leaders:

  Points: 10 – Alex VonHolle

  Goals: 4 - Corey Carabajal

  Assists: 4 - VonHolle

  Shots: 21 - VonHolle

  Goalkeeper Saves: 18 – Scott Jensen

Last game played: September 23rd – Lost 2-3, at Westminster

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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.