Colorado State University-Pueblo junior David Mould (Upminister Essex, United Kingdom) has earned the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Tennis Summit Award, in an announcement from the league office Thursday.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo tennis teams fell at Colorado Mesa University Saturday to conclude the regular season. The men lost 7-2, while the women suffered an 8-1 setback. The 2017 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament bracket was also released Saturday, with tournament play beginning April 22.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's and women's tennis teams hosted Colorado College Thursday at the Pueblo City Park with the men posting an 8-1 victory and the women suffering a close loss by the score of 5-4.
PUEBLO, Colo. (April 14, 2017) – Dr. Timothy Mottet will become the 15th president of Colorado State University - Pueblo, bringing with him a varied leadership career in academia and in private industry, and a focus on building an innovative, results-driven community of learning.
Colorado State University-Pueblo's Taylor Christensen (So., M, Colorado Springs, Colo.) and Dante Alcala (So., Pueblo, Colo.) have been named Pack Student-Athletes of the Week, presented by Mobile Record Shredders.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's tennis team split a pair of Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference matches Sunday in Denver. The ThunderWolves lost to Metro State University of Denver before sweeping Colorado Christian University. The Pack women's team dropped both league contests.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo tennis programs will host Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foe Colorado Mesa University Friday, April 7. The location of the duals has been moved to Pueblo Central High School. The women's bout will begin at 11 a.m. with the men to follow at 2:30 p.m.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderGals, the official ThunderWolves fan club for women, will host its annual Spring Luncheon April 20, 2017 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pueblo Country Club. The event is presented by Parkview Medical Center, Spirit of Women.
Due to Saturday's forecast, the Colorado State University-Pueblo tennis programs have altered their home schedules. The Pack women will now play Arizona Christian University at 10 a.m. at the Pueblo Tennis Center, while the men were forced to move their match with St. Mary's University to 3 p.m. at the Air Force Academy indoor facility.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's and women tennis programs opened Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play Saturday with a pair of home matches against Metro State University of Denver and Colorado Christian University. The Pack men earned their first league win by defeating CCU 9-0.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's and women's tennis teams begin Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play at home Saturday versus Colorado Christian and MSU Denver both matches at Pueblo City Park Courts.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's tennis team returns to action this week as they trek to Lawton, Oklahoma to compete at No. 16 Cameron University Friday and will wrap up the weekend Saturday versus Seminole State College.
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced its preseason information for men's and women's tennis Tuesday, which included the coaches' poll and preseason All-RMAC honors. The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's tennis team earned a tie for first in the poll, while two student-athletes were recognized. The Pack women were predicted to finish third.
Members 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.
Five 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.
PUEBLO, Colo. (September 28, 2016) – in the spring semester of the 2015-16 academic year, Colorado State University-Pueblo student-athletes recorded a cumulative 3.0 grade point average. This cumulative GPA helped the Pack win their second consecutive Steel & Silver trophy.
The time is now Pack Nation! Purchase tickets to the 12th Annual Colorado State University-Pueblo Lobster Bake, presented by Major Mortgage, set for July 27 at Massari Arena. The event raises funds for CSU-Pueblo student-athlete scholarships.
PUEBLO, Colo. (June 6, 2016) – The Steel & Silver trophy will stay put in Pueblo. Colorado State University-Pueblo defeated University of Colorado Colorado Springs, 35-26, in the trophy competition between the Pack and the Mountain Lions for the second consecutive season.
PUEBLO, Colo. (June 1, 2016) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo Department of Athletics have announced they will host their 15th Annual ThunderWolves Golf Classic Sept. 9 at the Pueblo Country Club.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (June 2, 2016) – For the second consecutive season, Colorado State University-Pueblo Athletics finished third in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s All-Sport Competition Cup. The Pack tallied 776 total points to net its fifth top five finish in the last five years.
After nearly 10 years since their first contribution to Colorado State University-Pueblo to reinstate the football program, the Friends of Football (FOF) have come together to provide improvements for all 22 Pack Athletics programs.
Colorado State University-Pueblo senior men's tennis player Marcelo Chaparro (Bogotá, Colombia) was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Tennis Academic Player of the Year, Tuesday in an announcement from the league office. Women's tennis senior Mariana Hosomi (Sao Paulo, Brazil) earned Academic All-RMAC First Team to lead a group of # women's student-athletes.
Both the men's and women's Colorado State University-Pueblo tennis teams closed the 2015-16 season with a fourth place finish at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament, which the ThunderWolves hosted at Pueblo City Park.
Colorado State University-Pueblo sophomore Siggy Menzel (Biggera Waters, Australia) was honored twice by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Friday when the league released its annual awards. Menzel was named All-RMAC First Team Singles and picked up honorable mention doubles recognition with David Mould (So., Upminster Essex, United Kingdom).