|Posted May 7, 2010|
Two upsets ends Pack's season
RMAC Tournament: #7 Regis 1, #3 CSU-Pueblo 0
RMAC Tournament: #5 Colorado Mines 2, #3 CSU-Pueblo 1
DENVER - Despite two more stellar pitching performances by hurler Justine Bosio (Sr., Santa Barbara, Calif.), the ThunderWolves struggled to score Friday, falling to Regis then to Colorado Mines by 1-0 and 2-1 scores, ending the Pack's season.
Bosio allowed just two runs across 13 innings Friday, not allowing any earned runs in the 1-0 loss to Regis and giving up just two to Mines.
But offensively, CSU-Pueblo recorded a grand total of just 12 hits over the two games, stranding a grand total of 16 runners on base. Against Regis, the Pack left the bases loaded twice, and left two runners on base three times.
The losses will more than likely end the Pack's once-promising season. CSU-Pueblo would need to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Central Region Tournament to continue their season, which isn't likely. After being ranked sixth in the region as little as two weeks ago, a skid that produced 10 losses in the last 15 games dropped CSU-Pueblo out of the region's top ten this past week. The region's top eight teams earn bids to the tournament.