PUEBLO, Colo. (November 28, 2017) - Colorado State University-Pueblo softball Head Coach Christie Koschke announced the addition of three student-athletes who have chosen to continue their softball careers as members of the Pack.
The newly signed ThunderWolves include two Colorado-products and one athlete from Arizona.
The first signee is Jessica Hafey, is a 5-foot-5 infielder from Arvada, Colo., she attended Mullen HS and was named second team all-conference. She batted a .455 average and held a .901 fielding percentage for head coach Greg Hogan.
Hafey competed for Colorado Next Level 18 Gold club team under head coach Tony Worth.
She is the daughter of Rick Hafey and Angela Burenhiede and has two siblings, Alex and Tyler.
The next athlete is Taylor Strupp. A product of San Tan Valley, Ariz., Strupp is a three time all-conference selection and was named AZ Republic All-State Honorable Mention as a sophomore. She posted a 3.27 earned run average and set to Poston Butte HS records, 27 career wins and allowed eleven triples while in the circle.
Strupp competed for Firecrackers Arizona-Holland club team...Helped lead the team to a fifth place finish in the Colorado Fireworks 2017 Tournament...In 2016 she was named Player of the Tournament in the AZ/CA Border Classic.
Strupp is the daughter of Adam and Tricia Strupp and has one sister, Cara. She plans to major in biology.
Jessy Teller hails from Firestone, Colo. where she attended Frederick HS and batted .348 and posted a .863 fielding percentage.
Teller competed for ProSwing club team under the direction of Head Coaches Julia Kloppe and Heath McVay.
She is the daughter of Harold and Julie Teller and has one sister, Samantha. She plans to major in business management.
"We are extremely excited about this recruiting class and the athleticism these ladies will bring to our team," said Koschke.
The newly added ThunderWolves will arrive on campus in the fall 2018.
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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.