CSU-Pueblo Softball Headlines


Bosio named Daktronics All-American
[5/27/10] - CSU-Pueblo sophomore pitcher and designated player, Justine Bosio, was named an honorable mention All-American by Daktronics, it was announced Thursday.

Bosio claims all-region honors
[5/19/10] - CSU-Pueblo pitcher/designated player, Justine Bosio, was recognized as a Daktronics All-Central Region selection at a designated player, it was announced Wednesday morning.

Two upsets ends Pack's season
[5/7/10] - Despite two more stellar pitching performances by hurler Justine Bosio, 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, Pack blank Chadron State in RMAC opener
[5/6/10] - Pack hurler Justine Bosio tossed a masterpiece Thursday in the opening game of the 2010 RMAC Tournament vs. Chadron State, allowing just three hits and notching her fourth shutout of the season in a 6-0 win.

Nuanez earns CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District honor
[5/6/10] - CSU-Pueblo senior catcher Bo Nuanez has been recognized as a second-team academic all-district selection by the College Sports Information Directors of American and ESPN The Magazine, CoSIDA announced Thursday.

RMAC Tourney becomes do or die for Pack
[5/5/10] - After Wednesday's announcement that CSU-Pueblo has dropped out of the region's top ten, the ThunderWolves' goal in the 2010 RMAC Tournament has changed considerably: Win the whole thing or go home.

Purcell headlines Pack's all-RMAC selections
[5/4/10] - Four ThunderWolves received all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors Tuesday, headlined by a first-team all-RMAC honor for senior second baseman, Kelly Purcell.

Pack can't close deal on division title
[5/2/10] - For the second consecutive season, CSU-Pueblo played on the final day of the regular season with a chance to win the RMAC West Division title. And for the second consecutive year, the Pack couldn't close the deal, getting swept by Western New Mexico Sunday.

Pack within a win of West Division title
[5/1/10] - CSU-Pueblo played itself to within one win of its first ever RMAC West Division title Saturday, playing to a split with Western New Mexico in the final regular season series of the season.

Adams State takes 2 of 3 from Pack
[4/28/10] - In a crucial triple-header in Alamosa Wednesday, the Pack dropped the first two games,15-9 and 15-13 before the bats came alive for the Pack as they cruised to a 16-4 crushing of the Grizzlies.

CSU-Pueblo topples New Mexico Highlands
[4/25/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team bounced back from two losses on Saturday to sweep the Cowgirls 8-0 in 5 innings before scoring a huge come from behind victory in game two, 5-4.

CSU-Pueblo loses two against Highlands
[4/24/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team dropped two big RMAC games in getting swept by the visiting New Mexico Highlands University Cowgirls. The Pack could not hold onto a lead late in game one, falling 8-7 before three solo homers in game two was too much for the Pack as they fell, 4-0.

Nuanez nabs academic all-RMAC honors
[4/21/10] - CSU-Pueblo senior catcher Bo Nuanez was named an RMAC All-Academic selection Wednesday, the RMAC announced.

Pack emerges 3-1 from weekend action
[4/17/10] - CSU-Pueblo split its two-game series with Nebraska-Kearney Saturday, cruising to a 6-4 win before falling in a 6-5 heartbreaker in the late game.

Bosio, T-Wolves have field day with Chadron State
[4/16/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team battled frigid temperatures and cold winds en route to a doubleheader sweep of Chadron State Eagles. The Pack made quick work of the Eagles in game one, notching a 9-1 victory in a 8-run rule affair; before a big four-run inning in game two gave the Pack a 5-2 win.

ThunderWolves ink Otero JC standout Traxinger
[4/15/10] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball program has received a letter of intent from Otero Junior College pitcher and former Niwot High School standout, Shannon Traxinger to play softball for the ThunderWolves beginning in 2010.

ThunderWolves move up to sixth in Central Region
[4/14/10] - CSU-Pueblo was ranked sixth in the NCAA Division II Central Region according to the latest regional polls released by the NCAA Wednesday.

CSU-Pueblo finishes sweep of Fort Lewis
[4/11/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team completed the series sweep with Fort Lewis with two late game scoring surges and overall good pitching with a 5-3 win in game one before an RBI single propelled the T-Wolves to a 2-1 victory in the finale.

Pack gets doubleheader sweep
[4/10/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team returned home after a tough road trip to play host to Fort Lewis College Skyhawks, opening the weekend with two dramatic come from behind victories, winning game one 8-6 before pulling out a thriller in the nightcap for a 2-1 victory.

Softball tilt with Adams State cancelled
[4/6/10] - CSU-Pueblo's two-game doubleheader against Adams State, scheduled for Thursday, April 8, has now been cancelled. The games will be made up April 28 at Adams State, where the Grizzlies will host the ThunderWolves for a triple-header.

Pack split again at Mesa State
[4/3/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team ended the weekend with another doubleheader split with Mesa State on Saturday afternoon. The Pack dropped the first game 10-7, before rebounding in the finale with a 5-1 victory.

Pack splits at Mesa State
[4/2/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team traveled the five-hour drive over the Western Slope to take on Mesa State Mavericks in Grand Junction. The T-Wolves stumbled in game one, 2-1. Before bouncing back in the nightcap with a 9-4 victory.

Pack blasts Mountain Lions
[3/29/10] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball blasted there way through the final day of a 4-game series with the UCCS Mountain Lions in a big way, winning the first 14-4 before cruising to an easy 16-1 victory in game two.

Pack lays egg in Springs
[3/28/10] - Needing a series win to keep pace with Western New Mexico in the overall RMAC West Division standings, CSU-Pueblo took a major step backward when it lost two in a doubleheader Sunday to a sub-.500 UCCS team.

Softball remains in national-rankings
[3/24/10] - CSU-Pueblo, despite losing three of four to eighth-ranked Metro State last weekend, remained in the NFCA Division II rankings this week, "receiving votes" for the second consecutive week.

Softball doubleheader with Adams State rescheduled
[3/23/10] - CSU-Pueblo's mid-week doubleheader with Adams State has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 25 at 2 p.m. The game will take place at the Rawlings Sports Complex at CSU-Pueblo.

CSU-Pueblo gets split with Metro State
[3/22/10] - CSU-Pueblo split a doubleheader with eighth-ranked Metro State Monday, claiming a 6-4 win before falling 2-1 in a squeaker in the final game.

ThunderWolves suffer sweep at hands of #8 Metro State
[3/21/10] - CSU-Pueblo was the victim of a Metro State no-hitter then a walk-off home run Sunday, falling to a heartbreaking doubleheader sweep at the the hands of eighth-ranked Metro State Sunday.

ThunderWolves enter national rankings
[3/17/10] - CSU-Pueblo made its first appearance in the NFCA Division II national rankings since 2002 Wednesday when it "received votes" in the latest national poll

Bosio claims third straight pitching honor
[3/17/10] - CSU-Pueblo sophomore hurler Justine Bosio kept up her hot start to the 2010 season, earning her third consecutive RMAC Pitcher of the Week honor Wednesday.

Chesser's walk-off bomb seals doubleheader sweep
[3/14/10] - Lacey Chesser nailed a walk-off two-run shot in the bottom of the ninth inning against Regis Saturday, delivering a 7-5 Pack win and sealing a doubleheader sweep of the Rangers.

Bosio's arm, bat lifts Pack to sweep
[3/14/10] - Fueled by a standout day by Justine Bosio, who claimed two wins in the circle and a launched a walk-off homer, CSU-Pueblo claimed the four-game sweep of Regis Sunday, winning 9-1 in five innings, and 6-5 in the late game.

Bosio claims second-straight pitcher of the week honor
[3/9/10] - CSU-Pueblo hurler Justine Bosio has earned the RMAC's Pitcher of the Week honor for the second consecutive week after claiming two wins over Colorado Mines last weekend.

Pack posts pair of shutouts over Mines
[3/7/10] - Carried by another pair of stellar pitching performances as well as a few long-balls, CSU-Pueblo took a pair of shutouts from Colorado Mines Sunday.

Pack falls an extra-inning rally shy of doubleheader sweep
[3/6/10] - Behind its trademark strong pitching, CSU-Pueblo captured a doubleheader split from Colorado School of Mines Saturday, losing the opener 4-2 in extra innings before evening the score with a 6-1 win in the nightcap.

Bosio named RMAC Pitcher of the Week
[3/2/10] - CSU-Pueblo sophomore pitcher Justine Bosio was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for the first time in her career, the RMAC announced Tuesday.

Pack splits doubleheader
[2/27/10] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team closed out the weekend pod-style series against Chadron State and Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday, defeating the Lopers 3-0 in game one, before a heartbreaking loss against Chadron State 6-5.

T-Wolves sweep pair in home opener
[2/26/10] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team opened the 2010 home schedule with two non-conference wins, beating Nebraska-Kearney in the first game 1-0, before delivering another shutout with a 5-0 victory over Chadron State.

Pack schedules three-team pod this weekend
[2/22/10] - CSU-Pueblo will host a three-team pod this weekend when RMAC foes Chadron State and Nebraska-Kearney will play two games each at the Rawlings Softball Complex Friday and Saturday.

Pack's weekend tourney in Kearney cancelled
[2/16/10] - CSU-Pueblo will be one of many teams in the area without any games to play this weekend, following news of the cancellation of the 10-team RMAC/NSIC Regional Crossover in Kearney, Neb.

Pack splits season-opener with Regis
[2/13/10] - CSU-Pueblo opened the season Saturday with a doubleheader split with Regis, each taking one-run games.

Over 30 come out for Softball ThunderPup Clinic
[2/2/10] - Over 30 K-8 campers came out to the CSU-Pueblo Softball ThunderPup Clinic, held Saturday at the CSU-Pueblo Softball Academy at the Colorado State Fairgrounds. Click here to learn more about the ThunderPup Club.

ThunderWolves picked to finish fourth in RMAC
[1/19/10] - CSU-Pueblo, a regional runner-up last season, was picked to be strong again in 2010 by the RMAC softball coaches, selected to finish 4th in the 12-team RMAC standings, according to the RMAC preseason softball poll released Tuesday.

Pack softball camp a success
[8/10/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball Team held its summer camp on Aug. 8-9, and was a smashing success, coach Shane Showalter said.


Pack softball adds 10 2010 signees
[5/28/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball program, fresh off their 2009 season when they were the Central Region runner-up, have added 10 new student-athletes to the roster for 2010 season, coach Shane Showalter announced today.

Pack nets four on all-Region team
[5/13/09] - Four ThunderWolves were recognized with second-team honors on the Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Central Region team, Daktronics announced today.

Pack's magical run ends vs. Mesa State
[5/10/09] - A down 7th inning undid CSU-Pueblo's magical run in the Central Region Tournament Sunday as the Pack fell 10-6 to Mesa State in the Central Region Championship game.

ThunderWolves within reach of Central Region title
[5/9/09] - The ThunderWolves' unlikely run at the NCAA Division II Central Regional tournament continued Saturday as the Pack move to within one game of the NCAA Division II Central Regional championship game after rebounding from an early 8-3 loss to Mesa State before eliminating Colorado School of Mines with a 3-1 win in the day's late game.

Pack downs third-seeded Mines at regionals
[5/8/09] - #6 CSU-Pueblo defeated #3 Colorado School of Mines by a score of 7-1 on day one action of the NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament at the Regis Softball Field in Denver, Colo.

Softball team heading to NCAA's
[5/5/09] - CSU-Pueblo has received a bid to the NCAA Central Regional tournament, the NCAA announced Sunday night. Click here to find tournament information and follow the Pack in their quest for a Regional Championship.

Pack out at RMAC, awaits regional bid
[5/1/09] - CSU-Pueblo was unceremoniously swept out of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament Friday, losing to top-seeded Metro State and Mesa State, leaving the Pack to await word on a possible bid to the Central Regional Tournament next week.

Big first-inning lifts Pack to RMAC Tourney win
[4/30/09] - A three-run first inning by the ThunderWolves laid the groundwork for a 6-4 win over Regis Thursday morning in the first-round of the RMAC Softball Tournament, being held at Metro State College in Denver.

CSU-Pueblo sends five to all-RMAC team
[4/29/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team saw five of its players named to the all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference team, headlined by first teamers Kelly Purcell and Ashley Aldrich.

ThunderWolves sitting at sixth in region
[4/29/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team kept its hopes for a regional berth in check this week, as the Pack remained at sixth in the NCAA Central Region softball rankings, the NCAA announced Wednesday.

Pack places two on RMAC all-century softball team
[4/28/09] - CSU-Pueblo placed two members on the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Century Softball Team - pitcher Kerri Chase and Niki (Toussaint) Whitaker, CSU-Pueblo's current associate athletic director.

ThunderWolves fall short of RMAC West title
[4/26/09] - Needing to sweep in order to claim its first ever RMAC West Division title, CSU-Pueblo fell short Sunday, winning 8-4 in the opener before falling 2-1 in the late game vs. Western New Mexico.

Pack splits with Western New Mexico
[4/25/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team battled to a split with the Mustangs of Western New Mexico losing the first game 6-1, but coming back strong with a 10-1 finish in five innings in game two.

Tyler named CSU-Pueblo athlete of the year
[4/23/09] - CSU-Pueblo senior shortstop Janine Tyler has been named the co-CSU-Pueblo Female Athlete of the Year, the athletics department announced Thursday.

Pack's Purcell named academic all-RMAC
[4/22/09] - CSU-Pueblo junior second baseman Kelly Purcell has been named to the academic all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference first team, the RMAC announced Thursday.

CSU-Pueblo struggles vs. Adams State
[4/22/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team struggled with the Grizzlies of Adams State in the rare mid-week double header Wednesday in Alamosa, losing game one 6-2, before losing game two 5-3.

Pack softball stays at sixth in region
[4/22/09] - CSU-Pueblo's fortunes for making the NCAA Division II Central Regional tournament remained strong Wednesday, as CSU-Pueblo remained at sixth in the region, according to the Central Region ranking relesed by the NCAA.

CSU-Pueblo too hot to handle for Highlands
[4/19/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team finished the weekend off with a bang with a sweep of the Cowgirls of New Mexico Highlands. The Pack shutout Highlands in game one with an impressive 17-0 victory before sealing the weekend sweep with a 22-7 victory in game two.

Aldrich tees off as Pack sweeps Highlands
[4/18/09] - Senior centerfielder Ashley Aldrich turned in one of the finest days in CSU-Pueblo softball history Saturday, knocking in a school-record nine runs as the Pack scored 13-3 and 17-10 wins over New Mexico Highlands.

ThunderWolves stay in the hunt for regional berth
[4/15/09] - CSU-Pueblo found itself ranked sixth in the region in the latest NCAA Division II Central Region poll released Wednesday.

T-Wolves return to winning ways
[4/10/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team returned to their winning ways with a sweep of the Skyhawks of Fort Lewis on Saturday in Durango, Colorado. The T-Wolves took game one 3-2 and battled the Skyhawks to a come from behind victory in game two, winning 5-2 in 8 innings.

Pack's hot streak halts at Metro State
[4/3/09] - CSU-Pueblo saw its school-record 11-game win streak come to an end Friday when 12th-ranked Metro State won two dogfights with the ThunderWolves, winning 9-6 and 4-2.

Pack sweeps Mesa, claims 11th straight win
[3/29/09] - The ThunderWolves kept rolling Sunday, opening a four-game set with Mesa State by posting a dominant sweep of Mavericks, tying a school record with its 11th straight win.

Pack takes division lead, wins ninth straight
[3/25/09] - The ThunderWolves' surge continued Wednesday as it disposed of Adams State with a doubleheader sweep, taking over first place in the RMAC West Division and claiming its ninth straight win, its longest win streak in three seasons.

Pack continues hot streak with sweep of UCCS
[3/22/09] - The Pack completed the sweep of UCCS on Sunday to continue their hot streak of 7 straight wins.

Pack sweeps doubleheader to win their 5th straight
[3/21/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team continued their stellar play and pitching remained strong as they swept the day one double header over UCCS.

Pack takes 3-of-4 from Chadron State
[3/15/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team completed the weekend off right, taking the final two games from Chadron State winning game one 2-1 and shutting the Eagles down in game two 6-0.

Pack rebounds to take split from Chadron
[3/14/09] - It is hard to mentally come back from nearly being no-hit, but that's just what the ThunderWolves did Saturday at Chadron State, shrugging of an early 1-0 loss to put up an impressive 11-2 win.

Pack takes three of four from Kearney
[3/8/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team completed the weekend by taking the final two games against Nebraska-Kearney at Rawlings Complex

Pack splits games on home opening day
[3/7/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team battled through gusty winds all afternoon Saturday as they split the opening day of a weekend series against Nebraska-Kearney, taking the first game 4-2 and falling 6-0 in the second game.

T-Wolves swept at Mines
[3/1/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team couldn’t overcome the dominating play of 18th ranked Colorado Mines, getting swept in a weekend series in Golden, Colo.

Pack finishes up tourney strong
[2/22/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Softball team finished up the RMAC/NSIC Regional Crossover Tournament with a split of the days games.

Pack continues domination at RMAC/NSIC Crossover
[2/21/09] - The ThunderWolves continued to dominate their opponents on Saturday at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference/Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Crossover by routing the University of Minnesota-Duluth 11-2 and finishing off the day with an exciting 5-3 win over Southwest Minnesota State.

Pack dominates at Regional Crossover
[2/20/09] - The ThunderWolves opened up Friday's Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference/Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Crossover with a bang, taking it to Augustana (S.D.) with an 11-2 win, and following it up with an impressive win a pitcher's dual vs. the University of Mary, coming through with a 3-1 win.

Errors stymie Pack in 2009 opener
[2/7/09] - CSU-Pueblo displayed a fair amount of season-opening jitters Saturday at Metro State, committing a total of six errors in two losses to the Roadrunners.

ThunderWolves picked to finish high in RMAC poll
[1/20/09] - The CSU-Pueblo softball team received a fair amount of respect in the 2009 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Coaches' Preseason Poll, picked to finish fifth. Two Pack players, Janine Tyler and Ashley Aldrich, were also picked as preseason all-RMAC selections, the RMAC announced Tuesday.


Pack's summer softball camps announced
[6/26/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball program will hold its Elite Varsity Softball Camp from Aug. 9-10 and its Instructional Camp from Aug. 2-3, both at the CSU-Pueblo softball complex.

Pack softball bows out of RMAC Tourney
[5/2/08] - This wasn't Friday the 13th, but it might as well have been for the Colorado State University-Pueblo softball team. The ThunderWolves had a nightmare performance Friday at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference postseason tournament at Long Lake Park in Arvada.

Three ThunderWolves garner all-RMAC honors
[4/30/08] - Three CSU-Pueblo softball players have been honored as second-teamers on the 2008 all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Wednesday.

Pack draws Metro State in RMAC Tournament
[4/28/08] - The ThunderWolves will enter the RMAC Tournament as the sixth seed, taking on Metro State, the three-seed, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced Sunday.

Pack ends regular season in flurry, sweeps WNMU
[4/27/08] - The ThunderWolves finished the regular season Sunday on high note, scoring a doubleheader sweep of Western New Mexico, winning eight of their final 10 games of the season.

Pack settles for split with Western New Mexico
[4/26/08] - After the ThunderWolves pulled off a stunning come-from-behind win in Saturday's first game against Western New Mexico, momentum was squarely in the Pack's grasp. But a great rebound by the Lady Mustangs halted the Pack's four-game win streak, leaving them with a split.

Hansen voted Athlete of the Week for Apr. 24, 2008
[4/24/08] - Softball player Alyssa Hansen has been selected as the CSU-Pueblo Athlete of the Week, according to the visitors of GoThunderWolves.com.

Davitt first-team selection to RMAC all-academic team
[4/24/08] - Pack senior Matt Davitt has been selected as a first-team member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference all-academic team, the RMAC announced Wednesday.

Pack's Tyler shatters school stolen base record
[4/24/08] - Junior shortstop Janine Tyler didn't do anything out of the ordinary during the Pack's doubleheader sweep of Adams State Wednesday - she simply did all she could to help her team score runs. In doing so, she stole two bases Wednesday, giving her 23 for the season and breaking a school record.

Pack avenges losses to Adams, climbs RMAC standings
[4/24/08] - It was only two weeks ago that the ThunderWolves' playoff lives looked to be in doubt. But following Wednesday's doubleheader sweep of Adams State, avenging a pair of ugly losses to the Grizzlies in February, the Pack is solidly the sixth seed in the race for the RMAC playoffs going into the final weekend of the regular season.

Pack rebounds to split double with Highlands, win series
[4/20/08] - After losing Sunday's first game to New Mexico Highlands 10-6, the ThunderWolves could have rolled over and blew a golden opportunity to win the four-game series. But the Pack rebounded in all facets of the game to beat Highlands 11-1 and capture the series win.

Pack gets much-needed sweep of Highlands
[4/19/08] - For the ThunderWolves, who came into Saturday's doubleheader against New Mexico Highlands tied for the final playoff spot in the RMAC, each game remaining in the 2008 season will be like playoff games. Saturday, the Pack scored wins in that playoff atmosphere.

Tyler voted Athlete of the Week for Apr. 17, 2008
[4/17/08] - Softball player Janine Tyler has been selected as the CSU-Pueblo Athlete of the Week, according to the visitors of GoThunderWolves.com.

Pack splits again against Mines in Alamosa
[4/13/08] - A lead-off home run by Janine Tyler and a grand slam by Kelly Purcell helped the ThunderWolves take the first game of a doubleheader with Colorado Mines in Alamosa Sunday.

Pack one hit away from a sweep of UCCS
[4/12/08] - The ThunderWolves were just one hit away from claiming a sweep from the UCCS Mountain Lions Saturday, but came away with a split at an RMAC pod held at Alamosa.

Pack can't salvage split with Fort Lewis
[4/6/08] - Short a few hands in the pitching staff, the ThunderWolves did their best to reverse their fortunes - all bad - after a sweep at the hands of Fort Lewis Saturday in the series-openers. The ThunderWolves accomplished part of that mission, upending the Skyhawks 4-1 in game one Sunday, but couldn't manage the split, dropping the late game 8-3.

Pack pitchers come up lame in doubleheader sweep
[4/5/08] - The Thunderwolves dropped to 8th place in the RMAC standings Saturday as they lost the first two games of the four-game series with the Fort Lewis Skyhawks, losing 8-2 and 7-0.

33 hits can't salvage win against Mesa State
[3/30/08] - The ThunderWolves' offense was in high-octane overdrive Sunday, putting together 33 hits during the day's doubleheader with Mesa State. But lackluster pitching and late-inning heroics by the Mavericks led to a four-game sweep for Mesa State.

Pack solved by Mesa State
[3/29/08] - The ThunderWolves came into the weekend series against Mesa State on a hot streak, winning five straight. But in a pivotal series that may determine supremacy in the RMAC West, the Mavericks swept the Saturday doubleheader from the Pack.

Swanberg voted Athlete of the Week for Mar. 27, 2008
[3/27/08] - Softball player Kelsey Swanberg has been selected as the CSU-Pueblo Athlete of the Week, according to the visitors of GoThunderWolves.com.

Swanberg selected as RMAC Pitcher of the Week
[3/25/08] - Pack pitcher Kelsey Swanberg has been selected as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week, the RMAC announced Tuesday.

Everything keeps clicking as Pack finishes sweep of UNK
[3/22/08] - In the ThunderWolves' history, Nebraska-Kearney has historically owned the Pack. Saturday, the Pack finished its first ever sweep over the Lopers, and more importantly, took strides in its quest to become an upper-echelon team in the RMAC.

Pack scores rare triple-header sweep of Kearney
[3/21/08] - Thursday night was long for the CSU-Pueblo softball team. Their van broke down 80 miles outside of Kearney, Neb. Thursday, forcing them to forego their scheduled Thursday night game and sit idle for around eight hours waiting for the van to get serviced. Friday, it was obvious what the Pack did with all that down time - prepare.

Romero voted Athlete of the Week for Mar. 20, 2008
[3/20/08] - Softball player Kari Romero has been selected as the CSU-Pueblo Athlete of the Week, according to the visitors of GoThunderWolves.com.

Metro implosion allows Pack to come away with split
[3/16/08] - Kari Romero was the beneficiary of a second consecutive wild pitch in the bottom of the 7th against Metro State Sunday, allowing the Pack to salvage a split.

Higby tosses a gem, enables Pack split with Regis
[3/9/08] - After losing 12-0 in the early game, the ThunderWolves had all the reasons in the world to think that the second half of their Sunday doubleheader with Regis would be a lot of the same. But pitcher Amber Higby had different ideas.

Pack settles for split with Regis
[3/8/08] - The Pack was manic Saturday, rising from the high of taking a 2-1 win in an 11-inning marathon with Regis, then falling back to earth as they couldn't convert the back end of the doubleheader, losing 6-3 in the nightcap.

Pack ends series on high note, splits Saturday with Chadron
[3/1/08] - Saturday, the Pack saw roadblocks in all the major facets of the game - pitching, hitting and fielding. But the ThunderWolves did what good teams do - win anyway.

Pack overcomes freak injuries to get a pair from Chadron
[2/29/08] - Despite losing two of their top pitchers to injuries sustained in an auto accident, the Pack rallied and took two games from visiting Chadron State Friday

Aldrich voted Athlete of the Week for Feb. 28, 2008
[2/28/08] - Softball player Ashley Aldrich, recently picked as the RMAC's Player of the Week, has also been selected as the CSU-Pueblo Athlete of the Week, according to the visitors of GoThunderWolves.com.

Aldrich chosen as RMAC Softball Player of the Week
[2/27/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo junior centerfielder, Ashley Aldrich, has been selected as the RMAC Softball Player of the Week.

Pack stays hot, ends Mile High Invite 4-1
[2/24/08] - The fact that the ThunderWolves got Ashley Aldrich, a centerfielder who was an all-tournament selection on the NJCAA Champion Pima Community College softball team, was the softball equivalent of hitting the Power Ball.

Pitching finds its stride at Mile High Invite
[2/23/08] - The lament of the 2008 ThunderWolves softball team has been their inability to hit and pitch. Saturday, the Pack did both, and to great results.

Pitching, hitting fall flat as Pack gets swept by Adams
[2/16/08] - When the ThunderWolves' Ashley Aldrich and Bo Nuanez managed to uncork back-to-back jacks in the seventh inning of the Pack's second game against Adams State Saturday, it didn't generate the kind of excitement you would expect.

ThunderWolves drop closing game of tournament to Regis
[2/10/08] - Before the first pitch of Sunday's games at the CSU-Pueblo Preseason Softball Tournament, an almost spontaneous cloud of fog rose from the eastern plains like a phoenix, setting on the Rawlings Sports Complex and sitting for the rest of the day.

Pack not up to speed on first day of Preseason Tournament
[2/9/08] - The Pack struggled in their first time on the field in 2008, snagging only one win in three tries at the CSU-Pueblo Preseason Tournament.

Four Pueblo softball products sign with CSU-Pueblo
[11/22/07] - Four of the top softball players to ever come out of the city of Pueblo have chosen to stay home, signing their letters of intent to play softball with CSU-Pueblo.

Softball, baseball academy running through March
[11/9/07] - The CSU-Pueblo Baseball and Softball Academy will be open on Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m. December 2, 2007 thru March 2008 at the Colorado State Fairgrounds Live Stock Pavilion.

CSU-Pueblo softball announces camp schedules
[11/5/07] - The CSU-Pueblo softball program has announced four upcoming camps that will take place between now and August 2008.

CSU-Pueblo Softball to host hitting clinic Saturday
[10/5/07] - PUEBLO, Colo. – The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball team will be hosting the Pre-District Softball Hitting Clinic Saturday, October 6, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Rawlings Softball Field on the CSU-Pueblo Campus.

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[8/8/07] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball program will host an Elite Softball Day Camp on Friday, August 10th from 8 -12 p.m. at the Rawlings Softball Complex.