CSU-Pueblo Women's Basketball
Kearsley secures first-team All-RMAC honors
[3/7/13] - CSU-Pueblo senior post Laurel Kearsley was a unanimous first-team All-RMAC selection, headlining one of two All-RMAC honors for the ThunderWolves.
Pack falls in RMAC Quarterfinal to Fort Lewis
[3/5/13] - CSU-Pueblo's season is likely over after losing on the road in the opening round of the RMAC Shootout at Fort Lewis 78-67.
ThunderWolves end regular season on high note, draws Fort Lewis
[3/2/13] - CSU-Pueblo scored a 69-58 win over Regis to close out the regular season, setting up a playoff quarterfinal showdown at Fort Lewis.
ThunderWolves stay cold against Metro State
[3/1/13] - CSU-Pueblo shot just 23 percent from the field Friday as it again endured a cold-shooting night, losing 42-32 to Metro State.
ThunderWolves 9th in regional rankings
[2/27/13] - CSU-Pueblo weighed in at 9th in the second NCAA Division II South Central Region Rankings, released Wednesday.
ThunderWolves recover with dominant 'Senior Night' performance
[2/23/13] - CSU-Pueblo gathered much needed win Saturday and did so with dominance, posting a 62-41 win over Chadron State.
Basketball games filled with promotions this weekend
[2/18/13] - As the basketball regular season schedule draws to a close this weekend, CSU-Pueblo basketball is promoting a host of events, including a "Pink Out" and the "National Girls and Women in Sports Day" Friday, and YMCA Youth Night Saturday.
Kearsley nets RMAC Player of the Week honor for RMAC-best sixth time
[2/18/13] - For the sixth time this season, CSU-Pueblo post Laurel Kearsley has been named the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Monday.
Pack rebounds, knocks off Adams State
[2/16/13] - CSU-Pueblo got back in the win column Saturday after securing a much-needed 76-55 win at Adams State.
Kearsley's big night can't save Pack
[2/15/13] - Despite the second 30-point game of the season for Laurel Kearsley, CSU-Pueblo couldn't get much else going Friday at Fort Lewis, losing 78-64.
Pack shoots dry, falls to UCCS in pivotal game
[2/9/13] - CSU-Pueblo couldn't buy a bucket Saturday in a game that would determine second place in the RMAC, falling 47-37 to UC-Colorado Springs.
ThunderWolves continue to receive votes in poll
[2/5/13] - For the second straight week, CSU-Pueblo has received votes in the WBCA/USA Today Division II Women's Basketball poll.
Kearsley wraps up yet another Player of the Week honor
[2/4/13] - For the fifth time this season and second straight week, CSU-Pueblo post Laurel Kearsley has been named the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week.
Hillhouse, Kearsley help Pack sweep RMAC Athlete of the Month honors
[2/4/13] - For the first time in school history, CSU-Pueblo athletes were recognized as the RMAC Athlete of the Month as wrestler Jesse Hillhouse and women's basketball athlete Laurel Kearsley garnered honors.
Pack again dominant in rout of Western New Mexico
[2/2/13] - CSU-Pueblo's women’s basketball team dominated the Western New Mexico Mustangs Saturday night at Massari Arena, winning 78-44.
Drown takes over win record as Pack rolls Highlands
[2/1/13] - Kip Drown became the RMAC's active win leader Friday as the ThunderWolves put on a clinic for New Mexico Highlands, rolling to a 61-36 win over the Cowgirls.
'Take a Kid to the Game' for free Saturday night
[1/31/13] - CSU-Pueblo's annual "Take a Kid to the Game" night, featuring the Denver Nuggets mascot, Rocky, and Spongebob SquarePants, will take place Saturday night during the ThunderWolves' basketball games vs. Western New Mexico.
ThunderWolves re-enter national poll
[1/29/13] - After a one-week absence, CSU-Pueblo has re-entered the WBCA/USA Today Division II Women's Basketball poll.
Kearsley is again Player of the Week
[1/28/13] - For the fourth time this season, CSU-Pueblo post Laurel Kearsley has been named the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week.
Feature: Kearsley's upbringing, drive spells success on basketball court
[1/28/13] - CSU-Pueblo senior Laurel Kearsley points to a competitive family and a simple love for basketball as the reasons for her success with the ThunderWolves.
Second half surge carries Pack
[1/26/13] - Led by a resurgent 20-point game from Paige Ramm, CSU-Pueblo recorded another win Saturday night, defeating Black Hills State 70-49.
Kearsley's career game lifts ThunderWolves
[1/25/13] - Led by a career-high 30 points from Laurel Kearsley, CSU-Pueblo cruised to a 79-60 win over Chadron State Friday night.
Pack holds off comeback, closes out Mines
[1/19/13] - CSU-Pueblo held off a tenacious comeback attempt from Colorado School of Mines Saturday, holding on in a tight matchup to claim a 76-71 win.
Second half struggles doom ThunderWolves
[1/18/13] - Despite heading into halftime tied, CSU-Pueblo's struggles shooting the ball and taking down the rebound caught with them as the Pack was outplayed by Colorado Christian in the second half, losing 68-66.
ThunderWolves receive votes in national poll
[1/15/13] - For the second straight week, CSU-Pueblo appeared in the WBCA/USA Today Division II Women's Basketball Poll Tuesday, "receiving votes" in the rankings.
Kearsley secures third RMAC Defensive Player of the Week award
[1/14/13] - CSU-Pueblo senior post Laurel Kearsley continued to be rewarded for her defensive dominance this season, earning RMAC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the third time this season.
ThunderWolves rebound nicely in win over Western State
[1/12/13] - CSU-Pueblo secured a win in dominant fashion Saturday night, building a 30-point lead as early as the first half as it rolled to a 71-48 win over Western State.
Pack loses hearbreaker to #8 Colorado Mesa
[1/11/13] - Trailing by one score with less than a minute to go, CSU-Pueblo couldn't complete the upset Friday as 8th-ranked Colorado Mesa remained undefeated, winning 70-66.
ThunderWolves regain mention in national poll
[1/8/13] - After a two-week hiatus, CSU-Pueblo reappeared in the WBCA/USA Today Division II Women's Basketball Poll Tuesday, "receiving votes" in the rankings.
CSU-Pueblo to hold 'Fan Appreciation Night' with free admission Friday
[1/7/13] - CSU-Pueblo will hold its annual "Fan Appreciation Night" Friday with free admission to the ThunderWolves' basketball games vs. Colorado Mesa.
Pack spoils UCCS' Downtown Classic by posting win
[1/5/13] - As Colorado Springs' City Auditorium played host to a rare basketball game Saturday between UCCS and CSU-Pueblo, the ThunderWolves spoiled the Mountain Lions' biggest athletic event of the year, posting a 66-54 win.
Pack to take on rival UCCS at Colorado Springs City Auditorium
[1/2/13] - Fans planning on travelling to watch the ThunderWolves basketball teams take on UC-Colorado Springs Saturday will have to travel to downtown Colorado Springs, as the game will be held at the Colorado Springs City Auditorium.
Pack converts comeback with buzzer-beater to down Cowgirls
[12/15/12] - CSU-Pueblo overcame a 13-point second-half deficit Saturday to squeak out an 86-83 win over New Mexico Highlands to improve to 8-2.
ThunderWolves survive scare from Western New Mexico
[12/14/12] - Despite starting the game trailing 21-3, CSU-Pueblo came back to hold off Western New Mexico Friday, claiming a 64-57 win.
ThunderWolves beat at its own game against Metro State
[12/8/12] - CSU-Pueblo's normally tenacious defense couldn't keep up with that of Metro State, which was even nastier Saturday, as the Pack fell 54-43 to the Roadrunners.
CSU-Pueblo Women's Basketball Release (Dec. 7, 2012)
[12/7/12] - Get prepared for the Pack women's weekend showdowns with Regis and Metro State.
Pack defense rules as ThunderWolves take down Regis
[12/7/12] - Led by a double-double effort by Katie Nehf and a picture-perfect defensive effort, CSU-Pueblo claimed a 61-43 win over Regis Friday.
Pack, Tubby's Diner to hold weekend toy drive during basketball games
[12/4/12] - CSU-Pueblo, in conjunction with Tubby's Diner, will hold a holiday toy drive this weekend as the ThunderWolves basketball teams host Regis and Metro State Friday and Saturday night.
Pack downs Fort Lewis to open RMAC undefeated
[12/1/12] - Led by dominant efforts down low from Laurel Kearsley and Katie Nehf, CSU-Pueblo claimed its first regular season win over Fort Lewis since 2007.
ThunderWolves begin RMAC slate on the right foot
[12/1/12] - CSU-Pueblo opened up its RMAC season with a win Friday, outlasting Adams State 67-55.
Kearsley, Hicks sweep RMAC honors
[11/27/12] - CSU-Pueblo senior wing Erica Hicks and senior post Laurel Kearsley have been named offensive and defensive players of the week by the RMAC.
Pack continues to receive mention in national polls
[11/27/12] - After starting the season with an impressive 3-1 record, which includes a victory over No. 20 Emporia State, the CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team continues to receive votes in the USA Today/Women's Basketball Coaches Association national poll.
Pack suffers first loss of season to Dixie State
[11/24/12] - CSU-Pueblo was victimized by a second-half surge Saturday against Dixie State, playing catch up and falling to Red Storm 67-61.
Pack rides big first half to victory
[11/23/12] - CSU-Pueblo held Notre Dame de Namur to just eight first half points, showing a dominant defensive effort in claiming a 59-38 win at the Montana State-Billings Classic Friday.
Pack inches closer to national ranking
[11/20/12] - CSU-Pueblo received 17 votes in the WBCA Division II women's basketball poll this week, marking an all-time high for the program.
Kearsley claims RMAC Player of the Week honors
[11/19/12] - CSU-Pueblo senior post Laurel Kearsley has been named the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week after leading the Pack to two wins at the Al Kaly Classic last weekend.
Pack claims first ever win over ranked opponent at Massari
[11/17/12] - Entering Saturday's game with 19th-ranked Emporia State, CSU-Pueblo had never defeated a ranked opponent on its home floor. But that streak came to a happy end as the ThunderWolves gathered a 66-53 win.
29th Annual CSU-Pueblo Al Kaly Shriners' Classic
[11/16/12] - Get the information you need going into the 29th Annual Al Kaly Shrine Classic! Get information on games, teams, the Shrine, a community food drive, and more!
Pack claims season-opening win
[11/16/12] - The CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball team kicked-off its 2012-2013 season with a 65-58 win Friday, playing host to California Baptist University in its first of two games as a part of the 29th Annual Al Kaly Shrine Classic at Massari Arena.
Pack falls to Division I power in exhibition
[11/3/12] - In CSU-Pueblo exhibition opener Saturday, CSU-Pueblo fell to defending Big Sky Conference champions and NCAA Division I Tournament qualifier, Idaho State, 50-24.
Pack picked to finish second in RMAC
[10/30/12] - CSU-Pueblo's women's basketball team is in for a very successful season - if the RMAC women's basketball coaches are correct - as it has been selected to finish second in the RMAC.
ThunderWolves receive votes in WBCA Preseason National Poll
[10/30/12] - CSU-Pueblo has received mention in the USA Today/ESPN Division II Preseason Poll released Tuesday, the Women's Basketball Coaches' Association announced.
Season preview: It's all about "finishing" this season for Pack women
[10/22/12] - After ending 2012 with two sour postseason losses, CSU-Pueblo is re-energized and eager to ascend to new heights in 2012-13.
Watch the All-American Redheads' Induction into Naismith Hall of Fame
[9/20/12] - The All-American Redheads, the trailblazing all-women's basketball team that included former CSU-Pueblo coach Jessie Banks, was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Watch the moving induction speech here.
Change how you follow the ThunderWolves in 2012-13
[8/28/12] - This season, you can follow all the ThunderWolves athletics squads much more closely through live video, coaches' shows, exclusive GoThunderWolves.com content, iHeartRadio and more!
Pueblo native Jubic named CSU-Pueblo assistant women's coach
[7/2/12] - Pueblo native and former Colorado Christian assistant Janean Jubic has been named the top assistant with the CSU-Pueblo women's basketball program.
CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball rounds out signing class with point guard
[5/17/12] - The CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball program has concluded its 2012 signing class with the addition of seasoned point guard Jenay Locke, a junior-college veteran from Mesa Community College.
Banks, All-American Red Heads to be inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame
[4/2/12] - Former Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball coach, Jessie Banks, is headed to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the All-American Red Heads, a trailblazing group of women’s basketball players which travelled the nation as the female equivalent of the Harlem Globetrotters from 1936 through 1986.
Pack's season slips away against Augustana
[3/9/12] - CSU-Pueblo was the victim of a late surge in the NCAA Division II Central Regionals Friday, watching as a close but firm lead for most of the game disappeared in the final minutes in an 82-76 loss.
ThunderWolves will be a five-seed in national tournament
[3/4/12] - The CSU-Pueblo's women's basketball team got the news it had hoped for Sunday night as it was tabbed as an at-large selection to the NCAA Division II Women's Basketball National Tournament.
Pack continues to receive mention in national poll
[2/28/12] - CSU-Pueblo received 13 votes in the latest USA Today/ESPN Division II women's basketball poll, the WBCA announced Tuesday.
Babler headlines all-conference nods
[2/28/12] - CSU-Pueblo senior point guard Kendall Babler received first-team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, one of three ThunderWolves to earn All-RMAC honors, the RMAC announced Tuesday.
First round upset ends Pack's Shootout run
[2/28/12] - In a huge upset in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Playoffs, the UC-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions were able to rally to beat CSU-Pueblo 61-58 Tuesday night.
ThunderWolves to host UCCS in RMAC Quarterfinal
[2/26/12] - CSU-Pueblo's women's basketball team will host UC-Colorado Springs in an RMAC Quarterfinal playoff game on Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m.
Second half surge key in regular season finale
[2/25/12] - CSU-Pueblo used a late second half surge to defeat Colorado Christian 54-49 Saturday night at Massari Arena
Strong second half helps Pack roll past Mines
[2/24/12] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team used a strong second half surge to outlast Colorado Mines 69-61 Friday night.
'Pink Zone', Women in Sports day, ThunderPup dance slated for weekend
[2/23/12] - A variety of promotions are on tap this weekend, all geared toward female athletes and women in general, as the CSU-Pueblo Department of Athletics will hold its "Pink Zone" night Friday alongside the National Girls and Women in Sports Day, with the ThunderPup dance clinic planned for Saturday.
ThunderWolves remain fifth in region
[2/23/12] - CSU-Pueblo remained ranked fifth in the latest NCAA Division II Central Region rankings, the NCAA announced Wednesday.
ThunderWolves continue to 'receive votes' in national poll
[2/21/12] - CSU-Pueblo's women's basketball team received six votes in the latest ESPN/USA Today Division II Women's Basketball poll.
ThunderWolves regain composure with schlacking of Chadron State
[2/18/12] - CSU-Pueblo turned the page and trudged forward Saturday, scoring a dominant - and uneventful - 27-point win over Chadron State to move to 19-5.
Pack victims of stunning upset to Kearney
[2/17/12] - CSU-Pueblo saw a 15-point lead evaporate Friday, falling in double overtime to Nebraska-Kearney by a 99-89 score.
ThunderWolves weigh in at fifth in region
[2/15/12] - In the initial regional rankings released Wednesday, CSU-Pueblo debuted with a ranking of fifth in the NCAA Division II Central Region, putting it in prime position for an at-large National Tournament berth.
Pack gets mention in national poll
[2/14/12] - For the first time this season, CSU-Pueblo has attained mention in the USA Today/ESPN Division II National Poll, "receiving votes" for the national top 25.
Kearsley's career night helps lead Pack over Grizzlies
[2/11/12] - The Pack recorded their 13th straight home win over Adams State Saturday, winning 55-47 over the Grizzlies.
Pack fall in battle with conference's best
[2/10/12] - In a battle between two of the conference's top women’s basketball teams, the ThunderWolves' second-half rally fell short as the Pack fell 61-55 to Fort Lewis.
Kids 12 and under are free Saturday, Shaggy & Scooby to appear
[2/6/12] - Saturday's basketball games against Adams State will be "Take a Kid to a Game" night, with a special appearance by Shaggy & Scooby planned.
Pack outlasts UCCS, takes Steel & Silver points
[2/4/12] - Playing in a hostile environment, CSU-Pueblo got a huge game from Erica Hicks, who drained 27 in leading the Pack to a 66-60 win.
ThunderWolves rack up another win, Drown wins 400th
[1/28/12] - CSU-Pueblo won its fifth straight and 12th in the last 13 games Saturday, taking down winless Western New Mexico 78-47 as Kip Drown won his 400th collegiate game.
Behind Babler's 31, Pack records sweep of Highlands
[1/27/12] - This season, CSU-Pueblo has been all about defense. Friday, the Pack offense loudly proclaimed its importance, exploding for 91 in a 91-73 win over New Mexico Highlands.
Youth Basketball Shootout is Feb. 7, 10 at Massari Arena
[1/24/12] - The annual CSU-Pueblo Pueblo Youth Basketball Shootout, sponsored by Sonic, will take place Feb. 7 and 10 at Massari Arena.
Kearsley claims defensive player of the week honors
[1/23/12] - CSU-Pueblo post Laurel Kearsley was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week Monday.
Gritty Pack squeezes past Lopers
[1/21/12] - Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team provided enough toughness to squeeze past Nebraska-Kearney 52-38 Saturday night
Pack squeeze out tough victory against Eagles
[1/20/12] - Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s basketball team never trailed against Chadron State Friday night but the Eagles did enough to frustrate the Pack as they squeezed out a 61-49 victory
Multiple promotions on tap for weekend basketball games
[1/18/12] - The ThunderWolves' weekend basketball games with Chadron State and Nebraska-Kearney will feature numerous promotions, including free cake and ice cream during Wolfie's birthday celebration, faculty/staff appreciation and free 'ThunderZone' T-shirts as the Pack's student section debuts.
Pack back to winning ways with victory over Rangers
[1/14/12] - After suffering their first home loss of the season Friday night the CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball team was eager to get back to their winning ways defeating Regis 58-45.
Defensive struggle falls out of Pack's favor
[1/13/12] - If defense wins championships, then Metro State should be well on their way as the seventh-ranked Roadrunners defeated CSU-Pueblo 55-49.
Area youth basketball teams, ‘Everyday Heroes’ invited for weekend games
[1/10/12] - CSU-Pueblo basketball teams are asking for the help of the fans this weekend as they prepare to take on Metro State, which boasts top-ten ranked men’s and women’s teams, on Friday, and longtime conference foe, Regis, on Saturday. Tip-off for the women’s game is at 5:30 p.m. with the men to follow at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 4:30 p.m.
ThunderWolves end hex vs. Western State with overtime win
[1/7/12] - CSU-Pueblo overcame a near breakdown at the end of regulation to dominate in overtime, knocking off Western State 86-76 and claiming its first win in Gunnison since 2005.
Pack defense again delivers win
[1/6/12] - CSU-Pueblo relied on its tenacious defense to hold a strong Colorado Mesa offense in check Friday, holding the Mavericks to 51 points in claiming a 55-51 victory.
Pack shakes off holiday rust, defeats Mountain Lions
[12/31/11] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team was able to shake off the holiday rust to defeat rival UC-Colorado Springs 65-56 Saturday.
ThunderWolves to host 'Fan Appreciation' basketball game on New Year's Eve
[12/27/11] - CSU-Pueblo will show its appreciation for its fans with complimentary general admission during its Saturday afternoon matinee with heated rival, UC-Colorado Springs. Tip-offs are at 1 and 3 p.m.
Ramm's career-high helps the Pack fight past Highlands
[12/17/11] - The CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball was back to their usual ways Saturday using strong defensive pressure to defeat New Mexico Highlands 67-54.
Pack enjoys solid homecoming after six game road trip
[12/16/11] - After enduring a six game road games, spanning over three weeks, the CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball team returned home to the friendly confines of Massari Arena to face the Western New Mexico Mustangs. It must have felt nice to be home as the Pack dominated the Mustangs 97-42.
ThunderWolves, United Way to hold weekend toy drive
[12/13/11] - CSU-Pueblo Athletics, in conjunction with the Pueblo County United Way, will hold a toy drive to benefit Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program this weekend during the Pack's home basketball games Friday and Saturday.
Pack defense leads way to win over Mines
[12/10/11] - Led by another strong defensive effort, CSU-Pueblo held Mines to 28 percent shooting in claiming a 73-59 road win Saturday.
Pack holds off a fiesty Colorado Christian squad
[12/9/11] - CSU-Pueblo escaped a comeback attempt by Colorado Christian Friday, using a late three-pointer by Kendall Babler to hold on for a 59-52 win.
CSU-Pueblo Athletics Announces Promotions for Home Basketball Games
[12/8/11] - A variety of promotions are in place for the upcoming home basketball season!
ThunderWolves continue to be vexed by Fort Lewis
[12/3/11] - CSU-Pueblo suffered its fifth straight road loss to Fort Lewis Saturday, unable to climb back from an early deficit in a 71-61 loss.
ThunderWolves claim vengeance against Adams State
[12/2/11] - The last time the ThunderWolves stepped into Adams State's Plachy Hall, it was greeted with an embarassing 50-plus point loss. Friday, the Pack stuck it to Adams State in their return trip, claiming a decisive 10-point win.
Pack defense leads the way to victory
[11/25/11] - CSU-Pueblo's defense came to play Friday in the finale of the CSU-Monterey Bay Classic Friday, holding a physical Simon Fraser squad to a grand total of four points in the game's final 10 minutes en route to a 55-50 win.
Slow start hampers Pack against CSU-Monterey Bay
[11/23/11] - The ThunderWolves got off to a slow start against a highly-regarded Cal State-Monterey Bay squad Wednesday, losing by a slim 70-67 margin after a last-ditch comeback attempt.
Babler garners Player of the Week honors
[11/21/11] - CSU-Pueblo senior point guard Kendall Babler earned the RMAC's Offensive Player of the Week honor, marking the second time she has received the honor.
Pack defeats Aggies to take Al Kaly Classic
[11/19/11] - CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball had their hands full Saturday night, defeating an amped-up Cameron University team 71-63.
Pack starts hot, routs Zias in opener
[11/18/11] - Looking to open the season with a bang the CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball team did just that in their home opener against Eastern New Mexico. The Pack got off to a quick start going on a 22-4 run en route to a 66-42 win over the Zia’s.
Make your reservation for the 2011 CSU-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Fame Induction
[11/10/11] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Fame has selected seven individuals, one outstanding team and the “Friends of Football” booster group for induction into the Hall as the Class of 2011. Be present for the induction on November 11, 2011.
ThunderWolves fall in final exhibition
[11/5/11] - CSU-Pueblo fell to a very highly-touted Wyoming team Saturday in the ThunderWolves' final exhibition of the season by a 62-49 score.
Pack picked to finish fifth this season
[11/1/11] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team was picked to finish 5th in the RMAC this season, according to the RMAC Coaches' Poll released Tuesday.
ThunderWolves open exhibition schedule with Wyoming
[10/28/11] - CSU-Pueblo opened its exhibition schedule on the road Friday against Division I Wyoming, reporting back with a 67-46 loss.
Eight new assistants added to staffs over summer months
[8/29/11] - Eight new assistant coaches were added by various CSU-Pueblo coaching staffs over the summer, including three alumni of the Pack athletic program.
Over 90 student-athletes named to Dean's List
[6/7/11] - A total of 92 CSU-Pueblo student-athletes have been named to the Spring 2011 Dean's List, the University announced Tuesday.
CSU-Pueblo Athletes recognized for annual honors
[4/27/11] - Six end-of-the-year awards were given to five different student-athletes Monday for outstanding performance on the field and in the classroom.
Pack adds two-time All-American post
[4/26/11] - CSU-Pueblo's women's basketball squad added another post to its team for 2011-12, as two-time NJCAA All-American, Laurel Kearsley, signed with the Pack.
Three ThunderWolves net all-RMAC nods
[3/2/11] - Three ThunderWolves, guards Rachel Espinoza and Kendall Babler, and forward Amanda Bartlett, each earned recognition on the All-RMAC Women's Basketball squad, released Wednesday.
CCU defense sinks ThunderWolves' four-peat bid
[3/1/11] - The third time was not the charm for the ThunderWolves Tuesday night, as CSU-Pueblo lost an RMAC playoff game for the first time since 2007, falling to Colorado Christian 95-76 in the RMAC Quarterfinals.
Pack falls in wild one to Colorado Christian
[2/26/11] - CSU-Pueblo ended its regular season with a wild showdown with Colorado Christian Saturday, coming back from a 25-point deficit to battle for the win, losing 88-77.
Pack solidifies standing with win over Mines
[2/25/11] - CSU-Pueblo claimed its third straight win Friday after besting Colorado School of Mines 80-75 in Golden.
Loaf N' Jug Youth Shootout winners
[2/21/11] - Click here to see a list of winners of the 2011 Loaf N' Jug Youth Shootout.
Pack pounds glass in drubbing of Chadron State
[2/19/11] - CSU-Pueblo claimed its second straight win in dominant fashion Saturday, closing out its home schedule with an 86-49 win over Chadron State.
Inaugural 'Pink Zone' night is Saturday
[2/18/11] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo basketball teams and State Farm Insurance have teamed up in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer with the Inaugural “Pink Zone” Night scheduled to take place this Saturday, February 19 when the ThunderWolves host Chadron State College.
Pack secures playoff spot with sweep of Kearney
[2/18/11] - Behind nine three-pointers and a 23-point performance from Rachel Espinoza, CSU-Pueblo went on a late surge and disarmed a Loper rally, besting Nebraska-Kearney 65-57.
Pack battered by Adams State
[2/12/11] - CSU-Pueblo was thoroughly pummelled by archrival Adams State Saturday, suffering one of the worst losses in recent memory, falling 96-45 to the Grizzlies.
Fourth-ranked Skyhawks turn away Pack
[2/11/11] - CSU-Pueblo had trouble keeping up with one of the top teams in the country, let alone the RMAC Friday night, falling 87-73 to fourth-ranked Fort Lewis Friday.
ThunderWolves re-enter Regional Rankings
[2/10/11] - CSU-Pueblo is in the running once again for a spot in the NCAA Tournament, based on their standing in the latest NCAA Division II Women's Basketball regional rankings, released Wednesday.
Loaf N' Jug Youth Shootout now open for registration
[2/8/11] - Registrations are now being accepted for the 7th Annual Loaf N' Jug Youth Shootout, which will take place Feb. 16 starting at 7 p.m. at CSU-Pueblo's Massari Arena.
Pack gets vengeance, bests UCCS
[2/5/11] - CSU-Pueblo gained vengeance for a 21-point loss in January, dominating UC-Colorado Springs in a "Steel and Silver Series" showdown Saturday, winning 75-59.
Record crowd watches Pack corral Mustangs
[1/29/11] - In front of a school-record crowd of nearly 3,000 fans, CSU-Pueblo established absolute dominance over Western New Mexico Saturday, claiming a 67-43 win.
Meet SpongeBob SquarePants on Jan. 29 during Take a Kid to a Game night!
[1/28/11] - All kids 12 and under will be admitted free to the ThunderWolves' Jan. 29 basketball game with Western New Mexico, which will feature an appearance by SpongeBob SquarePants and a Kids' Fun Zone, including games, an autograph session, and more!
Pack flat against Highlands
[1/28/11] - Needed a big win to keep a three-game win streak alive, CSU-Pueblo fell on their faces Friday night, shooting cold and turning the ball over as New Mexico Highlands took a 60-52 win.
Regional rankings open with Pack at 10th spot
[1/27/11] - CSU-Pueblo is in the running once again for a spot in the NCAA Tournament, based on their standing in the first NCAA Division II Women's Basketball regional rankings, released Wednesday.
Babler named RMAC Offensive Player of the Week
[1/24/11] - CSU-Pueblo junior wing Kendall Babler has been named the RMAC Offensive Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Monday.
Clutch shooting helps Pack outlast Lopers
[1/22/11] - With time running out on the shot clock, CSU-Pueblo guard Erica Hicks hit a huge 3-pointer to break the 68-68 tie, as the ThunderWolves outlasted the Lopers 71-68 Friday night on the road.
Female athletes invited to NGWS Day Jan. 28
[1/21/11] - CSU-Pueblo and the Pueblo Boys and Girls Club will host a National Girls and Women in Sports Day on Friday, Jan. 28 at the CSU-Pueblo Rec Center and the women's basketball game later that night.
Pack shrugs off 'leaky' start, grabs win over Chadron
[1/21/11] - Despite a 75-minute delay and an atrocious start to the game, CSU-Pueblo overcame it all to put up a largely dominant performance, besting Chadron State 64-49.
Forrester named to RMAC Academic Honor Roll
[1/18/11] - CSU-Pueblo redshirt freshman Caiti Forrester has been named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll, the RMAC announced Tuesday.
Pack breaks nearly 20-year-long losing streak with win at Regis
[1/15/11] - CSU-Pueblo claimed its first road win vs. Regis since 1991, riding the back of a 28-point night by Rachel Espinoza en route to an 84-71 win.
Second half woes undo ThunderWolves
[1/14/11] - A great first half against an undefeated and ranked opponent unraveled in the second half Friday as the Pack saw a two-point halftime deficit turn into a 74-47 loss.
Pack overwhelms Western State in win
[1/8/11] - Led by a strong inside out game Saturday, CSU-Pueblo was dominant in a showdown with Western State, claiming a 72-48 win.
Pack can't keep up with well-rounded Mavericks
[1/7/11] - CSU-Pueblo couldn't contend with good post play and very strong three-point shooting put up by Mesa State Friday, trailing for most of the game and losing 82-70.
Pack comes out flat, loses to UCCS
[1/3/11] - The ThunderWolves were flat and unfocused in its first post-holiday action Monday, losing big to UCCS 77-56.
Second annual basketball 'Scout Night' is Jan. 7
[12/30/10] - The CSU-Pueblo basketball programs will celebrate its second annual 'Scout Night' on Friday, Jan. 7 when the ThunderWolves take on Regis at Massari Arena.
Another night, another last-second win for Pack
[12/18/10] - The ThunderWolves made New Mexico Highlands pay dearly for failing to put the final straw on the ThunderWolves down the stretch, closing with a 7-2 flurry in the final half-minute to pull out a 61-60 win in its third one-point game of the young season.
Pack overcomes slow start to put away Mustangs
[12/17/10] - Led by a strong night shooting the ball, CSU-Pueblo overcame an 11-point disadvantage in the first half to roar back and claim a 72-60 win over winless Western New Mexico Friday.
Drown claims school win record as Pack downs Panhandle
[12/13/10] - CSU-Pueblo head women's basketball coach, Kip Drown, helmed the ThunderWolves to a 75-53 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State Monday night, giving him his 107th win at CSU-Pueblo, making him the winningest coach in program history.
Tenacity in crunch time lifts Pack over Mines
[12/11/10] - After making mistakes early, big shots, big steals, and an effective backcourt helped lift CSU-Pueblo past Colorado Mines 67-60 Saturday.
Fan Appreciation Night is Saturday, Dec. 11
[12/11/10] - CSU-Pueblo wants every fan to know how much it appreciates the support that you give the ThunderWolf student-athletes and will honor fans with free admission to the Dec. 11 men’s and women’s basketball contests against Colorado School of Mines.
Uncharacteristic ball-handling sinks ThunderWolves
[12/10/10] - After an unusual night handling the ball Friday, CSU-Pueblo's 24 turnovers helped a close game to break for Colorado Christian, losing 62-61.
Second-half woes bury ThunderWolves
[12/4/10] - After entertaining ideas of an upset of the nation's third-ranked team, Fort Lewis, CSU-Pueblo was purely victimized in the second half as they fell 82-53 to the Skyhawks.
Pack, Espinoza pull out thriller over Adams State
[12/3/10] - Led by a standout performance down the stretch by Rachel Espinoza, CSU-Pueblo went on a 12-1 run in the final 3:36 to end the game clip and Adams State 60-59.
ThunderWolves to host "Red Out" Fri., "Heroes Night" Sat.
[12/2/10] - The first 200 fans will receive a free "Red Out" T-shirt during the Pack's basketball game against Adams State Friday night, and any retired and active military, law enforcement, educators, nurses, EMTs and paramedics will be admitted for $1 Saturday.
2010 Chuck Stephens Classic Central
[11/27/10] - Follow the 2010 Chuck Stephens Classic via live stats, live audio and video for all four games. Also, kids 12 and under will be admitted free this weekend! Click here for more info.
Second-half collapse dooms ThunderWolves
[11/27/10] - CSU-Pueblo was held to just 21 second half points and victimized by a 23-4 run as the Pack squandered a 10-point lead to lose 68-56 to Drury Saturday.
Strong defense keys Pack win in home opener
[11/26/10] - Led by a tenacious game on the glass and a strong showing by the Pack back court, CSU-Pueblo came away with a win against a scrappy Dubuque team, winning 70-60 at the Chuck Stephens Classic.
T-Wolves garner more votes in national poll
[11/24/10] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team rose in visibility in the WBCA Division II national poll, receiving 13 votes in the latest poll.
Hicks, Bartlett lead Pack in season opener
[11/20/10] - CSU-Pueblo hit the ground running Saturday in its season-opening tilt with Oklahoma Panhandle State, claiming a 65-48 win over the Aggies.
Pack inks two in early signing period
[11/16/10] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team has added two highly-touted signees during its early signing period: three-time Colorado state champion, Katie Nehf, and Oregon high school product, Emily Dungey.
Basketball season tickets on sale, discounts for football season ticket holders
[11/15/10] - CSU-Pueblo basketball season tickets for the 2010-11 men’s and women’s basketball season are now on sale for just $90. A special offer is also available for football season ticket holders, who can purchase tickets for just $70 – a $20 savings – off the regular price.
Pack begins season with highest poll presence ever
[11/3/10] - After a season that saw them earn their first ever win in national tournament play, CSU-Pueblo received 10 votes in the WBCA Preseason Top 25 poll Wednesday.
Defending RMAC champs predicted to fall off in 2010-11
[11/1/10] - Despite winning its third straight RMAC Championship last season, CSU-Pueblo's women's basketball team wasn't picked to finish highly this season, coming in at fourth, according to the RMAC Preseason Coaches' Poll, released Monday.
Class of 2010 rounded out with addition of Fox
[5/17/10] - CSU-Pueblo concluded its 2010 signees with the addition of 6-foot-1 California high school standout, Taylor Fox, to the ThunderWolves' 2010-11 roster.
Pack adds Castillo, Evans for 2010
[4/15/10] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo womens basketball program has added two more signees to its 2010 signing class, expanding its signing class to four new student-athletes with the addition of Kiowa's Taylor Castillo and Monarch's Alex Evans, head coach Kip Drown announced Thursday.
CSU-Pueblo ends season in national rankings
[3/30/10] - CSU-Pueblo ended the 2009-10 season with its highest national poll standing to date, receiving seven votes in the national poll, in essence ranking the Pack 34th in the nation.
ThunderWolves secure two recruits for 2010
[3/30/10] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo womens basketball team, fresh off its first national tournament win in program history, will add even more strength to its roster in 2010-11 with the addition of two of the State of Arizonas top high school players, Paige Ramm and Katie Tomlinson.
Pack's Cinderalla story runs out of pages
[3/13/10] - Seeking their fifth straight elimination game, CSU-Pueblo simply ran out of gas Saturday night, falling to a spot-on Concordia, St. Paul team 83-56 in the Central Region Semifinals.
Pack smashes the glass ceiling, gets regional win
[3/12/10] - Led by an unbelievable 22-0 run, CSU-Pueblo scored a major upset Friday, besting second-seeded and 22nd-ranked Wayne State 59-48 in the Central Regional Quarterfinal in Durango, earning the prog
Espinoza earns Daktronics all-region honors
[3/10/10] - CSU-Pueblo junior point guard Rachel Espinoza was voted a first-team selection in the Daktronics Women's Basketball Division II All-Central Region team, released Wednesday.
How can you follow the Pack at nationals?
[3/8/10] - Click here for information regarding the ThunderWolves' trip to the Central Regional Tournament, including ticket information, hotel information, and how to follow the Pack's run from home.
ThunderWolves get No. 7 seed in Central Regional
[3/7/10] - Newly-crowned RMAC Shootout champions, CSU-Pueblo, received a No. 7 seed in the Central Region Tournament, the NCAA announced Sunday, pitting the ThunderWolves against Wayne State (Neb.).
Pack secures three-peat in RMAC title game
[3/6/10] - CSU-Pueblo bested its designated foe in Fort Lewis in the RMAC Shootout championship game Saturday night, eeking out a 61-60 win and earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Division II National Tournament.
Here we go again -- Pack going to title game
[3/5/10] - In the RMAC Shootout, all CSU-Pueblo does is win. Colorado Christian found that out firsthand Friday night, victimized by a late ThunderWolf surge in a 66-63 game.
Free student tickets, shuttle and more available for Shootout
[3/3/10] - With the CSU-Pueblo men's and women's basketball teams playing in the RMAC Shootout in the ThunderWolves' own backyard at the Colorado State Fair Events Center, free tickets, activities and transportation will be made available to students.
Espinoza is first-team all-RMAC, Selsor gets frosh honors
[3/3/10] - Pack junior point guard Rachel Espinoza earned first-team all-RMAC honors, as well as first-team all-RMAC West Division honors, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Espinoza-less ThunderWolves claim gutsy playoff win
[3/2/10] - Facing an entire game without its top scorer, Rachel Espinoza, CSU-Pueblo came of age Tuesday night, putting together a gem of a game in knocking off Adams State 70-61 on the road, earning a trip to the RMAC Shootout for the fifth consecutive year.
Pack hoops teams to open RMAC Shootout on the road
[3/1/10] - The CSU-Pueblo mens and womens basketball squads will each open the first round of the RMAC Shootout on the road Tuesday night, as the Pack women will face Adams State in Alamosa and the Pack men will travel to Grand Junction to face Mesa State.
Pack squanders home playoff game with lackluster loss
[2/27/10] - Needing a win to clinch the right to host a home game in the opening round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament Tuesday, CSU-Pueblo was flat Saturday, falling by double-digits to Western State, 72-56.
Pack moves to within a win of likely home playoff game
[2/26/10] - CSU-Pueblo stepped up in resounding fashion Friday night, downing Mesa State 81-60 and moving very close to hosting a home playoff game to open the RMAC Shootout.
Espinoza's dramatic steal keys Pack win
[2/20/10] - A heads-up steal by Rachel Espinoza in the waning seconds of the Pack's showdown at Western New Mexico delivered a win from the clutches of defeat for the ThunderWolves.
Pack lays egg against Highlands
[2/16/10] - The ThunderWolves' game was ice cold Tuesday night, just shooting 29 percent from the field in suffering an upset loss to New Mexico Highlands on the road.
Win slips away against sixth-ranked Fort Lewis
[2/13/10] - CSU-Pueblo was the victim of a late surge by a Fort Lewis team that proved why it is the sixth-ranked team in the nation, falling 64-59 to the Skyhawks in the Pack's home finale.
Pack gets monumental win over Adams State
[2/12/10] - In what may have been the most important regular season game in school history, CSU-Pueblo was dominant over Adams State in a game it needed to win, claiming a 66-49 win.
ABC Bank Play of the Week
[2/9/10] - In a new feature on GoThunderWolves.com, view the ThunderWolves' Play of the Week. This week, Rachel Espinoza goes over 1,000 career points.
'Take a Kid to the Game' day is Feb. 12
[2/8/10] - Celebrate Youth Basketball Weekend this weekend at Massari Arena when Denver Nuggets' mascot, Rocky, visits CSU-Pueblo on Friday, Feb. 12. All weekend, kids 12 and under are admitted free to ThunderWolves' basketball games.
Espinoza scores 1,000th in overtime win
[2/4/10] - The ThunderWolves saw a night designed to celebrate the individual accomplishment of Rachel Espinoza's 1,000th career point nearly blow up in their faces as an overtime surge was needed to best pesky Western New Mexico.
Pack overcomes slow start to defeat Highlands
[2/2/10] - The Thunderwolves overcame a sluggish start to win 75-57 Tuesday night against the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Tuesday night.
Pack has lax night on the boards, loses to Adams
[1/30/10] - The ThunderWolves squandered a golden opportunity to make a statement in the RMAC standings Saturday with a win against Adams State, but a poor night on the glass led to a 78-61 to the Grizzlies.
Espinoza's 22 can't save Pack against #8 Fort Lewis
[1/29/10] - The ThunderWolves gave No. 8 Fort Lewis a run, but not even a 22-point night by Rachel Espinoza could save the Pack, who fell 82-68 in a game that was much closer the score indicates.
CSU-Pueblo to be featured on this month's RMAC Showcase
[1/26/10] - CSU-Pueblo was the site of this month's RMAC Showcase, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's monthly news show, which airs on the Altitude Sports and Entertainment network. The episode includes interviews with numerous CSU-Pueblo coaches and athletes. Click here for scheduled show times.
Sixth Annual Loaf N' Jug Youth Shootout is Feb. 9
[1/26/10] - Registrations are now being accepted for the Sixth Annual Loaf N' Jug Youth Shootout, which will take place Feb. 9 at CSU-Pueblo's Massari Arena
Espinoza claims fourth RMAC Player of the Week honor
[1/25/10] - The hardware keeps accumulating for CSU-Pueblo point guard, Rachel Espinoza, who was named the RMAC West Division Player of the Week for a record fourth time following the Pack's two wins this past weekend.
Espinoza carries Pack to win over Mesa State
[1/23/10] - Fueled by a 23-point performance by point guard Rachel Espinoza, CSU-Pueblo earned its fifth straight win with a 65-56 victory over Mesa State Saturday.
ThunderWolves use second half run to upend Western
[1/22/10] - CSU-Pueblo used a 12-0 second half run to put away a scrappy Western State team Friday, claiming a 58-45 win over the Mountaineers.
Five score in double-digits as Pack beats Metro St.
[1/16/10] - CSU-Pueblo survived a physical battle with Metro State Saturday, winning the rebounding battle and relying on 62 percent shooting from the floor in the second half to upend the Roadrunners 68-51.
Scout, Heroes Night observed this weekend
[1/15/10] - CSU-Pueblo men's and women's basketball teams will honor local boy and girl scouts at Friday's basketball games against Regis, and 'Everyday Heroes' at Saturday's nights basketball games vs. Metro State. Click here for more info.
Pack get first win over Regis since 2003
[1/15/10] - After a close win last Saturday, the Pack cruised to a win Friday night at Massari Arena against the visiting Regis University Lady Rangers 73-45.
Pack fends off comeback to claim win
[1/9/10] - CSU-Pueblo was able to shrug off a late comeback bid by Colorado Christian Saturday, using two last second free throws by Rachel Espinoza to pull out the game.
Pack shoots cold, falls to Mines
[1/8/10] - A battle of two teams unbeaten in RMAC play broke for Colorado School of Mines Friday as the Orediggers netted a 70-61 win over the Pack.
Espinoza claims third RMAC Player of the Week honor this season
[1/4/10] - For already the third time this season, Pack point guard Rachel Espinoza has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference West Division Player of the Week.
Pack falls to committed Abilene Christian squad
[1/3/10] - CSU-Pueblo ran into an Abilene Christian team on a mission Sunday as the Wildcats shot 60 percent from the field and played near-perfect basketball as the ThunderWolves fell 72-60 in the final game of the 2009-10 Chuck Stephens Classic.
CSU-Pueblo announces 'buck nights'
[1/2/10] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo athletics department is pleased to announce January 2 and 3, 2010 as the annual Buck Nights with the ThunderWolves. Buck Night means that all fans attending the games pay $1 for a general admission game ticket. Also, this year, Buck Night is also honored at the Massari Arena concession stand. Several food and drink items will only be $1 each.
ThunderWolves' late run cements win over Central State
[1/2/10] - CSU-Pueblo used a late surge to upend the visiting Central State Marauders 63-49 at the Pack's opener at the 11th annual Chuck Stephens Classic, hosted at CSU-Pueblo's Massari Arena.
ThunderWolves run into tough Western Washington squad
[12/17/09] - CSU-Pueblo couldn't keep up Western Washington's bigs Thursday as the Pack got out-rebounded 38-23 as they lost 89-70 to the 5-1 Vikings.
Strong first half, aggressive D keys Pack win
[12/16/09] - The Pack used an 18-point halftime lead and 25 Central Washington turnovers to cruise to a 72-60 win over the Wildcats at the Great Western Shootout in Las Vegas, Nev. Wednesday.
Pack busts three-pointer record in drubbing of UCCS
[12/12/09] - CSU-Pueblo broke a school record for three-pointers, sinking 15 treys in claiming a "Steel and Silver Series" win over UC-Colorado Springs, 85-54.
Fan Appreciation: Dec. 12 basketball vs. UCCS is free!
[12/10/09] - The CSU-Pueblo Department of Athletics is sponsoring a Fan Appreciation Night on Saturday, Dec. 12 when CSU-Pueblo takes on rival UC-Colorado Springs in a "Steel and Silver Series" match up at Massari Arena. Admission is free to this game.
Espinoza named RMAC Player of the Week for second time
[12/7/09] - CSU-Pueblo junior point guard, Rachel Espinoza, has been named the RMAC West Division Player of the Week for the second time this season following the Pack's two wins in Nebraska this past weekend.
Pack women claim first ever win at Kearney
[12/5/09] - CSU-Pueblo started its conference season off 2-0 Saturday when it downed Nebraska-Kearney 76-62 in Kearney, securing the program's first ever win at UNK.
Pack overcomes poor shooting to claim 11-point win
[12/4/09] - CSU-Pueblo, despite shooting just 29 percent from the field, forced enough errors to stay comfortably ahead of Chadron State all night long, defeating the Eagles 59-48.
ThunderWolves stunned by winless Eastern New Mexico
[11/28/09] - CSU-Pueblo nearly turned an epic comeback Saturday vs. winless Eastern New Mexico at the Metro State Thanksgiving Classic, but unfortunately came up short as the ThunderWolves were stunned in a 74-70 loss.
ThunderWolves' bench carries team to victory
[11/27/09] - In the face of foul trouble by two CSU-Pueblo starters, the Pack bench teed off on undefeated Northwest Missouri State Friday at the Metro State Thanksgiving Classic, getting 34 points off the bench in a 82-69 win.
Espinoza named RMAC West Division Player of the Week
[11/23/09] - CSU-Pueblo junior point guard, Rachel Espinoza, has been named the RMAC West Division Women's Basketball Player of the Week after earning all-tournament honors at the Al Kaly Classic last weekend.
ThunderWolves fall short in overtime thriller
[11/21/09] - The ThunderWolves narrowly missed out on an upset win of 10th-ranked West Texas A&M Saturday, falling 74-70 in overtime in a game that was decided by the smallest of margins.
Al Kaly Classic is Friday and Saturday at CSU-Pueblo
[11/20/09] - The 25th annual Al Kaly Classic will be taking place all day Friday and Saturday at Massari Arena on the CSU-Pueblo campus. To visit the Al Kaly Classic Website, with stats, schedules, live stats and more, click here.
ThunderWolf thieves key win over U. of the Southwest
[11/20/09] - The CSU-Pueblo defense registered 17 steals and forced 26 turnovers by the University of the Southwest Friday en route to claiming a 71-52 season-opening win at the Al Kaly Shrine Classic, being held at CSU-Pueblos Massari Arena.
Time changes announced for 2009 Al Kaly Classic
[11/16/09] - The 2009 Al Kaly Classic, the annual tip-off tournament for CSU-Pueblo mens and womens basketball, will feature three games per day this season as opposed to the traditional four-game slate that existed in years past.
Pack hangs with Division-I Wyoming in exhibition
[11/6/09] - In a game that was much closer than the score indicated, CSU-Pueblo had a successful night in its final exhibition match of the season Friday, falling 76-53 to Wyoming.
Pack sluggish on glass in exhibition opener
[10/29/09] - A quick start by CSU-Pueblo vs. Colorado State in the season's exhibition opener Thursday quickly melted away as the Pack lost 81-59.
Pack picked to challenge for RMAC West title in '10
[10/28/09] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team, seeking its fourth RMAC Championship in five seasons in 2010, was selected to finish third in the RMAC and second in the RMAC West Division, according to the RMAC Women's Basketball Coaches' poll released Wednesday.
Rehfeld, Espinoza named CSU-P athletes of the year
[4/23/09] - CSU-Pueblo senior Mary Rehfeld has been named the Jessie Banks Female Athlete of the Year, while Rachel Espinoza has been named the co-CSU-Pueblo Female Athlete of the Year, the athletics department announced Thursday.
Football, basketball season tickets now available
[4/19/09] - Season tickets are now available for the 2009 football season, as well as combo tickets for the basketball and football seasons. The cost of the football season ticket is $65 and the combo ticket is $130. Click here to order online.
Pack's dream falls short vs. Winona State
[3/13/09] - The ThunderWolves bowed out of the NCAA Division II national playoffs for the third time in four seasons Friday with a first round loss to third-seeded Winona State, 78-55.
Dancing in Mankato: The Pack at nationals
[3/12/09] - Follow your ThunderWolves as they strive for a national championship at this season's NCAA Division II Central Regional Tournament in Mankato, Minn. Get a behind the scenes look at the Pack's trip and see what it takes to play against the top teams in the nation.
Pack returns to WBCA Poll's radar
[3/10/09] - The ThunderWolf women "received votes" in the latest Women's Basketball Coaches' Association (WBCA)/USA Today/ESPN Division II Top 25 poll, receiving three votes following its third RMAC championship in four seasons.
Follow the Pack at nationals with live video, audio
[3/10/09] - Can't make it to Mankato, Minn. to cheer on your ThunderWolves? No problem! Follow the games like you were there with free streaming audio via AM-590 KCSJ out of Pueblo, or watch free streaming video, courtesy of the NCAA. Live stats will also be available.
CSU-Pueblo draws sixth-seed in Central Regionals
[3/9/09] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team, fresh off its third Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title in four seasons, received a six-seed in the eight-team NCAA Division II Central Region tournament, which will take place in Mankato, Minn. March 13-16.
Deja Vu - Pack takes third RMAC title in four seasons
[3/7/09] - CSU-Pueblo earned its third RMAC title in the past four seasons, outlasting Colorado School of Mines 62-42 in the RMAC Championship, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Division II National Tournament.
Pack stuns Fort Lewis - again - in RMAC Shootout
[3/6/09] - CSU-Pueblo claimed its fourth playoff win over Fort Lewis in as many seasons, handing the Skyhawks its largest loss of its 26-3 campaign, earning the 83-65 win, sending the Pack to the RMAC Championship game.
Espinoza earns all-RMAC selection
[3/4/09] - CSU-Pueblo sophomore point guard, Rachel Espinoza, was named first team all-RMAC West Division, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced Wednesday.
Last second heroics sends Pack to RMAC Final Four
[3/3/09] - Three huge plays at the close of CSU-Pueblo's RMAC quarterfinal game vs. Metro State Tuesday secured a tight 57-54 win for the ThunderWolves.
Free tickets available for first 300 CSUP students
[3/2/09] - Free tickets to Tuesday night's RMAC quarterfinal women's basketball game between CSU-Pueblo and Metro State will be available to the first 300 CSU-Pueblo students who request them, CSU-Pueblo Athletics announced Monday. Free "Wolf Pack" T-shirts will also be made available to the first 70 students to request free tickets, part of Tuesday's "Red Out" in support of the ThunderWolves.
Record setting crowd watches Pack win
[2/28/09] - An all-time best crowd of 3,119 on "Senior Night" watched the ThunderWolves clinch a home playoff game with a 79-58 win over Mesa State at Massari Arena Saturday.
Pack women featured in video by CSU-Pueblo Today
[2/27/09] - The ThunderWolf women are looking for a home playoff game and a chance to win their second consecutive RMAC Championship. CSU-Pueblo Today explores their chances in this seven-minute story.
Strong defensive effort fuels ThunderWolves win
[2/27/09] - CSU-Pueblo exacted revenge for an earlier loss to Western State Friday, putting up one of its best defensive performances of the year as the ThunderWolves posted a 57-49 win over the Mountaineers.
'Take a Kid to the Game' on Feb. 28
[2/20/09] - Come out to the Colorado State University-Pueblo mens and womens basketball game February 28, 2009, against the Mesa State Mavericks where all area youth are invited to attend the upcoming scheduled Take A Kid to the Game day.
ThunderWolves re-enter regional rankings
[2/19/09] - After getting shut out of the NCAA Division II Central Region women's basketball rankings in 2008-09, despite consistently boasting one of the top win totals in the RMAC, the Pack were recognized in the latest regional rankings released by the NCAA Wednesday.
Pack dies, then lives with the three vs. WNMU
[2/19/09] - The ThunderWolves relied on a 27-4 second half run to undo a cold first half shooting the three ball, earning a 69-50 win over Western New Mexico Thursday.
Pack survives scare from Highlands
[2/17/09] - There's always something risky about playing a winless team with nothing to lose, and CSU-Pueblo nearly found that out first hand, surviving a few threats by New Mexico Highlands in winning 73-67 Tuesday.
Ambuul, Espinoza dominant in win over Adams
[2/14/09] - Following Friday's disheartening loss at No. 2 Fort Lewis, the Pack needed a big night against Adams State Saturday to help right the ship. Thanks to Michelle Ambuul and Rachel Espinoza, the ThunderWolves got just that.
Second-ranked Fort Lewis dominates Pack
[2/13/09] - The ThunderWolves faced a tall order Friday, facing the second-ranked Fort Lewis Skyhawks in Durango. But the Skyhawks made that order even taller, playing like a team that should be ranked tops in the country, upending the ThunderWolves 89-55 Friday.
ThunderWolves continue rise with win over WNMU
[2/7/09] - A week ago, the ThunderWolves' seemed like they would be on the outside looking in the RMAC Playoff picture. But suddenly, after a 76-67 win over Western New Mexico Saturday night, the Pack's second straight win, CSU-Pueblo is on the fast track not only for a playoff spot, but perhaps hosting a first-round game in the RMAC playoffs.
CSU-Pueblo to honor Banks with Hall of Fame induction
[2/3/09] - Colorado State University Pueblo will recognize former womens basketball coach, Jessie Banks, a pioneer of womens athletics at CSU-Pueblo, during halftime of CSU-Pueblos womens basketball game vs. New Mexico Highlands University on Tues., Feb. 17. The game begins at 6 p.m.
Pack women find touch, knock off Highlands
[2/3/09] - Five ThunderWolves scored in double-figures as the Pack overcame early hiccups to record an 80-66 win over New Mexico Highlands Tuesday night.
Pack nearly keys win over No. 5 Fort Lewis
[1/31/09] - CSU-Pueblo has been one of the only teams in the conference to make a habit out of beating Fort Lewis, currently ranked fifth in the country, the past three seasons. Saturday, facing one of the highest-ranked teams a Pack team had ever faced in program history, CSU-Pueblo nearly added another "W" to their Fort Lewis docket.
Pack defense keys slim win over Grizzlies
[1/30/09] - Friday, CSU-Pueblo's defense kept them in a game they had no business being in. And at the end, defense is what won it for the ThunderWolves.
T-Wolves upended by young Western State team
[1/23/09] - Facing a Western State team that starts three freshmen, but has seemed to find lightning in a bottle in 2008-09, CSU-Pueblo became the latest victim of a team on the rise, losing 78-67 in Gunnison Friday.
ThunderWolves bounce back, defeat Mesa
[1/22/09] - The ThunderWolves survived a late surge by Mesa State Thursday night in Grand Junction, regrouping to come away with a 62-50 win over the Mavericks.
Regis continues to vex ThunderWolves
[1/17/09] - No matter the season, no matter how good or how bad either team seem to be, Regis always seems to get the best of CSU-Pueblo in women's basketball. Saturday, Regis, which hadn't lost to the ThunderWolves at Regis since 1991, continued their mastery of the Pack, winning 73-52.
Bartlett's big night keys Pack win over Metro
[1/16/09] - It was supposed to be an accepted truth that the ThunderWolves did not have an established post player. But Friday, behind sophomore Amanda Bartlett, who had a career night, dominating with inside-out play, the ThunderWolves established control early and earned the 63-54 win over Metro State.
Charities, Ambuul lift Pack over Mines
[1/10/09] - Over the course of a season, each successful team has a legitimate highlight moment. Saturday, Michelle Ambuul delivered that moment.
CCU overtakes ThunderWolves at Massari
[1/9/09] - The ThunderWolves were greeted by a determined Colorado Christian team Friday night, who claimed their first win over the ThunderWolves since 2000 with a 70-68 victory over the Pack.
Registration open for Loaf N' Jug Shootout
[1/6/09] - Loaf N Jug and the Colorado State University-Pueblo Department of Athletics are proud to announce the dates of the 5th annual Loaf N Jug Youth Shootout.
ThunderWolves fall to the Yellow Jackets
[1/3/09] - PUEBLO-Colo. (Jan. 3, 2009) The CSU- Pueblo womens basketball team fought hard against the Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets, but fell 62-48 at Massari Arena Saturday.
Jan. 3 is 'Buck Night' for CSU-Pueblo fans
[1/2/09] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo athletics department is pleased to announce January 3, 2009 as the annual Buck Night with the ThunderWolves. Buck Night means that all fans attending the games pay $1 for the general admission game ticket. Also, this year, Buck Night is also honored at the Massari Arena concession stand. Several food and drink items will only be $1 each.
UCCS stuns ThunderWolf women
[12/19/08] - The Mountain Lions stunned the ThunderWolves Friday, winning 77-67 and lifting UC-Colorado Springs to a nearly insurmountable lead in the Steel and Silver Series, the all-sports competition between the two universities.
Pack on verge of first ever national ranking
[12/16/08] - The ThunderWolves "received votes" in the latest USA Today/ESPN Division II/Women's Basketball Coaches Association Poll, the most recognition the team has received in the program's history.
Women extend streak, thrash Chadron
[12/13/08] - Michelle Ambuul (Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) scored 19 points for the second night in a row and Rachel Espinoza (So., Pueblo, Colo.) chipped in 17 points and seven assists to lead the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves past the Chadron State Eagles 83-66. With the win, the women are now 8-1 overall, 2-0 in the RMAC and have equalled the longest winning streak in school history.
ThunderWolves ease past Lopers
[12/12/08] - Michelle Ambuul recovered her scoring touch and rang up 19 points to help lead the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves past the University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 79-65 on Friday night, notching the teams sixth straight win and making the teams RMAC opener one to savor.
Follow the Chuck Stephens Classic here
[12/6/08] - Catch every moment of the Chuck Stephens Classic at the official Chuck Stephens Classic webpage, including live statistics, audio play-by-play, and live streaming video. Click here for more info.
ThunderWolves heat up, get past Texas-Permian
[12/6/08] - For a while there, it looked like the ThunderWolves would be lucky to score, let alone come away with a win. After going 3-for-20 to start the game, and shooting 6-for-31 overall in the first half, the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves found enough second half offense to power their way past the University of Texas-Permian Basin Falcons on Saturday night by a score of 59-49, elevating the Pack to 2-0 in the 2008 Chuck Stephens Classic.
ThunderWolves race past Mustangs
[12/5/08] - Amanda Bartlett (So., Kiowa, Colo.) opened and closed for the ThunderWolves on Friday night. She scored the Packs first seven points en route to 19 points overall, and splashed in a 3-pointer with 36 seconds remaining in the game to finish off a convincing 74-55 win over the University of the Southwest Mustangs. The win raised the ThunderWolves record to 5-1.
Ambuul selected as RMAC Player of the Week
[12/1/08] - Fresh off of her career-high 32-point performance Saturday vs. Quincy, CSU-Pueblo senior Michelle Ambuul has been selected the RMAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week, the RMAC announced Monday.
Pack earns statement win over Quincy
[11/29/08] - Since coming aboard four years ago, Kip Drown has been searching for a statement game for his program. Saturday, he watched first-hand as his Colorado State University-Pueblo women's basketball team had that statement game. It came in the fictitious championship game of the Metro State Thanksgiving Classic at Auraria Events Center when the ThunderWolves clipped Quincy (Ill.) University 81-79.
Jewell keys Pack's win over Lewis
[11/28/08] - Caitlyn Jewell had scored a dozen points in three games this season. Friday in the first round of the Metro State Thanksgiving Classic at the Auraria Events Center, the junior from Colorado State University-Pueblo poured in 18 points to lead the ThunderWolves to a 61-56 victory over Lewis (Ill.) University.
Pack inks four during early signing period
[11/26/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo womens basketball team now has another thing to be thankful for the end of their 2009 recruiting season, thanks to the signing of four recruits in the early signing period, fulfilling the programs goals for the year from a recruiting standpoint.
ThunderWolves squeak past Cameron Aggies
[11/22/08] - For a while, it looked like no one would make a basket, much less make a game of it. Both the ThunderWolves and Aggies came out cold, clanging shot after shot off the rim in a game marred by 54 turnovers and hard-to-believe shooting percentages. It was the Aggies who proved to be the most ineffective on offense, going 0-for-12 from the floor before making a shot 12 minutes and 57 seconds into the game. CSU-Pueblo eventually got the best of the Aggies by a score of 56-48, but it was a fortuitous result at best.
T-Wolves slip past Bearcats
[11/21/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo womens basketball team overcame a slow start and rough shooting performance to record a 66-58 victory over the Willamette (OR) University Bearcats on Friday night. Michelle Ambul (Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) led the Pack with 21 points and nine rebounds, and Kip Drowns team dug in all evening on defense to deny a pesky Willamette squad.
ThunderWolves find hot MSU-Billings team
[11/15/08] - CSU-Pueblo planned on starting the 2008-09 season with a bang in their opener at Montana State-Billings Saturday, but the ThunderWolves encountered an incredibly hot team in the homestanding YellowJackets, falling 91-81.
Al Kaly Classic to feature canned food drive
[11/14/08] - Fans who bring two canned food items will receive one dollar admission to Al Kaly Classic Nov. 21 & 22
Pack works out the kinks in exhibition with UNC
[11/7/08] - The ThunderWolves women's basketball team took a first step toward the defense of their RMAC title Friday with a encouraging, however losing effort against Division I Northern Colorado, dropping the game 70-53.
Pack women 'receive votes' in preseason national poll
[11/5/08] - The CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team "received votes" in the USA Today/ESPN/WBCA Division II Women's Basketball poll, one of just three RMAC schools listed on the preseason poll.
ThunderPup basketball clinic is Nov. 1
[10/24/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo athletics department scheduled the basketball ThunderPup clinic for Saturday, November 1, 2008. The clinic will be held from 1 3 p.m. at Massari Arena located on the CSU-Pueblo campus.
RMAC coaches pick Pack to finish third in conference
[9/25/08] - Fresh off the best season in school history, the CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team have cited 2008-09 as the season that they not only establish themselves as the elite team in the RMAC, but in their region, as well. The RMAC coaches, however, who voted in the RMAC's preseason women's basketball poll, released Thursday, told the ThunderWolves "not so fast."
Women's basketball team meets with Alaskan governor
[8/1/08] - Members of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champion women's basketball team, the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves, scored a meeting with Alaskan governor, Sarah Palin, on a trip to the Land of the Midnight Sun this week.
Pack womens hoops lands transfer from Texas State
[7/31/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo womens basketball team has signed Texas State University transfer, Shandryn Trumble (Green River HS, Green River, Wyo.), for the 2008-09 season, coach Kip Drown announced Thursday.
Pack womens hoops team signs three for 2008-09
[6/10/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo womens basketball team has added three signees as the ThunderWolves look to defend their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title in 2008-09. The Packs class consists of two Colorado prep athletes and a junior college transfer from California.
ThunderWolves fall 66-55 to South Dakota
[3/14/08] - There was no shortage of confidence on the ThunderWolves team all week long as they prepared for top-seed South Dakota in the NCAA Division II national tournament Friday. Unfortunately for the Pack, they didn't know how to react when that confidence plummeted.
Black voted Athlete of the Week for Mar. 13, 2008
[3/13/08] - Women's Basketball player Lindsay Black has been selected as the CSU-Pueblo Athlete of the Week, according to the visitors of GoThunderWolves.com.
Get an inside look at the ThunderWolves' tourney run
[3/13/08] - For the second time in school history, the ThunderWolves women's basketball team is in the big dance, getting ready to face the University of South Dakota Friday night in Vermillion, S.D. Can't stand that your beloved Pack is so far away? Get updates here at GoThunderWolves.com!
Pack to face top-seed South Dakota in DII tourney
[3/9/08] - The ThunderWolves have drawn the eighth and lowest seed in the North Central region, pitting them against the one-seed University of South Dakota, the regional host for the NCAA Division II national tournament, the NCAA announced Sunday night.
RMAC Championship to be carried on Altitude Network
[3/9/08] - Relive the ThunderWolves' RMAC championship as the Altitude Sports Network re-airs Saturday's championship game between the ThunderWolves and Nebraska-Kearney.
Black named RMAC Shootout MVP
[3/8/08] - Senior Lindsay Black was named the RMAC Shootout MVP Saturday, capping a 17-point, 9-rebound performance in the championship game against Kearney.
Pack takes down Kearney 70-54, wins RMAC title!
[3/8/08] - The ThunderWolves' revenge tour is complete. The Pack knocked off Nebraska-Kearney Saturday by a score of 70-54, securing the team's second RMAC Championship title in the past three seasons and giving them an automatic bid to the NCAA Division II Tournament, its second such berth in school history.
Pack claws way to RMAC title game
[3/7/08] - The third time continued to be the charm for the ThunderWolves as the Pack claimed a 70-68 overtime win over Fort Lewis in the RMAC Semifinal Friday.
Pack women overcome odds to reach semis
[3/4/08] - The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's basketball team overcame long odds to keep its season alive in the annual Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout postseason tournament.
Third time's a charm for Pack against Mesa State
[2/29/08] - The ThunderWolves marched into Grand Junction and got a win over Mesa State for the first time this season, upending the Mavericks 73-65 and advancing to the RMAC Semis in Pueblo next week.
Black recognized as RMAC Defensive Player of the Year
[2/27/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that CSU-Pueblo senior Lindsay Black has been recognized as the RMAC Defensive Player of the Year.
Pack women enter quarterfinals of RMAC Shootout
[2/26/08] - CSU-Pueblo travels to Grand Junction on Friday to take on Mesa State in eight-team postseason tournament.
Massari opening-night crowd best of season in RMAC
[2/23/08] - Friday, Massari Arena was rockin', and a lot of people came-a-knockin'.
Seniors go out in style with in over Mustangs
[2/23/08] - CSU-Pueblo coach Kip Drown showed Saturday that he is not only a good coach, but he's a master of showmanship.
CSU-Pueblo to celebrate return to Massari Arena in a big way
[2/22/08] - There's more than just basketball taking place on Feb. 22 and 23 at Massari Arena on the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus. A variety of events will take place during the weekend that will guarantee fun for the entire family, all while supporting ThunderWolves athletics.
ThunderWolves welcome back Massari in style
[2/22/08] - There is nothing like re-opening your home court with a 43 point victory. That is what the Thunderwolves did to break-in the newly renovated Massari Arena. CSU-Pueblo stomped the Cowgirls of New Mexico Highlands 91-48 on Friday night.
8th Ranked Fort Lewis too much for Thunderwolves
[2/16/08] - The 8th-ranked Fort Lewis Skyhawks were too much to handle for the Thunderwolves as they lost their second game in two nights with a final score of 71-55.
ThunderWolves suffer drubbing at hands of Mesa State
[2/15/08] - The ThunderWolves were unable to keep up with the Mavericks of Mesa State Friday, losing by 34 points, 96-62.
ThunderWolves stay several steps ahead of Western State
[2/9/08] - A late Western State charge was not enough to derail the ThunderWolves, who held control for most of the game and picked up a big 53-50 road win over the Mountaineers Saturday.
Pack reclaims their shooting, score sweep of Adams
[2/5/08] - The ThunderWolves' last two games, both losses, were typified by a cold shooting and a collective loss of concentration on fundamentals.
Pack's shooting woes continue in loss to Mesa
[2/2/08] - Just a week ago, it seemed unimaginable that ThunderWolves head coach, Kip Drown, would take the coaching approach of "throwing everything on the wall and seeing what sticks."
ThunderWolves lose hold against No. 11 Fort Lewis
[2/1/08] - The ThunderWolves thought they had the right mindset entering Friday's game with 11th-ranked Fort Lewis. The Pack had a good track record against the Skyhawks, having won the last five meetings, but the Skyhawks circled the wagons like a championship team as they downed the Pack 63-54.
Pack hoops squads up to the challenge of facing Fort Lewis
[1/31/08] - Lesser teams may shiver at the prospect of the 11th-ranked team in the country coming to town to make perhaps another conquest. The ThunderWolves women's basketball team, though, is viewing the visit of 18-1 conference foe Fort Lewis as a golden opportunity.
Childress, Staggs sweep RMAC Player of the Week honors for ThunderWolves
[1/28/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that ThunderWolves' basketball players, Chris Childress and Sarah Staggs, have been named the RMAC Western Division players of the week.
Pack sloughs off late charge by Western to claim sixth straight
[1/24/08] - All it took was a little patience. The ThunderWolves did what they've done a lot lately, weathered the storm in a calm manner before coiling and striking.
Six ThunderWolves named to RMAC Academic Honor Roll
[1/23/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that six CSU-Pueblo women's basketball players have been named to the RMAC Women's Basketball Academic Honor Roll.
ThunderWolves' "D" takes over, turns in win over Adams
[1/22/08] - It really was quite impressive that the ThunderWolves held the lead after the first half of their game with Adams State Tuesday.
ThunderWolves put up a c-spot against Highlands
[1/19/08] - ThunderWolves' head women's basketball coach, Kip Drown, made a point to coach up his players for Saturday's game against New Mexico Highlands, a team that had only earned its first win of the season Thursday. He was scared that his team might sleepwalk against the 1-12 Cowgirls.
Defensive flurry enables Pack win over Western New Mexico
[1/17/08] - For a few scant minutes, the Pack nearly became the first victim of the winless Western New Mexico Mustangs. But the thing that defines the ThunderWolves women's basketball team more than anything - defense - took over and allowed the Pack to run away, resulting in 77-55 victory Thursday night.
Hot first half leads Pack to win over Mines
[1/10/08] - Pack coach Kip Drown was trying something. After keeping a firm lineup for most of the season, the ThunderWolves' coach did some tinkering for Thursday's game against Mines, with Michelle Ambuul and Kaylon Miller getting into the starting lineup to shore up the perimiter game.
Black named RMAC Player of the Week
[1/7/08] - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced that Lindsay Black has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Western Division Player of the Week.
Women's Basketball Gameday Central: Sponsored by Geico
 - Follow the ThunderWolves women as they host Adams State to a packed house at Massari Arena. Get all the live stats, audio and video of the game, sponosred by Geico.
NCAA National Tournament Central
 - Follow the CSU-Pueblo women's basketball team as it plays in the NCAA Division II National Tournament for the fifth time in seven seasons, taking on #20 Augustana in a regional quarterfinal game tonight at 7 p.m.