PUEBLO, Colo. (February 3, 2015) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo wrestling team closed its home and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference dual seasons Tuesday with a 25-12 win against New Mexico Highlands University at Massari Arena.
The dual served as Senior Day for four ThunderWolves, including Eric Hughes (Bolivar, Mo.), who recorded a first period fall at 2:12.
CSU-Pueblo finished the conference dual season 3-3 and with two duals remaining, owns an 8-7 record. The ThunderWolves went 3-2 at home and close the regular season at No. 12 University of Central Oklahoma Feb. 6 and at Oklahoma City University Feb. 7. The Pack will host the NCAA Division II West Super Regional Feb. 27-28 at Massari Arena.
Winning at 174 was sophomore Steven Ullman (Arvada, Colo.), as his 11-6 decision helped him finish the conference season 3-3.
Finally, sophomore Anthony Ball (Vista, Calif.) used a late first period takedown to gain momentum and win 4-0 at 197.
Also before the match, Urenda was honored with the Grant Family Integrity Award, given to the CSU-Pueblo wrestler that demonstrates integrity at all times, high character traits, leadership skills and owns a GPA above 3.0.
As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.