CSU-Pueblo concludes regular season on the road

CSU-Pueblo concludes regular season on the road

Denver, Colo. (October 30, 2015) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer wrap up its regular season with conference matches on the road Friday at Regis followed by a Sunday matchup against MSU Denver.

CSU-Pueblo (7-7-2, 3-5-1 RMAC) dropped two games on the road at Colorado Mesa and Westminster. Friday against the Mavericks, the Pack fell 2-1. Amanda Jorgensen (Sr., F, Wailuku, Hawai'i) netted the lone Pack goal in the losing effort.

Sunday the Pack dropped a 3-0 decision at Westminster.

CSU-Pueblo still has slim hopes for clinching an RMAC Tournament berth, needing the ball to bounce in favor of the ThunderWolves to secure a spot.

The ThunderWolves are currently ninth in the standings with only three conference points separating the fifth through tenth place teams, with six teams qualifying for the tournament.

Against the Rangers, the ThunderWolves are 5-37-1 all time including 1-9-0 in the last ten meetings.

CSU-Pueblo has gone 6-30-2 versus MSU Denver all time including going winless in the last ten games.

How to Follow the Pack

Friday, October 30, 2015: CSU-Pueblo at Regis University Rangers  3:00 p.m. (Live stats)

Sunday, November 1, 2015: CSU-Pueblo at MSU Denver Roadrunners 12:00 p.m. (Live stats)

Twitter - @gothunderwolves 

Opponent Capsules

Regis University Rangers

Record: 10-3-3 (5-2-3 RMAC)

Statistical Leaders:

Points: 17 – Sid Otto      

Goals: 8 – Otto

Shots: 48 – Otto

Goalkeeper Saves: 56 – Kat Crump

       Last game played: September 25th – Won 3-1, at Adams State

MSU Denver Roadrunners

Record: 6-6-4 (3-2-4 RMAC)

Statistical leaders:

Points: 9 – Reigna Banks & Josalyn Martin

Goals: 4 – Banks & Martin   

Shots: 33 – Michaela Mansfield

Goalkeeper Saves: 51 – Banks

       Last game played: October 25th – Tied 1-1, at Fort Lewis

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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.