CSU-Pueblo Women's Soccer News Archives


  • Cassidy to coach in Olympic Development Program
    March 16, 2010
    CSU-Pueblo head women's soccer coach, Janet Cassidy, has attained a summer position where she will coach in the Alaska Olympic Development Program, helming the 95 Girls' Team.
  • T-Wolf soccer adds two signees for 2010
    March 12, 2010
    CSU-Pueblo head women's soccer coach, Janet Cassidy, is pleased to announce the addition of two new women's soccer student-athletes to the 2010 roster.
  • Soccer programs to stage intersquad, alumni games
    February 24, 2010
    The CSU-Pueblo men's and women's soccer programs will hold its "Red vs. Blue" intersquad scrimmage this Saturday and its Alumni Game next Saturday, soccer coaches Roy Stanley and Janet Cassidy announced.
  • 2010 Indoor Soccer Tournament Results
    February 02, 2010
    Over 49 teams competed in seven different age and gender brackets with 111 games played from Friday evening through Sunday late afternoon at the 2010 CSU-Pueblo Indoor Soccer Tournament, making it the largest tourney in its 15-year history. Click here for results.
  • 'Let there be light' at Rawlings Soccer Complex
    November 13, 2009
    The ThunderWolves men's and women's soccer programs will be able to play home games at night for the first time in program history in 2010 following the installation of lights at the Rawlings Soccer Complex.
  • Pack's Montgomery earns all-RMAC honors
    November 04, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo freshman forward, Brittani Montgomery, has been named a third-team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference selection, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
  • Pack goes down swinging at Fort Lewis
    November 01, 2009
    The ThunderWolves played tough with 12th-ranked Fort Lewis in the 2009 finale Sunday, dropping a 3-1 decision to the Skyhawks.
  • Pack falters at Mesa State
    October 30, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo surrendered two quick early goals with just three minutes of the game as they lost under the lights at Mesa State on Friday evening.
  • CSU-Pueblo holds off Christian
    October 25, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo Women's Soccer team braved through the cold temps on Sunday to defeat Colorado Christian 2-1 in the last home game for the Pack, as well as Senior Day.
  • Mines' Mitchell burns Pack
    October 23, 2009
    The ThunderWolves played the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers tough Friday, but failed to cover one player, Mines' all-American candidate, Kayla Mitchell, allowing four goals from her foot alone as the Pack fell 4-0.
  • T-Wolves rebound nicely with shutout of Mesa
    October 18, 2009
    The Pack halted a seven game winless streak Sunday with a stellar effort against Mesa State, shutting out the Mavericks 1-0 at Rawlings Field.
  • ThunderWolves suffer rare loss to Adams St.
    October 16, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo suffered a rare loss to Adams State Friday when the visiting Grizzlies knocked off the Pack 3-1 at the Rawlings Sports Complex.
  • Deffit headlines Pack's RMAC all-academic nods
    October 15, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo junior midfielder Sarah Deffit headlined the ThunderWolves' 2009 recepients to the RMAC all-academic team, the RMAC announced Thursday.
  • Lone mistake dooms ThunderWolves at UCCS
    October 14, 2009
    An errant turnover on the Pack's defensive end was enough to undo a chance at a win over UCCS Wednesday as CSU-Pueblo fell 1-0 in the season's lone meeting with the Mountain Lions.
  • Pack blanked by Regis
    October 09, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo was on the short end of a 3-0 shutout by Regis Friday, as an offensive battle broke for the Rangers.
  • CSU-Pueblo ties at Colorado Christian
    October 04, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo Women's soccer team battled the Colorado Christian Cougars to a 1-1 tie in Lakewood, Colo. on Sunday.
  • Pack falls to No. 11 Fort Lewis at home
    October 02, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo Women's soccer team battled thru a cold, windy day at Rawlings Complex, before falling 2-0 to the visiting No. 11 Fort Lewis Skyhawks.
  • ThunderWolves drop one on the road to #13 Metro State
    September 27, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo Women's soccer team traveled the short two hour distance north to take on the #13 Metro State. Despite tying the score early in the first half, the T-Wolves couldn't stop the Roadrunners, losing 2-1.
  • Early lead evaporates for Pack vs. Mines
    September 25, 2009
    Depite taking an early lead on Colorado Mines, CSU-Pueblo gave up two goals to the Orediggers Friday, falling 2-1 at Rawlings Field.
  • Pack gets revenge, pitches 1-0 shutout
    September 23, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo earned a measure of vengeance Wednesday when it hosted New Mexico Highlands, the team defeated the Pack last Friday, at a wet Rawlings Sports Complex, downing the Cowgirls 1-0.
  • Pack claims first RMAC win vs. Kearney
    September 20, 2009
    The ThunderWolves earned their first RMAC win of the season Sunday when it scored a 3-2 win over the RMAC's newest member, Nebraska-Kearney.
  • T-Wolves stumble at Highlands
    September 18, 2009
    Two early goals by New Mexico Highlands left the Pack searching for answers Friday as the ThunderWolves fell to the Cowgirls 2-1 in Las Vegas, N.M.
  • CSU-Pueblo to host youth soccer teams
    September 15, 2009
    The Colorado State University-Pueblo men’s and women’s soccer teams are inviting all youth soccer teams to attend their games this weekend free of charge. The women will host the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers at noon and the men will play Metro State Roadrunners at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, September 20, 2009.
  • T-Wolves drop conference opener at home
    September 13, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo women's soccer team opened their RMAC Conference schedule at the familiar confines of Rawlings Sports Complex against defending league champion Metro State, falling to the Roadrunners 1-0 Sunday afternoon.
  • Pack opens floodgates vs. U. of the Southwest
    September 11, 2009
    The ThunderWolves finally got the confidence boost they needed Friday as they Pack took it to visit NAIA University of the Southwest by an 11-0 score, one of the biggest wins in school history, led by a hat trick by freshman Morgan Purkey.
  • Pack battles to tie with St. Cloud State
    September 06, 2009
    The ThunderWolves couldn't re-capture the magic they showed in netting a goal inside of the first minute of the game Sunday vs. St. Cloud State, batting the Huskies to a 1-1 tie.
  • Victory escapes Pack's clutches vs. New Mexico State
    September 04, 2009
    The Pack had a golden opportunity to knock off a Division I program in New Mexico State Friday, but that opportunity slipped through the Pack's fingers when the visiting Aggies netted a game-winner in the 89th minute to steal one from the ThunderWolves.
  • Second half not kind to Pack in season opener
    August 29, 2009
    Despite carrying a 1-1 tie into the break against Wasburn, the ThunderWolves gave up three second half goals to fall to the Lady Blues 4-1.
  • ThunderWolves picked to finish sixth
    August 18, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo women's soccer team was picked to finish sixth in the RMAC, according to the women's soccer coaches poll released Tuesday.
  • Cassidy named head women’s soccer coach
    June 24, 2009
    Colorado State University-Pueblo Director of Athletics, Joe Folda, has announced the hire of former Oxnard (Calif.) College head coach, Janet Cassidy, as women’s soccer coach at CSU-Pueblo.


  • Pack adds three more for 2009
    April 15, 2009
    CSU-Pueblo women's soccer coach Dave Morris has announced that the soccer squad has added three new signees to the team's 2009 roster.
  • Pack women's soccer adds 10 for 2009
    February 10, 2009
    The CSU-Pueblo women's soccer Class of 2009 now boasts ten student-athletes, coach Dave Morris announced.
  • Pack unable to dent Fort Lewis in RMAC quarterfinal
    November 05, 2008
    In dreary conditions in Durango Wednesday, the ThunderWolves faced a tough Fort Lewis squad in the RMAC quarterfinal match, and had a tough time making numerous quality chances, falling 1-0 to homestanding Skyhawks.
  • Martin heads Pack's 2008 all-RMAC selections
    November 05, 2008
    CSU-Pueblo senior forward Marli Martin heads the list of four ThunderWolves selected to the all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference team, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
  • Women cruise past Adams, look towards tourney
    November 02, 2008
    The ThunderWolf women demolished Adams State College on Sunday afternoon by a score of 7-1, running their overall season record to 9-7-2. The ThunderWolves’ RMAC record sits at 7-5-1, good enough for fifth place and entrance into the conference tournament.
  • Martin saves the day against Mines
    October 31, 2008
    Marli Martin’s (Sr., West Jordan, Utah) dad finally got to see his daughter play. He also saw her score a goal -- in double overtime. The senior from Utah rescued her team in the dying moments of Friday’s Senior Day matchup by knocking in the game winner in the second overtime against the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers, raising the ThunderWolves’ record to 8-7-2.
  • Pack alum Hayes selected to RMAC all-time team
    October 30, 2008
    CSU-Pueblo career leading goal-scorer, Robin Hayes, was named as one of a 12-member Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference all-time women's soccer team, the RMAC announced Thursday.
  • Pack jumps into NCAA Central Region rankings
    October 29, 2008
    The ThunderWolves women’s soccer team earned the 10th spot in the NCAA Central Region Rankings, released today.
  • ThunderWolves corral Cowgirls
    October 26, 2008
    Two first half penalty kicks gave the CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team an early lead on Sunday, and two more goals in the second half highlighted a redemptive performance for the ThunderWolves. The team bounced back from a heavy loss against Metro State earlier in the weekend to punish New Mexico Highlands by a score of 4-1.
  • Pack finds goal vs. Metro, but falls in defeat
    October 24, 2008
    There was one bright spot for the ThunderWolves Friday in their road match against Metro State - they broke the nearly six-game long goal drought against the Roadrunners, but ended up on the short end, losing 7-1.
  • Women come up short against Mesa
    October 19, 2008
    Marli Martin (Sr., West Jordan, Utah) scored for the third straight game, but the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s soccer team couldn’t overcome a determined Mesa State Mavericks squad. The ThunderWolves put forth a valiant effort but ultimately lost 3-2, dropping them to 4-4-1 in RMAC play.
  • Women battle to draw with Ft. Lewis
    October 17, 2008
    The Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s soccer team battled and scrapped their way to a 2-2 draw against the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks on Friday, earning a crucial point in the RMAC playoff race.
  • Four ThunderWolves named to all-academic team
    October 15, 2008
    Four CSU-Pueblo women's soccer players, led by unanimous choice, Rikki Warmack, have been voted onto the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference team, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
  • Women work hard for win over UCCS
    October 12, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team snared an early four points in the “Steel and Silver Series” by beating the UCCS Mountain Lions 1-0 on Sunday. A lone Marli Martin (Sr., West Jordan, Utah) goal was enough to see off the challengers from Colorado Springs and raise the ThunderWolves’ RMAC record to 4-3.
  • Women bounced by Metro
    October 10, 2008
    The Metro State Roadrunners earned their 10th win of the season when they overran the CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team Friday afternoon. A shortage of quality chances on goal and a tough opponent doomed the ThunderWolves, who dropped a 4-0 decision, and saw their record sink to 5-5-1.
  • Mines halts women's win streak
    October 05, 2008
    An 88th minute goal by the Colorado School of Mines broke both a 1-1 deadlock with CSU-Pueblo and the hearts of the ThunderWolves’ women’s soccer team on Sunday. Mines starlet Kayla Mitchell broke through the Pack’s defense just two minutes from time to put the finishing touches on a 2-1 loss for the ThunderWolves.
  • Women see off CCU challenge
    October 03, 2008
    Despite facing a physical opponent and 40 foul calls, the Colorado State University-Pueblo women’s soccer team had enough in the tank to see off the Colorado Christian University Cougars on Friday. The Pack’s 1-0 win improved its season record to 5-3-1, and was the team’s fourth win in a row.
  • Youth soccer teams invited to Oct. 12 soccer games
    October 01, 2008
    The Colorado State University-Pueblo men’s and women’s soccer teams are inviting all youth soccer teams to attend the ‘Steel and Silver Series’ games versus UC-Colorado Springs free of charge. The women will host the Mountain Lions at noon and the men will start at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, October 12, 2008.
  • ThunderPup clinic scheduled for Monday
    October 01, 2008
    The Colorado State University-Pueblo athletics department scheduled the soccer ThunderPup clinic for Monday, October 6, 2008. The clinic will be held from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Rawlings Soccer Field located on the CSU-Pueblo campus.
  • Carver voted Convergys Player of the Week
    September 26, 2008
    The ThunderWolves weren't going to let a first year program in archrival UC-Colorado Springs score an upset Sunday. Thanks to senior Brittany Carver, that didn't happen, scoring a game-winning goal that delivered the Pack win, as well as the honor of being voted the CSU-Pueblo/Convergys Player of the Week.
  • Women rout Southwestern Oklahoma
    September 26, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team ran the visiting Southwestern Oklahoma State University Bulldogs ragged on Friday, scoring goals up until the very last second of the game. The women claimed a 7-0 victory and raised their season record to 4-3-1.
  • Women stage comeback, beat UCCS
    September 21, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team added to the UCCS Mountain Lions’ early season misery on Sunday by recording a bruising 2-1 victory over their Colorado Springs rivals.
  • Women run through Highlands
    September 14, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team put forth a quality team effort in a 5-1 plastering of New Mexico Highlands University on Sunday. Led by senior Marli Martin (Sr., West Jordan, Utah), the Pack scored early and never looked back in their 5-1 victory, which elevated their season record to 2-3-1.
  • Women fall at home to Regis
    September 12, 2008
    In Friday evening's RMAC matchup, the CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team dropped a 4-0 home decision to Regis University. The Thunderwolves’ early season record dropped to 1-3-1.
  • Women brushed aside by St. Edward's
    September 07, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women's soccer team knew that St. Edward's University (TX) had a good soccer team. On Sunday, they found out how good. The women dropped a comprehensive 3-1 decision to the Hilltoppers which left Coach Dave Morris looking to the future. "You have to make plays to win, and we didn't," said Morris. "Needless to say, we've got things to work on before RMAC play."
  • Women battle to 1-0 loss vs. Sam Houston St.
    September 05, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women's soccer team fought hard but was ultimately left rueing missed opportunities against Division I Sam Houston State University on Friday night. Despite creating an array of goal scoring opportunities, the women couldn't quite break through the Sam Houston defense and lost 1-0.
  • Carver breaks fastest goal mark as Pack nets 4-0 win
    August 31, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women's soccer team rebounded from a lackluster draw earlier in the weekend to earn a deserved 4-0 victory over Southwest Minnesota State University on Sunday.
  • Pack settles for tie with visiting Augustana
    August 29, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer team made its fall debut today at Rawlings Field, but was forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with Augustana (S.D.) College. 
  • RMAC Poll: Pack expected to do well
    August 19, 2008
    The ThunderWolves were picked to finish third in the RMAC, according to the RMAC Preseason Poll, released Monday. Junior midfielder, Rikki Warmack, was also a unanimous preseason all-conference selection.
  • '08 Women's Soccer Preview
    August 17, 2008
    Pueblo chieftain reporter Jeff Letofsky previews the Pack's 2008 hopes, focusing on how the team will get on without its departed all-American scoring leader.
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  • Martinet, Warmack chosen 'Honor Student-Athletes'
    June 05, 2008
    CSU-Pueblo soccer players Trevor Martinet and Erica Warmack were chosen as their school's top male and female student athletes as part of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's list of 'Honor Student Athletes.'
  • NWAACC Standout Tasha Sawall Joins Pack
    May 01, 2008
    PUEBLO, Colo – The ThunderWolves women’s soccer team announced that Tasha Sawall, a sophomore midfielder from Southwestern Oregon Community College, has signed a letter of intent to attend CSU-Pueblo for the 2008-09 academic year. Tasha was the Lakers’ leading scorer with 7 goals and 4 assists in 2007, following up her freshman season where she tallied 9 goals and 6 assists as the Lakers advanced to the NWAACC semi-finals.
  • ThunderWolves sign Eaglecrest's Gonzales
    April 16, 2008
    The ThunderWolves women’s soccer team announced the signing of Gabriela “Gabby” Gonzales of Centennial, Colorado and Eaglecrest High School.
  • ThunderWolves sign NWAACC standouts
    February 22, 2008
    The ThunderWolves women’s soccer team announced that Taylor Sinclair and Candice Duffy, both currently attending Walla Walla Community College (WA), have signed letters of intent to attend CSU-Pueblo for the 2008-09 academic year.
  • ThunderWolves Soccer Celebrates Signing Day
    February 06, 2008
    The CSU-Pueblo Men’s and Women’s soccer teams both announced new additions to their squads on Wednesday, the first day that players can officially commit to a school for the fall of 2008.
  • ThunderWolves women end record soccer season
    November 06, 2007
    This season has been a magic carpet ride for the Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer team.
  • Pack's Hayes selected as Regional Player of the Year
    November 06, 2007
    CSU-Pueblo senior Robin Hayes has been selected as the Daktronics Midwest Region Player of the Year.
  • Pack’s title hopes fall short in RMAC Championship
    November 04, 2007
    On Sept. 21, the ThunderWolves marched into Durango to take on Fort Lewis, seemingly as world-beating underdogs, and made amazing plays to come away with a 1-0 victory, the turning point in a season that saw the Pack finish second place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and eventually qualify for the RMAC Championship.
  • Pack dominates Mines to advance to RMAC Championship
    November 02, 2007
    DENVER, Colo. – The ThunderWolves’ opponent in Friday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference semifinal game, Colorado School of Mines, reminded Pack coach Dave Morris of a character from a slasher movie. No matter how many times you beat them, as the Pack has in two previous meetings this season, they keep coming back.
  • CSU-Pueblo’s Warmack named to CoSIDA All-Academic team
    November 01, 2007
    CSU-Pueblo sophomore midfielder, Erica Warmack, was again recognized for balancing her tenacious play on the field with her exemplary work in the classroom, named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District 7 all-academic team.
  • Pack ranked sixth in NCAA Midwest Region Rankings
    October 18, 2007
    The ThunderWolves were rewarded for two wins last week over Colorado Christian and Colorado Mines, earning a ranking of sixth in the NCAA Division II Midwest Region Women's Soccer poll.