|Posted October 10, 2009|
ThunderWolves fall to Mines
Colorado Mines 3, CSU-Pueblo 0
GOLDEN, Colo. - CSU-Pueblo fell to its fifth straight loss Saturday night when Colorado School of Mines blanked the Pack three sets to none.
CSU-Pueblo lost 25-22, 25-15 and 25-21.
The Pack continued to make improvements in their game, keeping attack errors to a minimum, only committing 18 errors, but had trouble keeping Mines in check. The Orediggers hit at a .324 clip, and the normally strong blocking game of the ThunderWolves could only connect for two blocks of Mines attacks.
CSU-Pueblo was again led by sophomore Janae Heiser (So., Westminster, Colo.), who had 12 kills, but committed eight errors and hit .129. Megan Koop (Fr., Littleton, Colo.) and Bernadette Pitre (So., Clifton, Colo.) had nine kills each.
The Pack will look to get back on the right track Thursday when it returns home for a four-match home stand, beginning with Colorado Christian.