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Final Four features new faces for 2019

By James Gavato  Staff writer As always, March Madness brings surprises to college basketball’s 68-team tournament. But this year’s Final Four group brings teams that are rarely, or have never been on this stage.   The teams that will compete in this year’s Final Four are the Michigan State Spartans, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Virginia Cavaliers […]

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Pack indoor track shines on national stage

Colorado State University-Pueblo’s indoor track team displayed a great performance at the Indoor Track & Field National Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas. The Pack men tied for 10th place, and the women finished 12th. But it was individual athletes for the Thunderwolves that stole the show. For the women, their distance medley relay team of Hailey Streff, Tatianna […]

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Women’s Lacrosse makes history with shut-out win

By James Gavato Staff Writer Colorado State University-Pueblo’s women’s lacrosse team first began action in 2015. Since then, the Pack had never recorded a shutout against any of its opponents.   That changed Wednesday night at Art and Lorraine Gonzales Stadium as the Thunderwolves shut out the Adams State University Grizzlies, 20-0. Senior captain Ane Marie Horton recorded […]

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What’s next for Pack Basketball?

By Luke Siggins Staff Writer Another basketball season has ended at Colorado State University–Pueblo, both programs were in a rebuilding year, losing great players the year before.     This season, the CSU-Pueblo women’s team was able to finish 16-13 overall, and 14-8 in the conference, which was good enough to get them into the Rocky Mountain […]

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Pack student on the road to a journalist lifestyle

By Uri Prescott Staff writer   Chris Churilla has made the most of his time at Colorado State University-Pueblo by making it to the finals for the John C. Ensslin Scholarship. In November, Churilla was considered for the John C. Ensslin Scholarship. The competition for the scholarship consists of seven universities in Colorado that each […]

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OP-ED: Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray pro decision

By James Gavato Staff writer   Former Oklahoma Sooner quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner, Kyler Murray officially declared for the NFL Draft on Feb. 11. Since then, Murray has been in headlines regarding his professional sports future interests. Murray, who also played baseball with the Sooners, was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the ninth […]

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