PUEBLO, Colo. (October 25, 2017) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's soccer team concludes the 2017 regular season this week at No. 11 Colorado Mines Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Regis Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
The Pack sits in a tie with Adams State for seventh place in the RMAC standings with 13 conference points. Both teams trail Regis who holds the final RMAC Tournament spot with two games remaining.
CSU-Pueblo is back on the pitch going 1-0-1 last week at UCCS and at home versus SD Mines & Technology.
The Pack finished in a scoreless tie last Wednesday at Mountain Lion Stadium.
Friday for the ThunderWolves was Parent's/Senior Night at Gonzales Stadium. Pack seniors Lorenz Delaney (Phoenix, Ariz.), Erich Frey (Colorado Springs, Colo.), and Connor Marth (Tulsa, Okla.) were honored prior to the match.
In the game freshman Brayden Ballman (Seattle, Wash.) scored his first career hat trick against SDSMT. Ballman netted two goals in the first half and sealed the deal in the games' 89th minute converting a penalty kick for a goal.
Marth contributed with three assists in the game bringing his season total to seven and is now tied for the RMAC lead in the category.
For their efforts Ballman and Marth were named RMAC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively.
In Sight for the Pack
Stay tuned to gothunderwolves.com to find out if the Pack secured a spot in the six-team tournament.
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Colorado School of Mines Orediggers
Record: 13-3-0 (11-1-0 RMAC)
Points: 38 – John Haist
Goals: 17 – Haist
Assists: 7 – Nikolaus Grotz
Shots: 72 - Haist
Goalkeeper Saves: 50 – Collin Hall
Last game played: October 22nd – Won 2-1, at Fort Lewis
Regis University Rangers
Record: 7-7-0 (5-7-0 RMAC)
Points: 15 – Will Eslinger
Goals: 7 - Eslinger
Assists: 3 – Jacob Lever
Shots: 29 – John Halter
Goalkeeper Saves: 37 – Ciaran Gibson
Last game played: October 22nd – Won 1-0, at Adams State
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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.