Shots (on goal)
Shots (on goal)
PUEBLO, Colo. (September 13, 2018) - The Colorado State University-Pueblo men's soccer opens Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play on the road Friday at Adams State and will host No. 19 Colorado Mesa Sunday at 1 p.m. at Art & Lorraine Gonzales Stadium.
The ThunderWolves stayed unbeaten at home and improved to 3-1-0 overall after picking up two wins against Dallas Baptist and Texas Permian-Basin to finish nonconference play.
For his efforts, Pack goalkeeper Tyler Harvey (Jr., Henderson, Nev.) was named RMAC Goalkeeper of the Week.
Harvey was a virtual brick wall and pitched two shutouts on the week. Harvey allowed zero goals in 180 minutes at the net and made a total of seven saves and faced 14 shots in two matches.
Against DBU, Cesar Zamudio (Jr., Guayquil, Ecuador) scored his first goal of the year in the 37' to guide the Pack.
In the matinee against UTPB, Dominik Huetgens (Fr., Halstenbek, Germany) found the back of the net in the 81' to secure the Pack's win.
In Sight for the Pack
Including Sundays' match against CMU, the ThunderWolves begin a three-game homestand and take on Colorado Mines (Sept. 21) and South Dakota Mines (Sept. 23).
How to Follow the Pack
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Adams State University Grizzlies
Points: 4 – Andree Salazar
Goals: 2 - Salazar
Assists: 1 – three players tied
Shots: 7 - Ruben Molinar
Goalkeeper Saves: 12 – Shawn Mckeeken
Last game played: September 8th – Lost 1-0, vs. Dallas Baptist
No. 19 Colorado Mesa University Mavericks
Points: 4 – Kevin Del Mazo & James McGhee
Goals: 2 - McGhee
Assists: 4 - Del Mazo
Shots: 11 - Del Mazo
Goalkeeper Saves: 5 – Briley Guarneri
Last game played: September 8th – Won 2-1, vs. Northwest Nazarene
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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.