Pack softball cancels Friday home games against Colorado Christian; will play Sunday at CCU

Pack softball cancels Friday home games against Colorado Christian; will play Sunday at CCU

PUEBLO, Colo. (February 15, 2018) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball team has canceled its Friday home opener scheduled against Colorado Christian. The teams will play a nonconference doubleheader Sunday at CCU beginning at 12 p.m. in Lakewood, Colo.

CCU will make the trip to Pueblo on Wednesday, April 4 to play the originally scheduled twin bill at Rawlings Softball Complex.

The ThunderWolves opened the 2018 season campaign last week going 1-4 at the Dixie State Classic. CSU-Pueblo came from behind to beat Montana State-Billings 5-4 in the season opener.

Alyssa Ubrun (Sr., Olympia, Wash.) smacked a sixth-inning homerun to propel the Pack past MSUB. She finished with weekend with five hits.

In the circle Pack senior K'Lee Kent (Hobbs, NM) picked up one win in tossing a complete game against the Yellow Jackets.


Last season CSU-Pueblo went 1-3 against Colorado Christian.


Colorado Christian University Cougars (5-1)

            Last time on the field: CCU has jumped out to a fast start to begin the season. The Cougars went 5-1 to begin the season at the Dixie State Classic. Christian picked up a 6-2 upset win over No. 5 Humboldt State. The Cougars are led by Charolette Romero who boasts a .600 (9-for-15) with four doubles on the young season. In the circle CCU relies on pitcher Kenzie Mattey (4-0, 1.50 ERA).


Live stats links for select games can be found on the ThunderWolves' schedule page.


Twitter - @gothunderwolves / @CSUPsoftball

Facebook - @CSU-Pueblo Athletics / @CSU-Pueblo softball


CSU-Pueblo opens Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play Feb. 24-25 at home against MSU Denver. The four-game series against MSUD will be played at South HS while the fields are being worked on at Rawlings Softball Complex.


As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.