Pack to face Black Hills at Holy Family HS in Broomfield

Pack to face Black Hills at Holy Family HS in Broomfield

PUEBLO, Colo. (March 1, 2018) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo softball team had another encounter with Mother Nature this week resulting in a change of venue of the Pack's four game series against Black Hills State. The teams will play their RMAC series beginning Saturday at 12 p.m. at Holy Family High School in Broomfield, Colo.

Holy Family High School is located at 5195 West 144th Ave., Broomfield, Colo. 80023.

The series continues Sunday with another doubleheader starting at 11 a.m. at Holy Family HS.

The Pack (3-8, 2-2 RMAC) hit the diamond after splitting a four game series against MSU Denver to begin RMAC play.

The ThunderWolves were led offensively by Michaela Burpee (Jr., Union City, Calif.) and Sabrina Felix (So., Corona, Calif.) with five hits and two extra-base hits each.

In the circle K'Lee Kent (Sr., Hobbs, NM) went 1-1 in three appearances. She finished the series with seven strikeouts.

Hannah Anderson (So., Spokane, Wash.) earned her first win in the circle for the Pack in game two. Anderson tossed 12.2 innings and recorded three strikeouts.

SETTING THE STAGE

Last season CSU-Pueblo swept four games against Black Hills State.

OPPONENT CAPSULES

Black Hills State University Yellow Jackets (0-8, 0-0 RMAC)

            Last time on the field: Black Hills State was swept in four games at Trevecca Nazarene in a nonconference series. BHSU is led offensively by Maddi Fidler with a .429 batting average. In the circle the Yellow Jackets are guided by Melissa Gellermann (0-4, 8.48 ERA) and Alex Wiley (0-3, 9.28 ERA).

LIVE STATS

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

FOLLOW THE THUNDERWOLVES

Twitter - @gothunderwolves / @CSUPsoftball

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

ON DECK FOR THE THUNDERWOLVES

CSU-Pueblo stays on the road and plays at Adams State (Mar. 10-11) for four games to continue RMAC play.

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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.