PUEBLO, Colo. (September 14, 2017) – The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer team continues a five-game homestand and host Fort Lewis College Friday and wraps the weekend Sunday against Adams State both at Art & Lorraine Gonzales Stadium to begin Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play.
Friday the Pack kickoff at 7:30 p.m., the second game of a doubleheader following the men's 5 p.m. kickoff. Sunday the women begin at noon and the men's game is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.
The ThunderWolves return to the pitch after a strong showing at home against No. 1 Western Washington Wednesday despite a 1-0 defeat.
CSU-Pueblo played toe-to-toe versus the defending champion Vikings, surrendering a chip in of a goal while creating several chances of their own to score. The Pack nearly evened the match in the second half on a shot that hit off the crossbar.
In Sight for the Pack
The ThunderWolves remain home next week and host Black Hills State (Sept. 24) and Colorado Christian (Sept. 29) in a pair of RMAC matches at Gonzales Stadium.
How to Follow the Pack
Twitter - @gothunderwolves
CSU-Pueblo News and Notes
- CSU-Pueblo is 15-21-6 all-time against Fort Lewis College. The ThunderWolves beat FLC at home 4-1 last season in the RMAC Tournament Quarterfinal.
- Against Adams State, CSU-Pueblo is 15-6-2 all-time. In the last ten meetings the Pack is 4-5-1 against the Grizzlies.
Fort Lewis College Skyhawks
Points: 2 – Kendyl Neus & Alicia Sanchez
Goals: 1 – Neus & Sanchez
Assists: 1 – Emma Patron
Shots: 7 – Sanchez
Goalkeeper Saves: 18 – Ali Miller
Last game played: September 10th – Lost 0-1, at Western State
About the Skyhawks
FLC began the season Sept. 1 with a 1-1 tie versus Eastern New Mexico and seek the first win of the year.
Adams State University Grizzlies
Points: 3 - Valentina Loza
Goals: 1 – Three players
Assists: 1 - Loza & Kendall Weld
Shots: 4- Carly Kading
Goalkeeper Saves: 12 – Teagan Moore
Last game played: September 10th – Tied 1-1, vs. Texas Permian-Basin
About the Grizzlies
Adams State opened the season Sept. 1 at West Texas, falling 1-0 versus the Buffaloes. ASU won its first game Sept. 3 at Eastern New Mexico.
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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.