PUEBLO, Colo. (July 7, 2015) – Three home meets as well as a trip to the Air Force Academy highlight the 2015-16 Colorado State University-Pueblo Swimming & Diving schedule as announced Tuesday by Head Coach Brian Pearson.
Entering their second season as a program, the ThunderWolves open the 2015-16 Oct. 9 at home versus Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foe Western Colorado State University.
The Pack begin a stretch of six consecutive meets on the road with a trip up I-25 to the Air Force Academy for the USAFA Invite Oct. 23.
After a four week break, CSU-Pueblo returns to the pool Nov. 19-21 at the Colorado Mesa Invite. The Pack remain on the road for back-to-back RMAC dual meets against Western State (Dec. 4) and Adams State University (Dec. 5).
The ThunderWolves wrap up 2015 with a dual meet against Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colo. Dec. 12.
CSU-Pueblo kicks off 2016 with a trip to Mesa, Ariz. and the Citrus Classic. The Pack's second appearance at the event will take place Jan. 2.
Following the Citrus Classic, the ThunderWolves return home for a pair of RMAC dual meets. CSU-Pueblo hosts Colorado School of Mines Jan. 8, before welcoming Adams State to campus Jan. 9.
The Pack will make their second trip to Colorado College Jan. 15-17 for the Colorado College Classic.
CSU-Pueblo's final tune-up before the conference championships will take place Jan. 29-30 in Kearney, Neb. The ThunderWolves will swim double dual meets each day against University of Nebraska Kearney and University of Northern Colorado.
The RMAC Swimming & Diving Championships is set for Feb. 10-13 on the campus of Colorado Mesa in Grand Junction, Colo. The NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Championships will be held in Indianapolis, Ind. March 8-12.
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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.