COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (August 28, 2017) – Colorado State University-Pueblo Volleyball senior Caitlin Broadwell earned Preseason All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors Monday. The ThunderWolves were picked to finish eighth by the RMAC coaches in the conference's annual preseason release.
Broadwell (Lawrence, Kan.) claims her second all-conference honor after being selected Second Team All-RMAC after the 2016 season. She finished 10th in the RMAC with 3.34 kills per set.
With her 3.34 kills per set, Broadwell posted the eighth-best single season kills per set average in school history. Her 364 kills in 2016 stands as the seventh-best total by a Pack student-athlete in the rally scoring era.
The Pack received 110 total points to place eighth. This matches their finish in each of the past two seasons.
In her first season as head coach of the Pack, Jill Muhe guided CSU-Pueblo to a 12-16. The ThunderWolves recorded a 10-8 record in RMAC play.
Four starters return for the Pack in 2017. Six freshmen will join the fold for the Pack along with six other returners.
CSU-Pueblo opens their 2017 season Friday in the BritKare Lady Buff Classic with matches against St. Mary's College at 10 a.m. and at West Texas A&M University at 7 p.m. The Pack opens its home slate Friday at 11a.m. at Wayne State College.
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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.