The Colorado State University Pueblo Athletic Department offers 22 varsity intercollegiate sports, which compete at the NCAA Division II level.
For the women, CSU Pueblo offers golf, soccer, basketball, tennis, volleyball, softball, cross-country, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, lacrosse, swimming, and diving.
On the men’s side, the ThunderWolves compete in soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, football, wrestling, lacrosse, cross country, indoor track & field, and outdoor track & field.
CSU Pueblo is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) which consists of 16 member institutions throughout the states of Colorado, New Mexico, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Utah.
Pack Athletics have won two team national championships, 80 RMAC championships, 98 national tournament appearances, won eight regional tournament championships and 36 team top ten finishes. CSU Pueblo has also crowned 247 All-Americans and 30 individual national champions, which includes 100 All-Americans and 10 national championships in the last 13 years.
For more information, please visit the CSU Pueblo athletics website at http://www.gothunderwolves.com.
Rawlings Outdoors Sports Complex
Colorado State University Pueblo’s Rawlings Sports Complex houses the CSU Pueblo baseball, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s lacrosse programs.
The Rawlings Sports Complex features a 2,500-seat baseball facility, Rawlings Field, and the four-diamond Rawlings Softball Complex, as well as the Art & Lorraine Gonzales Soccer/Lacrosse Complex. The areas are used by sports teams for training and for use by student and public groups.
Neta & Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl
Home of CSU Pueblo’s football and men’s & women’s track and field programs, the ThunderBowl features 6,500 seats, a synthetic turf field, a ten-lane all-weather track, throwing, jumping and pole vault areas, as well as a 27,000 square-foot field house, which includes a 10,000 square-foot strength and conditioning complex, The Leomiti Warrior Center for all 22 of CSU Pueblo’s intercollegiate athletics programs, team meeting areas, student-athlete study-areas and lounges, and track and football coaches’ offices.