Doubleheader Moved to Pueblo
Because of snow drifts left by this past weekendâ€TMs storm, Wednesdayâ€TMs softball doubleheader between the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Colorado State-Pueblo has been moved from Mountain Lion Field to Puebloâ€TMs Rawlings Field.
Game times will still be 4 and 6 p.m.
The Mountain Lions and the Thunderwolves are currently vying for second place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Mountain Lions (18-12, 12-7 RMAC are a half game ahead of the Thunderwolves (14-12, 11-7 RMAC). Both teams are chasing Regis, which has a 19-2 conference mark.
The doubleheader between the same two teams on April 20 will be moved to Mountain Lion Field at 4 and 6 p.m.
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