Mash Shaswar scored 2:30 into the second overtime to lift the University of Colorado Colorado
Springs to a 2-1 victory over the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves Wednesday evening at the
Rawlings Soccer Complex.
A UCCS throw-in in the second extra period turned into a free-for-all in front of the CSU-Pueblo
A goal in the 38th minute from Lindsay Link proved to be all the University of Colorado Colorado
Springs would need as the Mountain Lions topped rival CSU-Pueblo 1-0 Wednesday night on the
Thunderwolves' home turf.
UCCS had the Thunderwolves on their heels early as they had 14 first half shots, finishing the
night outshooting CSU-Pueblo 23-13.
It's always a risk to play an out-of-conference match once the conference play starts. The
Thunderwolves took this chance and traveled to Laramie, Wyo., to tangle with Wyoming on Sunday.
The results were not encouraging.
Cowgirls Sara Paul and Sheree Small combined for three goals to lift Wyoming (5-4-1 overall)
over CSU-Pueblo (3-2 overall) on Sunday at the Louis S.
CSU-Pueblo and Adams State made the most of the Labor Day Weekend, playing the latest game of
the weekend and giving fans of both sides caused to cheer on Monday night.
In the end, however, it was the Thunderwolves with the most to celebrate as the side from Pueblo
beat the Grizzlies 2-1.
The Thunderwolves appeared to be in command, as CSU-Pueblo scored once in each half to take a
No. 3 Fort Lewis (4-0-1) scored early and often in trouncing Colorado State-Pueblo (3-2-0) 5-0
Friday at Dirks Field in the league opener for both teams.
Midfielder Julia Thompson scored the first two goals of her career — one coming in the waning
moments of each half — as the Skyhawks dominated possession and shots 21-5 and shots on frame