This episode of T-Wolf Talk features Pueblo Bulls General Manager David Nelson! David talks about the expanding hockey operations for the Bulls in Pueblo, why youth hockey is important in our community, and how to get started playing hockey for the Bulls!
Ed Woodley from the Class of 2004 shares his story of graduating from the athletic training program, how special the graduation ceremony was and how every connection you make is important and to make the most of every opportunity. Ed is the Director of Sports Medicine at the University of Central Florida.
Season two of Leading the Pack kicks off with CSU Pueblo's head football Coach John Wristen from the class of 1984. Coach Wristen talks about his journey coaching in Rocky Ford and what led to him coming back to the university to serve as the head coach of the Thunderwolves and building up the football program in 2008.
In this episode of T-Wolf Talk Executive Director and Founder of Southern Colorado Youth Development Michael Riley talks about bringing NYPUM to Pueblo, how it has completely changed the lives of at-risk youth, and other programs they are working to get off the ground that will also assist at-risk youth.
This week's episode of Leading the Pack features Paul Browning from the class of 2014. Paul shares some of the lessons learned while playing football for CSU Pueblo. He reminisces about some of his former teammates and his time with the 2014 NCAA National Championship Thunderwolves team and his time spent playing arena and pro football. Paul is now the Director of Community Collaboration for Mission Peace and the Founder of Lion Heart - the Paul Browning Receiving Academy, training the next generation of football players.
This episode features Mario Ruiz from the class of 2015. He talks about the encouragement he received from the people he met during his time at CSU Pueblo and the impact they have had on his life. Ruiz founded The Academy of Soccer in Colorado Springs in January 2020.
This episode features Chase Vaughn from the class of 2012. He talks about his journey playing football at CSU Pueblo, going to play in the Canadian Football League and that moment when he put the Denver Bronco helmet on. Chase now serves his community as a firefighter with the Aurora Fire Department and is a member of the 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame Class and will be formally inducted during Homecoming 2021.
Tracy Samora, Director of Alumni & Community Relations at CSU Pueblo talks with Jeff Hullinger, nightly news and sports anchor at 11Alive WXIA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. Since graduating in 1980, Hullinger has earned 19 Emmy Awards and two Edward R. Murrow awards for his outstanding work in broadcasting.
On the second episode of Meet The People, Seth interviews current student Sam Moore. They touch on topics such as what is a mechatronic engineer, What it was like learning in the pandemic, Kellogg's and Colorado sports playoffs.