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Men’s soccer heads into new season

Fall of 2014 is a new season for the Metro men’s soccer team, and its young talent works to prepare. The Roadrunners fell short last season of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship after two losses late last season, which gave them an 8-4-2 mark in the RMAC and a 10-6-3 record overall. Although they

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What you call futbol, I call soccer

Matt Foster poses for a portrait in the offices of Challenger Sports.  Matt is in his fourth year as a coach for the soccer camp. Photo by Philip B. Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu Now that the World Cup is in full swing, soccer has become better known throughout the U.S. Challenger Sports is the biggest soccer

AD Honor Roll Totals 53 for Fall

Metro sports saw 53 student-athletes named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester of 2013. To qualify, a student-athlete must hold a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Metro’s 199 student-athletes combined for a 3.14 GPA during the fall semester. In addition, 11 former student-athletes graduated in December: Kelci Newlin

Senior midfielder Becca Medina, 3, blocks off Fort Lewis College’s Therese Romero during Metros 1-0 loss to the Skyhawks in the womens RMAC semifinal game Nov. 8 in Golden.                          Photo by Timothy Hurst • thurst3@msudenver.edu

Roadrunners advance despite loss

Metro women’s soccer was outmatched by No. 24 Fort Lewis College in a 1-0 overtime loss during the semifinal Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Nov. 8 in Golden. “When you take it into overtime it’s anybody’s game,” senior defender Brittany Cito said. “You get a goal, and the game’s over, there is no second chances,

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