Soccer articles

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 •

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,

Runners wrap-up

Men’s soccer Men’s soccer won 2-1 in double-overtime at Colorado State University-Pueblo Oct. 25. Sophomore midfielder/forward Clyde Glastetter netted the game-winner two minutes into the second OT. Senior midfielder Brenden Hughes assisted on the game-winning goal. Hughes also scored the tying goal in the 56th minute and tallied three total points for the game. Metro

Metro junior midfielder Marie Ipock scores a game-tying goal against New Mexico Highlands Oct. 27 at Auraria Field.  
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Cowgirls hand Roadrunners second loss of season

There was a stampede as the New Mexico Highlands University Cowgirls rode into town and roped a 3-2 victory over Metro women’s soccer, handing the No. 10 Roadrunners their second loss of the season Oct. 27. The Roadrunners fell to 11-2-3 overall and 9-2-1 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and sit in the second