Soccer articles

Men’s soccer split two

Metro men’s soccer split two over the weekend, with a 1-0 home win over Colorado Mesa University and a hard-fought 2-1 loss at Colorado School of Mines. The No. 24 Roadrunners are now 5-2-3 overall and 3-1-2 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Runners bested Colorado Mesa Oct. 4 at Auraria Field, on the

Roadrunners soccer in good hands

Sometimes players slip through the cracks, and other times, they fall into the hands of teams, as was the case with Metro men’s soccer junior goalkeeper Keegan Hand. The team headed into the 2013 preseason with two goalkeepers before one was lost to a knee injury and the other to a last-minute withdrawal decision. Enter

Tess Hagenlock, senior forward/midfielder for the women’s soccer team, has played for Metro since 2011. Hagenlock tore her ACL this past spring.  
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Red equals silver lining for Hagenlock

Tess Hagenlock of the Metro women’s soccer team had a spring break to forget when she tore her anterior cruciate ligament roughly five months before her senior season of collegiate soccer began, relegating her to redshirt this season, with another year of collegiate athletic eligibility. But, she’s kept the ball rolling. Especially since it’s her

Metropolitan State University of Denver sophomore midfielder Jordan Post passes downfield while Western State's Rachel Sullivan looks on during a women's soccer game played at Auraria filed, Sept. 20, 2013, in Denver, Colo. Photo By Timothy Hurst

Women’s soccer wins RMAC opener

Metro women’s soccer defeated Western State University 1-0 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opener Sept. 20 at Auraria Field, making them 3-0-2 overall and 1-0-0 in conference. It was a tough game defensively, with neither team able to breakdown their opponents backfield, but in the 37th minute, the Roadrunners offensive caused an own goal