BOULDER - Near the end of a record-breaking 2018 season, CU's soccer team somehow found itself sitting on the bubble and was left out of the NCAA Tournament despite a fifth-place finish in the Pac-12. The Buffs found themselves on the bubble again in 2019 with fewer wins than the year before, but a stronger non-conference schedule. This earned them a selection and the opportunity to host Northern Colorado in the first round, a game that has earned a place in CU's top competitions of 2019-20.
BOULDER – The Colorado soccer program will play four home matches this spring head coach Danny Sanchez announced on Tuesday. The Buffaloes will have five total dates on the calendar this, all in April.
BOULDER — A pair of former Colorado soccer players are set to embark on their professional careers. Recent graduate Jalen Tompkins and 2019 graduate Sarah Kinzner will both head overseas to play in Europe.
CU adds depth to midfield
BOULDER— The Colorado soccer season put a cap on the 2019 soccer season on Friday. The Buffaloes hosted their annual end of the year banquet, handing out team awards and celebrating the success of the past season.
Becomes highest Colorado player selected in NWSL Draft