Soccer

Back-to-school fall sports preview

I think that these girls are definitely stepping up,” said Women’s Soccer Head Coach Adrianne Almaraz. “They’re a very good group to work with; [they’re] very excited, full of energy and they want to compete. So, [we’re] very excited about this year, and hopefully it goes well, as the last few [seasons did].”

Women’s soccer busy in offseason

The Metro women’s soccer team hosted its 2010 Roadrunner Soccer Academy Camp July 12-16 at Auraria Field.

The camp was for kids ages 6-14 and staffed by some of the Metro men’s and women’s soccer players. It allowed the kids to work on skill ability, gain a better understanding of the game and, of course, have fun with the Metro soccer team.

World Cup gives fans memorable experience

World Cup gives fans memorable experience

The 2010 FIFA World Cup has come and gone, leaving the world with a first-time champion and an array of emotions. From embarrassment to heartbreak to triumph, the World Cup was much anticipated and, in all, gave soccer fans around the globe what they were hoping for: world-class soccer.

Metro freshman adds versatility to women’s soccer

Metro freshman adds versatility to women’s soccer

Metro women’s soccer freshman Becca Medina and former women’s soccer forward Becca Mays have three things in common. They both have the same initials, the same first name and share the same jersey, number three.