We are excited about our 19th season of Colorado Soccer, the fourth season under head coach Danny Sanchez.
Here you will find all the information you need to get your season tickets for 2015 and all the excitement the matches this fall promise to bring.
The Buffs return six starters for Coach Danny Sanchez's fourth season at CU. The Buffs boast a strong group of upperclassmen, which includes eight seniors. CU will also look to standout junior Brie Hooks for her continued leadership on the pitch. An All-Pac-12 second team selection in 2014, Hooks started all 22 matches and led the Buffs with eight goals and seven assists.
After losing five starters from last season to graduation, CU will welcome in seven new freshmen. In his fourth recruiting class at CU, Sanchez has added talent at various positions, including three midfielders, two forwards, one defender and one goalkeeper. Erin Greening, Brooklyn Varnadore and Stephanie Zuniga-Herrera are the three California natives to join the squad and come from playing on the same Bay Oaks Botafogo club team together. Coloradans Amy Alexander from Highlands Ranch and Alexandra Vidger from Castle Rock both play on the Real Colorado club. Sarah Kinzner will make the move from Calgary, Alberta to the Centennial State and Jalen Tompkins hails from Phoenix, Ariz. The Buffs also welcome in Lakewood, Colo. native and junior transfer Danica Evans from the University of Portland.
Colorado is slated to host Northwestern and former Big 12 opponent Iowa State at Prentup Field. The Pac-12 teams playing in Boulder include Cal, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington and Washington State.
Your continued support! Colorado ranked in the top five in attendance in the Pac-12 Conference averaging over 900 fans per game last season. We need our fans back in 2015 to continue using our gorgeous home field and your energy and enthusiasm to help the Buffs to victory. So get your season tickets now for the 2015 season.