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Colorado School of Mines, Regis University »

November 5, 9:14 pm | By Shaun Schafer

The Rangers first loss of the season did nothing to knock the team off the top perch in the region. It did, however, create a strong chance for a rematch with the Front Range side that beat them.

Fort Lewis College »

April 6, 8:46 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Former Fort Lewis defender Jamie Cunningham has joined the Puerto Rico Islanders for the coming NASL season.

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference »

September 28, 2:56 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Metro State, Fort Lewis and Colorado School of Mines are each ranked in the women’s soccer top 25 this week.

Special »

August 13, 9:55 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Colorado’s 26 college teams start taking to the field for preseason scrimmages and exhibitions. Looking down the road, there are some intriguing matches on the schedule this fall.

Colorado Rapids, University of Colorado »

June 18, 9:55 pm | By Shaun Schafer | 2

The Rocky Mountain College Cup sounds like a fine idea, but not with such a limited lineup.

University of Denver »

April 18, 8:41 am | By Shaun Schafer

DU dedicated CIBER Field in front of a sellout crowd on Saturday.

University of Denver »

April 6, 11:34 am | By Shaun Schafer

DU will dedicate its new soccer facility in between the men’s and women’s spring games. Wyoming plays DU in the women’s game followed by NCAA Division II champs Fort Lewis against the men.

Colorado School of Mines, Fort Lewis College »

January 2, 1:22 pm | By George Tanner

Frank Kohlenstein220Mines men’s soccer coach Frank Kohlenstein, right, and Fort Lewis women’s coach Damian Clarke have been named NSCAA/Mondo coaches of the year for the Central Region. (photo by George Tanner/ ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

College roundup »

December 21, 2:08 pm | By George Tanner | 1

2009excerpt2380ColoradoSoccerNow.com chooses the best 11 men’s college soccer players in the state for 2009. Pictured above, from left, are Tom Settle, Fort Lewis; Jamie Cunningham, Fort Lewis; Collin Audley, Denver; Jarod Stigall, Denver. (photos by Tom Auclair and George Tanner/ ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

The Tuesday List »

December 15, 2:10 pm | By George Tanner

Not surprisingly, Division II champions Grand Valley State and Fort Lewis College finished atop the women’s and men’s national rankings, respectively. Take a look inside to see where other Colorado teams finished. …