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The CU Men’s Soccer Team is Back and Confident
After an early exit from the national tournament last season, the University of Colorado’s Men’s Club Soccer Team is back this season with one goal: a national championship.
One senior graduated for the team last year, giving Head Coach David Vaughan a unique form of confidence in this year’s team.
“We’re a little bit older, a little bit more experience. We’ve got, probably three fourths of the squad from last year is returning. So we have the experience that we had at regional's and nationals coming in with us,” Said Head Coach Vaughan.
This year’s team may show to be very confident, but there are a few areas the team hopes to work on. Senior defender Ryan Martinez hopes communication does not affect the team’s chance of winning.
Martinez said there may be a lot of returning players but there are also some new kids and new coaches that are still learning the style of play. In addition, senior captain Billy LaGreca believes in order to win a national championship, he and his teammates need to put a hundred percent on and off the field.
The team so far this season has three wins and two ties compared to last year at this time when they had four wins and one tie. Even though it’s a slower start, team captain Aaron Woodruff believes his team can only go up from here.