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Head Coach: Danny Sanchez
Associate Head Coach: Jason Green
2019 Record: 12-8-2 Overall (.591), 3-6-2 Conference (.364), 9-2-2 Home Games, 3-6-0 Away Games, 0-0-0 Neutral
Rivals: University of Denver Pioneers
Colorado Buffaloes Women's Soccer TicketsThe Colorado Buffaloes women's soccer team has consistently made it to postseason tournament play. Since its inception in 1996, the program has failed to make it to the postseason only seven times. Although the team has only won one conference championship in 2003, it has consistently pulled off winning records most of the seasons it's been in existence. Over the past few seasons, some notable players have developed, such as Jalen Tompkins. Tompkins, a senior in 2019, picked up a Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Week award that season and earned All-Region selection honors. Taylor Kornieck, also a senior in 2019, picked up a couple of Player of the Week awards too, one from the Pac-12 Conference and the other from Colorado University. She also earned All-Region selection honors. Kornieck also made it on the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy Watch List at the beginning of the 2019 season. Get your Colorado Buffaloes women's soccer tickets today at StubHub.
Where do the Colorado Buffaloes play their home games?Prentup Field hosts the home games of the Colorado Buffaloes women's soccer team. It's a 160,000-square-foot facility that was once used by both the soccer and baseball programs. In 2003, the soccer program became the only program to use Prentup Field. The playing field measure 120 by 75 yards and is composed of native soils with an automated irrigation system. The bleachers can hold 2,000 fans, and there is room for attendees with lawn chairs and blankets.
Who coaches the Colorado Buffaloes?Coach Sanchez became the third head coach of the Buffaloes back in 2011. While there, he produced an overall winning record of 83-48-18, which makes him the winningest coach in CU history. Under his tutelage, various players have won honors and even gone pro, such as Amy Barczuk, who was drafted by the Western New York Flash and Annie Brunner, who played pro soccer with FC Neunkirch in Switzerland. In 2018, Sanchez was honored as an RMAC Hall of Famer for his work at Metro State, where he took his Roadrunners to NCAA Division II Tournament play all six seasons of his tenure there. Jason Green was promoted to associate head coach in 2015. His efforts with the Buffs are focused on the goalkeeper strategy. He is credited with helping the team develop its best defensive years in the history of the program. Green worked with Coach Sanchez in the past at Mesa Community College and with club teams.
Who is the recordholder for Colorado Buffaloes career goals?Nikki Marshall currently holds the record for career goals with 42. She was a member of the Class of 2009. Marshall also holds the record for the number of goals per game with .49.
What division and conference do the Colorado Buffaloes play in?The Colorado Buffaloes women's soccer team plays in the NCAA's Division I and is part of the Pac-12 Conference. The team joined the Pac-12 Conference in 2011. Before joining the Pac-12, the Buffaloes played in the Big-12 Conference from 1996 to 2010.
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