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November 7, 10:28 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Seven Colorado teams are among the 80 teams in the field for the men’s and women’s NCAA Division II tournaments announced on Monday.

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September 9, 9:59 pm | By Shaun Schafer

From nailbiters to runaway winners, Colorado RMAC women’s teams got the better of their foes in six games on Friday.

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August 14, 7:53 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Fort Lewis College and Regis University each earned spots in the Division II women’s soccer preseason poll.

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August 14, 7:38 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Mines and Regis University each earned a spot in the Division II men’s soccer preseason top 25.

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December 17, 10:44 am | By Shaun Schafer

Four players from Regis, three from Mines, two from Metro State and one from Mesa State were honored for their academic achievements by the NSCAA.

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December 14, 1:53 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Seven players, including three from the Colorado School of Mines and two from Regis University, earned Division II men’s soccer All-America honors.

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December 7, 11:52 am | By Shaun Schafer

Players from the RMAC garnered 21 of the 22 spots on the NSCAA regional team.

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November 8, 6:40 pm | By Shaun Schafer

Fort Lewis college picked up a first-round bye in the NCAA Division II women’s soccer tournament, while four other conference teams, including three in Colorado, will meet for first-round matches. Meanwhile, Mines and Regis were the lone Colorado teams in the men’s field.

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November 8, 6:21 pm | By Shaun Schafer

It took penalty kicks for a winner to emerge in the men’s conference tournament, while the women played a nervy game in Durango.

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November 3, 9:06 pm | By Shaun Schafer

UC-Colorado Springs saw its season end on Wednesday, and Metro State also got bounced from the conference tournament.