Regis Soccer Begins Offseason

(Photo: Courtesy of Metro State)

            Coming off a 14-5-1 record in 2016, the Regis men’s soccer team has entered their offseason training, looking to improve even more for the 2017 season this fall. Sophomore transfer, Josh Burnett, mentions that the offseason is going quite smoothly, saying, “The squad is looking nice, we added a few transfers and have been lifting every other day and playing every other day. Definitely, a more relaxed atmosphere considering it being offseason.” The team has become a force to be reckoned with and with many players returning, it doesn’t look like that is going to change.

            Looking at the women’s soccer team, the offseason is going just as well. Sophomore center back, Sydney Devries, is confident about their offseason, saying, “The off-season really tests the team mentally and physically. We're putting in a lot of work in the weight room and on the field. It's exciting to see everyone's growth so far, and I'm looking forward to the potential of a strong season come fall!” Finishing 8-8-3, the women’s soccer team is looking to get over .500 and make a push for the NCAA tournament. It is time to get excited Rangers because the soccer teams are getting ready for a competitive 2017 season!

Danny Rolander Staff Reporter