Colorado State Women’s Club soccer is a student-led organization. As a team, they rely on their own fundraising efforts and the support of the community to help with travel costs for the annual tournaments they attend across the country.
The team practices four days a week, and during League, they play in one or two games a week against teams from Colorado and Wyoming. Every year, the team competes in tournaments in Santa Barbara, California and Boulder, Colorado. They won their most recent championship, the Boulder tournament, in 2015.
CSU Women’s Club soccer also competes in Regionals and the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) National Tournament. In 2015, they were National Championship Finalists.
Last season, the team was undefeated in League play, and were quarterfinalists in the National Tournament in Alabama. This upcoming year, they will be playing at Nationals in Phoenix, Arizona, and are hungry to bring a National Title back to Fort Collins.
Outside of soccer, the program provides students with an excellent opportunity to develop leadership skills, responsibility, and quality athletics that will benefit them long after they graduate. Beyond the season, the team works with the community, helps local soccer clubs, and fundraises with the Colorado Rapids, rounding out the club sport experience.
- Info Session: Held fall 2019
- President: Erika Chaplin
- Vice President: Chandler Patterson
- Main Season: August – November
- Practice Location: Colorado State Intramural fields
- Practice: M/T/W 6-8pm F 4-6 pm
- League/National Governing Body: Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Soccer League/NIRSA
- Dues: $300 per year
- Links: Team Facebook
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