Colorado Rapids Women

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Colorado Rapids Women
Colorado Rapids logo.svg
Full name Colorado Rapids Women
Founded 1996
Stadium Dick's Sporting Goods Park
Chairman Amy Snider
Coach Daniel Clitnovici
League USL W-League
2013 4th, Western Conference
Playoffs: DNQ

Colorado Rapids Women was an American women’s soccer team, founded in 1996. The team was a member of the United Soccer Leagues W-League, the second highest tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada. The team dissolved in 2014. The team played in the Western Conference against the Colorado Rush, LA Strikers, Pali Blues, Santa Clarita Blue Heat, Seattle Sounders Women, and Bay Area Breeze.

The team played its home games at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in the city of Denver, Colorado. The club's colors are Burgundy and White.

On July 23, 2012 the Colorado Rapids Women won the North American USL Super20 League championships staged at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. They defeated D.C. United Super20's 1-0 in the Final crowning the Rapids Super20 North American Champions for 2012.

Players[edit]

Current Roster[edit]

(As of July 2013)
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Hannah Clark
2 Sweden DF Therese Hagbyhn
3 United States DF Cassidy Larson
4 England DF Anita Cox
5 Australia DF Brooke Spence
6 United States DF Jessy Battelli
8 United States FW Karisa Price
10 United States FW Anna Evans
11 United States DF Kelsey Neal
12 United States DF Diane Metcalf-Leggette
No. Position Player
9 England FW Chloe Roberts
14 Japan MF Shino Kunisawa
15 United States MF Erin Bello
16 Germany MF Sophie Howard
17 United States FW Kristen Hamilton
18 United States MF Alexandra Tagen
19 United States MF Rebekah Patrick
21 United States MF Erin Gunther
22 Canada DF Pascale Pinard
23 United States FW Skylar Phillips
24 United States MF Layla Ashouri

Coaching Staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head Coach Australia Daniel Clitnovici
Assistant Coach Belgium Alex Balog
Assistant Coach Australia Mark Clitnovici

Last updated: 11 May 2013
Source: [1]

Year-by-year[edit]

Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs
2003 2 USL W-League 5th, Western
2004 1 USL W-League 8th, Western
2005 1 USL W-League 6th, Western
2006 1 USL W-League 5th, Western
2007 1 USL W-League 5th, Western
2008 1 USL W-League 6th, Western Did not qualify
2009 1 USL W-League 7th, Western Did not qualify
2010 1 USL W-League 6th, Western Did not qualify
2011 1 USL W-League 7th, Western Did not qualify
2012 1 USL W-League 4th, Western Did not qualify
2013 1 USL W-League 4th, Western Did not qualify

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