It's awards season. What better way to celebrate than to award the best in Colorado sports this past year? Without any further ado, here they are:
Colorado Rapids midfielder Dillon Serna will undergo season-ending surgery after tearing his ACL and lateral meniscus against FC Dallas on Wednesday.
Gordon is doing exactly what the Rapids' brass had hoped he would when they signed him away from the LA Galaxy in the offseason.
The Rapids defense was stellar in 2016, by far the best in the MLS. They were only team in the entire league to allow less than one goal per game.
The U.S. Women’s soccer team will play a World Cup tune-up against Australia in April at the Rapids’ home park.
Despite his relatively young age, a lifetime in soccer has prepared Anthony Hudson for the task of ushering in a new era of Colorado Rapids soocer.
There are plenty of elite soccer clubs in Colorado, but the thing that sets apart the Rapids Academy is the path it can provide to Major League Soccer.
Aigner's success in one of the best leagues in the world, the Bundesliga, should translate into success in MLS.
Despite a disappointing team record through the first half of the season, Colorado's Tim Howard was voted to the starting XI for the MLS All-Star Game.
Kei Kamara is the MLS' sixth all-time leading scorer.