Denver women’s soccer (2-1-1) took on ASU Sunday at Pioneer Field, playing the Sun Devils even for 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw. Both goals were scored in the first half as ASU got on the board at the 7-minute mark before Denver’s Camryn MacMillan countered with a tally fifteen minutes later as the teams drew even.
Cam gets her second goal in as many games off feeds from Kaitlyn and Vanessa!
Notted up at 1-1.#GoPios | #NCAASoccer pic.twitter.com/2DCgYkcRiG
— Denver Women's Soccer (@DU_WSoccer) August 28, 2022
The Pios now travel to the state of Washington this week to face Eastern Washington on Thursday at 4:00 pm MT and Washington State on Sunday at 7:00 pm MT.
Denver men’s soccer moved to 2-0 with a last-minute road win against Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Sunday night. Denver’s Ian Smith delivered the game-winner in the 85th minute to break the 1-1 deadlock and send DU home with a 2-1 victory.
𝐋𝐞𝐟𝐭 𝐈𝐭 𝐋𝐚𝐭𝐞:
Ian Smith's winner Sunday was Denver's latest game-winning goal since @KortFord's tally in the 2016 @NCAASoccer Quarterfinal at Clemson.#GoPios https://t.co/WjIP5AXXbe pic.twitter.com/KP44kxG8Aw
— Denver MSoccer (@DU_MSoccer) August 29, 2022
Next up for the men’s soccer team is a Friday match at 5:30 pm MT against traditional powerhouse Maryland in College Park.
Denver volleyball (0-3) traveled to Boulder to open the season at the Buffalo invitational. The Pioneers were swept by Green Bay (3-1), Western Michigan (3-1) and CU (3-2). The new look Pioneers got their feet underneath them against the Buffs. Denver held the lead in the fourth set but could not hold off the charging Buffs (25-23) before dropping the final set 15-9. Hailey Green and Jordan Lockwood showed a powerful 1-2 punch for the Pioneers with a combined 78 kills during the three matches.
The Pioneers return to Hamilton Gym and their home opener in the Denver Invitational. DU takes on Portland on Thursday at 6:00 pm MT before facing Butler on Friday at 7:00 and Hofstra on Saturday at 6:00 pm.