DU men’s soccer (3-0-1) re-entered the Top 25 earlier in the week and traveled east to face a Top 10 side, #9/13 Maryland, and a Top 25 Side in #19/9 Georgetown. Denver emerged with a win against the University of Maryland, propelled by two first-half goals in front of 3,000+ fans. The Pios then traveled to Georgetown to complete the east coast swing, overcoming a 1-0 deficit to earn a 1-1 road draw. Sophomore Jason Belloli scored the equalizer in the first half to earn the draw at Georgetown.
The Pioneers top the Terps ‼️
— NCAA Soccer (@NCAASoccer) September 3, 2022
Next up for DU are a pair of matches in Southern California against UC San Diego Friday at 8:00 pm MT and San Diego State on Sunday at 8:00 pm MT.
DU women’s soccer (2-3-1) had a challenging road trip west to face Eastern Washington and Washington State. The Pioneers dropped both matches, 1-0 and 4-2, respectively. DU controlled the pace of play against the Eagles in the narrow loss. A three-goal first-half outburst by the Cougars all but sealed the second game.
DU women’s soccer travels west to face San Jose State on Thursday at 5:30 pm MT and faces Colorado State in Fort Collins next Sunday at 3:00 pm MT.
Denver volleyball (3-3) swept the Denver Invitational Tournament at Hamilton Gymnasium. The Pioneers took down Portland (3-1), Butler (3-0), and Hofstra (3-1) in the weekend sweep. Libero Gianna Bartolo stabilized the middle and Denver displayed a deep front line during the tournament.
Next up for Denver is a trip to Austin to play UC Davis at 3:00 pm MT on Thursday and a 1:00 pm match against #1 Texas on Friday.
Denver Athletics posted an excellent interview with head volleyball coach Tom Hogan and his battle against testicular cancer.
— Denver Volleyball (@DU_Volleyball) September 1, 2022
Denver Triathlon swept the podium at the Southern Hills Triathlon, finishing with seven athletes in the top 12 and had all five of its scorers place inside the top 10.