Rocky Mountain Division

Thursday, December 8, 2011

BLizzard Warning to Remain in Effect for 2011-12 Season

Severe Weather Warning : There is a  Blizzard coming to Fort Collins this Saturday. Doppler Radar indicates a 2x defending Rocky Mountain Champion, Colorado Blizzard, is fast approaching.  

" We are looking forward to getting our season under way as we have made some very strong off -season changes to the team that I feel will make us even stronger then we have ever been. Building on our 10 former Professional Arena Soccer League players that make up the core of our team. " Coach Wells

Colorado Lightning:
Michael Archuleta*, Clayton Zelin,

Detroit Waza Flo Pro:
Jon Dzuba,*

Denver Dynamite:
Captain Jimmy Wade, John Molet, Jesse Black, Ryan Creager, Brian Contreras, Kelly Robinson and former  National Arena Soccer Team Goal Keeper Justin Dzuba.
*Also signed  with the Denver Dynamite.

Coach Wells continues, "With this number of veteran players and the addition of some of our younger skillful players and our new style of play we are looking to make a run at the National Title this year in San Diego. We are also looking forward to the addition of the Dynamite to our already strong division and the competition will surely be epic every time we play them. However, our first goal begins this weekend with our cross state rival, FC Fury.   See you all at the Arena and as always, " First You Must Love the Game"."

Returning Players:

Udobong Obotette (Nigeria), Yves Chinje (Cameroon), Eric Goldberg (UCCS), Colton Briscoe (UCCS), Andrew McPherson (Bethany College).

New additions:

Joel Trainer (Indiana Wesleyan University), Mitch Lobdell (Indiana Wesleyan University), Matt Friesen (UCCS), Greg Hubbard (Colorado State University), Pat Dwyer (Colorado Springs).

Reloaded and ready for action, the Colorado Blizzard are looking forward to getting the season off to a good start versus their cross State Rivals the Fury.  Since 2007, when the Rocky Mountain Division of the Premier Arena Soccer League came into existence, 2-3 teams have always found them self near the top of the PASL table and this season looks to prove no different.  The Colorado Blizzard sincerely hopes that Soccer Fanatics will come out in great numbers this season to see all of the teams play some really fast paced, exciting Indoor Soccer.

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