WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 16: Luis Zapata #21 of the Colorado Rapids controls the ball against Daniel Woolard #21 of D.C. United at RFK Stadium on May 16, 2012 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Ned Dishman/Getty Images)
2 Total Updates since May 20, 2012
12 months ago Update 0 comments
Following a draw with Sporting Kansas City over the weekend, the Colorado Rapids (5-6-1 overall) find themselves in fifth place in the Western Conference. The Rapids are two points behind fourth place Vancouver and 10 behind first place Real Salt Lake.
1. Real Salt Lake (26 points)
2. San Jose Earthquakes (24)
3. Seattle Sounders FC (23)
4. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (18)
5. Colorado Rapids (16)
6. Chivas USA (13)
7. FC Dallas (13)
8. Portland Timbers (12)
9. LA Galaxy (11)
The Rapids return to the pitch on Saturday, May 26, for a home game against the Montreal Impact (3-6-3). Altitude will have the television coverage of that one.
about 1 year ago Update 0 comments
The Colorado Rapids didn't exactly start Saturday's match vs. Sporting Kansas City down 2-0, but after allowing two goals in the first 14 minutes, they might as well have. Both goals came from the foot of Sporting K.C.'s Teal Bunbury, and all things considered, the fact that Rapids came back to achieve a 2-2 tie could almost be considered something close to a victory.