Only one week remains in the regular season for the Denver Pioneers men's soccer team. They've done well for themselves in 2012, securing a spot in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament in Albuquerque, N.M., with a 9-5-3 record, including four wins in their conference.
Denver has been led this season by a powerful offense, which has outscored its opponents by an almost 2-1 ratio every game. Josh Wren has been the biggest contributor to the attacking side of things for the Pios, putting in seven goals and adding four assists. Zach Bolden has been the other key name on the offense, with five goals and eight assists of his own.
They clinched their spot in the MPSF tournament with a 3-0 shutout of UNLV on Sunday. The Pioneers will finish up their regular season against the Air Force Falcons on Saturday before starting up the MPSF tournament on Nov. 8.