Season in Review
2022 Season Review: Gyasi Zardes
Zardes scored nine goals and assisted twice during his one season in Burgundy.
2022 Season Review: William Yarbrough
He didn’t make the same match-winning saves that supporters came to expect following 2021.
2022 Season Review: Darren Yapi
Yapi had a productive year with Rapids 2 and got his feet wet in MLS for the first time in 2022.
2022 Season Review: Danny Wilson
Wilson took a step back after a great 2021 season.
2022 Season Review: Collen Warner
The Rapids waived Warner at the end of 2022 following the Colorado native’s three-year stint in Burgundy as a veteran presence in the club’s midfield.
2022 Season Review: Gustavo Vallecilla
The Rapids’ costly Trusty replacement struggled to earn first team starts and didn’t impress during his limited minutes.
2022 Season Review: Auston Trusty
The defender had an up-and-down time with the Rapids during his half-season loan back to the club.
2022 Season Review: Jackson Travis
Travis underwent season-ending surgery to repair a core muscle after playing in seven matches for Rapids 2.
2022 Season Review: Dantouma Toure
Toure was on the verge of a breaking out for the first team when he tore his ACL
2022 Season Review: Andre Shinyashiki
Colorado traded the 2019 Rookie of the Year to Charlotte FC after three years of service.
2022 Season Review: Diego Rubio
Rubio had the greatest regular season for an individual forward in club history.
2022 Season Review: Keegan Rosenberry
The club’s resident Iron Man still did a lot of things right for the side in 2022.
2022 Season Review: Abraham Rodriguez
Rodriguez had an up-and-down year as the primary goalkeeper for Rapids 2.
2022 Season Review: Ralph Priso
Priso couldn’t break into the first team after arriving from Toronto in the summer.
2022 Season Review: Jack Price
A string of nagging injuries kept the captain sidelined for most of the year.
2022 Season Review: Sam Nicholson
Nicholson’s first season back in the Rocky Mountains showed a noticeable regression.
2022 Season Review: Drew Moor
Moor capped off an historic career with one final season as the Rapids’ dedicated defensive closer.
2022 Season Review: Nicolás Mezquida
Mezquida and the Rapids finally parted ways when the 30-year-old joined Greece’s Volos FC.
2022 Season Review: Philip Mayaka
Mayaka never saw the field for the Rapids first team in his two seasons with the club and leaves as a bust.
2022 Season Review: Max
Colorado’s marquee off-season acquisition struggled during most of his appearances
2022 Season Review: Anthony Markanich
Markanich impressed on the defensive side of the ball with Rapids 2 in 2022.
2022 Season Review: Jonathan Lewis
Lewis failed to build upon an impressive 2021 campaign.
2022 Season Review: Oliver Larraz
Larraz missed all of 2022 after breaking his leg in preseason.
2022 Season Review: Aboubacar Keita
The youngster tore his ACL in preseason and didn’t feature at all for Colorado in 2022.
2022 Season Review: Mark-Anthony Kaye
The Rapids sold the Canadian International on a high after the club fell down the table.
2022 Season Review: Clint Irwin
Irwin shipped two goals in his lone first team appearance in 2022 and concluded his second stint with the club.
2022 Season Review: Braian Galván
The Argentine suffered a brutal injury in preseason and had to watch every match from the sidelines
2022 Season Review: Lucas Esteves
Colorado justifiably passed on the chance to bring him back for 2023.
2022 Season Review: Cole Bassett
Bassett struggled for minutes during two loan stints with Dutch clubs in 2022.
2022 Season Review: Michael Barrios
The Colombian winger failed to replicate his 2021 form in his second season with the Rapids.
2022 Season Review: Sebastian Anderson
Anderson played 21 games across loan stints with Rapids 2 and the Switchbacks.
2022 Season Review: Steven Beitashour
Beitashour proved to be a valuable veteran backup.
Futility watch: @ColoradoRapids— cinhosa (@cinhosa) July 15, 2018
* On pace for 29 points - worst ever in franchise history
* 21st in GS
* 19th in GD
* 14th in GA #RapidsWay #AttractiveSoccer #AttackingSoccer #Rapids96#HudsonOut #SmithOut pic.twitter.com/8b7LAWhGks
Seems to be a little discrepancy in salaries...Howard drives a Range Rover, Badji a golf cart. #rapids96 #FreeAigner pic.twitter.com/klxXM2wWjS— Galen Quinn (@GalenQuinn) May 28, 2018
This is my new friend Thomas. He is 17 and a fighter. He was originally diagnosed with a tic disorder as an infant, and was officially diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome when he was 7. Thomas is an inspiration to me, and I am lucky to have a fan like him. #HowardsHeroes pic.twitter.com/C3VAuOsLdq— Tim Howard (@TimHowardGK) May 14, 2018