|Posted May 4, 2010|
T-Wolves add alum Creager to coaching staff
CSU-Pueblo's men's soccer program will welcome back one of the finest players in program history, Ryan Creager, to the program in 2010 as an assistant coach.
Creager, who played for the ThunderWolves from 2003-06, was one of the most highly-decorated soccer players in ThunderWolf history. He was a two-time all-Midwest Region first-team selection, and four-time all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference selection, was a team captain for the squad for two seasons. Creager is ranked in the top ten in points and goals scored in CSU-Pueblo history, and helped lead the ThunderWolves to three straight 10-win seasons from 2004-06, the longest streak of double-digit-win seasons in school history.
As a coach, Creager has been the assistant at Pueblo West High School as well as coached in various capacities on youth teams in the Pueblo area. He has also attained his United States Soccer Federation "C" License.
In 2010, Creager will assist head coach Roy Stanley in the day-to-day operations of the men's soccer program. He will be with the program in a volunteer capacity.
"It is great to have an alumnus of the program return to help make our program better," Pack coach Roy Stanley said. "As a player and a team captain, he was always a vocal leader and proved that he could accomplish anything he set his mind to. It will be great to have that enthusiasm return to the CSU-Pueblo men's soccer program."
Creager is a 2006 graduate of CSU-Pueblo.