The Colorado women’s soccer team has added some depth to the midfield, as Shanade Hopcroft has been participating in offseason workouts and is expected to join the Buffs this upcoming spring season.
Hopcroft comes from Division II CU-Colorado Springs, where her 2019 honors included being awarded DII Conference Commissioner’s Association (D2CCA) and United Coaches All-America First Team honors. She was also the RMAC Player of the Year in her lone season in Colorado Springs.
She began her career at Daytona State College, playing two seasons before joining UCCS. Hopcroft led the fifth highest-scoring offense in the nation with 38 points, 13 goals, 12 assists, 84 shots and 39 shots on goal. She broke UCCS records for the most points and assists in a single season, as well as most points, goals and assists by a junior.
Hopcroft will have one year of eligibility with the Buffs.