CCC junior midfielder Kasy Sidor, a 2-year captain from Delta, Colorado has recently been selected to play this summer for the Ogden Outlaws of the USL/PDL. Despite being plagued by injuries the past 2-seasons, Kasey has continued to be a leader and in some respects single handily responsible for the programs recent run of success. As a freshman Kasey earned 15 appearances, starting in 12. His sophomore campaign got off to a strong start logging 2 goals and 2 assists in 9 games as a defensive center-mid. However, he was forced to sit out the majority of the season with a broken hand and red-shirted this past season after a Liz Frank injury in the final pre-season scrimmage v. Johnson County Community College.
The Ogden Outlaws are a part of the United States Soccer League (USL) and Premier Development League (PDL). The organization was founded in 2006 and competed in the Northwest division. However, in 2009 the league was restructured with a new conference alignment and the Outlaws joined the Southwest Division of the Western Conference, primarily facing team in Southern California. While the Outlaws did not qualify for post-season play in 2011 they did end the season on a 4-game winning streak and look to continue that success in the 2012 campaign. You can follow Kasey's success at http://www.ogdenoutlaws.com/2012-schedule-released/.