Watch the Playoff Games at Clyde's
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - University of Colorado Colorado Springs fans who aren't able to make it to Fort Lewis or Colorado Mesa for the opening round games of the 2013 Men's and Women's Soccer Tournaments can watch the games for free at Clyde's, located on the lower level of the University Center on campus.
The game will be available on the big screen in Clyde's and on additional screens if needed. The restaurant will open with the full menu for both games.
The sixth-seeded UCCS women will take on No. 3 seed Fort Lewis at 2:30 p.m., in Durango, Colo. Both teams won by 2-0 victories on the road. The winner will take on second-seeded Metro State at 6:30 p.m., on Friday in Golden, Colo.
The No. 6 seed Mountain Lion men will face No. 3 seed Colorado Mesa at 6 p.m., in Grand Junction, Colo. Both teams played to a pair of ties this season, with a 1-1 matchup in Grand Junction and a 0-0 finish in Colorado Springs. The winner will take on second-seeded Colorado Mines at 11 a.m., on Friday in Denver, Colo.
Fans who can't make it to Clyde's or to the games can still watch the game online through America One Sports and through live stats from each school's sports information office.
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