Colorado Rush legend Conor Casey can add another award to his trophy cabinet as he was inducted into the Colorado Soccer Association Hall of Fame at the CSA Annual Awards Ceremony.
Casey, who is the all time leading scorer in the history of the Colorado Rapids, and has recently been named as the Assistant Coach for the 2017 season, announced his retirement from playing in October.
As a youth player for the Rush, Conor was a key part of the 80/81 Colorado Rush team that won multiple State Cups and two Region IV titles.
Conor had a decorated pro career including a six-year career in Germany, 54 goals scored with the Rapids and being named the MLS Cup MVP in 2010. Perhaps Casey’s biggest soccer moment came in the 3-2 win for the USMNT over Honduras in 2009 that clinched a World Cup birth to the 2010 tournament in South Africa.
Congratulations Conor on a terrific career and best of luck this season as you begin your coaching career.