Men's Soccer


Kyle  Morlack
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Kyle Morlack

RS Senior

Goodyear, Ariz.

High School:
Millennium High School

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 158


SC Del Sol Armstrong

Career to Date:
Made 56 career appearances, including 19 in his senior season…Scored four goals in his career, including three in his freshman season in 2013. Played 2027 minutes in his Pioneer career.

Played in 19 matches, starting 12 of them on the wings of Denver’s midfield…Scored the opener in Denver’s 3-1 win at Fort Wayne (10/14)…Assisted Andre Shinyashiki’s opener in Denver’s 3-1 season opening win against No. 23 Florida Gulf Coast (8/25).

Saw action in 13 matches as a substitute, playing 205 minutes, including eight in the NCAA Quarterfinal at No. 3 Clemson.

Appeared in six matches making one start… Played 156 minutes

Missed entire season with an injury suffered in the preseason.

Played 18 of the Pioneers 20 matches, starting five...Recorded eight points off three goals and an assist...Scored game-winning goal at Fort Wayne (10/5)...Placed 52.6% of his shots on goal (10-of-19)...The Summit League All-Newcomer Team.

Before Denver:
Second Team All-Arizona selection after his sophomore season at Millennium High School...All-Region pick in 2010 and 2011...Named to First Team-All Region squad the same year...Plays for SC del Sol in Arizona, a side that he captained from 2007-12...Also captained the Arizona 94 ODP Team from 2009-10...Won the State Cup and Regional Championship four times between 2009 and 2012.


Born Nov. 13, 1994 in Phoenix, Ariz...Son of Tracy and Karen Morlack...Has one sister, Cara...Hopes to one day play professional soccer or advance in the business world after college...Chose Denver because he really likes the campus and the city of Denver...Also recruited by Wright State, Air Force, New Mexico and Seattle.

Colavecchia on Morlack:
"Kyle is a tremendously dedicated and technical player. He is the type of player that teams are built around. He is central midfielder that always wants the ball no matter how much pressure he is under when receiving the ball. He is also very good at taking free kicks and corners, which often separates the teams at the highest levels. Without the ball, his work rate and attitude to defend is what makes him such a good all-round player. He also possesses and demonstrates excellent team leadership as the captain of the under-18 SC Del Sol team. Denver has signed a good team player”



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