Nick Rimando - 6.5 A goal got past him on a defensive breakdown, but he did have six saves.
Chris Wingert - 5 Wingert was having a hard time getting into the attack, but his defense was solid. After their goal, Colorado didn’t see too much in the way of clear chances.
Justen Glad - 6.5 Glad played smart in high pressure situations. We will definitely look back on this year as the season when Justen Glad came into his own and solidified a starting spot.
Jamison Olave - 6 Another game, another good performance from Olave. We even saw a few Colorado attackers get Olave’d just like the old days.
Demar Phillips - 7 Demar was fantastic in the attack and very clean on defense. He picked up another assist and is now second on the team in that category, ahead of many of the other play makers.
Luke Mulholland - 5.5 A relatively quiet game for Mulholland among many good games. He is surely giving Cassar a headache when Sunny returns.
Javier Morales - 6.5 Morales had plenty of key passes that put RSL in great chances to score.
Kyle Beckerman - 6 It is clear that when Beckerman is on the field, the opposition has a much more difficult time scoring the ball. That was the case against Colorado.
Juan Manuel Martinez - 6.5 Against Colorado, we may have witnessed a return to form for Burrito. He was slicing and dicing the defense and creating chances out of nothing.
Joao Plata - 6.5 Plata picked up his 10th assist of the season against Colorado. He has a great ability to facilitate for his fellow forwards.
Yura Movsisyan - 8 Yura could have had the hat trick if he made his penalty, sure. But his effect on this game was massive with two very good goals and palpable determination to fuel another comeback.
Olmes Garcia - 5 Garcia saw 14 minutes but didn’t have much to show for it, largely because there was a bit more focus on defending as the game went on.
Jordan Allen - N/A
Chris Schuler - N/A