WINDSOR, Colo. — Northern Colorado Hailstorm FC announce that Noah Powder has been re-signed for 2024, pending League and Federation approval.
Powder joined Hailstorm in June and played in 20 matches last season. He scored three goals and providing five assists, which tied for second on the team.
“We knew he had quality when he came in, but it took him a couple months to really get going. Once he did, he was fantastic, took us up another level,” Hailstorm head coach Éamon Zayed said.
Capped 16 times by Trinidad and Tobago, Powder brings experience in both MLS and the USL Championship along with his standout performances for Hailstorm in 2023. His goal from distance against Charlotte Independence in a 4-2 Hailstorm win was nominated for the USL League One Goal of the Year.
After being knocked out in the USL League One semifinals last season, Powder is back in 2024 with just one thing on his mind.
“Become a champion. That should be the goal for all of us,” Powder said.
The home of Northern Colorado Hailstorm FC, 118-acre Future Legends Complex will feature 6,500-seat TicketSocket Park, 2,500-seat Future Legends Field, multiple baseball diamonds, multi-purpose fields, an indoor sports arena, lodging, and retail; and will host guests for major sports leagues, tournaments, events and more.
More information is available at HailstormFC.com and FutureLegendsComplex.com.