Kevin Noleen sets school record with four goals as CU-Colorado Springs blanks Concordia College 5-0

By Jerry Cross published October 22, 1999

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Senior Kevin Noleen set a school record with four goals in one game to lead CU-Colorado Springs to a 5-0 victory Friday over Concordia College at 4-Diamond Complex. Noleen also became the first player in CU-Colorado Springs history to reach the 100-point plateay in a career, he now has 104.

Noleen, a product of Air Academy High School in Colorado Springs, scored in the 17th minute, then added two more within the final four minutes of the first half, both on assists from Adrian Marrero. After freshman James Bisgard scored the first goal of his collegiate career, Noleen notched his fourth of the game in the 73rd minute.

The Mountain Lions dominated play for the entire game, outshooting Concordia 24-3 and improving their record to 10-5 this season. Concordia dropped to 8-8-1.

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