Soccer: Six Mountain Lions named to RMAC all-academic team
COLORADO SPRINGS -- University of Colorado at Colorado Springs sophomore Bryan Stoeber has been selected to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's first-team all-academic soccer team.
Juniors Jeff Bettner and Jeff Gerali, along with Sophomore Tristan Robinson were named to the second team all-academic soccer team.
Sophomores Alexander Gino and Jeff Poburka made the Honor Roll.
The RMAC is recognizing first and second team all-academic soccer teams for the first time in the conference's history. To be recognized to the first or second all-academic soccer team the athlete/student must: be a starter or key reserve, have a 3.2 or above GPA, complete two semesters prior to the beginning of the soccer season, and be selected by the RMAC's Sports Information Directors.
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