Jeff Bettner and Isak Tengesdal named to RMAC all-Academic team

By Brooke Babcock published October 15, 2008

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Jeff Bettner and sophomore Isak Tengesdal were both named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference second-team all-Academic soccer team, the conference announced Wednesday.

Junior Jeff Poburka made the honor roll for the Mountain Lions.

Sophomore Lauren Hall took the honor roll for the womanâ€TMs first ever all-Academic soccer team award in program 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.

2008 RMAC Menâ€TMs Soccer First Team All-Academic
Name Yr. Pos. School Hometown GPA Major
*#Trevor Martinet Sr. F CSU-Pueblo Pueblo, Colo. 4.00 Business
*Ola Sandquist Sr. MF Metro State Smalandsstenar, Sweden 3.59 Finance
*Ryan Vickery Jr. GK Metro State Mesa, Ariz. 3.90 Accounting
Jake Jobe So. D Mesa State Missoula, Mont. 3.90 History
John Tinaglia Jr. GK Mesa State Litt leton, Colo. 3.44 Criminal Justice
Cameron Brown Sr. F Colorado Mines Monument, Colo. 3.33 Mining Engineering
Matt Gonzales Jr. MF Regis Albuquerque, N.M. 3.81 Math & Physics
Zane Wells Jr. GK Fort Lewis Durango, Colo. 3.70 Business
Alex Mattevi So. MF Mesa State Loomis, Calif. 3.87 Finance
Nathan Kafer So. F Regis Erie, Colo. 3.30 Bus. Admin. & Finance
Udobong Obotette Sr. F CSU-Pueblo Eugene, Ore. 3.50 Accounting
*- unanimous fi rst team selection. # - 2008 RMAC Menâ€TMs Soccer Academic Player of the Year.

2008 RMAC Womenâ€TMs Soccer First Team All-Academic
Name Yr. Pos. School Hometown GPA Major
*#Kayla Mitchell Jr. F Colorado Mines Ontario, Ore. 3.56 Civil Engineering
*Katrina Hartfield Jr. MF Mesa State Arvada, Colo. 4.00 Nursing
*Rikki Warmack Jr. MF CSU-Pueblo Pueblo, Colo. 3.99 Nursing
*Rebecca Maloney Jr. GK Metro State Colo. Springs, Colo. 3.80 Philosophy
Kim Secrest Sr. F Colorado Christian Los Alamos, NM 3.96 Psychology
Adrea Johnson Jr. MF Colorado Mines High. Ranch, Colo. 4.00 Physics
Michelle Reed Sr. F Adams State Longmont, Colo. 3.78 Chemistry
Diane Wetzel Sr. MF Colorado Mines Villa Park, Calif. 4.00 Geological Engineering
Jessica Stark So. D Colorado Mines Abilene, Texas 3.76 Civil Engineering
Heidi Boersma Jr. D Regis Littleton, Colo. 3.77 Math & Education
Corinne Johnson Sr. D Colorado Mines High. Ranch, Colo. 4.00 Electrical Engineering
* - unanimous first team selection. # - 2008 RMAC Womenâ€TMs Soccer Academic Player of the Year

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