UCCS falls to Regis
DENVER â€" Mike Masonâ€TMs goal was not enough as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs fell 4-1 to the Regis Rangers Friday afternoon at Regis Field.
With the loss UCCS fell to 4-10-2, 2-8-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Rangers moved to 7-6-2, 6-3-2 RMAC.
Nathan Kafer got the first goal for Regis on a rebound after a save by Mountain Lions Adam Liszewski with 5:40 remaining in the first half.
The start of the second half, UCCS came back to tie it with a goal by Mason 5:14 into the half.
Less than two minutes later, Kyle Emge scored the second goal for the Rangers off a double assist by Chris Camp and Ben Buhler.
Kafer got his second goal of the game by a pass from Buhler to put Regis a head 3-1 with 28:18 remaining in the game.
Jordan Brandel got the final Rangers goal off a free kick with 2:05 remaining in the game.
Wally Fink (4-4-2) earned the win with five saves, while Liszeski (4-7-2) took the loss with three saves.
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