Bettner, Friesen, and Miley named to all-RMAC soccer team
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Jeff Bettner was named to the first-team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference soccer team, the conference announced Wednesday.
Bettner started in all 19 games for the Mountain Lions this past season and acquired 17 points, seven goals, and three assists.
Freshman Matt Friesen was named third-team all-RMAC along with junior Greg Miley.
Friesen led the team with 20 points, eight goals, and was tied for first on the team with four assists. Miley had 12 points, four goals, and was tied with Friesen with four assists.
Kellen Johnson of Metro State was named RMAC player of the year. Fort Lewisâ€TM Zane Wells was named RMAC defensive player of the year and Tim Hankinson was named RMAC co-coach of the year. Colorado State-Puebloâ€TMs Robert Kinsey was named RMAC freshman of the year and Roy Stanley was named RMAC co-coach of the year.
2008 All-RMAC First Team
*Kellen Johnson, Metro State SR MF 5-8 Litt leton, Colo.
Tom Sett le, Fort Lewis JR MF 5-11 Portsmouth, Eng.
*Ola Sandquist, Metro State SR MF 5-10 Smalandsstenar, Sweden
Fabian Kling, Fort Lewis FR D 6-4 Augsburg, Germany
Zane Wells, Fort Lewis JR GK 6-1 Durango, Colo.
Euan Purcell, Fort Lewis SO F 6-1 Bolton, Eng.
Udobong Obotett e, CSU-Pueblo SR F 5-9 Eugene, Ore.
Robert Kinsey, CSU-Pueblo FR F 5-8 Denver, Colo.
Jeff Bettner, UCCS SR MF 6-0 Phoenix, Ariz.
Gary Cole, Regis SO D 6-0 Englewood, Colo.
Kyle Wood, Fort Lewis SO D 5-9 Albuquerque, N.M.
*-unanimous first team selection
Note - for the first team, coaches selected 3 F, 3 MF, 3 D, 1 GK and one atlarge player. The other teams were regardless of position.
2008 All-RMAC Second Team
Nathan Kafer, Regis SO F 5-7 Erie, Colo.
John Moseley, Colorado Mines JR MF 5-10 Castle Rock, Colo.
Steven Emory, Metro State SO MF 6-2 Fort Collins, Colo.
Tevor Martinet, CSU-Pueblo SR MF 6-1 Pueblo, Colo.
Sterling Copeland, Regis SO F 6-0 Westminster, Colo.
Jason Decker, Colorado Mines SR MF 5-8 Butt e, Mont.
Ted Decker, Colorado Mines JR MF 5-9 Butt e, Mont.
Eric Anderson, Mesa State SR MF 5-10 Smithfield, Utah
Ryan Vickery, Metro State SR GK 6-1 Mesa, Ariz.
Cameron Brown, Colorado Mines SR F 5-9 Monument, Colo.
John Christy, CSU-Pueblo SR D 5-11 Layton, Utah
2008 All-RMAC Third Team
Josh Tinaglia, Mesa State JR GK 6-3 Littleton, Colo.
Matt Friesen, UCCS FR F 5-8 Colo. Springs, Colo.
Pat Laughlin, Metro State JR D 5-10 Scottsdale, Ariz.
Tyler Hambrick, Metro State JR MF 6-0 Northglenn, Colo.
Sam Morris, Fort Lewis JR D 5-10 Blackburn, U.K.
Marco Angelo, Mesa State FR MF 5-8 Sandy, Utah
Jake Jobe, Mesa State SO D 6-4 Missoula, Mont.
Dylan Cook, CSU-Pueblo JR MF 6-0 Albuquerque, N.M.
Drew Werth, Colorado Mines JR MF 6-0 Littleton, Colo.
Greg Miley, UCCS JR MF 5-10 London, England
Mitchell Harty, Colorado Christian JR D 5-10 Fort Collins, Colo.
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