Kern, Collins named to all-RMAC teams
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Goalkeeper Amie Kern named first team all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the conference announced Wednesday.
Mid-fielder/Defender Ashley Collins named third team all-RMAC.
Kern was the RMAC defensive player of the week three times during this past season. She started all nineteen of the Mountain Lionsâ€TM games, racked up 150 saves, and had an impressive save percentage of .833.
Collins controlled the midfield for the first half of the season for UCCS. Then, due to injuries to many of the defenders, she moved to the stopper position where she was the first line of defense against the opposing teamâ€TMs attack. She had two goals and one assist this season.
2008 All-RMAC First Team
*Nicole Cito, Metro State SR D 5-6 Littleton, Colo
Kayla Mitchell, Colorado Mines JR F 5-3 Ontario, Ore.
*Carter Cornett , Regis SR F 5-9 Edmond, Okla.
Jamie MacArthur, Fort Lewis JR MF 5-3 Albuquerque, N.M.
Becca Mays, Metro State JR F 5-8 San Antonio, Tex.
Jen Thomas, Metro State JR F 5-3 Aurora, Colo.
Liz Oba, Colorado Mines SO MF 5-5 Pueblo, Colo.
Amie Kern, UCCS SR GK 5-10 Saylorsburg, Penn.
Maddie Stephens, Fort Lewis SR D 5-5 Dolores, Colo.
Marli Martin, CSU-Pueblo SR MF 5-7 West Jordan, Utah
Deborah Vigil, Mesa State SR D 5-7 Orem, Utah
*-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
Jordan Miller, Regis FR F 5-9 Santa Fe, N.M.
Nichole Kluk, Fort Lewis JR F 5-7 Los Alamos, N.M.
Daniela Ramirez, Mesa State SO F 5-3 Rupert, Idaho
Vanessa Mais, Metro State SR MF 5-4 High. Ranch, Colo.
Jaimie Stephenson, Metro State SR MF 5-7 Glendale, Ariz.
Kim Secrest, Colorado Christian SR F 5-5 Los Alamos, N.M.
Heidi Boersma, Regis JR D 5-6 Littleton, Colo.
Lexi Tagen, Regis JR MF 5-5 Manitou Sprgs, Colo.
Rikki Warmack, CSU-Pueblo JR MF 5-6 Pueblo, Colo.
Ginny Maddox, Fort Lewis SR MF 5-1 Longmont, Colo.
Sarah Deziel, CSU-Pueblo SO MF 5-5 Eau Claire, Wis.
2008 All-RMAC Third Team
Bri Schulze, Colorado Mines SO GK 5-8 Centennial, Colo.
Beccah Drennan, CSU-Pueblo JR MF 5-6 Fountain, Colo.
Kelsey Lang, Colorado Mines SO D 5-9 Colo. Springs, Colo.
Alyssa Michel, Mesa State FR F 5-7 Bellingham, Wash.
Lorin Anderson, Fort Lewis JR MF 5-0 Durango, Colo.
Diane Wetzel, Colorado Mines SR MF 5-5 Villa Park, Calif.
Monica Vasquez, N.M. Highlands SR F 5-1 Hollister, Calif.
Ashley Collins, UCCS JR MF 5-6 Honolulu, Hawaii
Becca Maloney, Metro State JR GK 5-6 Colo. Springs, Colo.
Erika Shisler, Fort Lewis SO MF 5-3 Durango, Colo.
Kira Brennan, Mesa State JR MF 5-5 Broomfield, Colo.
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