Hall named first-team All-RMAC, Preble named All-RMAC third team

By Doug Fitzgerald & Eric Danner published November 5, 2009

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defender Lauren Hall was named first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Wednesday. Teammate Kristin Preble was named to the All-RMAC third team.

The Mountain Lions' best defender, Hall was always assigned to mark the opposing team's most dangerous scorer. In addition to her defensive duties, Hall scored two goals and had an assist while starting all 17 of UCCS' matches.

Preble was the Mountain Lions' leading scorer this past season with three goals and two assists.

The 11 head women's soccer coaches in the RMAC chose the all-conference teams (coaches cannot vote for their own players). The first team requires three forwards, three midfielders, three defenders, a goalkeeper and one at-large position. The second and third teams are regardless of position.

Kayla Mitchell of Colorado Mines was named the 2009 RMAC Player of the Year. Mitchell leads the RMAC with 27 goals and 61 points.

Nichole Kluk of Fort Lewis is the 2009 RMAC Defensive Player of the Year. She is the first student-athlete from FLC to earn Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Marissa Davis of Regis is the RMAC Freshman of the Year. She is the fifth Ranger to earn this award since it began in 1996. Last year, Jordan Miller of Regis was Freshman of the Year.

Damian Clarke of Fort Lewis is the RMAC Women's Soccer Coach of the Year. This is the first time Clarke has earned this award. Jaymee Stone (Carozza) of Fort Lewis was named Coach of the Year in 1999.

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