Preble Named RMAC All-Academic First Team
UCCS junior, Kristin Preble and seven teammates were honored on Tuesday when the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced its All-Academic teams for the 2010 women's soccer season.
Preble was the lone Mountain Lion to make the cut for RMAC All-Academic first team. She is a Sports Management major and recorded a 3.96 GPA to go along with her four goals and four assists this season.
Three UCCS players made the second team; Josi Talbot, Brianna Guzzardo, and Lindsey Link. Talbot, a Biology/Secondary Ed. Major, has three goals and two assists this year and a 3.66 GPA. Guzzardo has a 3.88 GPA, is majoring in Business Accounting, and has started every game this year for UCCS. Link has scored two goals this year and has a 3.7 GPA as a Nursing major.
Four more Mountain Lions got the nod for the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. They are: Jennifer Joern with her 3.45 GPA in Environmental Studies, McKenzie Genin with her 3.95 in Mechanical Engineering, Jenna Lubiencki with a 3.67 GPA, and Kendra Spooner who is majoring in business with a 3.3 GPA.
UCCS Players/Staff Featured
|Additional News Stories|
|November 16, 2010||Saenz Named Second Team All-Region||UCCS junior, Julia Saenz was named Daktronics second-team All-Central Region on Wednesday.|
|November 3, 2010||Playoff loss to New Mexico Highlands ends season for UCCS||On Tuesday, Julissa Rodriguez was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference player of the year.|
|November 3, 2010||Saenz named second-team All-RMAC||Julia Saenz was the only member of the playoff-bound University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's soccer team to be named to the 2010 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, which were released Tuesday.|
|October 31, 2010||Mountain Lions home schedule comes to disappointing end||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs lost 2-1 to Mesa State in double overtime in their last regular season game of the season.|
|October 29, 2010||UCCS locks up playoff Berth with 4-2 win||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs locked up a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs Friday evening, with a 4-2 victory over conference foe Nebraska-Kearney.|