Saenz Named Second Team All-Region
UCCS junior, Julia Saenz was named Daktronics second-team All-Central Region on Wednesday. Saenz led the Women's Soccer team in points with 24 that came off of 7 goals and a team high 10 assists. Those numbers rank her second in the RMAC for assists, third in points, and tied for eighth in goals.
Julissa Rodriguez from New Mexico Highlands was named the player of the year. Others to join her with first team honors are: Jordan Miller from Regis, Fort Lewis' Hayley Hollenga, Ashlee Ellefsen from Bemidji State, Megan Woodworth from Colorado Mines, Metro State's Madison McQuilliams, Anna Evans from Colorado Mines, Erika Shisler from Fort Lewis, Minnesota-Duluth's Maria Leider, Nicole Renko from Metro State, Jessica Stark from Colorado Mines, Reegan Lloyd from Minnesota-Duluth, and Anna Belpedio of Winona State.
Six of the first-teamers are seniors which leaves plenty of room for Mountain Lions to move into the ranks. UCCS will have ten returning seniors next year including Saenz and team goal leader, Kristin Preble who will be hungry for a great season and great success.
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|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.|