Saenz, Preble named to all-RMAC women's soccer team
Julia Saenz and Kristin Preble of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team were named to all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for the 2011 season.
Senior mid-fielder Julia Saenz was selected to the RMAC second team. Saenz started all 18 games in 2011 scoring two goals off of 24 shots on goal along with seven assists.
Senior mid-fielder Kristin Preble was selected to the RMAC third team. Preble started 12 games but played in all 18 games and scored three goals off of 29 shots on goal while contributing one assist.
For the complete all-RMAC women's soccer teams, click here.
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