Tominello Scores as No. 11 UCCS Falls to Regis
DENVER, Colo. - Brooke Tominello scored for the second time in the last three games with an equalizing shot early in the second half, but Regis added a goal four minutes later in a 2-1 decision against the No. 11 University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team this afternoon in Denver.
The Mountain Lions surrendered the first goal in a game for the first time this season in the 34th minute. Regis held on to the 1-0 lead at halftime, but Tominello tied the game in the 48th minute off a pass by Hannah Rather.
The Rangers scored again quickly in the 52nd minute to close out the scoring for the game. Kelly Schroeder made three of her five saves during the remaining 38 minutes of the game.
The UCCS offense recorded 80 percent of its shots on goal with the shooting spread among five players. The
Up Next: The Mountain Lions travel to No. 14 Fort Lewis for a 1 p.m. contest in Durango, Colo. The Skyhawks are coming off of 4-1 win over Adams State from today.
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