Rather and Levett Earn RMAC All-Academic Honors

By Bryan Forget published October 10, 2012

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Hannah Rather and Hannah Levett, the leading scorers for the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer teams, were both named to RMAC All-Academic teams announced by the conference office late Tuesday afternoon. Rather earned First Team All-Academic honors while Levett earned a spot on the Second Team.

Student-athletes needed a 3.30 grade point average, be enrolled at their current institution for at least two semesters and be considered a starter or key reserve. The first and second teams were selected by a vote of the conference sports information directors at institutions that sponsor women's soccer.

Rather carries a 3.98 grade point average in engineering. She scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the first UCCS victory against Fort Lewis earlier this season, and scored two goals against West Texas A&M. Rather is seventh in program records for career points and is tied withLevett for fifth in career goals.

Levett has a 3.81 grade point average in sport management. She scored the game-winning goals against West Texas A&M and Saint Martin's and leads UCCS in assists. Levett ranks third in program records for career assists and fifth in career points.

Annick Pearson, Hope Whitman, Calli Brody, McKenzie Genin, Jenna Lubieniecki, Ashley Hooper and Agnes Arnadottir were named to the Honor Roll after meeting the qualifications. The seven Honor Roll selections are the most for the Mountain Lions in program history.

UCCS will wrap up the regular season home schedule this weekend with a Friday night against Adams State and a Sunday morning game with Colorado State-Pueblo.

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