Mountain Lions Ranked Eighth in Regional Poll
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - After tying the season win record in a 3-0 victory against Colorado State-Pueblo on Sunday, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team (8-2 / 4-2 RMAC) came in at eighth in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America South Central Poll released this morning.
The Mountain Lions stand eighth in the nation in save percentage, No. 16 in shutout percentage and No. 37 in goals-against average. Two-timeRMAC Defensive Player of the Week Kelly Schroeder is also ranked No. 14 in save percentage in the national statistics.On the offensive side, UCCS remains one of the top teams in scoring led by Hannah Rather and Hannah Levett. Both Mountain Lions are ranked among the national leaders in points and goals, with Levett also nationally-ranked in assists.The UCCS women's soccer team will be back in action when they take on Colorado Christian Friday at 7:30 p.m. after the men's soccer game. A win on Friday would break the program season record with nine victories.
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