Schroeder Named RMAC Goalkeeper of the Year
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - A record-setting season for Kelly Schroeder resulted in her earning RMAC Goalkeeper of the Year honors from the conference coaches today in the 2012 RMAC Women's Soccer Postseason Awards. Schroeder also became the second University of Colorado Colorado Springs goalkeeper on the RMAC First Team since the program was established in 2008.
Schroeder finished with a RMAC-best eight shutouts and her .876 save percentage ranked No. 13 in Division II. She is eighth in the RMAC career records with 14 shutouts in her career. Schroeder was a two-time RMAC Defensive Player of the Week during the season.
Joining Schroeder on All RMAC teams were forwards Agnes Arnadottir and Hannah Levett on the Second Team. Arnadottir set the season record for most points in a season with 25 and tied the goals scored record with nine. She also scored in five straight games near the end of the season.
Levett was second on the team in points and tied for the team lead with Arnadottir with seven assists. She is tied for second in the UCCS career assists records and her 23 career points is third in UCCS history.
The three Mountain Lions on the All-RMAC teams in a single season is the most in program history. UCCS finished with the best record in the five-year history of the program with a 13-4-2 overall record.
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