Arnadottir Leads Three Mountain Lions on All-RMAC Teams
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Agnes Arnadottir, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs all-time leading scorer, led the Mountain Lions with a First Team selection to the 2013 All-RMAC teams announced this afternoon. Hannah Levett earned a spot on the Second Team and goalkeeper Kelly Schroeder was a Third Team honoree.
Arnadottir is leading UCCS with eight goals and 17 points this season and holds UCCS career records in goals scored, goals per game, total points, points per game, game-winning goals, total shots, shots per game and total shots on goal. She was an All-RMAC Second Team selection as a junior last season and became the first student-athlete in program history to earn a spot on the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District First Team.
Levett is on the RMAC Second Team for the second straight season with seven goals and 15 points for the Mountain Lions in 2013. She ranks second behind Arnadottir in career points per game and game-winning goals. Levett was also a member of the RMAC All-Academic First Team this season.
Schroeder ranks seventh in RMAC career records with 21 shutouts. She is making her second straight appearance on the all-conference teams and is a three-time RMAC Defensive Player of the Week in the last two years.
The Mountain Lions begin the postseason on Wednesday in the RMAC Tournament opening round. UCCS takes on Fort Lewis at 2:30 p.m., in Durango, Colo.
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