Mountain Lions Finish Season Eighth in Coaches Regional Poll
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team (13-4-2) finished its best season in program history ranked eighth in the final Continental Tire National Soccer Coaches Association of America South Central Region poll.
The Mountain Lions finished their season with the most wins in program history and in their first home RMAC playoff game. UCCS was nationally ranked for the first time in program history and won nine home games this season after a 6-0 home start to the season.
Kelly Schroeder was named the RMAC Goalkeeper of the Year on defense, while Agnes Arnadottir set the program record for with 25 points on offense.
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