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Offensive Statistics |------------SHOTS------------| Season GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT ------------------------------------------------------- 2003 17-17 9 5 23 73 .123 38 .521 4 0-0 2002 12-9 7 4 18 37 .189 17 .459 2 0-0 Goalkeeping Statistics |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| Season GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho ---------------------------------------------------------------
2002: Played in 12 matches ... Was named All-RMAC First-Team ... Led the team and was fifth in the conference in points with 20 ... He scored eight goals and had four assists ... Scored two goals, the last of which was the game winner against Southern Colorado on Oct. 15 ... Scored the game winning goal at Metro State in Oct. 18.
2001: Played in four matches, starting three before missing the remainder of the season due to a knee injury ... Scored his lone goal of the season, a game winner, against Southern Colorado on Aug 24 01.
2000: Named the team's most improved player for the second consecutive year ... Has developed into one of the RMAC's most effective forwards ... Second on the team with 10 points and tied for second with four goals ... Plays good positional soccer and has an innate sense for playing into space ... Point total is more impressive when you consider that he started only 12 games and missed three altogether (two to injury, one to a red card).
1999: Played in 19 games, most of them off the bench ... Named team's Most Improved Player
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: First-team all-conference and honorable mention all-State selection ... Team captain ... Finished third in the state in total scoring as a senior, and second in goals ... Led team to state semifinals with club team Denver Kickers.
Personal: Majoring in Business... Has one brother, Dalyn ... Loves to waterski ... Parents are Dalyn & Dena Blackney...Born April 6, 1981.
Stories featuring Jared Blackney
|April 21, 2009||Alumni game scheduled for Saturday||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs menâ€™s soccer team will welcome back some of the best athletes in school history as the Mountain Lions take on the alumni in the programâ€™s annual alumni game on Saturday, April 25 at 10:30 a.m.|
|September 2, 2004||2004 season preview||In his first season as the coach of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team, Flavio Mazzetti helped the Mountain Lions return to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs and was named RMAC 2003 co-coach of the year. Now, entering his second season, Mazzetti has different expectations.|
|November 11, 2003||Mazzetti named co-coach of the year||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer coach Flavio Mazzetti finished his rookie season by being named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference co-coach of the year. Mazzetti shared the honor with Fort Lewisâ€™ Jeremy Gunn.|
|November 7, 2003||Fort Lewis gorilla won't let Lions go||Thatâ€™s not a monkey clinging to the back of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer program - itâ€™s a gorilla.|
|November 2, 2003||Metro State tops Lions; advances to playoffs||Two second-half goals propelled the Metro State Roadrunners to a 2-1 victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Sunday and into the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs.|
|October 28, 2003||Backup goalie shuts out Mines||Despite playing most of the second half a man down, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions (9-6-0, 7-3-0 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) held on for a 1-0 victory over the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers (7-10-1, 7-3-0) Tuesday at Sand Creek Stadium.|
|October 26, 2003||Loss ends hopes of hosting||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions let their best opportunity to host the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference menâ€™s soccer playoffs slip past them Sunday, losing to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks 2-1 at Sand Creek Stadium.|
|October 17, 2003||Mountain Lions beat Rangers in closing seconds.||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (6-5, 5-2 RMAC) got a huge win on the road Friday defeating the Regis Rangers (8-5-2, 2-3-2) 2-1 in Denver.|
|October 13, 2003||Mountain Lions get nostalgic victory||For veterans of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer program, Mondayâ€™s match against the Colorado Christian Cougars was like looking through an old photo album. But the Mountain Lions certainly arenâ€™t feeling nostalgic, especially after their 3-1 victory.|
|September 27, 2003||Mountain Lions dominant in win||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions got exactly what they needed Saturday night.|
|September 18, 2003||Mountain Lions earn regional ranking||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team rose to the No. 6 spot in the Midwest Region rankings due in large part to its victory over Regis, which was ranked 15th nationally, on Friday, Sept. 12. If the Mountain Lions want to keep, or even improve upon, their ranking, theyâ€™ll have to duplicate that feat.|
|September 14, 2003||Offense lead Lions to third straight victory||Over the past three matches, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs displayed its improving defense. Sunday at Four Diamonds Sports Complex, the offense stole the show.|
|September 12, 2003||Mountain Lions topple No. 15 Regis||Jared Blackney drilled home a deflected shot to give the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs an improbable 2-1 comeback victory over the Regis Rangers Friday at Sand Creek Stadium.|
|September 7, 2003||Soccer earns first win of season||Sunday, the break-in period officially ended.|
|August 21, 2003||Soccer team settled, suited for success||Last year at this point, the menâ€™s soccer team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was in turmoil. The players were doing their best to recall their coach, the now exited Eddy Dietz. Amidst the dysfunction at the onset of the season, wins were hard to come by for the teamâ€”and imminent change was doubtful.|
|November 2, 2002||2002 soccer season recap||A familiar scenario launched the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team into unfamiliar territory when, for the fourth time in the past five years, the Mountain Lions season was ended with a loss to old nemesis Fort Lewis.|
|August 31, 2002||Soccer team settled, suited for success||Last year at this point, the menâ€™s soccer team at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was in turmoil. The players were doing their best to recall their coach, the now exited Eddy Dietz. Amidst the dysfunction at the onset of the season, wins were hard to come by for the teamâ€”and imminent change was doubtful.|