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Offensive Statistics |------------SHOTS------------| Season GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT ------------------------------------------------------- 2003 16-15 6 3 15 38 .158 20 .526 3 1-2 2002 16-14 2 1 5 15 .133 11 .733 1 0-0
2001: Played in 13 matches, starting nine while anchoring the Mountain Lions... defense from the sweeper position...Had an assist in a 3-2 victory over St. Edwards on October 6.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Spring: Played in Norway's third Division for Andalsnes IF as a high-level amateur for two years... Played 11 games in 2001, starting 10, and scored a goal in AIF's 4-0 win over Sunndal... Prior to AIF, played three seasons in the Norwegian Second Division... Played on a division champion I 1994.
Personal: Majoring in Finance with a minor in Management... Has an associates degree in Business from Molde College in Norway... Loves skiing and has competed in the F.I.S World Cup in telemark skiing...Parents are Finn and Liv Kristiseter...Born February 27, 1978.
Stories featuring Martin Kristiseter
|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.|
|October 20, 2003||Overtime win is no joke||The joker was wild for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Monday at Sand Creek Stadium. Itâ€™s a good thing, too, because the joke was very nearly on the Mountain Lions.|
|October 19, 2003||Soccer team has high playoff aspirations||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team needed a big week to put itself into position to qualify for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs in early November. After Sundayâ€™s 2-1 victory over the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves completed a three-win week â€“ all against RMAC opponents - the Mountain Lions may need to set their goals a little higher.|
|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 21, 2003||Fort Lewis tops Lions in second overtime||For a moment, everything but the ball was frozen in time as if all of Durango, Co., had been suspended when the game clock hit 57 seconds.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|