Ryan Slaughter

Number7
ClassSr.
PositionF
Height5-11
Weight170
HometownColorado Springs, Colo.
Prev. SchoolPalmer HS

Statistics

Offensive Statistics
                |------------SHOTS------------|
Season   GP-GS   G   A Pts  Sh Shot% SOG  SOG% GW  PK-ATT
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2003     18-18   5   3  13  31  .161  20  .645  1   0-0

Goalkeeping Statistics
              |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----|
Season  GP-GS  Minutes   GA    Avg Saves   Pct   W   L   T  Sho

Notes:

2000:Named second-team all-RMAC in 2000 ... Led the Mountain Lions in scoring with 15 points, goals with six and tied for most assists with three ... Scored both of the team's goals in a 2-0 victory over Colorado Christian on Sept. 13 ... The game vs. Colorado Christian completed a four-game stretch during which Slaughter scored five goals and had an assist (11 points) ... Highest scoring freshman on the team with 10 points (3g, 4a) in 1999 ... Top scoring returner from 1999 ... One of three Lions to score first career goal against Colorado School of Mines ... Started 18 of the 19 games he played.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before CU-Colorado Springs: 1998 Colorado 5A MVP ... First-team all-state selection ... Four-time all-league and all-city honors ... Club team won the Kansas City Invitational, Ft. Logan Invitational and Colorado Foxes Shootout.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Plans to major in Psychology... Enjoys snowboarding, and Ping-Pong ... Has three sisters, Jenn, Steph and Becky, and three brothers, Scott, Juan and Joe ... Parents are Rex & Melissa Slaughter...Born December 26, 1979

Stories featuring Ryan Slaughter

September 2, 20042004 season previewIn 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, 2003Mazzetti named co-coach of the yearUniversity 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 Lewis’ Jeremy Gunn.
November 7, 2003Fort Lewis gorilla won't let Lions goThat’s not a monkey clinging to the back of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer program - it’s a gorilla.
November 2, 2003Metro State tops Lions; advances to playoffsTwo 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 26, 2003Loss ends hopes of hostingThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions let their best opportunity to host the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s soccer playoffs slip past them Sunday, losing to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks 2-1 at Sand Creek Stadium.
October 20, 2003Overtime win is no jokeThe joker was wild for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Monday at Sand Creek Stadium. It’s a good thing, too, because the joke was very nearly on the Mountain Lions.
October 13, 2003Mountain Lions get nostalgic victoryFor veterans of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer program, Monday’s match against the Colorado Christian Cougars was like looking through an old photo album. But the Mountain Lions certainly aren’t feeling nostalgic, especially after their 3-1 victory.
October 7, 2003Soccer shot down by Air ForceThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team deserved better than it got Tuesday night at the Air Force Academy - a lot better.
September 27, 2003Mountain Lions dominant in winThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions got exactly what they needed Saturday night.
September 18, 2003Mountain Lions earn regional rankingThe 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, they’ll have to duplicate that feat.
September 14, 2003Offense lead Lions to third straight victoryOver 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 7, 2003Soccer earns first win of seasonSunday, the break-in period officially ended.
August 21, 2003Soccer team settled, suited for successLast year at this point, the men’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 team—and imminent change was doubtful.
August 31, 2002Soccer team settled, suited for successLast year at this point, the men’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 team—and imminent change was doubtful.
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