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Offensive Statistics |------------SHOTS------------| Season GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT ------------------------------------------------------- 2006 11-9 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2004 4-2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 2003 4-1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Goalkeeping Statistics |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| Season GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho --------------------------------------------------------------- 2006 10-8 708:05 27 3.43 27 .500 3 6 0 2 2004 4-2 255:58 7 2.46 15 .682 0 2 0 0 2003 2-1 115:00 2 1.57 4 .667 1 0 0 0
2006: Named academic All-RMAC ... Played in ten games with eight starts in goal for UCCS ... Had two shutouts against the University of Mary (4-0) and Dana (3-0)... Had 27 saves ... Posted a 3.43 Goals Against Average ... Had an 3-6-0 record.
2005: Redshirt season. Was awarded academic All-RMAC ... El Pomar Scholar 2005-06 ... Chancellor's Leadership Class member.
2004: Saw action in four games with two starts in net for the Mountain Lions ... Had 15 saves ... Posted a 2.46 Goals Against Average ... Had an 0-2-0 record.
2003: Saw action in four matches as a freshman.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Played soccer at Greeley West High School ... Helped lead team to three straight state tournament appearances ... Named most improved player his freshman year ... 2000 Hoby recipient ... Graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA.
Personal: Majoring in Mathematics ... Enjoys playing baseball, Ping Pong and camping ... Has one brother, Daniel, and a sister, Traci ... Parents are Gary and Dorothy Bjorklund ... Born Jan 6, 1985.
Stories featuring James Bjorklund
|October 24, 2006||Seniors score twice in 5-2 loss in season finale||The Mountain Lions concluded their season Tuesday night with a disappointing 5-2 loss at home to the playoff-bound Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves. James McMonigle and Mark Brehm, both seniors, scored in the finale.|
|October 20, 2006||UCCS eliminated from playoffs||The Mountain Lions were officially eliminated from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs Friday as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was dominated 8-0 by the Fort Lewis Skyhawks at Durango.|
|October 1, 2006||Kostrow leads Mountain Lions to 1-0 win over Griffins||Isaac Kostrow made a few highlight-reel saves in Sunday's game against the Westminster Griffins to preserve a 1-0 win and earn his second shutout of the season.|
|September 10, 2006||Defending National Champs defeat Mountain Lions||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions were able to slow, but not stop the defending national champion Fort Lewis Skyhawks' high-octane offense as the Skyhawks won 3-0 Sunday afternoon at Mountain Lions Field.|
|September 8, 2006||Mountain Lions play short-handed against Masters and lose 4-2||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions scored a goal late in the second half playing short-handed, but it wasn't enough as the Mountain Lions lost to Master's College 4-2 in Friday night's match.|
|September 3, 2006||Mountain Lions take risk against Mines- get burned.||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions dominated the first 11 minutes of Sunday's match against 12th-ranked Colorado Mines. But after giving up two goals, the Mountain Lions were forced to push more players up, and it cost them.|
|August 30, 2006||Cutter named defensive player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer player Art Cutter was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenceâ€™s defensive player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.|
|August 26, 2006||UCCS soccer falls to Biola||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team lost the finale of its three-match sojourn to Salt Lake City, falling 3-0 to the Biola Eagles Saturday morning.|
|August 25, 2006||Freshman's scoring boosts UCCS past Dana||Freshman Bryan Stoeber had a goal and an assist for the second consecutive match as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs routed the Dana Vikings 3-0 Friday at Salt Lake City.|
|August 24, 2006||UCCS soccer rolls in opener||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team opened the 2006 season by equaling the highest goals scored in the Flavio Mazzetti era in a 4-0 victory over the University of Mary Marauders Thursday at Salt Lake City.|
|August 21, 2006||Soccer season preview||Flavio Mazzetti finally has everything he ever wanted. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer coach has a talented, hand-picked roster. He has a solid core of upperclassmen that will provide veteran leadership. He even has a brand-new, first-class facility in Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|October 24, 2004||Regis tops UCCS in foul-marred match||An old saying reminds that all good things must come to an end. Mercifully, so do bad things. Or, more accurately, ugly things.|
|October 3, 2004||St. Mary's tops Mountain Lions||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs put an end to one unfortunate trend Sunday but was unable to end its losing streak, which reached seven matches with a 2-1 neutral-site loss to St. Maryâ€™s at Wichita Falls, Texas.|
|September 26, 2004||Regis extends soccer team's skid||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team lost its fifth straight match Sunday afternoon, 2-1 to the Regis Rangers at Regis Field.|
|September 6, 2004||Soccer loses season opener||A 20-13 shot advantage and a furious second-half rally werenâ€™t enough to overcome a three-goal deficit as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team dropped its opening match of the season 3-2 to the Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets Monday at Billings, Mont.|
|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.|
|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.|