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Offensive Statistics |------------SHOTS------------| Season GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT ------------------------------------------------------- 2007 19-19 6 5 17 54 .111 31 .574 1 0-0 2006 18-16 7 4 18 32 .219 22 .688 2 0-0 Goalkeeping Statistics |---GOAL AVERAGE---| |--SAVES--| |----RECORD----| Season GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho ---------------------------------------------------------------
2007: Named first-team all-RMAC ... named first-team academic all-RMAC ... started in all 19 games ... was ranked fifth in the RMAC in shots (54), tied fourth in the RMAC in assists (5), ninth in points (17) and points per game (.89), and tied ninth in goals (6) ... was also tied sixth in the RAMC in assists per game with .26, seventh in shots per game with 2.84, and tenth in goals per game with .32 ... led the Mountain Lions in points, shots, goals, and assists ... took 54 shots with 31 on goal ... had a game high four goals in a 4-3 win against Westminister on Sep. 28 ... had the only goals in a 2-0 win against Colorado Christian on Oct. 14.
2006: Named RMAC freshman of the year ... also earned honorable mention all-RMAC honors ... was fifth in the conference in both points (18) and goals (seven) despite missing the final four games of the season with a foot injury ... led the Mountain Lions in both categories ... started in 16 games as a freshman ... had seven goals and four assists ... took 32 shots, 22 of which were on goal ... had one goal and one assist in a 4-0 win over the University of Mary ... had two goals in a 2-1 win over Eastern New Mexico.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Named first-team all-area by the Gazette as a senior at Widefield High School ... was voted second-team all-state by coaches ... also named Metro 4A League first-team and player of the year ... was 16th in the state in goals scored in 2005 with 17 ... scored a hat trick against Air Academy on Sept. 9, 2005 ... scored twice in five different matches ... also added 10 assists ... was named class 4A all-state honorable mention by the Rocky Mountain News ... scored two goals, including the game winner, in a state playoff victory over Alamosa on Oct. 25, 2005 ... showed a flair for clutch scores, knocking in game-tying goals against Harrison and Cheyenne Mountain on consecutive weeks as the Gladiators went on to win both matches ... was a member of the Under-15 Pikes Peak Gold team, coached by Flavio Mazzetti, that won the Las Vegas Turkey Shoot premier tournament in 2002.
Personal: Majoring in Business ... parents are Robert and Laura Stoeber ... brother is Jonathan.
Stories featuring Bryan Stoeber
|October 13, 2009||UCCS goalkeeper Liszewski named RMAC defensive player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs goalkeeper Adam Liszewski was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference defensive player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.|
|October 13, 2009||UCCS gets historic first as three athletes honored as RMAC players of the week||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs notched a historic first Tuesday when three Mountain Lion players in three different sports were all named players of the week by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.|
|November 1, 2007||Soccer: Bryan Stoeber named to the all-RMAC first team||Mountain Lion Sophomore Bryan Stoeber was named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference first-team all-RMAC soccer team, the conference announced Wednesday.|
|October 17, 2007||Soccer: Six Mountain Lions named to RMAC all-academic team||COLORADO SPRINGS -- University of Colorado at Colorado Springs sophomore Bryan Stoeber has been selected to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's first-team all-academic soccer team.|
|October 14, 2007||Soccer: Two goals in three minutes lift Mountain Lions over Cougars||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions beat the Colorado Christian Cougars (0-12,0-8 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) 2-0 Sunday at Mountain Lion Stadium behind two goals by Bryan Stoeber.|
|October 12, 2007||Soccer: Overtime goal ends Mountain Lions' upset hopes||COLORADO SPRINGS -- A 30-yard arching shot by Cody Moore 3:35 into overtime lifted the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers to a 2-1 win over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs at Mountain Lion Stadium Friday night.|
|October 10, 2007||Soccer: Mountain Lion fouls result in 2-0 loss against the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwovles||PUEBLO -- Mountain Lion fouls cause the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to fall 2-0 against the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves on Wednesday night at Rawlings Complex.|
|September 28, 2007||Soccer: Late goals lift UCCS to stunning upset over Westminster||It might be an unfamiliar feeling, but the Mountain Lions wouldn't mind getting used to it.|
|September 14, 2007||Soccer: Regis takes advanage of opportunities||The Regis Rangers prevailed 4-1 Friday afternoon over the UCCS Mountain Lions behind a patient and precise offensive attack.|
|September 12, 2007||Soccer: UCCS topped by CSU-Pueblo||COLORADO SPRINGS - Wade Hood scored an equalizing goal in the 33rd minute but it wasn't enough as the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves prevailed 3-1 over the UCCS Mountain Lions Wednesday night at Mountain Lion Stadium.|
|September 7, 2007||UCCS notches first win of season against Cougars||LAKEWOOD - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions notched their first win of the 2007 season defeating the Colorado Christian Cougars 3-2 Friday at Cougar Fieldin the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opener for both teams.|
|September 4, 2007||Soccer: Stoeber named RMAC offensive player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs forward Bryan Stoeber was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men's soccer offensive player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.|
|September 2, 2007||Soccer: Mountain Lions' comeback falls short||PORTALES, N.M. -- Bobby Cinea and Isak Tengesdal scored less than four minutes apart as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs staged a spirited comeback from a three-goal deficit only to fall short in a 4-2 loss the Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds Sunday.|
|August 31, 2007||Soccer: UCCS drops season opener||PORTALES, N.M. -- Bryan Stoeber got the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' 2007 soccer season off to a promising start with a goal in the seventh minute Friday, but a pair of second-half scores by the St. Mary's Rattlers sent the Mountain Lions to a 2-1 defeat.|
|August 30, 2007||Soccer: Season preview||College coaches so often bemoan their teams' youth that it has become clichÃƒÂ©. When University of Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer coach Flavio Mazzetti makes that claim, though, he has a valid point.|
|August 14, 2007||Soccer preseason poll released||The University of Colorado at Colorado at Colorado Springs soccer team was picked to finish sixth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference according to the preseason coaches' poll which was released Tuesday.|
|October 25, 2006||Stoeber named RMAC freshman of the year||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs midfielder Bryan Stoeber was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference freshman of the year, the conference announced Wednesday.|
|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 29, 2006||Stoeber scores twice in 2-1 win over eastern New Mexico||The Mountain Lions opened the first of a school-record seven-game homestand with a 2-1 win against Eastern New Mexico on Friday night. Bryan Stoeber notched his sixth and seventh goals of the season, recording his first career multi-goal game.|
|September 17, 2006||Stoeber's milestone goal gives UCCS tie||Bryan Stoeberâ€™s fifth goal of the season helped the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs earn a road tie Sunday, 1-1 against the Regis Rangers in Denver.|
|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 6, 2006||Mountain Lions lose to Thunderwolves in double OT||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs dropped a heartbreaker Wednesday night with a 2-1 double-overtime loss to the 21st nationally-ranked Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves in Pueblo.|
|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.|