Josi Talbot

HometownHenniker, N.H.
Prev. SchoolJohn Stark HS


Offensive Statistics
Season   GP-GS   G   A Pts  Sh Shot% SOG  SOG% GW  PK-ATT
2010     19-16   4   3  11  44  .091  18  .409  1   0-0
2009     18-15   2   2   6  27  .074  14  .519  1   0-0
2008     15-2    2   2   6  11  .182   6  .545  1   0-0


2010: Named second-team academic All-RMAC ... during her career at UCCS, she played in 52 of the 56 games with 33 starts ... tied for third on the team in goals in 2011 with four, and points (11) ... had one game-winnnig goal and three assists on the season ... finishes her career ranked third in the UCCS career record book for points (23) and goals (eight), and fourth in assists (seven).

2009: Named second-team Academic All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference ... played in all 18 games with 15 starts ... has six points from two goals and two assists ... tied for fourth on the team.

2008: Joined the 2008 women's soccer team after being a multi-event athlete for the track and field team in 2007-08 ... played in 15 games ... had two goals, two assists, and six points in the season

Pre UCCS Notes:

Awarded MVP 2005/2006 at John Stark Regional HS in N.H. ... received a coaches award in 2003 ... National Honor student ... also received a N.H. Academic Award ... qualified for state in 100m hurdles in 2003 and 2007 ... placed 10th in state in 2006 for the 4x100m

Personal Notes:

Majoring in Biology and Secondary Education ... enjoys drawing, snowboarding, scuba diving, traveling, and being a trophy wife ... has a brother, Fjodor Heer ... parents are Judith and Helmut Heer.

Stories featuring Josi Talbot

October 11, 2012UCCS Hosts Adams State Friday in Third Game of Four-Game HomestandThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team (9-2-1 / 5-2-1 RMAC) begins the final home weekend tomorrow night when it takes on Adams State (4-8 / 2-6 RMAC) Friday at Mountain Lion Stadium at 5 p.m..
October 13, 2010Preble Named RMAC All-Academic First TeamUCCS junior, Kristin Preble and seven teammates were honored on Tuesday when the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced its All-Academic teams for the 2010 women’s soccer season.
September 26, 2010Mountain Lions Score Early, Hold on for Win over Mesa StateThree first-half goals on just six shots led the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 3-2 victory over the Mesa State Mavericks Sunday at Walker Field.
September 10, 2010Women's Soccer Scores Record-Breaking Win over McMurryThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defeated McMurry University on Friday night with a school-record 10 goals in a single game.
September 5, 2010Mountain Lions Beat Southwest Minnesota, Even Record at 1-1Julia Saenz had a goal and an assist to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 2-0 victory over the Southwest Minnesota State Mustangs at Mattke Field.
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