Agnes Arnadottir

HometownReykjavik, Iceland
Prev. SchoolRhode Island (Commercial College of Iceland)


Offensive Statistics
Season   GP-GS   G   A Pts  Sh Shot% SOG  SOG% GW  PK-ATT
2011     18-18   6   1  13  51  .118  25  .490  1   1-1


2011: Played and started in all 18 games of the season ... she is first on the list for the team in season recorded with six goals, one assists, and thirteen points.

Pre UCCS Notes:

010 (at Rhode Island): Saw action in four matches for Rhode Island in 2010, registering one shot. 2009 (at Rhode Island): Did not play due to injury. 2008 (at Rhode Island): Started all 20 games in the Rams ... made six starts in goal, posting a 3-3 record ... all three of her wins were shutouts ... played 540:00 minutes as the keeper, allowing just six goals - good for a 1.00 goals-against average ... made a total of 25 saves, including a season-high eight stops in a 2-1 loss to Dayton ... posted an .806 save percentage ... was also a mainstay in the URI defensive backline, helping to limit opponents to just 1.30 goals per game ... totaled five points, with two goals and an assist ... had an assist in a 2-1 win at New Hampshire ... scored goals against Indiana State and Manhattan ... attempted 22 shots, putting 12 on-goal. Prior to URI: Was a member of the U17 and U19 Icelandic national teams ... captained the U19 national team during the 2007 European Championship in their game against Germany ... also plays for Klub Reykjavik, where she was chosen as the most promising player for her age group from 2000-2003 ... was honored as the women's first team most promising future player in 2005 ... an outstanding all-around athlete, she was one of the top team handball players in Iceland and was the leading scorer in the U17 Women's European Championship qualification tournament in 2005 ... selected as best player of her age group for team handball from 1999-2004 for Club Grótta ... named player of the year for her age group in basketball from 1999-2001.

Personal Notes:

Majoring in Sports Nutrition ... Arni Thor and Gudbjorg Jonsdottir ... two sibling, Arni Arnason and Sandra Arnadottir ... enjoys snowboarding, traveling, and sports.

Stories featuring Agnes Arnadottir

October 30, 2011UCCS rally falls short as Colorado Mesa wins in second overtimeThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team rallied back from a two-goal deficit to force overtime but were beaten in the extra period by the Colorado Mesa Mavericks Sunday at Walker Field.
October 27, 2011UCCS beaten by LopersIn its second-to-last match of the 2011 season, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs was beaten 3-2 by the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Thursday at Ron & Carol Cope Stadium at Foster Field.
October 23, 2011UCCS halts skid with win over Metro StateThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs found the back of the net for the first time in three games with a 3-1 win over the Metro State Roadrunners Sunday afternoon at Mountain Lion Stadium.
October 7, 2011Mountain Lions get third straight come-from-behind victoryThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs Mountain Lions came from behind for a thrilling 2-1 victory over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Friday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.
September 23, 2011UCCS blinks first against #18 Fort Lewis, suffers first loss at homeThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs stood toe-to-toe with nationally-ranked #18 Fort Lewis before losing 2-1 Friday evening at Mountain Lion Stadium.
September 21, 2011UCCS tops rival CSU-Pueblo on the roadA goal in the 38th minute from Lindsay Link proved to be all the University of Colorado Colorado Springs would need as the Mountain Lions topped rival CSU-Pueblo 1-0 Wednesday night on the Thunderwolve’s home turf.
September 6, 2011UCCS soccer teams gain regional rankingsThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team is ranked sixth in the first NCAA Regional Central Division II Poll of the season, which was released Tuesday.
September 4, 2011UCCS women hold Northern State to one shot in impressive winDefense wins championships is a mantra echoed in lockers across the country with the beginning of every athletic season and soccer is certainly no different.
September 3, 2011UCCS women's soccer opens season with convincing winFour different Mountain Lions scored as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team opened its 2011 season with a convincing 4-1 victory over the McPherson Bulldogs Saturday at Mountain Lion Stadium.
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