Agnes Arnadottir

Number22
ClassSr
PositionF
Height5-11
HometownReykjavik, Iceland
Prev. SchoolRhode Island (Commercial College of Iceland)

Statistics

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

Notes:

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

November 6, 2012Mountain Lions Finish Season Eighth in Coaches Regional PollThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team (13-4-2) finished its best season in program history ranked eighth in the final Continental Tire National Soccer Coaches Association of America South Central Region poll.
October 31, 2012Mountain Lions Host Skyhawks in First Home Playoff Game in Program HistoryThe fourth-seeded University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team (13-3-2) will host its first-ever home playoff game in program history when the Mountain Lions host fifth-seeded Fort Lewis (12-3-3) in the first round of the RMAC Tournament at Mountain Lion Stadium at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
October 31, 2012Mountain Lions Fall in First Round of RMAC TournamentThe fourth-seeded University of Colorado Colorado Springs (13-4-2) women's soccer team opened the 2012 RMAC Tournament in a tough loss to fifth seed Fort Lewis (13-3-3) tonight in the first game of a doubleheader at Mountain Lion Stadium. The loss means the continuation of the season will be dependent on an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.
October 31, 2012Schroeder Named RMAC Goalkeeper of the YearA record-setting season for Kelly Schroeder resulted in her earning RMAC Goalkeeper of the Year honors from the conference coaches today in the 2012 RMAC Women's Soccer Postseason Awards. Schroeder also became the second University of Colorado Colorado Springs goalkeeper on the RMAC First Team since the program was established in 2008.
October 28, 2012#18 Mountain Lions Fall to Roadrunners in DenverA tightly contested contest took No. 18 University of Colorado Colorado Springs and Metro State to overtime, but an own goal provided the different in overtime as the Mountain Lions (13-3-2 / 9-3-3 RMAC) fell to the Roadrunners (12-4-2 / 9-3-2 RMAC) today at Auraria Field in Denver. The decision allows UCCS to host a first round game of the upcoming conference tournament.
October 27, 2012#18 Mountain Lions Close Out Regular Season Sunday with RoadrunnersThe No. 18 University of Colorado Colorado Springs (13-2-2 / 9-2-2 RMAC) closes out the 2012 regular season with a chance to secure a first round bye in next week's RMAC tournament when the Mountain Lions face Metro State (11-4-2 / 8-3-2 RMAC) Sunday at noon in Denver.
October 26, 2012#18 Mountain Lions Face Crucial Game for Seeding Today at Colorado MinesThe No. 18 University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team (13-2-1 / 9-2-1 RMAC) will have the third of four road games to close out the regular season when they travel to Golden, Colo., to take on Colorado Mines (12-4 / 9-3 RMAC) at 3:30 p.m. at Colorado Mines Soccer Stadium.
October 26, 2012Arnadottir Breaks Season Points Record in Tie with OrediggersAgnes Arnadottir scored in her fifth consecutive game and broke the program season points record to lead No. 18 University of Colorado Colorado Springs (13-2-2 / 9-2-2 RMAC) to an early lead, but Colorado Mines (12-4-1 / 9-3-1 RMAC) answered back as the teams finished in a 2-2 tie this afternoon in Golden.
October 21, 2012Arnadottir Lifts UCCS to Overtime Win Against HighlandsLAS VEGAS, N.M. - The University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team (13-2-1 / 9-2-1 RMAC) used strong goalkeeping and a goal from Agnes Arnadottir to beat New Mexico Highlands (5-9-2 / 3-7-2 RMAC) 1-0 in the first overtime today at Perkins Stadium.
October 19, 2012Mountain Lions Clinch Playoff Spot with Win Over Colorado ChristianLAKEWOOD, Colo. - The University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team (12-2-1 / 8-2-1 RMAC) clinched a spot in the RMAC Tournament with a 2-1 win over Colorado Christian (2-12-1 / 0-10-1 RMAC).
October 14, 2012Levett Leads Offensive Second Half in 3-1 Victory Against ThunderWolvesCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Hannah Levett scored twice and Agnes Arnadottir added a goal within an eight-minute span to lead the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team
October 12, 2012Hooper and Arnadottir Each Score Twice to Lead UCCS to 10th VictoryCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Ashley Hooper and Agnes Arnadottir both scored a pair of goals and Kelly Schroeder earned her seventh shutout of the season as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs
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 7, 2012UCCS Fights Back From 2-0 Deficit to Tie Colorado MesaCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - After giving up two goals to Colorado Mesa (8-1-3 / 5-1-2 RMAC) in the first half, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (9-2-1 / 5-2-1 RMAC)
October 5, 2012Mountain Lions Begin Final Homestretch Tonight with Colorado ChristianThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team (8-2 / 4-2 RMAC) begins the final homestretch of the season tonight when the Mountain Lions host Colorado Christian (2-8 / 0-6 RMAC) at 7:30 p.m. at Mountain Lion Stadium.
September 14, 2012Mountain Lions win RMAC Opener, Improve to 5-0 For First Time in Program HistoryThe University of Colorado Colorado Springs scored a pair of goals in the first half of the game and kept New Mexico Highlands scoreless to improve its record to a 5-0 in a 2-0 victory tonight in Mountain Lion Stadium.
September 11, 2012Mountain Lions Improve to Fourth in Regional PollFresh off of a 3-0 start, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team moved into fourth in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's South Central region poll. This matches its highest regional ranking in program history.
September 7, 2012Mountain Lions Start Season 3-0 with Victory Against Saint Martin'sHannah Levett scored two goals for the second time this season, and received help off the bench from Agnes Arnadottir and Jade Hilbert as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (3-0) won
August 27, 2012Mountain Lions Look to Climb Higher in 2012Fresh off a new record in overall win percentage, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's soccer team will look to build off that success with another trip to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament.
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