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Colorado School of Mines, Regis University »

November 13, 11:08 am | By George Tanner

The women’s soccer team from the Colorado School of Mines collected its first victory ever in the NCAA tournament as Kayla Mitchell scored her 28th and 29th goals of the season in a 2-1 win against Regis University on Thursday in Durango.

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November 9, 11:19 am | By George Tanner

elizabeth lambertGrabbing the shorts, hand on the ponytail, elbow to the chest, punch in the back, kicking a player on the ground: This video of a match between the women’s soccer teams from Brigham Young and New Mexico is BLOWING UP on youtube right now. Check it out inside. …

Fort Lewis College, Metropolitan State University of Denver »

November 9, 1:58 am | By George Tanner

Elena Benavides scored the equalizer in the 82nd minute, and goalkeeper Christine Schmelzle held high-flying Metro State to one goal in three chances in the shootout as the Skyhawks, seeded third, won the RMAC women’s soccer tournament on Sunday in Denver. Schmelzle is in light blue at the bottom of the pile; Benavides is at top right. (photo by Jonathan Ingraham/ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

Colorado School of Mines, Fort Lewis College »

November 6, 11:38 pm | By George Tanner

Hayley Hollenga’s goal with 6 minutes, 16 seconds to play lifted the Fort Lewis College women’s soccer team to a 3-2 victory over the Colorado School of Mines on Friday in the semifinals of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament. Fort Lewis was seeded third, while Mines was second. Above, RMAC player of the year Kayla Mitchell, left, and defensive player of the year Nichole Kluk try to control a loose ball. (photo by Tom Auclair/ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

College roundup »

November 2, 7:34 am | By George Tanner

The Colorado School of Mines women’s soccer team won its fourth straight match, posting a 2-0 victory over Colorado Christian on Sunday afternoon in Golden. We also look at the UCCS and Mesa men, the DU men on the road in Bakersfield, Calif.; and more!

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October 29, 11:27 am | By George Tanner

johnstonexcerptWeekly honors for the University of Denver’s Mariah Johnston, right, the Colorado School of Mines’ Jeff Nelson, Kayla Mitchell and Briana Schulze, Regis University’s Wally Fink and Air Force goalkeeper Mike Mauro; the Denver Dynamite re-signs two standouts; the Colorado Force is holding a clinic Friday in Fort Collins; and more! (photo by Tom Auclair/ ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

College roundup »

October 24, 9:00 am | By George Tanner

In a roundup of Friday games, Mitchell goes crazy, the Air Force men snap an 11-match winless streak against New Mexico (which visits DU on Sunday), UCCS nearly upsets Fort Lewis on a highlight goal by Lauren Hall, the Buffs lose again on the road, Highlands deals a blow to the Adams State women’s team’s postseason hopes, the FLC men survive at home against Metro, and much, much more.

Colorado School of Mines, Fort Lewis College »

October 16, 10:10 pm | By George Tanner | 1

Tom Settle, David Barden and Euan Purcell (above, center) scored as the Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team stopped the Colorado School of Mines 3-1 on Friday afternoon in Golden. Fort Lewis is ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Divison II’s Central Region, and Mines is ranked second. (photo by Tom Auclair/ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

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October 15, 12:18 pm | By George Tanner

jeff nelson excerptJeff Nelson battles Colorado Rapids defender Rob Valentino for a ball during a scrimmage this season. Nelson, a forward for the Colorado School of Mines, was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference offensive player of the week. Read all about that and much more in this package of Colorado soccer notes. (photo by George Tanner/ColoradoSoccerNow.com)

Colorado School of Mines, Regis University »

October 14, 9:30 pm | By George Tanner

Freshman Erin Kettmann scored in the first half as the Regis University women’s soccer team, ranked fifth in the Central Region, topped the Colorado School of Mines 1-0 on Wednesday in Golden. The Orediggers are ranked third in the region.