Rangers Named to RMAC All-Academic Team
Colorado Springs, Colo.: The RMAC All-Academic teams were announced today in Colorado Springs, Colo. 11 women soccer Rangers earned the honors of being named to a team.
Junior midfielder Marissa Davis was the only Ranger to earn RMAC First Team All-Academic honors. The native of Golden, Colorado has maintained a 3.62 GPA while pursuing a Business Administration Major. On the pitch, Davis has tallied four goals, five assists and 13 points in her 12 games of play. She currently has 15 shots on goal out of 37 shots and a .405 shot on goal percentage.
Although Cahill's major is yet undecided, she has maintained a 3.65 GPA. The native of Boise, Idaho has performed admirably as a top defender for the Rangers. In her 13 games played, she has recorded one assist and one point. Cahill tallied one shot on goal out of three shots earning her a .333 shot on goal percentage.
Dorsey-Spitz has maintained a 3.84 GPA while studying Biology. She has played in eight games, tallying five shots, one of which was on goal. Dorsey-Spitz currently has a .200 shot on goal percentage.
Earning All-Academic Honorable Mention for the Rangers were Chelsea Bokan (3.71, Business), Heidi Chandler (3.43, Sociology), Stephanie Davison (3.66, Biology), Nicole Eddings (3.61, Business Administration), Maddie Reeves (3.82, Sport and Exercise Science), Meghan Stuart, 3.58, Communication), Kari Taylor (3.40, Education), and Taylor White (3.58, Biology).