Routt County college athletes roundup for Dec. 3

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Isaiah Mendoza-Forsyth, basketball

2011 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at Johnson & Wales

Mendoza-Forsyth played nine minutes and had one rebound in a 95-52 loss to St. Gregory’s University on Friday, then had an assist while playing six minutes Saturday in a 75-65 loss to Mid-America Christian.

Johnson & Wales is 1-10 on the season.

Mike Vandahl, basketball

2008 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, senior at Western State College

Vandahl scored three points and grabbed five rebounds in a 93-89 double-overtime victory against Black Hills State University on Friday. Vandahl scored five points and added two more rebounds in Saturday’s 69-66 victory against Chardon State. He played big minutes in both games, clocking 31 on Friday and 20 on Saturday.

James Terry, ice hockey

2007 graduate of Steamboat springs High School, senior at Northern Arizona University

Terry scored the go-ahead shootout goal against Arizona State on Saturday to give his team a 5-4 victory, avenging a 5-3 loss to Arizona State sustained Friday. Northern Arizona improved to 14-2 and sits in second in the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s D-2 Western Conference.

Lauryn Bruggink, wrestling

2012 graduate of Soroco High School, freshman at Wayland Baptist University

Wayland Baptist competed in a series of duals Saturday and Bruggink had little trouble showing what she could do. She pinned three consecutive opponents. Wrestling at 116 pounds, she bested wrestlers from Winnipeg, Waldorf and Lindenwood-Belleville. She finished 3-1 on the day, losing by a pin against Lindenwood.

Erin Koehler, basketball

2012 graduate of Hayden High School, freshman at Colorado School of Mines

Koehler saw mop-up duty in Mines’ 70-53 victory Friday against Western New Mexico. She didn’t play in an 84-82 loss Saturday against New Mexico Highlands. Mines in 4-4 this season.

Have an update about a Routt County athlete competing at the collegiate level? Email sports@SteamboatToday.com.

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