Catching up with local collegiate athletes for Oct. 2



Meghan Lukens


Corinne Landy

Meghan Lukens and Corinne Landy, ice hockey

2011 graduates of Steamboat Springs High School, sophomores at the University of Colorado

Lukens and Landy made the roster of the University of Colorado women’s ice hockey team, a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association. The team opens its season Sunday against the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyo. Other schools on the Buffs’ schedule include Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Denver, Colorado State and Liberty. Lukens is a forward and Landy is a defenseman.


Shelby Struble

Shelby Struble, soccer

2011 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, sophomore at Milwaukee School of Engineering

Struble, a defender, has started all 13 games this season and 21 of 22 matches last season for MSOE. The Raiders are 6-6-1 this season after losing 5-0 on Sunday to Illinois Wesleyan and 2-1 on Saturday to Wisconsin Lutheran.


Treyben Letlow

Treyben Letlow, football

2011 graduate of Hayden High School, redshirt freshman at CSU-Pueblo

Letlow, a tight end, recorded a couple of tackles on kickoff coverage in the Thunderwolves’ 50-21 win against Fort Lewis on Saturday in Durango. CSU-Pueblo, ranked third in the country in NCAA Division 2, ran its record to 5-0.


Cody Miles

Cody Miles, football

2010 graduate of Soroco High School, redshirt sophomore at Fort Lewis College

Miles, who starts at defensive end for the Skyhawks, had four tackles in the Skyhawks’ 50-21 loss to CSU-Pueblo. Miles has 18 tackles on the season, including three for losses.


John Cutter

John Cutter, cross-country

2009 graduate of Heritage Christian School, senior at the University of San Diego

Cutter ran a time of 27:06 on the 8K course at Saturday’s Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, Calif. Cutter finished 147th overall and fourth for the Toreros, who placed 23rd as a team.


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Christi Valicenti

Christi Valicenti, tennis

2012 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at Lake Forest University

Valicenti lost in the first round of the USTA’s Division 3 Central Region Championships in St. Louis but worked her way back through three rounds in the consolation bracket before losing 6-3, 6-1 to Taylor Mahr of DePauw in the round of 16. Valicenti went 3-2 at the tournament. In doubles, Valicenti and partner Melika Celebic lost in the first round but made the quarterfinals of the consolation bracket before losing 8-6 to Kristin Cellentani and Brittney Miller of Ohio Northern University.


Colleen King

Colleen King, volleyball

2010 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, junior at University of Denver

King had 8 kills and 5 blocks in Denver’s 3-0 loss to New Mexico State on Saturday. King also had 8 kills and 9 blocks in a 3-2 loss to Air Force on Tuesday in Colorado Springs. King continues to lead the 8-7 Pioneers in kills and points and she is second on the team in blocks.


Maggie Stanford

Maggie Stanford, volleyball

2012 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at Sewanee: The University of the South

Stanford had 5 kills, 5 digs and 10 blocks as Sewanee went 4-1 last week with wins against Fisk University and Cumberland University on Wednesday in Sewanee, Tenn.; wins against Rhodes College and Lyon University on Saturday in Memphis; and a loss to Hendrix College on Sunday in Conway, Ark.


Sarah White

Sarah White, soccer

2012 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at DePauw University

DePauw battled Kenyon to a scoreless tie in double overtime Saturday in Greencastle, Ind. White, a midfielder, was one of only two substitutes DePauw used in the lengthy match. DePauw is now 1-8-1 on the season.


Lindsay Miles

Lindsay Miles, volleyball

2012 graduate of Soroco High School, freshman at Colorado Northwestern Community College

Miles recorded 4 kills, 2 aces and 3 digs Saturday in a loss to Salt Lake Community College in Taylorsville, Utah. Miles starts at right side hitter for CNCC.

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