Catching up with local collegiate athletes for Oct. 23
October 22, 2012
Carly Fox, crew
2011 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, sophomore at the University of Puget Sound
Fox has made the top eight-woman boat for Puget Sound, which opens its fall season Sunday at the Portland Fall Classic on the Willamette River in downtown Portland, Ore. Fox started rowing as a freshman for Puget Sound, whose varsity eight has made 10 consecutive appearances in the NCAA Division III championships.
Colleen King, volleyball
2010 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, junior at University of Denver
King had 19 kills, an ace and nine digs Saturday to lead the Pioneers to a 3-1 win against the University of Texas-Arlington in Arlington. UT-Arlington "had no answer for Colleen King tonight," Denver Coach Jesse Mahoney said. "She carried us for a large portion of the match." King also had 15 kills in a 3-1 win against Louisiana Tech on Thursday in Ruston, La. King leads the Pioneers in kills and points and is second in blocks.
Courtney Garth, soccer
2010 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, junior at Lake Forest College
Lake Forest wrapped up the Midwest Conference championship Sunday with a 3-1 win against Illinois College. Garth started the game at midfielder for the Foresters. She has started every match this season and 53 out of 54 in her career with the Foresters. Garth recorded an assist on Oct. 13 against Knox College. Lake Forest is 12-5-1 overall and 8-1-1 in the Midwest Conference.
Amy Brodie, swimming
2012 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at Colorado Mesa University
Brodie won the 100-meter backstroke and was on the winning 400-free relay team Saturday as Colorado Mesa hosted Adams State and Western State for a dual meet. Brodie swam the 100 backstroke in 1 minute, 2.29 seconds. The relay team — which included Brodie, Briana Purkapile, Annie Jones and Kelly Hogan — swam the 400 in 3:42.80.
Hannah Berglund, soccer
2009 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, senior at Colorado College
Berglund, a goalkeeper, made four saves Sunday as Colorado College beat Rice, 1-0. Berglund also had a save in a 3-1 win Thursday against the University of Houston. Both matches were played in Houston. Berglund is 8-1 in her nine starts and has given up just four goals for a 0.44 goals against average. She made 19 saves for the Tigers, who are 12-3-4 overall and 7-2-1 in Conference USA.
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 six tackles in the Skyhawks' 18-6 loss to Western State University on Saturday in Durango. Miles has 31 tackles on the season, including three for losses. He also has a fumble recovery and a pass break-up for the 0-7 Skyhawks.
Emi Birch, soccer
2010 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, junior at Hamilton College
Birch, a midfielder, got her first start of the season Saturday in a 4-0 loss to Tufts in Somerville, Mass. The Continentals are 8-4-1 overall and 5-4-1 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference.
Maggie Stanford, volleyball
2012 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at Sewanee: The University of the South
Sewanee secured its best record in more than a decade with wins last week against Centre College, Rhodes College and Hendrix University. Stanford, who plays outside hitter and right-side hitter for the Tigers, has accumulated 40 kills, 33 digs and 15 blocks on the season. Sewanee, which is 12-10 overall and 6-8 in the Southern Athletic Association, closes out its regular season this week with matches against Rust (Miss.) College on Thursday and Judson (Ala.) College on Friday.
Alex Wood, football
2009 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, redshirt junior at the University of Colorado
Wood, a fullback, caught three passes for 33 yards in the Buffs' 50-6 loss to No. 9 Southern Cal on Saturday in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Wood now has six catches for 69 yards on the season for the Buffs, who are 1-6 overall and 1-3 in the Pac 12.
Jaime Winter and Claire Tegl, ice hockey
2010 graduates of Steamboat Springs High School, juniors at Colorado State
Meghan Lukens and Corinne Landy, ice hockey
2011 graduates of Steamboat Springs High School, sophomores at the University of Colorado
Colorado State beat Colorado, 1-0, on Friday in the first meeting of the season between the two schools' women's ice hockey clubs. Jaime Winter and Claire Tegl, 2010 graduates of Steamboat Springs High School, skate for Colorado State while Meghan Lukens and Corinne Landy, 2011 graduates of Steamboat, skate for Colorado. Colorado State improved to 3-2-2 on the season while Colorado fell to 2-4. The two teams meet again Friday in Fort Collins.