Catching up with local collegiate athletes for Oct. 29 |

Catching up with local collegiate athletes for Oct. 29

Shelby Struble, soccer

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

Struble, a defender and midfielder, helped MSOE beat Marian (Ind.) University, 1-0, in the first round of the Northern Athletics Conference women's soccer tournament Saturday in Fond du Loc, Wis. MSOE is the No. 5 seed in the tournament and faces top seed Aurora (Ill.) University on Tuesday in the semifinals. MSOE is 12-8-1 on the season. Struble has started all 21 matches for the Raiders, after starting 20 of 21 as a freshman.

Amy Brodie, swimming

2012 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, freshman at Colorado Mesa University

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Brodie won the 50-meter freestyle in 25.29 seconds and the 100 free in 56.04 seconds Saturday in a dual meet against Colorado School of Mines in Golden. She also was part of the winning 400-meter freestyle relay team that finished in 3:48.21.

Maggie Stanford, volleyball

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

Stanford had three kills and an ace as Sewanee swept Rust (Miss.) College on Thursday, and she had three more kills as Sewanee beat Judson (Ala.) College in straight sets Friday. Sewanee finished the regular season 14-10 and plays Birmingham Southern University in the first round of the Southern Athletic Association Tournament on Friday in Mount Berry, Ga.

James Terry, ice hockey

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

Terry had two hits and scored the game-winning goal with a minute to go Oct. 20, giving Northern Arizona a 6-5 win against UNLV at Sobe Arena in Las Vegas. It was Terry's first goal of the season for the Division 2 IceJacks, who improved their record to 6-3 with the win. Terry, a forward, scored five goals and had six assists last season for NAU.

Hannah Berglund, soccer

2009 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, senior at Colorado College

Berglund, a goalkeeper, made four saves Friday as Colorado College shut out the University of Texas at El Paso, 2-0. The win allowed Colorado College to win the regular season Conference USA title with an 8-2-1 conference record. CC is 13-3-4 overall. Berglund has five shutouts and is 9-1 in her 10 starts. She has given up just four goals for a 0.42 goals against average and has made 27 saves. Colorado College opens play in the first round of the Conference USA tournament Wednesday in El Paso.

Treyben Letlow, football

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

Letlow, who plays tight end and special teams, had a tackle on kickoff coverage in the Thunderwolves' 48-10 win against Colorado Mesa on Saturday in Grand Junction. Letlow has played in six games and recorded five tackles for the Thunderwolves this season. CSU-Pueblo, ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division 2, will try to finish the season 10-0 on Saturday when the Thunderwolves host New Mexico Highlands University.

Sarah White, soccer

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

White recorded playing time in her 10th match of the season Saturday as DePauw downed Allegheny College, 2-1, in overtime in a match at the Tigers' home field in Greencastle, Ind. DePauw, which improved to 5-10-1 with the win, closes out its regular season Thursday against Wittenberg.

John Cutter, cross-country

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

Cutter lead the Toreros to an eighth-place team finish Saturday in the West Coast Conference Cross Country Championships in Portland, Ore. Cutter finished the 8K course in 26:01, good for 47th place overall and the top finish for the University of San Diego.

Carly Fox, crew

2011 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, sophomore at the University of Puget Sound

Fox and her teammates in the top varsity 8 boat beat Willamette on Saturday on American Lake in Lakewood, Wash. Puget Sound finished with a time of 8:05, compared to 8:22 for Willamette. The Puget Sound men also defeated Willamette. Saturday's race is the only fall event for Puget Sound, which returns to the water in March for the Cascade Sprints.

Emi Birch, soccer

2010 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, junior at Hamilton College

Hamilton lost a 3-2 match to Bowdoin on Saturday in the Northeast Small College Athletic Conference quarterfinals in Brunswick, Maine. The loss ended the Continentals' season at 9-5-1. Birch, a midfielder, saw time in seven matches and got off five shots on goal for the season.

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