to get acclamated to the college game, but once she did, the Falcons have
reaped the benefits, riding a four-match unbeaten streak.
In a 4-2 victory against Georgia State on Sept. 21, Rowland became
just the 11th player and second freshman in Mountain West Conference
history to record a hat trick.
Then, in Sunday's 6-1 win against Portland State, the former All-CIF
first-team honoree added two assists as Air Force improved to 3-2-1.
For her efforts, Rowland -- who is second on the team with nine points
-- earned conference player of the week honors, which was announced
The Falcons entered an important weekend of competition Friday night
as they battled the Naval Academy in the 5th annual Toys for
Tots/Military Academies Classic in St. Louis, Mo.
Air Force will meet Army on Sunday and then return to Colorado Springs
to host Denver on Wednesday.
Stephanie Rigamat (Crescenta Valley, 1997) fifth-year senior forward,
UCLA women's soccer -- The Bruins (6-0) are enjoying life as the No.
2-ranked team in the National Soccer Coaches Association of
America/adidas top 25 poll, and Rigamat has been an integral part of that
A Soccer Times' All-American in 2000, Rigamat scored a first-half goal
in a 2-0 win against No. 18 San Diego on Sept. 21, and tallied the
eventual match-winner in Friday's 2-1 victory against James Madison.
In a 7-0 win against Louisville on Sept. 7, Rigamat added two more
In six matches, the former All-Pacific League and All-CIF selection
has five goals and is second on the team with 11 points.
UCLA plays at No. 22 William & Mary on Sunday before returning to host
Megan Hosp (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 1999) junior setter,
South Carolina women's volleyball -- In addition to being featured in the
most recent issue of o7 Sports Illustratedf7 as one of the magazine's
"Faces in the Crowd," Hosp has been a major reason why the Gamecocks
(7-1) continue to ascend the ranks of the USA Today/American Volleyball
Coaches Assn. national top 25 poll.
Despite dropping a five-game match to No. 9-ranked Florida on Sept. 21