The No. 1 ranked University of Colorado-Colorado Springs women's soccer team rolled past Adams State, 6-1 Sunday afternoon at Mountain Lion Stadium.
Six different players, including Pueblo County's Kaitlin Hinkle and Sand Creek graduate Jaden Davis, scored for the Mountain Lions as the team improved to 12-0 on the season.
"I think we want to get to the highest level we can get to, which just means you go out during training and a game and give it your 100%," freshman forward Davis said. " I think we all look at it as we might be stepping on the field for the last time, so we want to go out and kill it."
UCCS jumped out to a 3-0 first half lead and never looked back against the Grizzlies. On the weekend, which included a 5-0 win over Fort Lewis on Friday night, head coach Sian Hudson's team outscored RMAC opponents 11-1 during the two home contests.
The Mountain Lions are currently 8-0 in conference play and travel to the Colorado School of Mines (11-1-1, 7-0-1) next Friday night (5 p.m.) to likely decide this year's champion.
"It's a privilege to have a target on our backs and we just want to fight for that privilege," freshman forward Tanner Sanders said. "It feels like a dream, it's amazing."