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Colorado State University men’s lacrosse player and San Clemente native Collin Zines was named the team’s Rookie of the Year for the 2014-2015 season.
Zines, who was a two-sport standout while attending San Clemente High School, scored 14 goals and tallied five assists as a freshman. Zines, a midfielder, was sixth on the team in scoring.
The Colorado State team competes in Division 1 of the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association and is a member of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference. Zines also received All-Conference midfield honorable mention this past season.
San Clemente’s Ryan Goodwin took home the first-place trophy in the 10 Expert Open Division at the Gold Cup Western Championship finals in Chula Vista on Oct. 11.
The 10-year-old Goodwin bested the field of other competitors in 100-degree heat over a two-day stretch to take home the No. 1 riding plate. The event took place at the Olympic Training Center’s BMX track.
Goodwin will compete in the California State finals in two weeks.