2012 RMAC Soccer Tournament: Colorado School of Mines earns No. 2 seed

Harry How

Colorado School of Mines has earned the No. 2 seed in the 2012 RMAC Soccer Tournament.

The regular season for college soccer has finally finished, and the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers soccer team had a fine 2012 campaign, which earned a first-round bye in the RMAC Soccer Tournament. The Orediggers picked up the No. 2 seed in the tournament.

2012's tournament will start out Wednesday as No. 3 Metro State host No. 6 Fort Lewis, and No. 5 Colorado Mesa head to Colorado Springs to take on No. 4 UC-Colo. Springs. The two top seeds, School of Mines and Regis, will face off against the winners of the opening-round games on Nov. 2. The Orediggers will face the winner of the Metro State and Fort Lewis series.

The tournament final will be hosted by the highest remaining seed on Sunday, Nov. 4. If anyone but Regis makes it to the Final along with School of Mines, that will leave the Orediggers as the automatic hosts in Golden for the conference championship.

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