Month: August 2008

Missouri State Bears at Drake Tournament

Missouri State Bears – 1
Wisconsin Milwaukee – 1
Freshman David Buckenheimer tied the game in the 21st minute to get the Bears their first points of the season.

Missouri State Bears – 0
SIU Edwardsville Cougars – 1
From Saturday, the Bears lost to the new D1 program from the St Louis Metro Eastside. A squad that lost to fellow MVC member, the Bradley Braves, 4-1 the week before. escort services dubai

Missouri State Bears Shut Out Tulsa Golden Hurricane

Missouri State Bears Shut Out Tulsa Golden HurricanesMissouri State – 1
Tulsa Golden Hurricane – 0
Another positive result at Plaster this afternoon as the Lady Bears got the job done against their regional foes from Oklahoma. The goal was scored from a set piece, when Christine Cross was taken down on a hard tackle in front of the Bears bench. Sophomore Jordan Reppell came up from her sweeper position and her ball into the box was well-weighted, with senior Allie Osmundson’s header falling into Jenna Laughlin’s path. Laughlin’s header in the 59th minute, moments before colliding with the goal-keeper, was all the margin the Bear’s needed today to move to 3-1 on the season.

The game was a back-and-forth affair as both teams worked to get numbers into the box. The Hurricane were coming off a strong game in Fayetteville Friday night, where they shut out the Razorbacks. The same team that shut out the Bears a week ago. The difference today was a team that showed more pace and fight, certainly taking more responsibility in the defensive third this time around as the Hurricane had two excellent chances late, including in the final minute.

Missouri State’s goalkeeper Jackie Jasper was tabbed with the win recording five saves in the match. With the victory, Jasper is tied with the most goalkeeper wins (33) in Missouri State history.

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Friday’s College Report

bearhead_125.jpgMissouri State Bears – 1
SEMO Redhawks – 0
This is a very good result for the Bears, getting the win on a 50th minute goal from their midfield general, sophomore Samantha Aguilar. Sophomore midfielder Christine Cross earned the assist as she led Aguilar with a pass that resulted in a goal in the bottom left corner of the net. Tara Bailes (Catholic 2008) once again played significant minutes in midfield.

The Redhawks posted a 12-3-4 record last season while capturing their second consecutive Ohio Valley Conference tournament championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. It looks like they were missing a key player, Casey Kraft (St. Louis, Mo./Nerinx Hall) who does not show up in the box score but is expected to lead their offense this season. UPDATE – Southeast suffered a bad break before the game when senior standout Casey Kraft rolled an ankle in warmups. She did not play, but Nelson doesn’t believe the injury is serious.

The Bears will host Tulsa at home on Sunday afternoon at 1:00 pm

Missouri Southern LionsMissouri Southern Lions – 2 (2 OT)
Abilene Christian – 1
The Lions gave up a goal in the 47th minute to create a 1-0 deficit, only to see their senior leader Nikki Llewellyn tie the game in the 88th minute and get the game winner in the 105th minute to earn the win in their home opener. Megan Dimza assisted on the first goal, Shannon Kuhn on the second. UPDATE – They were the 39th and 40th goals of Llewellyn’s career.

Sophomore Lindsay Altman (Joplin 2007) and freshman Brianna McKenzie (Webb City) both earned minutes in the match, with McKenzie getting 1 shot off from her midfield position.

Missouri Southern Lions – 1
Texas A&M International – 2 (OT)
The Lions took the initial lead in the game, getting a goal from freshman Kevin Aubuchon, assisted by sophomore Nate Evans (Cassville 2007) in the 76th minute. The home team tied it on a 30 yard free kick from right wing in the 85th and got the game-winner 5 minutes into OT from a cross into the box. Stuart Ziegler (West Plains 2008) and Jesse Clevenger (College Heights 2006) both started for the Lions.

Miners Logo headMissouri S&T Miners – 3
Ashland Eagles – 1
Brooke Ryan and freshman Melissa Young scored second half goals for the Lady Miners, who won a season opening contest for the first time since beating Winona State to start the 2003 campaign.

Missouri S&T Miners – 3
Ashland Eagles – 4
S&T tied the score again at the 62:08 mark when Mario Calderon redirected a ball from Brandon Moore (Rolla 2005) past goalkeeper Ryan Cruise to knot the score at three. But moments later, the Miners were whistled for a foul in the penalty area and Tom Mangotic made the penalty kick for what turned out to be the Eagles decisive goal.

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