Month: October 2010

Spencer Brinkmeyer, Missouri S&T Miners (2013) celebrates his 2nd goal

GLVC Soccer: Missouri S&T Advances To Semifinal Against NKU

Spencer Brinkmeyer, Missouri S&T Miners (2013) celebrates his 2nd goal
Spencer Brinkmeyer, Missouri S&T Miners (2013) celebrates his 2nd goal
ROLLA, Mo. – Missouri S&T crashed through a couple of barriers this season on its way to winning a share of the Great Lakes Valley Conference regular season title – then cleared another hurdle Sunday that could also lead it to the NCAA Tournament.

The Miners got two first half goals from Spencer Brinkmeyer and recorded their school record 11th shutout of the season as they knocked off Bellarmine 3-0 at the S&T Soccer field in the opening round of the GLVC Tournament. The victory sends the Miners to the semifinals for the first time, where they will play Friday at Northern Kentucky at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern time).

NKU, the tournament’s No. 2 seed, beat Rockhurst 2-1 Sunday and will host the final two rounds of the tournament as top-seeded Lewis lost 3-0 Sunday to Indianapolis. Indianapolis will face Quincy, a 3-2 overtime winner over Drury, in the other semifinal Friday.

In addition, the Miners’ victory puts S&T – currently ranked third in the NCAA Midwest regional rankings – in a good position to reach the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time in school history. The top four teams in the region will advance to the national tournament and two of the three teams immediately behind the Miners lost Sunday in the opening round of the conference tournament.

Brinkmeyer put the Miners on the board at the 7:16 mark, heading a free kick from Ryan Muich back across the goalmouth and past Knight goalkeeper Matthew Soyka. The sophomore defender, who earlier in the week was named to the All-GLVC first team at his position, struck again with 5:45 left in the half when he scored again by heading a ball in. On the second occasion, it was on a corner kick from Kyle Schraier, where Brinkmeyer was able to get in front of the net to score.

The Miners added a third goal in the second half, as Jervis Atagana took a feed from Mario Calderon and put a shot past Soyka to close the scoring. S&T’s defense allowed only five of the 19 Knight shots to get to Pat McNamee, who turned all five away to record his ninth shutout of the season. McNamee made the save of the game in the 67th minute – moments before Atagana’s goal – when he stopped a one-timer by GLVC goal scoring leader Brad Barraclough from point blank range to preserve the shutout.

Missouri S&T, ranked 25th nationally in the NSCAA Division II rankings, improved to 10-4-3 on the year with the victory while Bellarmine closed the season with a mark of 10-5-2.


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Sara Marcotte, MO Elite FC (Republic) defending against Springfield SC

Missouri Elite FC Capture U16 Girls Title At The Incredible Pizza Fall Classic

The Missouri Elite FC U16 girls played in the Incredible Pizza Fall Classic Soccer tournament in Springfield th weekend of October 16-17. They took 1st in the U-16g division winning all four games, all four games were shutouts.

West Side Alliance WSA 96 King (Oklahoma), 2-0 win
Webb City Pink Panthers, 3-0 win
Springfield S.C. 95/96 I, 1-0 win
Claremore Freedom 96 (Oklahoma), 1-0 win in the Final, goal scored by Shay Thomas

Missouri Elite FC U15 Girls at Incredible Pizza Fall Classic
Missouri Elite FC U15 Girls at Incredible Pizza Fall Classic

Top Row: Kendall Letts (nixa), Lindsay Paulsell Coach,Whitney Snow (Camdenton), Tabby iles (Republic), Rachel Vilord (Springfield), Andrea Marquez (nixa), Makenna Cotter (Willard), and Kelly Devlin (Springfield)
Bottom row: Paige Townsend (nixa), Mackenzie Foster (ozark), Shay Thomas (nixa), #24 jersey for Sara Marcotte (Republic), Bailey Pesek (nixa), Alyson Galler (nixa), and Lindsey Frerichs (nixa)cheap escort service

Sarah Colvin-Fritz, Drury Panthers (2011)

Drury Panthers Land 4, Missouri S&T Miners 1 On GLVC Player List

Sarah Colvin-Fritz, Drury Panthers (2011)
Sarah Colvin-Fritz, Drury Panthers (2011)
INDIANAPOLIS – University of Wisconsin-Parkside junior forward Shannon Becker (DePere, Wis.) has been selected the 2010 Great Lakes Valley Conference Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Year and Bellarmine University junior forward Abby Schuhmann (Louisville, Ky.) is the 2010 GLVC Defensive Player of the Year.

The two GLVC standouts headline the 2010 All-GLVC First Team as determined by the league’s head coaches.

Becker, a two-time All-GLVC First Team selection and the 2008 GLVC Freshman of the Year, helped pace the Rangers to second place in the GLVC with a 12-1-1 conference record. She posted 30 points on 12 goals and six assists against conference opponents which included four game-winning goals. Overall, Becker has notched 38 points on 15 goals and eight assists. She has fired a league-best 90 shots and paced the Rangers’ league-leading offense.

Schuhmann, who claimed the 2009 GLVC Defensive Player of the Year Award, helped guide the Knights to a 10-4-2 overall record during the regular season. She anchors a Bellarmine defense that has limited opponents to 12 goals this season, including just eight goals in conference play. The Knights own a 0.55 goals against average and Schuhmann has also chipped in offensively delivering a goal and assist against league opponents.

Quincy goalkeeper Jodi Chapie (St. Louis, Mo.) is the 2010 GLVC Freshman of the Year. Chapie helped the Lady Hawks post a 12-3-3 overall record and a 9-2-3 conference mark. She maintained a 0.34 goals against average in conference games by limiting opponents to four goals in 13 matches. Chapie was also named to the All-GLVC Second Team for her efforts.

Southern Indiana’s Krissy Engelbrecht has been selected the 2010 GLVC Coach of the Year. Engelbrecht guided the Eagles to a 12-5-1 overall record and a 10-3-1 league mark. The Eagles tied for third place in the GLVC and secured a home match for the GLVC Quarterfinals as the No. 4 seed. The award marks the first GLVC Coach of the Year honor for Engelbrecht who is 58-76-9 in eight seasons at USI.

In addition to the first-team selections, the GLVC has also announced a 12-member All-GLVC Second Team and 12-member All-GLVC Third Team.

Offensive Player of the Year: Shannon Becker, UW-Parkside
Defensive Player of the Year: Abby Schuhmann, Bellarmine
Freshman of the Year: Jodi Chapie, Quincy
Coach of the Year: Krissy Engelbrecht, Southern Indiana

All-GLVC First Team
Shannon Becker, UW-Parkside
Kaylee Neutzling, Missouri-St. Louis
Nancy Newcomer, Southern Indiana
Susan Ellsperman, Southern Indiana
Becky Fleming, Quincy
Amanda Mason, Northern Kentucky
Lauki’i Cheng, UW-Parkside
Lauren Painter, Northern Kentucky
Meghan Roberts, Quincy
Abby Schuhmann, Bellarmine
Rachael Wood, Northern Kentucky

All-GLVC Second Team
Brittany Casey, Quincy
Meagan Kempf, Southern Indiana
Casey Thorpe, Illinois-Springfield
Nicole Williams, Drury
Kristi Hofmeyer, Northern Kentucky
Erin Egolf, Illinois-Springfield
Kristen Benson, UW-Parkside
Sam Andert, Quincy
Sarah Colvin-Frtiz, Drury
Jessica Gates, Southern Indiana
Stephanie Wengert, Northern Kentucky
Jodi Chapie, Quincy

All-GLVC Third Team
Francesca Abate, Lewis
Crystal Chalery, UW-Parkside
Alissa Reuther, Bellarmine
Abby Davidson, Rockhurst
Haley Long, Rockhurst
Kelsy Long, Drury
Megan Owens, UW-Parkside
Kaitlyn Costello, Quincy
Brynn Darga, UW-Parkside
Joanna Kovarik, Missouri S&T
Anna Alfonsin, Rockhurst
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Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T Miners (2012)

Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T Miners, Named GLVC Defensive Player of the Year

Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T Miners (2012)
Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T Miners (2012)
INDIANAPOLIS – Northern Kentucky University senior forward Steven Beattie (Skerries, Ireland) has been named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Year and Missouri S&T junior goalkeeper Pat McNamee (Fenton, Mo.) is the 2010 GLVC Defensive Player of the Year. The duo headlines the 11-member All-GLVC First Team as selected by the league’s 15 head coaches.

Joining Beattie and McNamee on the All-GLVC First Team are Bellarmine’s Brad Barraclough and Ross Hopkins, Drury’s Peter Higgins, Ben Taylor and Micah Whorton, Lewis’ Zachary Bond and Jose Ibarra, Missouri S&T’s Spencer Brinkmeyer and Quincy’s Jack Wedemeier.

McNamee, the 2008 Freshman of the Year and an All-GLVC Third Team selection a year ago, has earned the GLVC Defensive Player of the Year honor after helping the Miners claim a share of the GLVC regular season championship. The 25th-ranked Miners are 9-4-3 overall and posted a 9-2-3 record against GLVC competition.
In 12 GLVC starts, McNamee posted a 7-2-3 record and allowed just five goals. He led the league in goals against average (0.40), save percentage (.891) and shutouts (8). McNamee anchored a Miners’ defense that led the GLVC in goals allowed (6), goals against average (0.40) and shutouts (10).

Joe Ahearn, Missouri S&T Miner's Head Coach
Joe Ahearn, Missouri S&T Miner's Head Coach
Missouri S&T head coach Joe Ahearn has been awarded as the 2010 GLVC Coach of the Year. He was selected by his peers after guiding the Miners to a share of the GLVC regular season championship and to the No. 3 seed for the upcoming GLVC Tournament.

The Miners are 9-4-3 overall and ran the difficult conference slate with a 9-2-3 mark. The GLVC Coach of the Year honor is the first for Ahearn who is in his fourth season with the Miners. He is 29-29-9 overall.

In addition to the first-team selections, the GLVC has also announced an 11-member All-GLVC Second Team and 11-member All-GLVC Third Team.

Offensive Player of the Year: Steven Beattie, Northern Kentucky
Defensive Player of the Year: Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T
Freshman of the Year: Michael Holder, Northern Kentucky
Coach of the Year: Joe Ahearn, Missouri S&T

All-GLVC First Team
Brad Barraclough, Bellarmine
Steven Beattie, Northern Kentucky
Jack Wedemeier, Quincy
Micah Whorton, Drury
Peter Higgins, Drury
Ross Hopkins, Bellarmine
Jose Ibarra, Lewis
Zachary Bond, Lewis
Spencer Brinkmeyer, Missouri S&T
Ben Taylor, Drury
Pat McNamee, Missouri S&T

All-GLVC Second Team
Grant Ellison, Quincy
Almin Sabotic, Missouri-St. Louis
Armin Vrebac, Lewis
Mardoche Beya, Lewis
David Kekec, Missouri S&T
Sam Shaffer, Missouri S&T
Paul Andrews, Northern Kentucky
Kenny Gravlin, Missouri S&T
Patrick White, Rockhurst
Blake Wilson, Drury
D.J. Lampert, Quincy

All-GLVC Third Team
Aloiso Barros, Lewis
Michael Holder, Northern Kentucky
Nick McDonald, Rockhurst
Mike Bartlett, Northern Kentucky
Nick Chiarot, Northern Kentucky
Max Marsh, Indianapolis
Abe Dirnberger, Quincy
Brett Gregory, Bellarmine
Nathan Groesch, Lewis
Grant Wheeler, Bellarmine
Stephen Conner, Drurycraigslist hot girls

Jennifer Hamlin, Missouri State Bears (2012)

Bears Earn #2 Seed in MVC Soccer Playoffs

Jennifer Hamlin, Missouri State Bears (2012)
Jennifer Hamlin, Missouri State Bears (2012)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Missouri State women’s soccer team (10-5-2, 4-1-1) capped the regular season with a 1-0 shutout of Evansville (5-11-1, 2-4-0) at Plaster Field on Thursday night. The win gives the Bears a bye into the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament semifinals and the No. 2 seed.

Missouri State got a late goal from freshman Tiffany Laughlin to put the Bears ahead. Grace Cross picked up an Evansville turnover and found Laughlin. She drilled a high shot from 20 yards away. The shot trickled through the Purple Aces’ keeper and into the net for the game-winner in the 85th minute. The goal was Laughlin’s fourth of the year and second game-winning goal.

Sophomores Michelle Sommer and Nia Williams racked up five shots apiece. MSU outshot Evansville 23 to two for the match. Junior goalkeeper Jessica Teahan was virtually untested, making the save on the only shot she faced. It was her fifth shutout of the season and third against an MVC foe.

“We had control most of the match,” said head coach Rob Brewer. “But they are a dangerous team. Our defense kept them in check and did a good job of taking away their chances.”

The win is Missouri State’s 10th of the season, the third time in five seasons to reach that total. The second-place finish in conference ties last season’s mark for the best conference finish in school history.

The Bears will now await an opponent for next Friday’s semifinal match in Omaha, Neb. oriental escorts dubai