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Ashley Washburn, Missouri State Bears (2014)

Overtime Penalty Kick Ends Women’s Soccer Season in MVC Championship Match

OMAHA, Neb. – The Missouri State women’s soccer team (10-6-3, 4-1-1) battled the top-seeded Creighton Bluejays (15-3-2, 5-1-0) into overtime of the MVC Tournament Championship match in Omaha, Neb. on Sunday afternoon. Creighton’s Erin Gunther scored on a penalty kick in the 98th minute to give the Bluejays the title and a 2-1 win.

Tara Bailes hit crossbar with Bears’ first shot in the 11th minute of play. Missouri State would record the first four shots in the match. But Creighton’s Beth Fyles converted a fast break for the Bluejays in the 25th minute to put MSU in a 0-1 hole.

Missouri State had the better play in the first half. The Bears outshot the Jays seven to four in the half. Despite allowing two corners to Creighton, the MSU defense was stout for most of the period.

The Bears kept on the pressure registering four of the first six shots in the second half. In the 74th minute, the match would take on a new perspective. Freshman Ashley Washburn received a feed from Nia Williams. Washburn drilled a bending shot into the upper left corner of the net to bring the match all-square at a goal apiece. The goal was Washburn’s first collegiate tally.

The teams headed to overtime tied at 1-1, where Jessica Teahan made arguably her best save of the season. She had to change directions and make a diving stop on a deflection of an Emily Orbell shot in the 97th minute. All told, Teahan made six saves in the match for the Bears.

The Bears outshot Creighton 15 to 12 in the match. Tara Bailes led the way for MSU with four shots. Katelyn Frederickson, Tiffany Laughlin, Shelby Stewart and Washburn tallied two shots apiece.

The MVC Tournament Finals appearance was the Bears fourth in team history. Missouri State reached the finals in 1999, 2000 and 2001, winning the title in 2000. It was the Bears’ seventh overtime match of the year and second-straight in this year’s MVC Tournament.

Jordan Reppell, Nia Williams and Jessica Teahan were named to the MVC All-Tournament team for Missouri State.dubai hot girls

Katelyn Frederickson, Missouri State (2014) in front of the bench

Missouri State Lady Bears Defeat TN-Martin

Katelyn Frederickson, Missouri State (2014) in front of the bench
Katelyn Frederickson, Missouri State (2014) in front of the bench
From the Missouri State SID – The Missouri State women’s soccer team (2-1-0) continued to play flawless defense and recorded a second-straight shutout on the weekend as the Bears defeated Tennessee Martin (1-2-1) at Plaster Field Sunday afternoon. Rachel Weimer and Brooke Williams scored in the Bears’ 2-0 win over the Skyhawks.

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Missouri State wasted little time getting on the board against UTM when Weimer scored in the third minute of play. Freshman Katelyn Frederickson corralled the ball up the right side and sent a pass to Weimer in the box. Weimer deked the Skyhawk keeper and found the back of the net for a 1-0 Bears lead.

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Freshman Brooke Williams added to the Bears lead in the 17th minute. She stole the ball from a UTM defender near midfield and breezed past the Skyhawk backline. She neared the box with a one-on-one opportunity against the UTM keeper. She found an opening and hit the lower left corner of the net for the goal.

Junior Jessica Teahan played the entire match in net for the Bears. She recorded six saves to earn her first shutout of the season and the Bears’ second on the weekend. Offensively, Tara Bailes led Missouri State in shots with four. Jessica Roberts and Weimer each added three shots. In total, the Bears registered 20 shots in the match.

Missouri State will next play at Oral Roberts on Friday, September 3, at 7:00 p.m. The Bears spend the weekend in Tulsa and play the Golden Hurricanes on Sunday, September 5, at 1:00 p.m. MSU returns home on Friday, September 10, with a 5:00 p.m. tilt with Oklahoma at Plaster Field.

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2009 Missouri Class 3 High School Girls All-State Teams

Player of the Year – Morgan Marlborough, Lee’s Summit North
Offensive POY – Shea Groom, Liberty
Defensive POY – Emily Sinovich, IWA
GoalKeeper – Linnsie McMahon, Rockwood Summit

Coach of the Year, Public – Tim Richardson, Lee’s Summit North
Coach of the Year, Private – Annie Beekman, IWA

All American/MW Rankings
1 Morgan Marlborough, LSN
2 Emily Sinovich, IWA
3 Katelyn Fredrickson, Nerinx Hall (Missouri State signee)
4 Shea Groom , Liberty
5 Kaysie Clark , Liberty
6 Mandy Laddish, Lee’s Summit
7 Claire Hulcer, St. Joe’s (Missouri State signee)
8 Allison Hu, Duchesne

First Team
Position Player Year School
D Emily Sinovich SR IWA
D Jenn Tucker SR IWA
D Claire Hulcer SR St. Joseph’s (Missouri State signee)
D Tiffany Laughlin JR Pattonville
F Becky Handley SR St. Joseph’s (Missouri State signee)
F Colleen Beck SR Nerinx Hall
F Bobbi Jo Schlick SR Jackson
F Morgan Marlborough SR Lee’s Summit North
F Shea Groom SO Liberty
F Brooke Williams JR Liberty
GK Linnsie McMahon SR Rockwood Summit
GK Paige Hemphill JR Ozark
MF Kelley Gravlin SR IWA
MF Katelyn Fredrickson SR Nerinx Hall
MF Kaysie Clark SO Liberty
MF Mandy Laddish JR Lee’s Summit
MF Jessica Greer SR Smith-Cotton
MF Molly Brewer FR Glendale
MF Allie Stephenson FR Lee’s Summit North
MF Ariel Boulicault SR Pattonville
MF Morgan Boudreau SR Howell North
MF Grace Cross SR Lee’s Summit North (Missouri State signee)

Second Team
D Kelsey Piepergerdes SR Lee’s Summit West Continue reading “2009 Missouri Class 3 High School Girls All-State Teams”

Missouri State Lady Bears Recruits Receive St Louis Honors

The St Louis Post-Dispatch named their All-Metro squad and there are four members of the first team who will be wearing Missouri State maroon this Fall:

Katelyn Frederickson, Nerinx Hall midfielder – A two-time second-team selection, Frederickson was as versatile as any player in the area, filling whatever role the Markers required. Much of the Nerinx attack went through Frederickson, who finished the season with 10 goals and 15 assists and who will continue her career at Missouri State.

Becky Handley, St. Joseph’s Forward – In soccer and in basketball, Handley left it all on the field and court. An attacker in every sense, she led the Angels with 13 goals and 12 assists and was part of a senior crew that finished 78-14-3 and made three state appearances. A third-teamer as a junior, Handley has signed with Missouri State.

Claire Hulcer, St. Joseph’s Defender – One of the region’s top markers, Hulcer was routinely assigned the other team’s main scoring threat and excelled in making her a non-threat. The Missouri State recruit also showed the ability to get into the attack for St. Joe’s, contributing a goal and three assists.

Megan Jaskowiak, Althoff Midfielder – A strong two-way midfielder who was sometimes overshadowed by teammate and Player of the Year Megan Pawloski, Jaskowiak moves up after earning second-team honors a year ago. One of several top recruits for Missouri State, Jaskowiak was among the area scoring leaders with 30 goals and 13 assists this spring.

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Bolivar’s Jody McFarlen Signs With Missouri State Bears

Jody McFarlen signs NCAA commitment papers with Missouri State Bears
Jody McFarlen signs NCAA commitment papers with Missouri State Bears

Missouri State women’s soccer coach Rob Brewer announced the addition of nine commitments to the 2009 squad Wednesday. Grace Cross, Katelyn Frederickson, Becky Handley, Claire Hulcer, Megan Jaskowiak, Jody McFarlen, Chelsea Voet, Rachel Weimer and Nia Williams have committed to the Bears and will be eligible to compete in the 2009 season.

Jody McFarlen • M • Bolivar, Mo. • Bolivar HS
McFarlen spent her freshman and sophomore seasons as a starter in the midfield for Bolivar High before electing not to play for the Liberators as a junior in favor of playing for a boys club team. McFarlen has qualified for state meets in tennis and track during her high school career. Her father, Randy, played minor league baseball in the Milwaukee Brewers organization.

Grace Cross • F/M • Lee’s Summit, Mo. • Lee’s Summit North HS
Cross will join older sister Christine on the MSU roster in 2009 after enjoying a stellar four year career at Lee’s Summit North High for coach Tim Richardson. A two-time all-state honoree before missing her junior year due to injury, Cross’s teams won conference and district titles her freshman and sophomore seasons, finishing fourth in state during her sophomore campaign and combining to go 39-6-2 overall and 23-0-1 in conference play over those two seasons.

Katelyn Frederickson • F/M • St. Louis, Mo. • Nerinx Hall HS
Frederickson begins her senior season as a two-year starter for a Nerinx Hall team that has accumulated 42 victories against just six defeats with her in the lineup. The 5-6 forward/midfielder has earned all-state, all-metro and all-conference in each of the previous two seasons.

Becky Handley • F • Wildwood, Mo. • St. Joseph’s Academy
Handley is a 5-6 forward who enters her senior season with 36 goals (including nine game winners), 13 assists and 85 total points to her credit through three seasons of prep soccer. Handley’s teams have gone a combined 61-11-3 the last three seasons and have finished no worse than third in the state tournament during her career. Handley has been an all-conference pick in each of her three seasons as a prep and earned all-state and all-conference honors the last two years.

Claire Hulcer • D • Ballwin, Mo. • St. Joseph’s Academy
Hulcer enters her senior season at St. Joseph’s Academy as a three-year starter for a team that has claimed district and conference championships each of her previous three seasons. The 5-7 defender was an all-conference selection as a sophomore and a junior, while her team has combined to go 61-11-3 in her three previous seasons and has finished no worse than third in the state tournament during her career.

Megan Jaskowiak • M/F • Belleville, Ill. • Althoff Catholic HS
Jaskowiak enters her senior season as a team captain for an Althoff Catholic squad that is coming off a runner-up finish at the state tournament in 2008. The 5-7 midfielder/forward was an all-state and all-area choice as a junior, while earning all-area and all-conference honors her first two seasons.

Chelsea Voet • GK • Omaha, Neb. • Millard North HS
Voet enters her senior season at Millard North High as a two-year starter with 25 shutouts to her credit in 39 games. As a junior, she led the state of Nebraska with a 0.37 goals against average while helping the Mustangs to an 18-1 record and state championship. She earned second-team all-state honors last season and honorable mention accolades as a sophomore in 2007. That season, Voet had 135 saves and a 0.75 GAA while her team made it to the state semifinals.

Rachel Weimer • F • Bonner Springs, Kan. • St. James Academy
Weimer is a four-year starter at forward for St. James Academy in Lenexa, Kan., where she has amassed 77 goals and 48 assists through her first three seasons to become the school’s all-time leader in both categories. Last season, St. James won a state championship with a 17-3-1 record. Weimer has been named all-state, all-metro and all-county each of the last two seasons.

Nia Williams • D • Roeland Park, Kan. • St. James Academy
Williams enters her senior season as a starting defender for a fourth year for St. James Academy in Lenexa, Kan. She was honored as the conference defensive player of the year for the state champions last season, as well as earning all-state, all-metro and all-county honors. Williams was all-state and all-conference as a junior as well, and earned her first of three consecutive team MVP awards as a freshman in 2006.massage sex in dubai