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Tiffany Laughlin Joins Missouri Southern Lions from Missouri State

tiffany-laughlin-missouri-state-bearsVia Missouri Southern Lions – Missouri Southern Women’s Soccer head coach Alese Woolard has announced the transfer of Tiffany Laughlin.

Big news for the Lions as they acquire an impact player who has spent the first two seasons of her college career filling holes in the Bear’s defense rather than her preferred offensive role. With freshman Bethany Smith’s move to Benedictine Coach Rob Brewer has prematurely lost two of his top three point scorers from 2011, leaving only the unpredictable Shelby Stewart.

Laughlin will join Candis Clark, a senior and her new dorm mate, along with sophomore Samantha Zoltanski and freshmen Kacie and Kimberly Hulse as former Pattonville Pirates on the Lion’s roster. Given Pattonville’s position as one of the top public school programs in the State the past four years, Coach Woolard has tapped a strong recruiting pool that will go a long way towards integrating Laughlin into the squad. The team also includes Kelsey Haist (Nixa), Megan Jenisch (Ozark) and Tasha Lord (Waynesville) on the roster.

The Lion’s reached the MIAA Championship game in 2011, winning nine of their last 12 games before falling to the #8 nationally ranked Central Missouri Jennie’s 3-1.

Laughlin comes to the Lions from NCAA D-I Missouri State University. In her two years in Springfield Tiffany scored seven goals and three assists for 17 points, in 35 matches. Laughlin’s game winning header against Northern Iowa in overtime sent the Lady Bears to the Missouri Valley Conference Championship Match at the Cooper Sports Complex. Laughlin wasted little time making an impact on the Bears in 2010 as a freshman as she scored two goals in the home opening win over UALR (8/27/10). Her four goals on the season were second on the team. She scored the game-winning goal in the regular season finale against Evansville (10/28/10) to give the Bears a bye into the semifinals of the MVC Tournament. Her two game-winning goals were tied for the team lead.

Laughlin was a four-year starter for head coach Tom Iffrig. During her tenure with the team, the Pirates went undefeated in conference play and were district champions her freshman, junior and senior seasons. She was named team MVP and earned all-conference, all-metro and all-state first team honors her senior season while leading her team to a state runner-up finish. During her junior season, Laughlin scored 11 goals and tallied 18 assists while earning first-team all-state, second-team all-metro and first-team all-conference honors for a Pirates team that finished third in state. Her sophomore campaign netted her an all-conference second team honor after she scored six goals and 23 assists, the most in the Suburban North Conference. Laughlin was named Rookie of the Year after her eight goal, 22 assist output as a freshman. She was also named all-conference first team, all-metro third team and all-state honorable mention accolades her freshman season. Laughlin was a place kicker for the football team her senior season.

Laughlin is the daughter of Kevin Laughlin and Rhonda Link and was born June 26, 1992. She is majoring in physical education. Her sister, Jenna, was a member of Missouri State Bears squad from 2005-2008.looking for escort

Kelsey Haist, Nixa Eagles (2011)/Missouri Southern Lions

Kelsey Haist Signs With Missouri Southern Lions

Kelsey Haist, Nixa Eagles (2011)/Missouri Southern Lions
Kelsey Haist, Nixa Eagles (2011)/Missouri Southern Lions
Southern soccer signs three for 2011

Joplin, Mo. — Missouri Southern soccer coach Alese Woolard has announced the signing of two high school athletes and a Division I transfer to her 2011 signing class.

Joining the Lions from the high school level are Katelyn Roberson (Lee’s Summit N. HS) and Kelsey Haist (Nixa HS), while Abby Risner transfers to the Lions after a year at Mississippi State University.

Roberson is a 5-7 forward that played for coach Dave Wicbenga at LSNHS where she earned three letters and started for two seasons for the Tigers. A second-team All-Conference selection this past season, she helped her team to a district championship in 2009. Roberson also lettered twice on both the tennis and basketball courts. The daughter of Jeff and Carolyn Roberson, Latelyn plans to major in biology at Southern.

“Katelyn is a very physical and competitive forward,” Woolard said. “She is very driven and motivated, and I am happy to have her join our program.”

Haist is a 5-3 midfielder that played for coach Evan Palmer at Nixa High School. A four-year starter for the Eagles, Haist was a four-time All-Conference, All-Districatt and All-Region pick. She helped the Eagles to a district championship in 2010 and finished her career in the top five overall in scoring at the school. The daughter of Mark and Tracy Haist, Kelsey is undecided on her future major at Southern.

“Kelsey is a good addition to the depth of our midfield,” Woolard said. “Her speed and determination will help her come in and compete right away. I look forward to watching her progress in our program.”

Risner transfers to Southern after a year at SEC school Mississippi State. As a freshman at MSU, Risner played in four games, starting three. She accumulated nearly 300 minutes in the net, while recording a 1-1 record with one shutout and stopping 23 shots. Risner prepped at Bentonville High School where she was a four-year starter earning multiple All-State and All-Conference honors and leading her team to two state championships and a pair of runner-up finishes.

She surrendered just 22 goals over her four-year career (just seven her final two years) at BHS where she was named the conference goalkeeper of the year, as well as the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette “best goalie in the state.” The daughter of Chad and Tammy Risner, Abby plans to major in foreign languages at Southern.

“I’m very pleased with the addition of Abby to our program,” Woolard said. “She will bring in more competition to our goalkeeper position, and with her work ethic, she will push not only the other goalkeepers, but the rest of her teammates to be better players.”hookers dubai

Kindra Lierz, Glendale Falcons (2014)

Class 3 Southwest Region Honors Swept By Glendale

Kindra Lierz, Glendale Falcons (2014)
Kindra Lierz, Glendale Falcons (2014)
The Missouri Soccer Coaches Association has released the Class 3 Southwest Region Honors. The Region includes Districts 11 and 12, won by Glendale and Parkview respectively. Glendale finished 3rd in the recently completed Class 3 State Tournament. District 11 includes Finalist Kickapoo, Ozark, Nixa and Branson. District 12 includes Finalist Willard, Carthage, Joplin and Neosho.

Player of the Year: Emily Cline, Glendale Falcons
Offensive MVP: Molly Brewer, Glendale Falcons
Defensive MVP: Alix Opfer, Glendale Falcons
Goalkeeper of the Year: Kindra Lierz, Glendale Falcons
Coach of the Year: Jeff Rogers, Glendale Falcons

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Player School Pos Grad

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Emily Cline Glendale Falcons F 2011

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Molly Brewer Glendale Falcons M 2012

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Ashlan Fiester Glendale Falcons D 2011

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Alix Opfer Glendale Falcons D 2012

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Kindra Lierz Glendale Falcons GK 2014

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Lauren Moats Nixa Eagles M 2012

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Kristin Miller Nixa Eagles GK 2011

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Kelsey Haist Nixa Eagles M 2011

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Marin Gelsheimer Kickapoo Chiefs M 2011

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Kaylee Stephens Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011

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Keysha Burns Ozark Tigers D 2012

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Morgan Davidson Ozark Tigers F 2013

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McKenzi Payton Parkview Vikings D 2011

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Kelsey Loderhose Parkview Vikings F 2011

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Aspen Hawkins Central Bulldogs M 2014

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Kelsey Haist, Nixa Eagles (2011)/Missouri Southern Lions

Class 3 District 11 Girls Soccer Honors

1st Team
Player School Position Year School Position Year
Molly Brewer Glendale Falcons M 2012
Emily Cline Glendale Falcons F 2011
Kindra Lierz Glendale Falcons GK 2014
Alix Opfer Glendale Falcons D 2012
Ashlan Fiester Glendale Falcons D 2011
Marin Gelsheimer Kickapoo Chiefs M 2011
Kaylee Stephens Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011
Katie Lynn Kickapoo Chiefs F 2011
Lauren Moats Nixa Eagles M 2012
Kristin Miller Nixa Eagles GK 2011
Brittany Kirkpatrick Nixa Eagles D 2013
Kelsey Haist Nixa Eagles M 2011
Jayme Braun Ozark Tigers M 2011
Keysha Burns Ozark Tigers D 2012
Morgan Davidson Ozark Tigers F 2013
Second Team
Kami Giese Branson Pirates D 2011
Amanda Hinkle Branson Pirates D 2013
Allison Yoakam Glendale Falcons D 2013
Drianna Raff Glendale Falcons M 2013
Sarah Kate Sprouse Glendale Falcons D 2013
McKenna Adams Kickapoo Chiefs F 2011
Miriam Melugin Kickapoo Chiefs M 2014
Brittany Baker Kickapoo Chiefs M 2012
McKenzie Danzer Kickapoo Chiefs GK 2012
Rachel Murphy Nixa Eagles F 2012
Shelby Zielke Nixa Eagles D 2011
Kelsey Bartell Nixa Eagles F 2011
Jackie Wacha Ozark Tigers F 2011
Mollie Killion Ozark Tigers M 2011
Honorable Mention
Dannie Weaver Glendale Falcons D 2012
Kate Bess Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011
Rachel McIntyre Kickapoo Chiefs D 2011
Courtney Frerichs Nixa Eagles M 2011
Abby Turnbull Nixa Eagles D 2012
Mikaela Branson Ozark Tigers GK 2012

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Brittany Copeland, Neosho Wildcats (2011)

Central Ozark Conference Girls Soccer Honors

Brittany Copeland, Neosho Wildcats (2011)
Brittany Copeland, Neosho Wildcats (2011)

2011 Central Ozarks Conference
Girls Soccer –

All Conference Team

1st Team
Name Grade School Position
Kami Giese 10 Branson Pirates D
Brittany Copeland 12 Neosho Wildcats F
Kristin Miller 12 Nixa Eagles GK
Lauren Moats 11 Nixa Eagles M
Rachel Murphy 11 Nixa Eagles F
Kelsey Haist 12 Nixa Eagles M
Brittany Kirkpatrick 10 Nixa Eagles D
Jayme Braun 12 Ozark Tigers M
Keysha Burns 11 Ozark Tigers D
Morgan Davidson 10 Ozark Tigers F
Sara Marcott 9 Republic Tigers F
Brittany Dunn 12 Willard Tigers GK
Miriam Dashtipour 10 Willard Tigers M
Macie Cotter 10 Willard Tigers F
2nd Team
Name Grade School
Amanda Hinkle 11 Branson Pirates D
Jamileth Henriquez 12 Carthage Tigers F
Allison Bennett 12 Carthage Tigers D
Paige O’Neill 10 Neosho Wildcats M
Erin Ferguson 12 Neosho Wildcats D
Kelsey Bartell 12 Nixa Eagles F
Shelby Zielke 12 Nixa Eagles D
Jackie Wacha 12 Ozark Tigers F
Molly Killion 12 Ozark Tigers M
Samantha Minor 10 Republic Tigers M
Carlie Campbell 12 Republic Tigers D
Lindsay Owens 10 Willard Tigers F
Torri Thomas 11 Willard Tigers D

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