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Coester’s Regional College Soccer Report

bearhead_125.jpg Missouri State Bears – 1
Western Michigan Broncos – 0
Senior Allison Osmundson netted the game-winning goal at the 61:38 minute mark in the second-half to give Missouri State their second win on the weekend. The Bears improved their record to 5-3-1 on the season. Tara Bailes (Catholic 2008) came on as a substitute.

Drury Panthers LogoDrury Panthers – 3
Bellarmine Knights – 1
The Panthers wasted little time getting on the board, with Nicole Williams getting a goal off a Mandi Little assist at the 4:41 mark. The Panthers pulled out of a halftime tie with two second-half goals to beat Bellarmine 3-1 in Great Lakes Valley Conference action. The Panthers are now 4-2-1 overall and a league-leading 4-0 in GLVC play.

Drury Panthers – 3
Bellarmine Knights – 1
Receiving another two goals from junior Steve Wilczewski, the Drury men’s soccer Panthers blanked Bellarmine4-0 in Great Lakes Valley Conference action Sunday. Wilczewski (Glendale 2006) scored his league-leading seventh and eighth goals to help the Panthers move to 6-0 overall and 4-0 in the GLVC. Adam Peterson (Kickapoo 2007) also added a goal and an assist. Kyler Temple (Kickapoo 2008), Alex Palmer (Kickapoo 2007) and Danny Collins (Glendale 2007) also played.

Southwest Baptist Bearcats – 1
Northwest Missouri Bearcats – 0
In a tough-fought match, SBU’s lone goal came in the 32nd minute of the first half. Nicola Cousins was the scorer, putting her at 6 goals for the season. She was supplied by sophomore, Jaymye Ross. Ross now has 4 assists for the season. Johanna Olsson kept her third clean sheet of the year, making 7 saves. SBU now sits at 4-0 on the season and 3-0 in the MIAA.

Miners Logo headMissouri S&T Miners Missouri S&T Miners – 1
Northern Kentucky Norsemen – 3
Steven Beattie broke a one-all tie with a goal 14 minutes into the second half and the Norse, ranked No. 1 in the NSCAA Division II poll, added a second goal later in the period to come away with their 29th straight regular season win since the Miners won at NKU in 2006. Hays (Kickapoo 2008) and Moore (Rolla 2005) started.

Missouri S&T Miners – 1
Northern Kentucky Norsemen – 6
Tied at 1-1 going into the break the Lady Miners gave up five goals in the second half to fall at Northern Kentucky 6-1 on Sunday afternoon in Wilder, Ky. Rachel Moore (Rolla 2006) started.

Missouri Southern LionsMissouri Southern Lions Missouri Southern Lions – 1
Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks – 4
With the match knotted at 1-1, the No. 5-ranked Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks scored three unanswered goals to defeat the Missouri Southern Lions 4-1 Saturday afternoon at Omaha, Neb. Freshman Randi Russell (Joplin 2008) made a career-high nine saves for the Lions while earning her second straight start. McKenzie (Webb City 2008) started, with Altman (Joplin 2008) and Ragains (Lebanon 2008) coming on as substitutes.

Missouri Southern Lions – 0
West Texas A&M Buffs – 2
The Lions (0-7-1, 0-2-1 SSC) stayed close throughout the match despite being out-shot 17-5 overall, including a 14-3 bulge in the second half. The #14 Buffs held an 8-2 edge in shots-on-goal. Freshman Stuart Ziegler (West Plains 2008) had a team-high two shots for the Lions. Clevenger (College Heights 2006) started and Nate Evans (Cassville 2007) came on as a sub.

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Coester’s Regional College Soccer Report

Missouri State Bears vs Valparaiso Crusaders Missouri State Bears – 1 (2 OT)
Valparaiso Crusaders – 1
The Bears opened strong Friday evening, coming off of their Tournament win at New Mexico last week. Attacking with verve, they wasted no time exploiting the first opportunity to present itself. Kyle Windmueller, the man the MSU Standard calls the “go-to guy” did just that, beating his defender on the left side. His run into the box created space that midfielder Ryan Hennessey filled, receiving the square ball near the spot before slotting his shot just inside the far post in the 11th minute. The Bears kept up the attack, earning a 6-3 advantage in shots in the half.

The second half provided a mirror image of the first, with the Crusaders creating more opportunities, and beating the Bears with a goal in the 87th minute. It was scored by senior Paul Leitelt from 20 yards out as he found space of his own to hammer a shot to the far side netting. It might have been worse but the Bears were fortunate that Brandon Durk was prepared in the 75th minute, as he intercepted a crossing pass at the far post that he knocked down and goal keeper Alex Riggs quickly collected.

Two overtime periods with one near miss for the Bears as a set piece skipped just beyond Thomas Vania’s reach in the six yard box. Tonight marked the return of Springfield Demize player Isreal Bisoni (pictured, underneath MSU’s Justin Alford) who joined the Crusaders from Coffeyville CC, along with his teammate Rodolfo Lucas. Bisoni came on midway through the 1st half and played the majority of the game this evening at forward.

Missouri State Bears – 7
Nicholls State – 0
The Missouri State women’s soccer team dominated Nicholls State in a 7-0 shutout victory on Friday night in the first match of the Razorback Invitational in Fayetteville, AR. Tara Bailes (Catholic 2008) came on as a substitute while scoring 1 goal and providing an assist as well.
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Drury Panthers
– 4
Kentucky Wesleyan – 0
Drury broke open a tight contest with three second-half goals and cruised to a 4-0 victory over Kentucky Wesleyan in a Great Lakes Valley Conference match Friday. Katy McLain (Kickapoo 2008) came on as a substitute in the game for the Lady Panthers.

Drury Panthers
– 5
Kentucky Wesleyan – 1
The Drury University soccer Panthers kept their unbeaten start intact, defeating Kentucky Wesleyan 5-1 in a Great Lakes Valley Conference match Friday afternoon. The Panthers, now 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the GLVC, received two goals from senior forward Marco Cherisma – pushing his season total to five – and single goals from juniors Steve Wilczewski (Glendale 2006) and Andrew Bordelon and sophomore Micah Whorton. Kyler Temple (Kickapoo 2008), Adam Peterson (Kickapoo 2007), Alex Palmer (Kickapoo 2007) and Danny Collins (Glendale 2007) all came on as substitutes in the game. Wilczewski, Drury’s leading scorer, was also interviewed by the Drury Mirror recently. Key take away?

Q: What is the better rivalry; Yankee’s/ Redsox’s or Glendale/Kickapoo?
A: I would have to say Glendale/Kickapoo, even though it’s a Glendale dominated rivalry.

Missouri Southern LionsMissouri Southern Lions – 0
Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds – 0
The game finished in a 0-0, scoreless tie that was halted in the 80th minute due to darkness. Nate Evans (Cassville 2007) joined Stuart Ziegler (West Plains 2008) and Jesse Clevenger (College Heights 2006) in the starting lineup.

Missouri Southern Lions – 0
Northwest Missouri Bearcats – 1
Amanda Deml scored the only goal of the match on a free kick from 20 yards out to lead the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats to a 1-0 win over the Missouri Southern Lions in MIAA action Thursday afternoon. Joplin Eagle 2008 graduates Randi Russell and Lindsay Altman both got their first starts of the season, with Brianna McKenzie (Webb City 2008) and Brianna Ragains (Lebanon 2008) coming on as substitutes. Rusell went the entire 90 minutes, with 2 saves.

Miners Logo headMissouri S&T Miners – 2
Bellarmine Knights – 2
After falling behind by two goals at the half, the Miners came back after the break and claimed a 2-2 tie against their GLVC opponent. Andy Held scored with 46 seconds to play in regulation time to send the game into overtime. Zack Hay (Kickapoo 2008) and Brandon Moore (Rolla 2005) both started.

Missouri S&T Miners – 0
Bellarmine Knights – 2
The Miner’s gave up a pair of goals in the first half before mounting a comeback attempt in the second half. The Miners had 12 shots, 4 on goal, compared to Bellarmine five shots in the second frame.

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Sunday Ozarks Regional College Report

Southwest Baptist Bearcats won both of their MIAA matches this weekend. On Thursday they traveled to Emporia State where they won 3-1.

On Saturday, they went to Joplin where they dismantled the MSSU Lions, 6- 1. SBU’s Rhiane Mitchell, who entered the week at the very top of the NCAA’s points and goals leader board, scored three goals and recorded one assist. Nicola Cousins added SBU’s other three goals in that game. Mitchell now has 10 goals. The SBU season record is 17.

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(Waynesville 2008) and Ashley Wilson (Neosho 2007) came on as substitutes in both games for the Bearcats, with Lord getting a shot on goal Saturday at MSSU.

Miners Logo headMissouri S&T Miners also opened GLVC play this weekend, hosting the Southern Indiana Screaming Eagles on Friday. The women won 2-1 in overtime with Brooke Ryan getting the game-winner in the 5th minute of OT. The men won 1-0 on a first half goal by Nick Landon. Zack Hay (Kickapoo 2008) started his 4th straight game, getting a shot on goal as well. Brandon Moore (Rolla 2005) is a captain and 3 year starter for the Miners.

The games against Kentucky Weslyan Sunday

Drury Panthers LogoThe Drury Panthers women opened GLVC play this weekend with a pair of wins, rebounding well from last weeks shocking loss to Harding. Friday night Drury beat UMSL 1-0, which included Anne Prenger (Catholic 2008) who came on as a substitute for the Tritons.

Micah Little’s corner kick was deflected by UMSL keeper Hannah Sayre, but Colvin-Fritz was there to score off the rebound at 2:15 and give the defending GLVC champion Panthers all the offense they would need despite being outshot 11-6 in the contest.

Their game Sunday against Southern Indiana was a 2-0 win, on a pair of goals late in the first half by Alyssa Alcorn and Melissa Perry.

The Men also defeated UMSL, by a 2-1 score, with Steve Wilczewski (Glendale 2006) getting the ultimate game-winner in the 16th. Marco Cherisma got his first goal of the season as well. Kyler Temple (Kickapoo 2008) and Adam Peterson (Kickapoo 2007) came on as substitutes in the game.

Sunday’s game against Southern Indiana

Missouri Southern LionsThe Missouri Southern Lions women had a tough opening to the MIAA season, losing to Central Missouri State in overtime on Thursday followed by the tough loss to SBU on Saturday (see above).

Brianna McKenzie (Webb City 2008) came on as a substitute in both games, while Lindsay Altman (Joplin 2008) and Brianna Ragains (Lebanon 2008) played on Thursday, with Ragains getting a SOG. On Saturday Randi Russell (Joplin 2008) got her first minutes in goal, playing the final 18 minutes of the game, giving up one goal and making one save.

The men did not play. Their scheduled game at Rockhurst was canceled due to the weather.

bearhead_125.jpgThe Missouri State Bears men’s team won their first game of the season at the Nike Classic at the University of New Mexico campus. The 2-1 overtime win over the Cal-Poly Mustangs on Friday was the result of freshman Jordan Barnes stealing an errant back pass and beating the goalkeeper with a shot to the far post just 1:36 into the overtime period.

The game Sunday against #2 ranked Akron
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Sunday Ozarks Regional College Report

Missouri Southern LionsMissouri Southern Lions – 1
Texas Woman’s – 2
Theresa Sanches scored the tie-breaking goal on a penalty kick in the 57th minute to propel the Texas Woman’s Pioneers to the win. The score came just seven minutes after the Lions (2-1) evened the match on a Sarah Evers goal from 10 yards out. Brianna McKenzie (Webb City) earned her 1st start of the season while Lindsay Altman (Joplin) and Brianna Ragains (Lebanon) also saw playing time.

Missouri Southern host MIAA foe, the Central Missouri Mules, on Thursday at 7:00 pm at home. Head coach Trevor Wachsman is two wins shy of reaching 50 for his career (48-35-18 in his sixth season). It would be a nice weekend if they could get wins against the Mules and SBU who visit Saturday.

The Missouri Southern Lion’s men’s squad lost a pair of games this weekend. On Friday, Colorado State – Pueblo beat them 3-1, taking a 2-0 lead before the Lion’s Greg Edmonds scored from an assist by Stuart Ziegler (West Plains). Today’s game against Colorado-Colorado Springs saw the Mountain Lions score just four minutes into the match, adding another tally in the 71st minute for the victory.

Miners Logo headMissouri S&T Miners – 1
Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars – 3
The Prairie Stars were outshot by the Miners 26-9 in the game and had only five shots on goal to the Miners’ 11. However, UIS turned two counterattack plays into goals in the first half and rode the play of NAIA All-American goalkeeper Chance Walker to keep S&T at bay as it tried to rally in the second half. The Miner’s goal was scored by Brandon Moore (Rolla) in the 58th minute, he was joined by Zack Hay (Kickapoo) in the starting lineup.

Missouri S&T Lady Miners – 2 (OT)
Emporia State Hornets – 1
The Lady Miners soccer squad picked up a 2-1 overtime win at Emporia State on Sunday afternoon on Melissa Young’s goal 2:48 into overtime. Young headed a shot inside the right post off a feed from Paige Smothers. The Miner’s win finished ESU’s first ever 2-0 start to season.

On Friday, the Miners lost to Christian Brothers 0-1, the lone goal coming in the 55th minute from a crowd in front of the box. Zack Hay (Kickapoo) once again got the start in the game for S&T.

This Friday, Southern Indiana visits to open the GLVC calendar for the Miners. The women will play at 5:00 and the men at 7:30 pm. Sunday will feature Kentucky Wesleyan with games at 12:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Both

Drury Panthers LogoDrury Panthers – 5
Harding Bison – 1
Drury University’s men’s soccer Panthers spotted Harding an early goal, then rolled to a 5-1 victory over the Bison here on Sunday afternoon. Steve Wilczewski (Glendale) scored two goals, Adam Peterson (Kickapoo) added one along with an assist and Danny Collins (Glendale) assisted on a goal as well. Kyler Temple (Kickapoo) and Alex Palmer (Kickapoo) also saw playing time in a game that also welcomed back Tyson Bramley from injury and Ben Taylor who picked up two assists.

Drury Lady Panthers – 2
Harding Bison – 3
The Lady Panthers fall, after giving up 3 goals in just over 4 minutes. The game winner for the Bison came in the 88th minute, pushing the Panthers to 0-2-1 this season. It is the first win for the Bison, who lost 5-4 in OT to the MSSU Lions, last week. Goals were scored by Mandi Little and Nicole Williams, both in the 2nd half.

The Panthers hit the road Friday for their first GLVC game at UMSL where they’ll take on the Tritons. They’ll return home on Sunday to host Southern Indiana

The Southwest Baptist Bearcats had the weekend off, after seeing their game at Rolla cancelled at halftime. They at Emporia State (KS) Thursday evening and at Missouri Southern Saturday afternoon at noon as they open MIAA play.

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Missouri State Bears – 0
St Louis University Billikens – 0
The Bills out-shot the Bears 11-6 in the first half, 8-3 in the second stanza and 8-1 in the two overtime periods for an overall 27-10 advantage. Freshman goalkeeper Hannah Perry was forced to make just one save in posting her third consecutive shutout. Missouri State’s Jackie Jasper made nine saves. escotrs

Springfield Demize Season Wrap

PDL Soccer: Springfield Demize host Colorado Rapids U23OK, how many of you attended a Demize game this season? And if you didn’t, what kept you away this summer?

The Demize had a difficult season, as measured by their 0-16 result. There were 8 goals scored, 48 surrendered. Tough numbers to reflect on but only part of the story of the team and the season. On the other hand, fans also got to see the PDL Champion Thunder Bay Chill twice this season in Springfield. The first game was a narrow 1-2 loss on June 14th and the second an 0-3 loss on July 2nd. 6 times the Demize were beaten by a single goal, out of a total of 16 games. This is a tough Conference, with the 2005 Champion Des Moines Menace, Colorado Rapids U23’s and St Louis Lions setting a very high level of play.

After 4 years of tracking PDL soccer, both here and throughout the region, I’ve come to appreciate how difficult PDL soccer is for the teams and participants. Once again this year, only two of the six teams in the Conference had winning road records (Chill and Rapids) and only one had a positive goal differential on the road (Chill). The Demize scored 6 of their 8 goals at home while surrendering 19. The games were hard fought battles against familiar opponents who also turnover 50% or more of their team year-to-year due to the nature of the league. Important facts but mere background in the bigger picture.

I’ve commented in the past about how much I enjoy the PDL season and this year was no different. It offers some of the highest quality play we can see in the region and a chance to see the continuing development of players we are familiar with in many cases. I talked to Armen Tonianse, Head Coach and Sam Blair, who handles the Reserves, about their experience this year as well as their plans going forward. The first topic of discussion was competition and here is what Armen offered:

The key this year was our effort to bring in committed players. That offered two immediate benefits, the first a higher level of competition with 25 or more players regularly practicing and working to earn playing time. The other thing we accomplished was offering our Reserve players the development opportunities that come from working and playing in a competitive environment like this.

The competitive environment described by Armen and Sam is something I have come to appreciate as an important aspect of any teams development. The most successful teams in my experience are practicing at game speed and building a team environment that supports that effort and competitive spirit. The Demize have also taken the time to explore the successful programs in the region. Thunder Bay’s win this year follows a 2-11-3 season only two years ago. One key for them has been consistency on the roster. Toniase addressed that topic as well:

A key commitment the team made from the beginning is the Reserve team. The Demize see the team as the future of the primary squad and there were several young men who benefited from that opportunity this year.

Sam Blair expanded on the topic:

The Demize made a commitment to the development of the Reserves this year with a couple of key steps. We took them on two road trips, including a trip to Colorado for our games against the Rapids U23. In addition, we see several of them as the future of this team, players like Robbie Curtis and Kyler Temple who begin their college career this Fall, and Lane Chapman who is a senior at Kickapoo. Our hope is that their experiences and growth with the Demize will lead to their continued participation in the future and the overall growth of the team.

I mentioned the 2005 Champion Menace earlier. They are a club and a team that set the bar when it comes to developing ties in the community and club programs in the region. Attendance regularly exceeds 2000 and Mediacom broadcasts several games live every season. Toniase described the model:

The key is building the pyramid. The PDL team is at the top, featuring the highest level of amateur play in the region. We want to offer players in this region an outlet to continue playing at the highest level, that is the key. It also requires increasing the depth and breadth of play locally, with the Reserves, the Club program Total Soccer is offering in Springfield and Logan-Rogersville and on-going play during the year.

I saw a lot of growth from the team as the season progressed, both on the pitch and in the area of sportsmanship. I hope that more of you will take the time to come out and support the players and the team in 2009. Look for more on the Demize and Total SC in the days to come.

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