Springfield, Missouri, May 1, 2014 — Six players from the Missouri Elite FC 96 team, coached by Lindsay Paulsell, have made commitments to play college sports this fall. Continue reading “Missouri Elite Futbol Club Seniors Commit to College Teams”
Five players from the Missouri Elite FC 94/95 team, coached by Kait Loney and Lindsay Paulsell, have made commitments to play college sports this fall.
Macie Cotter, daughter of Mark and Emily Cotter, will attend college and play soccer for Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri. The CMU Eagles are an NAIA program and compete in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Macie is a center mid for Missouri Elite. She attended Willard High School. Macie was team MVP and 2nd team all district as a freshman. She was offensive MVP, 1st team all district, and 1st team all conference as a sophomore. She was first team All-District and second team All-Conference as a junior. Macie was 1st team all district, 1st team all conference, and 1st team all region as a senior
Mikalah Moise, daughter of Jason and Regina Moise, will attend college and play soccer for Bacone College in Muskogee, OK. The BC Eagles are an NAIA program and compete in the Red River Athletic Conference. Mikalah is an outside back for Missouri Elite. She attended Waynesville High School.
Rhiannon “Scooter” Moore, daughter of Jon and Laurie Moor, will attend college and play soccer for Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, Kentucky. The KWC Panthers are an NCAA Division 2 school and compete in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. Scooter is a center mid and forward for Missouri Elite. She attended Waynesville High School. Scooter was honorable mention all district and all conference academic 1st team her sophomore year. She was 2nd team all district, 1st team all Ozark conference, all conference academic 1st team her junior year. She was 1st team all district, 1st team all Ozark conference, 1st team all region, honorable mention all state team, class 3 all central region, co-defensive player of the year, all district co-defensive player of the year, all conference academic 1st team and academic all-state team as a senior.
Lindsay Owens, daughter of Danielle Conti and Ron Owens, will attend college and play soccer for Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri. The CMU Eagles are an NAIA program and compete in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Lindsay is a center back for Missouri Elite. She attended Willard High School. Lindsay was 2nd team all district as a sophomore. She was 2nd team all district, and all conference honorable mention as a junior. She was first team All-District and second team All-Conference as a junior. Lindsay was 1st team all district, 1st team all conference, 1st team all region, and defensive player of the year as a senior.
Tawny Stowell, daughter of Dale and Darla Stowell, will attend college and play soccer for Southwestern Christian University in Bethany, OK. The SCU Eagles are an NAIA program and compete in the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference. Tawny is an outside mid and Forward for Missouri Elite. She attended Logan-Rogersville High School. High School soccer honors were not available at the time of this article creation.
Missouri Elite would like to also recognize our additional seniors graduating this year that have chosen to pursue academic paths in college.
Brionna Cooper, daughter of Gregg and Leara Cooper, will be attending Missouri State University.
Brittni Morgan, daughter of Tanya Snow, is undecided.
The 2012/13 Fall Missouri State Cup begins this week with Play-in games going on throughout the State. The Play-in games will complete brackets that then lead to Pool Play which will be held October 13th – 14th, 2012 at the Lou Fusz SC and St. Louis Scott Gallagher fields in Creve Coeur, MO (St. Louis). These are a combination of turf and grass fields.
Play-In Games (If Needed): October 3-8, 2012
Pool Play: October 13-14, 2012
Semis/Finals: November 10-11, 2012
See all of the brackets and schedules
U15 Girls – Bracket A includes CSC Pride 97/98 Blue and Midwest Alliance, who are in the play-in group and will need to win this Saturday to advance to Pool play. These two teams are the only representatives from Southwest/Central Missouri in this age group. One team will reach the semifinals.
Midwest Alliance, coached by Jeffrey Reinold (Play-In Game #4)
Saturday October 6, 12:00 PM – MIDWEST ALLIANCE 97/98 vs J. B. MARINE GARABEDIAN at Cosmo Park #2
U16 Girls – SPRINGFIELD SC 96/97 is drawn with #2 Lou Fusz Wipke and SLSG Red, ranked 19 in the State (SSC is #10).
SPRINGFIELD SC 96/97 (MO)
Saturday October 13, 10:00 AM – SPRINGFIELD SC 96/97 vs SLSG RED 96/97
U17 Girls – MISSOURI ELITE FC 95/96, who missed advancing to semifinal play on goal-differential last Summer, have a play-in game this Saturday to advance to Pool play. They would be grouped with SPRINGFIELD SC 95/96 I in Bracket C if they advance. In addition, CSC PRIDE 95/96 is part of Bracket B. The top team is FUTURA FC SPORTING BLUE VALLEY SUPERSPORT 95-96 who lost to SSC in group play last June but advanced to Region II by winning MRL. SLSG Premier Green are the defending Champions.
MISSOURI ELITE FC 95/96
Saturday October 6, 10:00 AM – SLSG PREMIER GREEN 95/96 vs MISSOURI ELITE FC 95/96 at St. Dominic HS S
SPRINGFIELD SC 95/96 I is ranked #4
Saturday October 13, 10:00 AM – SPRINGFIELD SC 95/96 I vs SLSG PREMIER RED 95/96 at Lou Fusz #5
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News from UMKC on the former Nixa Eagle player who chose cross country for her college sport – UMKC sophomore to be Courtney Frerichs (Nixa/Missouri Elite) finished second in the 3,000 Meter Steeplechase at the USA Junior Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Bloomington, Ind., at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex to qualify for the 14th IAAF World Junior Championships.
Frerichs, who broke the UMKC school record in the event earlier this season and now holds the top-three times in school history, registered a new personal best time of 10:35.23 and will now travel to Barcelona, Spain, to represent Team USA on July 10-15 at the Olympic Stadium Lluís Companys de Montjuïc, site of the 1992 Summer Olympics.
The first round of the women’s 3,000 Meter Steeplechase will get the competition started on July 10 at 9 a.m. local time (2 a.m. CT), while the final will be held two days later on July 12 at 7:30 p.m. local time (12:30 p.m. CT).
Thunderstorms disrupted play during the first set of games today. This is a photo of Springfield’s downtown square as the storm came in, courtesy of @JeremyBoles who does Ruby & Apple IOS development from his downtown office.
Girls U13 – PANATHINAIKOS ACADEMY – 0, SPRINGFIELD S.C. 98/99 – 0
The game was canceled due to the rain. The girls finished with two draws and a loss, tied with Panathinaikos with two points in the group.
Boys U13 – SLSG PORTUGAL 98/99 – 3, SPRINGFIELD S.C. 98/99 -4
The local squad advances undefeated in group play, with two wins and a tie for 7 points. They’ll face KOLPING KICKS SC PREUSSER in a semifinal on LCS #15 at 9:00 am Tuesday.
Boys U14 – TG LIONS WHITE – 0, SPRINGFIELD S.C. 97/98 – 0
The game was canceled due to the rain. The boys finished with two draws and a loss for two points.
Boys U14 – METRO STRIKERS WATERS – 1, METRO UNITED SC CRUSH – 4
The Webb City boys finished with this win to go with a pair of losses.
Girls U15 – KOLPING KICKS SC BASLER – 3, SPRINGFIELD S.C. 96/97 I – 0
The girls lost their two games in the 3 team group
Boys U15 – SPRINGFIELD S.C. 96/97 I – 6, LOU FUSZ SC – MILLER – 0
The boys finished undefeated, three wins, two by shutout, they out-scored their opponents 13-1. They face FUTURA FC INTER 96/97 BLUE on Tuesday in a semifinal. Game time is 9am on Field #10.
Girls U16 – SPRINGFIELD S.C. 95/96 I – 5, J B MARINE GARABEDIAN – 0
The girls followed their win yesterday with another strong outing against the St Louis squad. Two wins to top the group, they face LOU FUSZ SC O’ROURKE-ELITE in a semifinal tomorrow at noon, on LCS #7. O’Rourke advanced on goal differential after losing to MO Elite on Saturday while beating SLSG.
Girls U16 – SLSG PREMIER GREEN 95/96 – 4, MISSOURI ELITE FC 96 – 2
The locals were unable to muster enough offense today to defeat the St Louis squad but their late goal did knock SLSG Premier out of the playoffs as Lou Fusz (see above) advance.
PHOTO GALLERY – U16 Girls will be updated ASAP
Boys U16 – SPRINGFIELD S.C. 95/96 I – 0, KC SELECT ACADEMY USA 95/96 – 0
The game was canceled due to the rain. The boys finished second in the group with a win, today’s draw and a loss. The loss was a close 2-1 game to eventual group winner KCFC Futura Academy.
Boys U16 – TOTAL DEMIZE SC 95/96 – 1, KOLPING KICKS SC ARNASON – 1
The local boys finished with the draw to go with a pair of losses.
Boys U17 – SPRINGFIELD S.C. 94/95 I – 0, MID RIVERS KLUBA BLUE – 0
The final game draw (I don’t know if it was actually played or not) gave SSC the group win with 7 points (2 wins & a draw). They move on to the Semifinals Tuesday at 3:00 pm against SLSG ELITE 94/95. The game is on Cooper #1. Springfield is the defending state champions while SLSG Elite were the 2010 age group champions.
Boys U17 – LOU FUSZ SC WILLIAMS – 0, TOTAL DEMIZE SC 94/95 WHITE – 0
The team finished with this draw and a pair of losses.
Boys U18 – SPRINGFIELD S.C. 93/94 – 3, MYSA SFC-WHITE – 0
The win was the second in group play for the team, finishing second in the group with six points. Their loss was to group champion Doran Fitness who advance to play SLSG Premier Tuesday in the semifinal.
Boys U18 – SLSG ELITE 93/94 – 0, TOTAL DEMIZE SC 93/94 – 0
The boys finished group play with the draw and two losses.