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Tara Bailes, Missouri State Bears (2012)

Bailes, Teahan, Reppell Named To Regional Academic Team

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Missouri State women’s soccer players Tara Bailes, Jordan Reppell and Jessica Teahan were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-Central Region teams. Reppell was named to the first team, Teahan to the second team and Bailes earned honorable mention accolades.

Missouri State Bears, Jordan Reppell (2011)
Missouri State Bears, Jordan Reppell (2011)
Reppell, a senior, holds a 3.61 grade point average in entertainment management. She was named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete first team for the second-straight season and earned CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District VII second team honors. She was decorated as the 2010 MVC Defensive Player of the Year and earned All-MVC first team, becoming only the fourth MSU player to earn all-conference accolades every year of a four-year career. Reppell also was named to the NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-Great Lakes Region first team in 2010. She was touted as MVC Defensive Player of the Week on October 4 following her first career goal, the game-winner, in 1-0 shutout win over SIU Edwardsville. She also assisted on the game-winning goal in overtime against Creighton on October 22.

Missouri State Bears, Jessica Teahan (2012)
Missouri State Bears, Jessica Teahan (2012)
As a junior, Teahan has a 3.81 GPA in social work. She was also selected to the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District VII second team and was named to the 2010 All-MVC first team. She earned 2010 MVC All-Tournament honors following a career-high 11 save performance propelled the Bears to the MVC Tournament Championship match for the first time since 2001. She recorded her 12th career shutout on October 28 against Evansville, the third-best total in team history and has started every match in net for Missouri State the last two seasons.

Tara Bailes, Missouri State Bears (2012)
Tara Bailes, Missouri State Bears (2012)
Bailes, also a junior, holds a 3.97 GPA in finance and business. She scored two goals for the Bears in 2010, including the game-winning goal against Oklahoma. She also assisted on Grace Cross’ game-winning goal with six seconds remaining to give the Bears a 1-0 victory over Indiana State. Bailes started all 19 matches for MSU in 2010.

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Shelby Hatz, Springfield Catholic (2011)

Friday – Catholic Sets The Bar

Shelby Hatz, Springfield Catholic (2011)
Shelby Hatz, Springfield Catholic (2011)
My Anniversary weekend. Tonight’s game at Kickapoo marks 6 years of coverage on this website, which started with the Catholic at Kickapoo game in 2005. Come out and join me to see some of the finest girls soccer available in the region. I guarantee a good game!

Kickapoo Chiefs – 5
Springfield Catholic – 1
The Fightin’ Irish made their traditional early season visit to Kickapoo and earned their fifth straight win over the Chiefs, the first win coming in 2007 when senior Elle Holtmann (Rockhurst) and junior Tara Bailes (Missouri State) got the first win in 2007, in the 2nd overtime. This year it was seniors Natalie Smid (2 goals) and Shelby Hatz (three goals, including the game-winner) who led the Irish to the win. Smid finally broke through a resolute Chiefs defense when she pounced on a loose ball in the box in the 27th, following a corner kick by freshman Lydia Holtmann (yep, the younger sister of Elle).

Kickapoo struck back in the 36th when Brittany Baker put her shot into the upper right corner, from 25+ yards out. Unfortunately for the Chiefs, Shelby Hatz was sent in on a break away by Smid only a minute later, getting the goal on her second chance after keeper McKenzie Danzer parried the first shot. It was the game-winner, despite the Chief’s best efforts in the second half.

Kickapoo came out strong in the second half and challenged the Irish but saw Catholic extend their lead when they were able to get numbers into the box. First Hatz in the 46th, then Smid once again being opportunistic inside the box in the 53rd, put Catholic ahead 4-1. The final goal was a beauty, started when Smid picked up a loose ball at midfield, quickly sent Hatz towards goal down the left side before it was switched to the right where Bekah Bade was streaking in on goal. Her shot was just wide, rebounding off the upright and into Hatz’s path which she reliably finished.

It’s still early, and Kickapoo was missing Rachel McIntyre, sitting out this game due to the red card earned in the Glendale game Wednesday, but Catholic looks to be the best program in the region. They’ll face off against Nixa next week and Glendale in mid-May. Of the two challengers, I think Nixa has the better opportunity to beat them, with their combination of skill and pace most comparable to Catholic.

Willard Tigers – 3
Marshfield Blue Jays – 1

Washington Blue Jays – 2
Waynesville Tigers – 0

Ozark Tigers
Greenwood Blue Jays

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Missouri State Bears vs Missouri S&T

Missouri State Lady Bears Spring Season

Missouri State Bears vs Missouri S&TThe Lady Bears opened their Spring season this afternoon with 90 minutes of soccer on the fast and windy Plaster Stadium pitch. Facing off against D2 Missouri S&T, the Spring season allows the teams to work on some projects and take out their energy against another team rather than their teammates.

Working in three 30 minute sessions, the first two were scoreless and offered a few insights into what the projects might be. I’ll comment on the Miner’s first, then the Lady Bears.

The Miner’s came out strong this afternoon, working hard to go forward and pressure the Bear’s. Reflective of the strong season they had in the Fall, when they reached the GLVC Playoff’s for the first time ever, the ladies worked the ball well. The team lost four key seniors from that run but return a strong core led by seniors to be Melissa Young (M/F), Paige Smothers (D) and Stacy Luquette who takes over the starting role in goal. Junior-to-be Colleen Lewis is the midfield general and she’d fit in well on the Bears.

The Bear’s lost seniors Jordan Reppell and Sarah Linsin from the backline that took them to the MVC Final last year. It appears they have also lost freshman Brooke Williams from the State Champion Liberty Jay’s, who was the most dangerous player on the pitch for them once Rachel Weimer went down injured.

Freshman Tiffany Laughlin may be called on to play the same role for the Bears she did for the Pattonville when she moved to the back line as a senior for the 2nd Place Pirates. In the middle I like junior Jesslyne McGrath’s calm under pressure and Adrianne Kalogerou also worked well in the outside defensive position. Lauren Wendt showed good positioning and the ability to get to the goal. All three Springfield players got in plenty of minutes (Bailes, Roberts, Stewart) with Bailes starting in central midfield and Roberts at an outside midfield position.

Spring Schedule
April 3rd vs Missouri Valley College (NAIA), 1pm
April 9th vs SBU (D2), 1pm
April 9th vs Drury (D2), 7pm
April 16th vs UCM, 6pm
April 19th vs MSSU, 6:30pm

All matches are in Plaster Stadium on Campus
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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

Tara Bailes, Missouri State (2012) celebrates her goal

Missouri State Lady Bears Get Past Oklahoma

Tara Bailes, Missouri State (2012) scores via header
Tara Bailes, Missouri State (2012) scores via header
Missouri State Bears – 3
Oklahoma Sooners – 2
Tiffany Laughlin gave the Bears the lead in the 11th when she redirected Katelyn Fredrickson’s pass to the far post. OK tied the game in the 21st when the Bears defense stopped, seeing the offsides flag raised. No whistle however and Whitney Palmer equalized.


An own goal in the 28th, following a well-executed set piece by the Bears, gave the Bears their second lead. Tara Bailes header in the 67th, from Nia Williams cross, extended the lead. Very necessary as OU scored in the 81st.

Missouri State keeper Teahan made seven saves to record the victory. The win was the first for the Bears over the Sooners in team history, now 1-3-0 all-time.

Oklahoma brought a three-game unbeaten streak to town. Since dropping their opening match against rival Oklahoma State, the Sooners are 2-0-1. Missouri State hopes to avenge a 3-0 loss in Norman, Okla., a year ago. Friday’s match will mark the Sooners’ first-ever appearance at Plaster Field.

On Sunday at 4:00 pm, the women hosts a Razorback team that is 2-2-0 on the season. The Bears beat Arkansas, 3-2, in double overtime to open the 2006 season, the last time Missouri State defeated Arkansas. Last season, the Razorbacks shutout the Bears, 2-0, in Fayetteville, Ark.call escort