Tag «soccer»

MCC-Maple Woods 2013 Men’s Soccer Preview!

The men’s soccer team is back in action for the Fall season! We have a group of returning sophomores looking to advance even further than last year, 4 international students who bring a different kind of energy to the team, and a set of twins from a local school district that demonstrate how important it …

Monarchs off to a strong start

The men’s and women’s soccer teams both won their home openers this week against Coffeyville Community College! The women won their game 4-0, with Kristian Stanford contributing two goals and Kayla Muehlebach and Michelle Hurley scoring a goal apiece. Taylor Blakely, Ciara Howerton, Paige Staples and Stanford each had an assist. The women outshot their …

Four Trail Blazers are Academic All-Americans, Blazers earn NJCAA All-Academic Team honors

Four of the athletes on MCC-Blue River’s Trail Blazer men’s and women’s soccer teams achieved the status of Academic All-American by maintaining a high grade point average in 2011 and 2012 while also contributing to their team. The MCC-Blue River athletes being honored by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for their outstanding academic …

Great players bring great success to Trail Blazers

It is no surprise that the Metropolitan Community College Trail Blazers, a soccer team defined by the quality and determination of its members, is proud of the players that have taken the field at Blue River over the years. In 2010 MCC-Blue River All-American Yacine Hamchaoui was considered one of the best community college players in …

Trail Blazers sign outstanding local athletes

MCC-Blue River won a Region XVI Soccer Championship the last two seasons with the Trail Blazer ladies in 2011, and in 2010 with the Trail Blazer men. They are already in hot pursuit of a great 2012 season with the first letter-of-intent signings of the year. Bailey Barnett will graduate Liberty North High School this …

MCC answers Martin Luther King Day call to service

President Obama issued a call to service on Martin Luther King day, pointing out that the great civil rights leader’s message was “that all of us can be a drum major for service; all of us can be a drum major for justice. There’s nobody who can’t serve, Nobody who can’t help somebody else.” Students, staff …