KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The UMKC women's soccer team recently completed their spring exhibition season, where they went undefeated against NCAA competition, and used each and every moment as a learning experience for the upcoming season.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – UMKC women's soccer coach Chris Cissell and the entire Kangaroo coaching staff are excited to announce that registration for their 2016 summer ID camps, June 18-19 and July 16-17, is now open. The UMKC camps have proved to be a vital recruiting tool for players and campers alike, as 21 of the 26 players on the 2016 UMKC women's soccer roster attended the ID camps.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – UMKC women's soccer head coach Chris Cissell announced that Jeff Cole has been promoted to associate head coach, effective immediately.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The UMKC women's soccer team is slated to play five exhibition matches at Durwood Soccer Stadium this spring, with two-time defending National Women's Soccer League champion FC Kansas City headlining the schedule.
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) – The University of Missouri-Kansas City women's soccer team and head coach Chris Cissell announced that eight girls signed their National Letter of Intent to play soccer for the Kangaroos in 2016, including five from the Kansas City area.
(Kansas City, Mo.) -- The 2015 Academic All-WAC volleyball, men's and women's cross country, and men's and women's soccer teams have been announced.
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced the women's soccer All-West Region teams on Thursday that included UMKC freshman midfielder Reighan Childers on the third-team.
(BAKERSFIELD, Calif.) – The Western Athletic Conference announced the women's soccer All-Tournament team on Sunday afternoon following the tournament's championship match, including two UMKC players, freshmen Kelsey Mothershead and Lexie Howard.
(BAKERSFIELD, Calif.) – The winningest season in UMKC women's soccer history came to a close earlier than hoped for the team on Friday night in Bakersfield, California. A career-high ten saves from freshman goalkeeper Anna Lillig wasn't enough to overcome some bad luck in the Western Athletic Conference semifinal match against Utah Valley, and the ‘Roos fell to the Wolverines 2-0.
(BAKERSFIELD, Calif.) – Thanks to three assist-and-goal combos from freshmen, the UMKC women's soccer team moved on to the second round of the WAC Tournament with a 3-0 victory, their program best 14th of the season, over the Vaqueros of UTRGV on Thursday evening in Bakersfield, California.
(DENVER) – The Western Athletic Conference announced the 2015 women's soccer postseason award winners as selected by the league's eight head coaches, with two UMKC women's soccer players named to the first-team, and two earning second-team honors.
The UMKC women's soccer team opens the postseason with an opening round match of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament as the No. 3 seed against No. 6 ranked UTRGV. The match, along with all other matches of the WAC Tournament, will be played at the Main Soccer Field in Bakersfield, California, on CSU Bakersfield's campus. The ‘Roos' first match is scheduled to kickoff at 6 p.m. CST on November 5. All matches of the tournament will be available for live stream via WACSports.com/Live on the WAC Digital Network with Jordan Angeli and Corey Costelloe calling the action.