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Alexis Aiman
College: Fort Hayes State University, NCAA Division 2
Maddison Aiman
College: Air Force Academy, NCAA Division 1.
Blake Andrews
College: Drury University, NCAA Division 2
Bailey Barnett
College: Blue River Community College
Joe Campos
College: Barton County Community College
Vincente Estrella
College: Dodge City Community College
Dorian Fox
College: Neosho County Community College
Isai Gutierrez
College: Barton County Community College, KC Sporting Juniors
Armondo Hipolito
College: Barton County Community College, KC Sporting Juniors
Derek Hofeling
College: University of Nebraska, Omaha, NCAA Division 1
Jennifer Howell
College: Johnson County Community College
Katy Lindsey
College: Northwest Missouri State University, NCAA Division 2
Samantha Minea
College: Missouri University of Science and Technology, NCAA Division 2
Eduardo Moreno
College: Barton County Community College, KC Sporting Juniors
Hayley Parker
College: Johnson County Community College
Alan Rojas
College: Dodge City Community College
Victor Rojas
College: Newman University, NCAA Division 2
Ashton Allcorn
College: Drury University, NCAA Division 2
Oran Andrews
College: Bradley, NCAA, Division 1
Jessica Beck
College: Baker University (NAIA, 2001-2004), Heart of America Conference Tournament semi-finalist, 2003.
Brant Bishop
College: Stanford University. NCAA Division 1 (2006-2010).
Adam Blinzler
College: Grand Canyon University (ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 2 teams)
Becky Blinzler
College: University of Missouri, Kansas City, NCAA Div. 1
Erin Blinzler
College: Baker University (NAIA, 2002-2005, Heart of America Conference Tournament semi-finalist, 2003. In 2005 Erin led Baker University in goals scored and assists and was chosen to the Heart of American All Conference, 2nd Team.)
Katie Blevins
College: Johnson County Community College
Matt Blouin
College: Marquette University (ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 1).
Tanner Brown
College: Central Missouri State University, NCAA Division 2
Reilly Burns
College: Drake University, NCAA Division 1
Becky Cargo
College: Baker University (NAIA, 2001-2004), Heart of America Conference Tournament semi-finalist, 2003. Served as the assistant coach for the Baker University Women's team for 2004 and 2005.
Scott Case
College: Barton County Community College (2003-2004) (Captured 3rd in the Nation in 2003; Barton County was ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams .)
Ashley Chandler
College: Benedictine College, NAIA
Nathan Chiarelli
College: Baker University (NAIA)(2003-2007) Qualified for the NAIA National Tournament in 2003. Nationally Ranked during the 2003 season.
Kelsey Clubine
College: Fort Hays State University, NCAA Div. 2
Jason Cole
College: St. Louis University, NCAA Division 1
Trey Collins
College: Bason College, NCAA Div. 3. Babson is a NCAA Div. 3 top twenty program. Chosen to the NCAA Div. 3 All American Freshman team (2001). Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics. Babson was selected for the NCAA Div. 3 National Tournament in 2002.
Brett Coppage
College: Truman State University, NCAA Division 2, nationally ranked.
Kirstyn Corder
College: University of New Hampshire, NCAA Division 1
Ian Cowan
College: Johnson County Community College (Captured 3rd in the Nation in 2001, Region IV Champions in 2000.
Toby Crookshanks
College: William Jewell College (NAIA); Johnson County Community College (Region IV Champions in 2000; Johnson County is consistently ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams .) In his senior year (2003) William Jewell was rank among the top ten NAIA programs in the country. Toby was selected for 1st Team All Conference Honors his senior year.
Scott Cupryk
College: Benedictine College (NAIA) (2003-2007).
Matt Darby
College: Marquette University (ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 1 teams in 2001). Matt was selected as to the NSCAA All Midwest Scholar Second Team in 2002.
Emilee Davison
College: Northwest Missouri State, NCAA Division 2, starting 2010.
Donovan Dowling
College: Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne, NCAA Division 1
Alexandra Dressman
College: William Jewell College, NCAA Division 2
Joshua Duffy
College: St. Mary of California (NCAA Div. 1). Named to the All Conference Team (2001).
Bobby Ewan
College, Eastern Illinois, NCAA Division 1
Courtney Ewan
College: Johnson County Community College, consistently ranked in the top 15 in the Nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams.
Matt Fallesen
College: Manhattan Christian College (2000). Conference Champions, Regional Champions and captured 3rd in the Nation in the NCCAA in 2000.
Andy Fitzpatrick
College: Oklahoma City College, NAIA
Pat Geraghty
College: Rockhurst University (NCAA Div. 2, 2002-2004, Ranked in the top 20 of NCAA Div. 2 teams); Johnson County Community College (Captured 3rd in the Nation in 2001, Region IV Champions in 2000 & 2001, Selected to All American and All Region Teams, 2001; Johnson County is consistently ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams .) Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics. Rockhurst advanced to the Quart finals of the NCAA Div. 2 National Tournament in 2002 and was ranked in the top 20 in the nation during his senior year (2003).
Jade Gifford
College: William Jewell College, NCAA Division 2
Jeff Gorczyca
College: Benedictine College, NAIA. Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics.
Scott Grimsley
College: Benedictine College, NAIA. (2003 to 2007).
Jonathon Grossman
College: Northwestern University, NCAA, Div. 1
Steve Grow
College: University of Missouri at Kansas City (NCAA, Div. 1), St. Louis University, (NCAA, Div. 1)
Elizabeth Hammons
College: Missouri Southern, NCAA Division 1
Brandon Hargis
College: Johnson County Community College; Johnson County is consistently ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams. Regional finalist 2003.
Richie Harris
College: Marquette University (ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 1 teams in 2001).
Ryan Hennessy
College: Missouri State, NCAA Division 1
Matt Herald
College: St. Louis University (Ranked in the top 20 of NCAA Div. 1 teams). Three appearances in the NCAA championship tournament in the last three years.
Jordan Hester
College: Fort Hayes State University, NCAA Division 2
Josh Howard
College: William Jewell (NAIA, ranked in the top 20 in the Nation.)
Matt Jewett
College: Creighton University (NCAA Div. 1, Finalist - 2000, Semi-Finalist - 2002; Quarterfinalist - 2003) Ranked in the top 20 in the nation each of the four years Matt attended. Named to Diadora Challenge All-Tournament Team, 2004.
Will John
College: St. Louis University (ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 1 teams. Named Freshman All America, St. Louis reached NCAA Elite Eight and was named to the Herman Trophy List his Sophomore year. .
Hannah Johnson
College: University of Central Missouri, NCAA Division 2
Jennifer Johnston
College: William Woods University, NAIA (2003 - 2005); Johnson County Community College (2001-2002). Johnson County consistently ranked in the top 15 in the Nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams, and was ranked as high as third in the Nation in 2002.
Jack Jones
College: St. Louis University (2003 to the present.) (NCAA Div. 1) (NCAA Div. 1, Quarterfinalist – 2003 (Ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 1 teams).
Peter Kariotis
College: Drake University (NCAA Div. 1)
Sam Klos
College: Marquette University, NCAA Division 1
Madison Knight
College: Maple Woods Community College
Alissa Kohmetscher
College: Creighton University, NCAA Division 1
Kurt Larson
College: Drake University (NCAA, Div. 1)
Nick Latz
College: Emery University, NCAA Div. 3. Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics.
Brett Lewis
College: William Jewell College, nationally ranked NAIA, Division 2 NCAA
Kylee Loneker
College: Fort Hayes State University, NCAA Division 2
Adriene Maison
College: Baker University (NAIA, 2002-2005), Heart of America Conference Tournament semi-finalist, 2003.
David Martinez
College: University of Wisconsin, NCAA Div. 1. Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics.
Adam McCabe
College: Quincy College, NCAA Div. 2
Josh McDaniel
College: Drake University (NCAA, Div. 1)
Kevin Mertz
College: Baker University (NAIA, 2002-2004); Johnson County Community College (Captured 3rd in the Nation in 2001, Region IV Champions in 2000 & 2001, Selected to All Region Teams, 2001; Johnson County is consistently ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams .) Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics.
Samatha Minea
College: Missouri Institute of Technology, Rolla, Missouri, NCAA Div. 2
Joshua Murad
College: Drake University, NCAA Div. 1 (1999 and 2000); University of California at Irvine (2002-2005)
Nick Nava
College: Avila University (NAIA)
Mallory O’Malley
College: Air Force Academy, NCAA Division 1.
Kasha Meyer
College: University of South Dakota, NCAA Division 1
Derek Perez
College: Johnson County Community College, consistently ranked in the top 15 in the Nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams.
Nicole Pond
College: University of Central Missouri, NCAA Division 2
Matt Raplinger
College: St. Thomas University, St. Paul, MN, NCAA Div. 3 (Named Defensive MVP and to All Conference Team, 2001). Won the United States Amateur Soccer Association U-20 National Championship in 2002, playing with the Kansas City Athletics.
Claire Richards
College: University of Central Missouri, NCAA Division 2
Matt Robards
College: Marquette University (ranked in the top 20 in the nation among NCAA Div. 1 teams in 2001).
Lucas Rodriguez
College: Johnson County Community College, consistently ranked in the top 15 in the Nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams. Finished 6th in the Nation in 2004.; Mid America Nazarene University in Olathe, Kan., where he was named to National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America teams all three years.
Shane Sacks
College: Missouri Southern University, NCAA Div. 2
Hayley Shelton
College: University Nebraska at Omaha, NCAA Div. 1
Madison Smith
College: Southwestern College, NAIA
Patrick Smith
College: Kansas State University (Club Soccer, 2001-2004); Johnson County Community College (Region IV Champions in 2000; Johnson County is consistently ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams.)
Brooklyn Sipp
College: Benedictine College, NAIA
Kealy Tott
College: University of Missouri, Kansas City, NCAA Division 1
Todd Trahan
College: University of South Carolina - Spartanburg, NCAA Div. 2, Ranked in the top 20 of NCAA Div. 2 teams. Spartanburg advanced to the Quarter finals of the NCAA Div. 2 National Tournament in 2002.
J.D. Warman
College: Maple Woods Community College
Dan Watson
College: Southwest Missouri State University (Ranked in the top 20 of NCAA Div. 1 teams). Dan was selected as to the NSCAA All Midwest Scholar First Team in 2002.
Joe Welch
College: Missouri State University (Formerly Southwest Missouri) (NCAA Div. 1 2004-present).
Alexandria Williams
College: Baker University (NAIA, 2002-2004), Heart of America Conference Tournament semi-finalist, 2003, and Park University (2005).
Aspen Williamson
College: Rockhurst College, NCAA Division 2
Brian Wittenborn
College: Rockhurst University (NCAA Div. 2, 2002-2004, Ranked in the top 20 of NCAA Div. 2 teams); Johnson County Community College (Captured 3rd in the Nation in 2001, Region IV Champions in 2000 & 2001, Selected to All Region Teams, 2001; Johnson County is consistently ranked in the top 15 in the nation among NJCAA Div. 1 teams .) Rockhurst advanced to the Quart finals of the NCAA Div. 2 National Tournament in 2002 and was ranked in the top 20 in the nation during his senior year (2003).
Tiffany Woodruff
College: Western Michigan University, NCAA Division 1
Brian Wurst
College: William Jewell College, nationally ranked NAIA, Division 2 NCAA