2015 Schedule more details

Day Time Opponent Location
Saturday, 8/8/15 3:00 p.m. Alumni Game Home - MCC-Blue River, Independence, Mo.     
Friday, 8/14/15 4:30 p.m. Missouri Valley College (scrimmage) Home - MCC-Blue River campus, Independence, Mo.
Tuesday, 8/18/15 5:00 p.m.  University of St. Mary (scrimmage) Neutral - 9th and Van Brunt, Kansas City, Mo.
Saturday, 8/22/15 11:00 a.m. Johnson County Community College Home - Bingham Middle School, Independence, Mo. 
Tuesday, 8/25/15 5:30 p.m.  Kansas City Kansas Community College Away - KCKCC campus, Kansas City, Ks.
Sunday, 8/30/15 1:00 p.m.  Scott Community College Home - Bingham Middle School, Independence, Mo. 
Tuesday, 9/1/15 2:00 p.m.  Northeast Oklahoma A&M Home - MCC-Blue River campus, Independence, Mo.
Thursday, 9/3/15 5:00 p.m. Coffeyville Community College Away - Veteran's Memorial Stadium, Coffeyville, Ks.
Thursday, 9/10/15 5:00 p.m. Central Methodist J.V.  Away - Central Methodist campus, Fayette, Mo.
Monday, 9/14/15 5:00 p.m.  Graceland University J.V.  Away - Graceland campus, Lamoni, Ia.
Thursday, 9/17/15 2:00 p.m.  MCC-Maple Woods Away - Happy Rock Park, Gladstone, Mo.
Thursday, 9/24/15 4:00 p.m. St. Charles Community College Away - St. Charles campus, Cottleville, Mo.
Saturday, 10/3/15 2:30 p.m.  St. Louis Community College Home - Bingham Middle School, Independence, Mo. 
Thursday, 10/8/15 2:30 p.m.  Southwestern Illinois College Away - SWIC campus, Belleville, Mo.
Sunday, 10/11/15 11:00 a.m.  St. Charles Community College Home - Bingham Middle School, Independence, Mo. 
Tuesday, 10/13/15 3:00 p.m.  Hesston College Home - MCC-Blue River campus, Independence, Mo.
Sunday, 10/18/15 12:00 p.m.  Parkland College Home - Bingham Middle School, Independence, Mo. 
Wednesday, 10/21/15 3:00 p.m.  Graceland University J.V.  Home - MCC-Blue River campus, Independence, Mo. 
Friday, 10/30/15 11 a.m. or 2 p.m. NJCAA Regional XVI Semifinal STLCC Meramec campus, St. Louis, Mo.
Saturday, 10/31/15 2 p.m. NJCAA Regional XVI Final STLCC Meramec campus, St. Louis, Mo. 
Saturday, 11/7/15 TBD NJCAA Central District Final At Region XVI Champion
Mon. -Sat., 11/16-11/21  TBD NJCAA National Tournament Eastern Florida State College, Melbourne, Florida

Trail Blazers Spotlight

Allie CacyThis month, the Trail Blazers spotlight shines on Allie Cacy.  She is the recipient of the soccer program's highest honor, the Trail Blazers Scholar Athlete Award!  Recipients of this award embody excellence in three key areas: Academics, athletics and leadership. In her two years as a starting midfielder, Allie overwhelmingly met all three criteria!

Allie entered MCC-Blue River with an amazing work ethic, which translated into a diligent, determined scholar-athlete.    At the end of last semester, Allie had maintained a 3.75 GPA and is currently on track to earn National Junior College Athletic Association Academic All American honors.  On the field, she was extremely vocal in encouraging her team mates.  As team captain, she led through service, humility and over the top positive instruction.  No one can question the genuine heart of this player and her desire to push her teammates and herself to maximize their potential.  Allie's leadership and level of play will serve her well if she chooses to play at the next level, as she is someone that coaches recognize as adding value to a program.  She is extremely coachable and a key member of a team that made the Blue River program’s third appearance in the NJCAA Region 16 Final.  Through humility, service and positivity, she has motivated others to be good students, good players and good people.

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Women's Soccer News

Allie Cacy and Joy Worcester earn NJCAA academic honors!

Allie Cacy and Joy Worcester not only helped MCC-Blue River to a NJCAA Region 16 finals appearance, but led the team in academic success!  Allie will receive the NJCAA Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement.  She will be attending UMKC in the fall, where she plans to study psychology.  Joy will earn the NJCAA Award for Superior Academic Achievement.  She will continue her playing career and education at Park University, where she will major in nursing.  

Congratulations to Allie and Joy!  The Trail Blazers community wishes you success in your future endeavors! 

MCC-Blue River earns second place in Region 16!

The women's soccer team earned the program's third trip to the NJCAA Region 16 final. The Trail Blazers were finalists in 2008, champions in 2011 and finalists again this year! They booked their place in the final with a 4-0 victory over Saint Louis Community College on Friday, October 31, 2014.  Although losing to eventual Region 16 champion St. Charles, the Trail Blazers won 6 of their previous 8 games to make it to the final.  With a strong finish to the season and a solid nucleus of returning players, the women's team is optimistically looking towards next season!

Trail Blazers honored at MCC-Blue River Sports Award Program!

MCC-Blue River soccer program held its annual award program on Friday, December 12, 2014.  The award program capped a successful season for the Lady Trail Blazers, who earned a trip to the NJCAA Region 16 Final.  Student-athletes receiving recognition were:

Offensive MVP's - Amber Young and Allie Rice

Defensive MVP - Amanda Colville

Leadership Award - Lindsey Selemaea

Most Improved - Joy Worcester

Trail Blazers Scholar Athlete Award - Allie Cacy

Congratulations to all the award winners on your contribution to a fantastic season! 

Five Trail Blazers selected for NJCAA All-Region 16 honors!

05-Amanda Colville

Amanda Colville
First Team

04-Amber Young

Amber Young
First Team

03-Allison Rice

Allison Rice
First Team

15-Brittany Aubuchon

Brittany Aubuchon
Second Team

08-Mackenzie McGlynn

Kenzie McGlynn
Second Team

 

Sophomores Amanda Colville, Allie Rice and Amber Young earned National Junior College Athletic Association Region 16 First Team honors.  Each was an instrumental starter on the Trail Blazers run to the Region 16 Final.  Sophomore Brittany Aubuchon and freshman Kenzie McGlynn earned Region 16 Second Team honors.  Congratulations to these talented student-athletes! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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