Spring 2014 Schedule more details

Day Time Opponent Site
Tue 2/18 1:00p.m. North Eastern Oklahoma Away
 Sat 2/22 1:00p.m.  Iowa Central CC  Home 
Sun 2/23  1:00p.m.  Iowa Central CC  Home 
Sat 3/1  1:00p.m.  Three Rivers CC  Away 
Sun 3/2  12:00p.m.  Three Rivers CC  Away 
Tue 3/4  2:00p.m.  Kansas City Kansas CC  Home 
Thur 3/6  1:00p.m.  MCC-Longview  Home 
Sun 3/9  1:00p.m.  Connors State  Away 
Mon 3/10  1:00p.m.  Seminole State College  Away 
Tue 3/18  2:00p.m.  North Eastern Oklahoma  Home 
Wed 3/19  1:00p.m.  Iowa Western CC  Home 
Thur 3/20  1:00p.m.  Crowder College  Home 
Sat 3/22  1:00p.m.  Crowder College  Away 
Tue 3/25  2:00p.m.  Johnson County CC  Home 
Thur 3/27  2:00p.m.  MCC-Longview  Away 
Sat 3/29  2:00p.m.  Mineral Area College  Home 
Sun 3/30  12:00p.m.  Mineral Area College  Home 
Tue 4/1  2:00p.m.  Kansas City Kansas CC  Away 
Wed 4/2  2:00p.m.  SW Iowa CC  Home 
Thur 4/3  1:00p.m.  North Central CC  Away 
Sat 4/5  1:00p.m.  North Central CC  Home 
Sun 4/6  2:00p.m.  MCC-Longview  Away 
Tue 4/8 6:00p.m. Johnson County CC Away
Sat 4/12 1:00p.m. St. Louis Archers Home
Sun 4/13 1:00p.m. St. Louis Archers Home
Tue 4/15 2:00p.m. Iowa Western CC Away
Thur 4/17 2:00p.m. MCC-Longview Home
Fri 4/18 1:00p.m. St. Charles Home
Sat 4/19 1:00p.m. St. Charles Away
Thur 4/24 1:00p.m. Jefferson College Away
Sat 4/26 1:00p.m. Jefferson College Home
Thur 5/1 2:00p.m. SW Iowa CC Away

Athlete Spotlight

Trenton HillComing off of a record year for the Liberty High School Bluejays, stand-out Nate Winfrey has proven an asset to the Monarchs early this season at third base.

While playing for the Blue Jays, Winfrey spent 3 years as a celebrated infielder on Missouri's Class 5 All-State Team. Winfrey also had one of the most prolific baseball careers at Liberty High School, setting records in 8 statistical categories.

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Monarchs Baseball News

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Monarchs find rhythm at mid-season

As warmer weather approaches and Spring officially comes to Kansas City, the Monarchs are hitting their stride mid-season. While their overall record stands at 10-17, the Monarchs have won 7 of their last 10 games. more importantly, they are 4-0 in conference play and are only getting stronger as the season continues.

Scoring runs has been a strength for the Monarchs all season long - the team has posted 139 runs in just 27 games, with sophomore Trenton Hill and freshman Nate Winfrey leading the way with over 20 hits each.

Former Monarch Logan Morrison traded to Mariners

Former Monarch Logan Morrison, who has spent the previous two seasons with the Miami Marlins, was recently traded to the Seattle Mariners. He signed a one-year contract worth just over 1 million and will carry out first base/left field.designated hitter duties for the Mariners.

Former MLB draft pick and Monarchs catcher joins SIU coaching staff

Former Monarchs catcher and MLB draft prospect Joe Lincoln has joined the 2014 Southern Illinois University coaching staff. He began his collegiate career at Maple Woods, where he hit 48 RBIs as a freshman before transferring on the Kansas State University as a sophomore.

Lincoln was originally drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 38th round of the 2007 draft and then again by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 34th round of the 2010 draft. He played for the Dodgers' minor league affiliates for two years before turning to coaching - first with Austin Peay State University, then with SIU.

St. Joe standout Dillon Mattice commits to Monarchs

The Monarchs recently added another powerful pitcher to the lineup - Benton High School's Dillon Mattice committed to play for the Monarchs in 2014.

Mattice excelled as a pitcher with a 2.73 ERA and struck out 39 batters through 59 innings. He was a force at the plate, batting .294 on the season.

Mattice joins fellow St. Joseph Monarch Will Carter, who has had great career for the Monarchs.

Interested in becoming a part of the Monarchs tradition?

The Monarchs coaching staff is always interested in meeting with players and their families throughout the year. If you are looking to man the field for the Monarchs, visit our Recruiting page and make an appointment.

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NJCAA World Series Appearance


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