Spring 2015 Schedule more details

Day Time Opponent Site
3/3 1:00 North Eastern OK  Away (7,7)
3/8 2:00 Seminole Away (7,7)
3/10 1:30 Connors State Away (7,7)
3/12 1:00 Crowder Home (7,9)
3/15 1:00 Crowder Away (7,9)
3/16 3:00 Iowa Central Home (9)
3/17 1:00 Iowa Central Home (7,7)
3/21 2:00 Mineral Area Away (7,9)
3/22 1:00 Mineral Area Away (7,9)
3/25  3:00 Kansas City KS Away (9)
3/26 2:00 Longview Away (9)
3/28 1:00 North Central Away (7,9)
3/29   1:00 North Central Home (7,9)
3/31  2:00  Johnson County  Home (7,9) 
4/3  4:00  St. Louis CC  Away (7,9) 
4/4  1:00  St. Louis CC  Away (7,9) 
4/7  2:00  Kansas City KS  Home (9) 
4/8  3:00  Highland  Away (9) 
4/9  1:00  St. Charles  Home (7,9) 
4/11 1:00 St. Charles Away (7,9)
4/12 2:00 Longview Home (7,7)
4/16 1:00 Jefferson  Away (7,9)
4/18 1:00 Jefferson Home (7,9)
4/21 4:00 Johnson County Away (7,9)
4/22 2:00 Highland Home (9)
4/23 1:00 Longview Away (9)
4/25 2:00 Three Rivers Home (7,9)
4/26 12:00 Three Rivers Home (7,9)
4/28 2:00 Kansas City KS Away (9)


Athlete Spotlight

Steven D'Amico

Steven D'Amico is a RHP from Overland Park, KS.

Steven is one of our top arms and has some of the best stuff on the team. Steven came to Maple Woods in the Fall of 2013 after being in the Navy for 5 years.

Steven is a dedicated student athlete that works both hard on and off the field.

"Steven is a very unique person.  It is not very often you have a kid that is 26 years old that has the mechanics he possesses, along with the stuff.  He has a chance to be a very talented arm and will have the opportunity to play at a high level once he leaves Maple Woods. We are excited to have Steven here and help with him gain the opportunities he has worked hard for."

NJCAA - 75yrs: 1938-2013

Sports Training Center (STC): MCC-Maple Woods

Monarchs Baseball News

Monarchs split double header with IWCC

The Monarchs won game one of Tuesday's double header 3-2.  Freshman pitcher Andrew Curry was on the mound in his first start of the season and was efficient, going 6 innings, allowing 2 hits and 1 earned run, while striking out 6 and walking one batter. The Monarchs took the series with the victory over Iowa Central.

The Monarchs lost game two 3-1 after being unable to get going offensively. Sophomore Jake VanVacter threw well, but the bats could not come alive and were unable to score enough runs to win the game.

The Monarchs dropped the game to move to 3-8 on the year.

Monarchs can't overcome errors, fall twice to Crowder College

Maple Woods got behind early in game 1 of the double-header on Thursday, trailing 5-0 through three innings. The Monarchs battled back to bring the score to 5-3 after six innings, but could not capitalize after early errors. Sophomore pitcher Steven D'Amico was on the mound throwing a complete game, striking out seven while walking only one. Maple Woods lost Game 1 5-3.

Game 2 for the Monarchs had a similar outcome. Maple Woods got behind early, but battled back late in the game. The Monarchs could not overcome seven errors in the field and left 10 runners on base. Maple Woods battled back in the late innings, scoring four runs, but fell one run short. The final score was 11-10 to Crowder.

Monarchs drop two games to Connors State

MCC-Maple Woods was back in action against Connors State on Tuesday. The Monarchs jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the first inning thanks to a two-RBI base hit by Ramsey Scott. Jaren Kutzke was on the mound for Maple Woods in game 1 and cruised for three innings until running into trouble in the fourth inning, when Connors State scored seven runs. Maple Woods would go on to drop the game 12-2.

Game 2 for the Monarchs was a pitching duel. Sophomore Brendan Feldmann started on the mound and threw very well, holding Connors State to two runs through four innings of work. Connor Matson relieved Feldmann and threw four scoreless innings in relief. The Monarchs could not get anything going offensively, however, and dropped the game 2-0.

2015 Monarchs Season Preview


Cowboy-Up Triathlon donates funds to Matt Mason Memorial Scholarship



MCC-Maple Woods alum Logan Morrison on his experience at MCC


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.

Region XVI Champions

1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, and 2013


South Central District Champions



NJCAA World Series Appearance


For more information about MCC-Maple Woods athletics, please call (816) 604-3000.