Day Time Opponent Field
8/13 6pm Park University Away
8/16 10am MidAmerica Nazarene University Away
8/19 6pm Rockhurst University
8/23 4:00pm Coffeyville CC Home
8/27 3pm Heartland CC Away
8/28 2pm Parkland CC Away
8/30 4:00pm Neosho CC Away
9/1 4:00pm Indian Hills CC Away
9/6 4pm Northern Oklahoma College Away
9/10 2pm Jefferson College Home
9/15 4pm ST Charles CC Away
9/20 4pm Crowder College Away
9/22 4pm State fair CC Away
9/24 2pm Southwestern Illinois College Home
9/27 4pm Blue River CC Home
10/1 2pm East central CC Home
10/4 4pm  Wentworth Military Academy & College



10/6 3:45pm St Louis


10/12 1pm Johnson County CC


Athlete Spotlight

Alex Weatherly

Osman Mberwa, a returning sophomore midfielder from California will be a key player to the Monarch’s line up this season. The Maple Woods Men’s Soccer Team will rely on his leadership and experience to help offensively and defensively. This season Osman has shown hard work and dedication that has proven to be a great example to the incoming players. The Monarchs are excited to have him here for his second year.

NJCAA - 75yrs: 1938-2013

Sports Training Center (STC): MCC-Maple Woods

Monarchs Men's Soccer News


Men's Soccer Open Tryouts:

Dates & Times: July 8th at 6pm &  July 9th at 10am

Location:Happy Rock Park, 7600 NE Antioch Rd, Gladstone, MO 64119

You must have a physical in order to participate



The following players were recently selected for the 2015-2016 NJCAA Region XVI All-Region Second Team:

Bernando Badillo - Sophomore Raj Ramadhou - Sophomore
Silva Backarie - Sophomore Adeeb Qaisi - Freshman


Oumar Seck joins Monarchs coaching staff

Oumar Seck, former assistant coach for Johnson County Community College and a recent graduate of Mid-America Nazarene University, has joined MCC-Maple Woods as head coach for the Monarchs.

Seck played one season at JCCC before transferring to play at Mid-America Nazarene for three years. Seck earned a degree in sports management from MNU with a minor in coaching.

After graduating, Seck returned to JCCC to coach alongside his former head coach  Fatai Ayoade in 2012, helping lead the team to an 11-8-0 record. That team reached the NJCAA Region VI championship for the first time since 2007.

Seck is originally from Senegal, Africa.



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