Monarchs Men's Soccer History

The MCC-Maple Woods Monarchs men's soccer team started in 2007 under head coach Todd Logan, a graduate of Bob Jones University. He has directed the team through its first few seasons and quickly took them from a start-up team to an annual top performer – they were ranked 13th in the nation by the National Junior College Athletic Association in Division 1 for 2009. The Monarchs defeated several top 10 teams and finished 2nd in the region that year.

In 2011, the Monarchs were NJCAA Region 16 Champions and Logan was named NJCAA Coach of the Year. Under Logan, the Monarchs have an overall record of 52 wins, 24 losses, and 13 ties and currently are ranked in the top 25 teams in the nation.

In 2015, Oumar Seck, former assistant coach for Johnson County Community College and graduate of Mid-America Nazarene University, joined MCC-Maple Woods as head coach for the Monarchs. 

The Monarchs men's soccer team has had young men from all over the country and the world, including California, Texas, Nevada, England, Brazil, Italy, South Africa, Mexico, Nigeria, Togo, Scotland and Ireland, as well as many players from Kansas City and the surrounding area. In addition, the Monarchs have had two players considered for All-American honors: Tazou Ali Tagba in 2007 and Gabriel Muniz in 2011.

The Monarchs have had an outstanding start and look forward to continuing a great soccer tradition.