2016 Spring  Schedule more details

Day Time Opponent Site
2/18 2 pm KCK - scrimmage Happy Rock Park
2/25 1/3 pm Highland-POSTPONED  Highland, KS
2/29 1/3 pm Highland Highland, KS
3/1 2/4 pm Kansas City Kansas -POSTPONED Happy Rock Park
3/2 2/4 pm Kansas City Kansas Happy Rock Park
3/3 2/4 pm North Central MO# Happy Rock Park
3/5 1/3 pm Ft. Scott Happy Rock Park
3/7 3/5 pm Mineral Area Happy Rock
3/8 2/4 pm Jefferson# - POSTPONED Happy Rock Park
3/9 1/3 pm Cowley Happy Rock Park
3/11 2/4 pm Jefferson# Happy Rock Park
3/15 1/3 pm Ellsworth Happy Rock Park
3/17 2/4 pm Crowder# Neosho, MO
3/20 2/4 pm St. Charles# - POSTPONED Happy Rock Park
3/21 2/4 pm St. Charles# Happy Rock Park
3/24 2/4 pm Iowa Western Happy Rock Park
3/29 3/5 pm Marshalltown Marshalltown, IA
4/2 12/2 pm Three Rivers# Poplar Bluff, MO
4/3 12/2 pm Three Rivers# Poplar Bluff, MO
4/6 2/4 pm North Central MO# Trenton, MO
4/7 2/4 pm Allen County - POSTPONED Happy Rock Park
4/10 1/3 pm MO Valley College JV- POSTPONED Happy Rock Park
4/11 2/4 pm Central Methodist JV Happy Rock Park
4/13 2/4 pm Kansas City Kansas City, KS
4/15 2/4 pm St. Charles# St. Charles, MO
4/16 1/3 pm Jefferson# Hillsboro, MO
4/18 1/3 pm MO Valley College JV - POSTPONED Happy Rock Park
4/20 2/4 pm Mo Valley JV - CANCELLED Happy Rock Park
4/21 2/4 pm Crowder# Happy Rock Park
4/25 2/4 pm Allen County Happy Rock Park
4/29 TBA Region 16 tournament Columbia, MO
4/30 TBA Region 16 Tournament Columbia, MO
5/6 TBA District J Championship TBA
5/7 TBA        District J Championship TBA
5/18 -5/21   NJCAA National Championship  

Athlete Spotlight

Kaitlyn Nutt

Sara Van Dyke is a sophomore from Linneus, Missouri. Van Dyke, who started 25 games as a freshman, will spend most of the year in the outfield. Her parents are Harold and Mary Van Dyke. She played at Meadville R-IV High School and for the Athletics during travel ball. Her future plans include pursuing a degree in Park and Recreational Management or Vet Tech at a four year university. 

NJCAA - 75yrs: 1938-2013

Sports Training Center (STC): MCC-Maple Woods

Monarchs Softball News

Recent Game Results:

April 16th - Maple Woods Swept by Jefferson College

April 15th - MW Splits Against St. Charles

April 13th - Monarchs Split Earn Split With Comeback Win in Game 2 Against KCK

April 11th - Maple Woods Sweeps Central Methodist JV

April 6th - Monarchs Swept by NCMC





Three Monarchs Sign with 4-Year Colleges

Three Monarchs softball players, Bailey Guiles, Autumn Hughes, and Amy Spieler, recently signed Letter of Intents to continue their education and softball career after they finish at MCC-Maple Woods.

  • Centerfielder Bailey Guiles (Kirksville, MO/Kirksville HS) signed with NAIA Park University (Parkville, MO).  Guiles started all 40 games for the Monarchs in 2015 and was third on the team in batting average, hitting .346, with 3 homeruns (2nd on team), 10 doubles (tied for the team lead), 28 runs (2nd on team), and 23 RBI’s (2nd on team).  The strong-armed outfielder also had 8 assists from her spot in CF.
  • 3rd baseman Autumn Hughes (Savannah, MO/North Andrew HS) signed with NAIA Missouri Valley College (Marshall, MO).  In 2015 Hughes started all for 40 games for the Monarchs, hitting .280 with 8 doubles (tied for 2nd on team), 2 homeruns, and 19 BB (led team).  Known for her tough defense, she also led the Monarchs in assists in 2015.
  • 1st baseman Amy Spieler (Kansas City, MO/Winnetonka HS) signed with NAIA Missouri Valley College (Marshall, MO).  Spieler led the Monarchs in hitting in 2015 with a .373 batting average.  She also had 10 doubles (tied for the team lead), 2 homeruns, 18 RBI’s, and 30 runs (led team).  Spieler, also led the team in on-base percentage at .433. 
 Autumn Sign
Bailey Park