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Archers Sponsor Summer Youth Soccer Camp

Youngsters interested in improving their soccer IQ are invited to attend the Junior Archers Summer Soccer Camp conducted by St. Louis Community College. Boys and girls ages five years and older will learn skills from Tim Mosby and Erin Hesselbach, head coaches for the STLCC men’s and women’s soccer teams, respectively. The camp is slated […]

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Three Archer Women Named to All-Region XVI First Team

Despite a season that included a few more bumps in the road than in years past, the 2014 women’s soccer season was not without a number of stellar individual performances. A year that was highlighted by transition, youth and adversity concluded in recognition of excellence, as three Archer women were named to Region XVI’s first […]

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Archer Women Fall to MCC-Blue River

Despite an early offensive surge resulting in the first goal of freshman forward Lily Vandergrif’s career, the Archers fell 4-1 to Metropolitan Community College-Blue River in the team’s final home game of the season. STLCC maintained pressure in the offensive third of the field throughout much of the opening half of the game, a departure […]

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Sophomores’ Work Ethic Leaves Lasting Impression on Teammates

Erin Hesselbach knew her first year at the helm of the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team would often be defined by youth, as the Archers opened the year with just four sophomore players. However, the example shown by sophomores Hannah Wisnewski, Brigid McInerney, Shannan Adlabi and Sammie Weaver during her inaugural season at […]

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Colleen Raftery and the Archers were blanked by St. Charles Community College 2-0 Sept. 11.

STLCC Women Face Challenging Final Weeks

In what has been an up-and-down season for the STLCC women’s soccer team, the Archers will face what may represent their most challenging weeks ahead, as they conclude the regular season schedule with four of their last five games on the road. Offense has been hard to come by for STLCC, as the Archers have […]

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Weaver Positively Transitions into Leadership Role

What a difference a year makes for Sammie Weaver. At this time last year, the current starting goalkeeper and co-captain of the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team wasn’t playing soccer anywhere. Instead, the sophomore was at Florissant Valley, where she played volleyball as a freshman. The year was admittedly a struggle for Weaver, […]

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Archers Fall to St. Charles

In the women’s soccer team’s second attempt at a home opener this week, the Archers struggled offensively in a 2-0 loss to St. Charles Community College Sept. 11. Just two days after their home opener against Southwestern Illinois College was postponed due to lightning, the Archers were unable to build any momentum against St. Charles. […]

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Archers Soccer Teams Look to Build Momentum

For both St. Louis Community College soccer teams, building early momentum has had its challenges. The men entered this week at 2-3, following a split of a two-game road trip to Crowder Community College and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. They have seen two games postponed due to weather, including Tuesday (Sept. 9) at Lewis and Clark […]

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STLCC Women’s Soccer Team Aims for Three-peat

With a roster full of new faces and new head coach, the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team hopes to keep its consecutive runs to the National Junior College Athletic Association Championship Tournament intact. St. Louis native Erin Hesselbach, who succeeds Juergen Huettner as the Archers’ head coach, believes her team will compete for […]

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Archers Soccer Programs Forge toward Transition Period

There’s no debating this fall’s soccer season at St. Louis Community College will look a bit different than those of recent seasons. The transition starts at the top, where the men’s and women’s teams have undergone coaching changes in the same year for the first time since STLCC moved to a districtwide athletics department in […]

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