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Archers Honor Six Departing Women’s Soccer Players

During a small signing ceremony at St. Louis Community College’s Meramec campus, six graduating women’s soccer players recently were honored, as they will continue their collegiate careers at four-year programs. The Archers honored Colleen McComish, Donna Jolliff, Jessica Smugala, Katie Rapisardo, Lauren Guerrero and Taylor Giese, all of whom were members of the team’s back-to-back […]

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Hesselbach Takes over STLCC Women’s Soccer Program

For Erin Hesselbach, the opportunity to become a head coach at the collegiate level came sooner than expected. The former head coach at Incarnate Word Academy in suburban St. Louis takes over the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer program, replacing Juergen Huettner, who took the same position at Southwestern Illinois College earlier this spring. […]

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Huettner Named SWIC Women’s Soccer Coach

Juergen Huettner, who led the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team to two straight National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Championship Tournaments, has resigned to take the head coaching job for the Southwestern Illinois College women’s squad.  In five seasons at STLCC, Huettner’s teams were a combined 62-44-4, including a 15-7-1 campaign in […]

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Smugala Signs with McKendree University

For those who followed the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team closely over the past two seasons, there was little doubt that forward Jessica Smugala would continue her collegiate soccer career at a four-year program. The only question was where. Smugala answered that question this week, when she signed her letter of intent to […]

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Archers Shut Out in NJCAA Soccer Tourney

In a different year, arriving at the NJCAA Division I Soccer Tournament may have been enough for the St. Louis Community College’s women’s soccer team. However, in the team’s second straight trip to Eastern Florida State College for the national tourney, the Archers certainly hoped for a bit more than a two-game finish to the […]

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Archers Drop Tourney Opener; Conclude Pool Play Today

Facing an early offensive barrage, St. Louis Community College fell to second-seeded Paradise Valley (Ariz.) Community College 4-0 on Monday in the NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament opener for both teams. Paradise Valley grabbed a 2-0 lead within the first 25 minutes, and pushed the advantage to 3-0 with just 1:23 remaining in the […]

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Archers Begin Quest for NJCAA Title Today

The field, seeding and schedule are set for the 2013 NJCAA Division I Women’s National Championship Soccer Tournament on the Eastern Florida State College’s Melbourne campus beginning today. St. Louis Community College (15-5-1) seeded 11th in the 12-team field. They face defending national champion and No. 2 seed Paradise Valley Community College at noon today. […]

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Archers Upset Trailblazers; Head to Second Straight NJCAA Tourney

Behind a defensive-oriented approach and a late goal from sophomore midfielder Katie Rapisardo, St. Louis Community College defeated Lewis and Clark 1-0 to advance to its second consecutive NJCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament. Rapisardo scored the game’s only goal in the 82nd minute, and the Archers, led by sophomore goaltender Apolonia Thomas, fended off the Trailblazers […]

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Archers Clinch Second Straight Region XVI Crown

With a 2-0 win over St. Charles Community College, the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team claimed its second consecutive Region XVI Tournament title on Saturday. The Archers will now play for the District D title, and a return trip to the NJCAA Tournament. They will face Lewis and Clark Community College, who the […]

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Women’s Soccer Ready for Postseason Play

After completing the regular season with a 2-0 win over St. Charles Community College, the St. Louis Community College women’s soccer team prepared to embark on what they hope will be a second consecutive national tournament appearance. The road to that tournament remains steep, however, and will begin today when they play Metropolitan Community College-Maple […]

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