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St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club

Checking in on the SLSG MO ECNL ALUM - Part 2

Checking in on the SLSG MO ECNL ALUM - Part 2

ST. LOUIS, MO. – College Soccer is deep into the tournament season with many college programs crowned conference champions, receiving automatic bids and or at large bids into the NCAA tournament.  Ralph Richards, the ECNL Director reports on how our St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri ECNL ALUM wrapped up their respective college seasons and highlights the individuals and programs who will be playing in the first round.

“It is truly the ultimate goal if you’re a college player, playing deep into November and chasing the college cup,” said Richards.  “However, my heart goes out to the programs and players who narrowly miss out on this experience.”

 

St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri girls has 19 ECNL Alum currently still playing in their respective NCAA tournament.  “I wish all our players the best come this weekend,” said Richards.  “At this point in the season the work has been done and now it’s all about taking your chances, focusing on the details and having a little luck.”

 

 

 

 

Arkansas State @AStateSoccer – 9-5-3

SUNBELT Conference tournament runners-up

 

Megan McClure, Junior Goalkeeper with 16 appearances on the season.

Sunbelt All-Tournament team

 

 

 

Butler University @ButtlerWSoccer – 10-5-4

BIG EAST Conference tournament Quarter finalist

 

Gabby Smith, Sophomore Forward with 8 appearances on the season.  

 

Gretchen Skoglund, Freshman Forward with 2 assists from 19 appearances on the season.  

 

 

 

Colorado State University @CSUFutbol – 12-5-3

Mountain West Conference tournament

 

Olivia Layton, Freshman Midfielder with 1 goal and 1 assist from 19 appearances on the season.  

 

Sarah Hogenkamp, Freshman Defender

 

 

 

Drake University @DrakeWSoccer – 8-10-1

Missouri Valley Conference tournament semi-finalist

 

Annie Schmitz, Senior Defender with 1 assist in 19 appearances on the season.  

 

 

 

Drury University @drury_w_soccer – 3-13-2

Kayla Day, Senior Midfielder with 3 goals from 8 starts on the season.  

 

 

 

Indiana State University @IndStSoccer – 3-11-2

Lindsey Anstine, Senior Midfielder with 16 appearances on the season.  

 

Pam Silies, Senior Forward

 

 

 

Kansas University @KUWSoccer – 9-3-0

Big 12 Conference Champions and NCAA division I Tournament bound v University of Iowa

 

Maddison Meador, Senior Defender with 15 appearances on the season to date.

 

 

 

Lindenwood University @LULionSoccer – 7-9-1

Amanda Orlando, Junior Midfielder with 2 goals from 17 starts on the season.

 

 

 

McKendree University @McKBearcats – 14-3-2 (still playing)

GLVC Regular Season Champs – currently in GLVC semi-final v Bellarmine

 

Abby Tucker, Freshman Goalkeeper with 1 start on the season.

 

 

 

Middle Tennessee State University @MT_Soccer – 8-10-1

Conference USA quarter finalists

 

Sydney Chalcraft, Senior Goalkeeper with 15 starts on the season.

 

 

 

Missouri State University @MSUBearsWSoccer – 11-5-2

MVC Conference semi-finalists

 

Jacqueline Baetz, Junior Defender – season ending injury

 

 

 

Northwestern University @NUWSoccer – 5-10-3

Kayleigh Stahlschmidt, Junior Forward with 6 appearances on the season. Season ending injury

 

 

 

Oakland University @OaklandWSoccer – 7-8-3

Horizon League semi-finalists

 

Alaina Nasello, freshman Forward with 13 appearances on the season.

 

 

 

Rice University @RiceSoccer – 10-6-3

Conference USA semi-finalists

 

Delaney Schultz, Sophomore Midfielder with 5 goals and 4 assists from 19 starts on the season. 

Earned All-Conference second team

 

 

 

Samford University @SamfordSoccer – 13-3-5

Southern Conference Champions and NCAA division I Tournament bound v South Carolina

 

Lindsay Origliasso, Freshman Defender with 21 appearances on the season.

 

 

 

 

Southeast Missouri State University @SEMOSoccer – 11-5-1

Ohio Valley Conference regular season champions and tournament semi-finalists

 

Lexi Hacker, Senior Defender with 11 appearances on the season.

 

Kate Daus, Sophomore Midfielder with 17 appearances on the season.

 

Lauren Welker, Sophomore Forward with 16 appearances on the season.

 

Natalie Jackson, Freshman Midfielder, with 17 appearances on the season.

 

 

 

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville @SIUEWSoccer – 10-5-5

Ohio Valley Conference tournament finalist

 

Ashley Guardado, Sophomore Forward with 1 goal from 13 appearances on the season.

 

Lilly Schnieders, Freshman Forward with 4 goals and 1 assist from 12 appearances on the season.

Earned OVC All Newcomer team

 

 

 

Saint Louis University @SLUWSoccer – 17-3-2

A-10 regular season and conference tournament Champions and NCAA division I Tournament bound v Notre Dame

 

Emma Farley, Senior Defender with 2 assists from 22 starts on the season.

 

Alli Klug, Senior Defender with 4 goals and 1 assist from 22 starts on the season.

A-10 Defender of the Year & First team All-Conference

Top 10 finalist of 2019 Senior CLASS Award

2019 Hermann Tropey Watch List

 

Courtney Reimer, Senior Midfielder with 7 goals and 2 assists from 22 starts on the season.

2-time TDS National Team of the Week

A-10 Midfielder of the Year & First team All-Conference

 

Sydney Walker, Junior Forward with 1 goal from 15 appearances on the season.

 

Isabel Burke, Sophomore Defender with 1 goal and 1 assist from 22 appearances on the season.

A-10 Defensive Player of the Week Award

 

Emily Groark, Sophomore Forward with 1 goal and 5 assists from 18 starts on the season.

 

Kasey Hartmann, Sophomore Goalkeeper with 4 appearances on the season.

 

Anna Lawler, Sophomore Midfielder with 2 goals and 2 assists from 21 appearances on the season.

A-10 All-Rookie team

 

Emma Christanell, Freshman Defender

 

Abbie Miller, Freshman Midfielder with 1 goal and 3 assists from 22 appearances on the season.

 

Anna Walsh, Freshman Forward with 1 goal and 2 assists from 19 appearances on the season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Texas Tech University @TexasTechSoccer – 15-3-2

Big 12 tournament semi-finalists and NCAA division I Tournament bound v Pepperdine

 

 

 

 

Kirsten Davis, Junior Forward with 16 goals and 6 assists from 20 starts on the season.

Big-12 Offensive Player of the Year and First team All-Big 12

Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Iowa @HawkeyeSoccer – 15-4-1

Big Ten tournament quarter finalists and NCAA Division I Tournament bound v Kansas University

 

Sam Cary, freshman Defender with 1 goal, 3 assists from 20 starts on the season.  

 

 

 

University of Mississippi @OleMissSoccer – 10-7-3

SEC quarter finalists

 

Channing Foster, Sophomore Forward with 10 goals and 3 assists from 20 starts on the season.

First team All-SEC

 

 

 

University of Missouri @MizzouSoccer – 7-10-1

Anna Frick, Senior Defender with 1 assist from 18 starts on the season.

 

Cass Nurnberger, Junior Midfielder with 18 starts on the season.

 

Blythe Beldner, Sophomore Midfielder with 1 goal from 12 appearances on the season.

 

Jadyn Easley, Freshman Forward with 2 assists from 18 appearances on the season.

 

Sarah Luebbert, Senior Forward with 8 goals and 6 assists from 18 appearances on the season.

First Team All-SEC

SEC Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year

 

 

 

 

University of Missouri Kansas City @KCRoosWSoccer – 13-4-4

Western Athletic Conference semi-finalists

 

Erin Roth, Senior Goalkeeper with 16 starts on the season to date.

Western Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week

 

 

 

University of Nebraska Omaha @OmahaWSoc – 5-11-2

Margaret Lavigne, Sophomore Defender with 1 goal and 1 assist from 18 starts on the season.

Second-team All-Summit Award

Summit League Defensive Player of the Week

 

 

 

University of Quincy @QUWSoccer – 6-10-1

Mo Rooney, Senior Midfielder with 2 assists from 17 starts on the season.

 

Alex Severino, Junior Midfielder with 7 starts on the season.  Season ending injury

 

Mary Maloney, Sophomore Midfielder with 1 goal and 1 assist from 15 appearances on the season.

 

Syd Gorman, Sophomore Defender with 2 assists from 16 starts on the season.

 

 

 

University of Tennessee @Vol_Soccer – 9-6-3

Hadley Cytron, Freshman Forward with 6 appearances on the season to date.

 

 

 

Western Kentucky University @WKU_Soccer – 8-4-1

Conference USA quarter finalists

 

Sydney Ernst, Freshman Defender with 2 assists from 13 starts on the season.

 

 

 

Xavier University @XavierWSOC – 16-3-2

BIG-EAST regular season and tournament Champions and NCAA Division I Tournament bound v Virginia Tech

 

 

Emily Burton, Junior Midfielder with 1 goal and 2 assists from 21 appearances on the season.

 

Megan Sullivan, Junior Midfielder with 2 appearance on the season.

 

Hayley Jakovich, Sophomore Defender with 2 goals and 3 assists from 21 starts on the season.

BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week

 

 

 

 

 

Ralph Richards will follow back up with the ECNL Alum as the college cups come to an end and final awards and accolades have been announced.