From being a multi-sport student-athlete to currently coaching multiple sports, Webster University's Mike Siener knows what being a part of the NCAA Division III culture is all about. Find out how being D3 led him to where he is today.
This week's SLIAC Feature Friday is with MacMurray College student-athlete Luke Jarvis. Jarvis talks about playing two sports in college and what last year's run to the baseball conference tournament was like.
The Blackburn College Men's Soccer Team is hosting a one day exposure camp on Saturday March 25 on the Blackburn Campus. The camp will take place at 11 a.m. on the soccer field and is open to high school juniors and seniors.
The 2017 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Hall of Fame Class will be the largest since 2007 and includes Rachel Backes, Jeff Borengasser, Christina Day, Ricky Seaman, Katy Meyer, and Crystal Spinner.
Principia College Director of Athletics Dr. Lee Ellis has announced a change in the structure of the men's and women's soccer programs. Beginning July 2017, Director of Soccer Jess Semnacher will become Head Men's Coach, and Associate Director of Soccer Meagan Fleming will take over as Head Women's Coach. Deputy Director Nicole Gervais will continue assisting both programs in her role as Associate Head Coach, but will primarily focus on the women's program.
For the second straight fall the SLIAC will recognize a record amount of student-athltes on the conference All-Academic Team. This fall a total of 181 student-athletes earned SLIAC All-Academic Team honors, surpassing last year's record high of 168.
Spalding University's historic 2016 season highlights the SLIAC Men' Soccer All-Conference team. In addition to their first ever regular season conference title the Golden Eagles were honored on the All-Conference team by sweeping the SLIAC individual awards that include the Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, and Newcomer of the Year awards.
This week's SLIAC Players of the Week include Charles Dalton, from Greenville College; Cierra Howard, from Iowa Wesleyan University; Jessie Kuykendall, from Westminster College; Hannah Marshall, from Westminster College; Bernardo Oseguera, from MacMurray College; Tayler Pulvirenti, from Fontbonne University; Lyndi Saccaro, from MacMurray College; and Glenn Teubner, from Westminster College.
The Spalding University Men's Soccer traveled to the Walden School this past week for a community soccer clinic. The Walden School's athletic department is headed by former Spalding Soccer player and Spalding University alum David Gross, who invited the Spalding staff and players out for an afternoon with their players.