Bitzas first player in C-SC program history to earn All-American mention
Women's College Soccer

Bitzas first player in C-SC program history to earn All-American mention

CANTON, Mo. -- For the first time in her collegiate soccer career, Culver-Stockton College junior goalkeeper Kehley Bitzas survived a full season without getting injured. It meant the Wildcats had a chance to win every time out.

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'He was such a strong human being': Mackenzie's legacy is much more than soccer success
Men's College Soccer

'He was such a strong human being': Mackenzie's legacy is much more than soccer success

The man they respectfully called "Coach" until his dying day was so much more than that. Those who played for Jack Mackenzie during his legendary career as the Quincy University men's soccer coach attest to that. "No truer words were spoken when you talk about Jack," said Eric Delabar, an All-American goalkeeper who graduated from QU in 1979 who later spent 19 seasons as the head women's soccer coach at Maryville University. "He was a great coach, a legendary soccer coach, but he cared about his players even more."

Jack Mackenzie, 77, helped create soccer dynasty in Quincy
Men's College Soccer

Jack Mackenzie, 77, helped create soccer dynasty in Quincy

Jack Mackenzie, the Hall of Fame coach who was the architect of the Quincy University men’s soccer dynasty, died Wednesday night. He was 77.
Mackenzie coached the Hawks for 43 seasons, leading them to nine NAIA national championships between 1971 and 1981 while compiling a 516-258-76 overall record. His 516 victories rank 10th in NCAA history, regardless of division. He’s third on the NCAA Division II all-time victories list.
Mackenzie was named the NAIA Coach of the Year four times and was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame, the United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame, the St. Louis Players Hall of Fame and the QU Hall of Fame.

Jack Mackenzie, 77, helped create soccer dynasty in Quincy
Men's College Soccer

Jack Mackenzie, 77, helped create soccer dynasty in Quincy

QUINCY -- Jack Mackenzie, the Hall of Fame coach who was the architect of the Quincy University men's soccer dynasty, passed away Wednesday evening. He was 77. Mackenzie coached the Hawks for 43 seasons, leading them to nine NAIA national championships...

QU's Leonard named GLVC Defensive Player of the Year
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QU's Leonard named GLVC Defensive Player of the Year

Quincy University senior linebacker Cody Leonard has been named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year after his record setting season. Leonard is the first Hawks football player to receive this distinction since the conference sta

QHS alum Sohn helps Saints win GLVC title
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QHS alum Sohn helps Saints win GLVC title

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. -- Neither the dramatic manner in which the Maryville men's soccer team won Sunday's Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament championship nor the reaction of the Saints will be forgotten. "Unreal," sophomore midfielder J.D. Sohn said.

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C-SC eliminated from conference tournament

ATCHISON, Kan. -- The Culver-Stockton College women's soccer team gave up four goals in the first half and lost 6-0 to top-seeded Benedictine in the quarterfinals of the Heart of America Athletic Conference Toournament. Benedictine's Anna Romano and Olivi

College notebook: QU soccer players earn GLVC postseason honors
Men's College Soccer

College notebook: QU soccer players earn GLVC postseason honors

The Great Lakes Valley Conference postseason honors suggest good things are on the horizon for the Quincy University men's and women's soccer programs. Each team had a player share the league's Freshman of the Year honor, and they combined...

Raiders' Murphy, Blue Devils' Smith earn all-state honors
Prep Boys Soccer

Raiders' Murphy, Blue Devils' Smith earn all-state honors

QUINCY -- Two of the most prolific goal scorers in Quincy prep boys soccer history are receiving the recognition their lofty numbers deserve. Quincy Notre Dame senior forward Mitchell Murphy and Quincy High School senior forward Jaeden Smith have been named to the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association all-state team.

Wildcats post shutout to advance in Heart tourney
Women's College Soccer

Wildcats post shutout to advance in Heart tourney

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- The stingiest defense the Culver-Stockton College women's soccer program has put on the field since Tyler Tomlinson took over as head coach refuses to concede. Tuesday night, that kept the Wildcats' season alive.