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David Owens
Head Soccer Coach
Office: 816.604.6426
Cell: 816.437.1958
David.Owens@mcckc.edu

Schedule & Game Statistics

2018-2019 Statistics

Allen County game rescheduled to September 17, 2018

The Friday, 8/31/18 MCC Wolves women's and men's games at Allen County Community College have been postponed due to wet field conditions. Games have been rescheduled to Monday, September 17th at 2 pm (women) and 4 pm (men) at Allen County CC in Iola, KS.

The Saturday, 9/1/18 games versus Neosho County CC will be played as scheduled. Game times are 2 pm (women) and 4 pm (men). Location is Veteran's Stadium at Chanute HS, 1501 W. 36th Street, Chanute, KS 66720.

Metropolitan Community College consolidates athletics program starting in fall 2018

The MCC-Blue River and MCC-Maple Woods men's soccer programs will merge into one MCC program beginning in the fall of 2018!  The men's team will be located at the MCC-Blue River campus.  Coach David Owens will oversee the team along with assistant coach Goran Karadzov.  With consolidation, future student-athletes will be able to take classes at any one of the five MCC campuses and still play soccer for MCC.  

On December 7, 2017, MCC announced that Wolves will be the name of the new mascot. If interested in becoming a part of the MCC Wolves soccer program, please click on the recruiting tab and fill out a form!  Collectively, both MCC soccer teams have been to five NJCAA Region 16 finals, winning three regional titles since being founded in 2007.  With the pooling of talent and resources, the future of the program is very promising!  Come join the pack and run with the Wolves! 

Trail Blazers honored during athletic awards ceremony 

The MCC-Blue River soccer program hosted the annual Trail Blazers Athletic Awards Program on Wednesday, November 15, 2017.  The annual event recaps the season and recognizes athletic achievement and contribution to the success of the Trail Blazers soccer program.  Award winners are:

Trail Blazers Offensive MVP Trevon Lewis and Butoyi Issa

Trail Blazers Defensive MVP Juan Garcia

Trail Blazers Team MVP Alex Reyes

Trail Blazers Spirit Award -  Nicolas Diaz

Trail Blazers Most Improved Player Matthew Hutcheson

Trevon Lewis and Butoyi Issa earn NJCAA Region 16 honors

Trevon Lewis and Butoyi Issa were selected to the NJCAA Region 16 Second Team by region coaches. Trevon, a graduate of Lee's Summit West High School, led the Trail Blazers with seven goals and six assists in 2017.  His teammate Butoyi, a graduate of Hickman High School, was second in the team in scoring with five goals.  Congratulations Trevon and Butoyi!

 

Last Modified: 9/7/18