MU soccer still unbeaten

Sunday, September 17, 2006 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 4:23 p.m. CDT, Thursday, July 3, 2008

The Missouri soccer team remains unbeaten with a 2-1 victory over Wisconsin in the Wisconsin Soccer Classic. Senior Elyse Nikonchuk scored Missouri’s first goal in the final minute of the first half. Three minutes into the second half, Missouri freshman Kristin Andrighetto scored MU’s second goal. Meghan Pfeiffer got the assist.

COLUMBIA COLLEGE SOCCER: The Cougars won both games in a weekend tournament in Omaha, Neb. The team beat No. 16 Grand View 2-0 on Saturday. Matt Budenholzer scored the first goal for Columbia College in the 34th minute, assisted by Max Laitner. The second goal was scored in the 88th minute by Lloyd Jacobs and assisted by Justin Robinson. Goalie Tanner Mills had five saves.

On Friday, Columbia College beat St. Ambrose 3-1. Columbia College (5-2) plays again on Wednesday against Harris Stowe State University.

HICKMAN SOFTBALL: The Kewpies won the Pleasant Hill Tournament on Saturday, winning all four games. Hickman defeated Warrensberg 7-0, Lee’s Summit West 6-2, Grain Valley 6-4 and Platt County 2-1 in the championship game. Jennifer Bieberly went 4-9 on the weekend with 5 RBIs. Bieberly drove in both runs in the championship game with a triple. Laura Miller went 5-10 with 5 RBI and Shana White batted 4-9 with 3 RBI. The Kewpies play on Monday at Southern Boone.

ROCK BRIDGE TENNIS: The Bruins finished fifth in the Pembroke Hill tennis tournament on Saturday. Blue Valley Northwest (Kan.) won and St. Joseph Academy was second. On Friday, Rock Bridge defeated Shawne Mission East 6-3. The team is 10-1 on the season.

HICKMAN GIRLS TENNIS: The Kewpies finished second Friday at the Smith-Cotton Invitational in Sedalia. There were eight teams in the tournament, which was won by Jefferson City. Hickman’s No. 1 doubles team of Dina Kaissi and Cassia Filipe won the doubles bracket and the Kewpies’ second-seeded doubles team of Megan Darter and Elizabeth Haggen finished fourth. Hickman’s No. 1 singles player Carrie Ingersoll lost in the semifinals of the consolation bracket.

HICKMAN CROSS COUNTRY: The Kewpies’ boys team placed second out of 20 teams Saturday at the Hazelwood Central Invitational. The girls team placed second out of 21 teams.

Sam Masters returned from injury to run his first race of the season and placed ninth for the boys.

STEPHENS CROSS COUNTRY: The Stars finished eighth overall Saturday at the team’s first ever cross country meet, the Maryville University Cross Country Classic. The new team was led by Rachel Henderson’s 25:25.

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