The Archers 3-1 victory over Crowder College on October 30 at home earned them the Region XVI tournament championship, after earlier earning the MCCAC title, in 2016.
The Archers finished the season 18-1-2, along with a 3-0-1 Conference record and an 11-0-2 Home record, played at the Meramec campus. That earned them a #7 national ranking after starting the season unranked. Sophomore Casey Bartlett-Scott was selected as a 2nd team All-American selection as a Defender. Bartlett-Scott helped the Archers collect eight shutouts and also helped hold opponents to an average of 1.08 goals per match, but he was not a one trick pony as he also added seven goals and seven assists for the Archers.
September 9, 2016 – STLCC at St. Charles CC
August 25, 2016 – Home Opener v State Fair
November – Four Archers Named All-Region, Smith is All-American Candidate
Concluding what was a banner year for St. Louis Community College’s men’s soccer team, the Archers had five players named to the All-Region XVI team. Dillon Smith, Adam DuToit, Pelius Britto, Jr. and Casey Bartlett-Scott were all honored, with Smith and Britto named to the region’s first team.
The quartet of Archers were part of the team’s import of six British players who helped to re-shape the Archers’ roster this fall. Smith, who set an Archers record with 24 goals this fall, was second overall in votes, making him a candidate for an NJCAA All-American nod. DuToit quietly posted a superlative offensive year of his own, scoring 19 goals and assisting on eight others.
November – Brockhaus nominated for NJCAA All-America Team
this fall also marked the first time the Archers have had an All-America nominee during that time period. Freshman goalie Blake Brockhaus concluded a stellar first collegiate season by claiming the nomination, in addition to first-team All-Region XVI honors.
Brockhaus was credited with five of the Archers’ seven victories in net, logging a 1.88 goals-against average in 18 games, including 16 starts. He concluded the year with a team-best .794 save percentage and tallied all three of the team’s shutouts.
October – Archers Conclude season by shutting out Concordia
Entering the final week of the regular season, Tim Mosby prioritized attaining seven wins as his final regular season goal. The Archers met that expectation Thursday, in a 4-0 whitewash of Concordia Seminary. The seventh win secured the best record for men’s soccer at STLCC since the athletics department became districtwide prior to the 2011-12 season.
February – Mosby Looks to Return to Successful Roots
Tim Mosby, assistant coach of the Marquette High School soccer team, has been named the head coach of the St. Louis Community College men’s soccer team. Mosby, a former Academic All-American player at STLCC-Florissant Valley in 2000-01, becomes the Archers’ third different head coach since the program became districtwide in 2011. He succeeds Dan O’Keefe.
via STLCC Archers August 22nd – OFFENSE STRUGGLES AS MEN DROP SEASON OPENER
The Archers fell 4-0 to Lewis and Clark Community College Aug. 22, as STLCC managed just three shots on goal on the afternoon, including one in the second half. Freshman goaltender Josh Hampton (Sikeston) made eight saves on the day and kept the Archers in the game until Lewis and Clark added two goals in the final five minutes.
August 22, 2013 – hosting Lewis & Clark
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Much of the top talent from last year has also returns. With a year of collegiate experience behind them, O’Keefe looks forward to the veteran contributions from what was a talented, yet raw, class of freshman from last year.
Leading the way with this year’s sophomore group are Yacob Brown, Jesus Rodriguez, Andrew Branca and Cullan O’Keefe, Dan’s son.
The Archers also have welcomed two new goalkeepers for 2013. Freshmen Josh Hampton (Sikeston) and Austin Golden (Maplewood-Richmond Heights) will serve as the STLCC netminders this fall. Hampton was named the MSHSAA Class 2 Goaltender of the Year last year, and Golden led the state in saves.
Dan O’Keefe enters his second season as the men’s soccer coach at St. Louis Community College in 2013. In his first year at the helm, O’Keefe led the Archers to a 5-12-2 record. Four of the team’s losses were by a single goal, with two of them decided in overtime. O’Keefe’s hiring in December 2011 represented his second stint overall with STLCC. Following the conclusion of his professional indoor soccer career, O’Keefe coached the women’s team at Florissant Valley during the 1996 season.