12-1-2016 Union, MO – East Central College sophomore midfielder Jacob Moore was named to the NJCAA Division I Men’s Soccer All-American Second Team for the 2016 season. Moore has been a catalyst to the Falcons’ success on the pitch for the past two years. During his tenure, the East Central College soccer team put together […]

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The East Central College Falcons finished the season 10-5-1 and had individual players recognized for their accomplishments. After the first post season game against St. Charles, sophomores Jacob Moore (Ashland, Missouri) and Umoh Ufot (London, England) both collected 17 goals and 9 assists each and both were named NJCAA Region 16 1st Team All-Region. The […]

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An end to the season was not what the Falcons (10-5-1) were planning as they headed into the Region 16 Semifinal game against St. Louis Community College. East Central College struck first scoring 30 seconds into the match with head ball goal by Archibald Darko-Boateng from a Jacob Moore assist. The Falcons played well in […]

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The start of the post season has the soccer Falcons flying high after a 2-1 region quarterfinal tournament win over St. Charles at the same time the regular season honors are being released. Sophomores Jacob Moore (Ashland, MO) and Umoh Ufot (London, England) were named Missouri community College Athletic Conference 1st Team All-Conference. The dynamic […]

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The 10-4-1 Falcons, had their backs against the wall with an early 1-0 deficit against the St. Charles Community College Cougars, but the tide of the game changed and ECC prevailed 2-1. Like all playoff games in Region 16, it was a heated match that had chances for both teams, but ECC could quite answer […]

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The 9-3-1 East Central College Falcons were able to take the Illinois Central College Cougars to the limit as they drew 2-2 over the weekend in East Peoria, IL. The previous week the Cougars were ranked in the NJCAA Top Twenty and are still receiving votes. ECC found themselves down in the first half 1-0 […]

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A beautiful fall afternoon set the tone for the East Central College Falcons (9-3) to extend their winning streak to four straight with a 7-3 victory over the Lincolnland Community College Loggers. The Falcons wasted no time in finding the back of the net as Jacob Moore scored his 15th goal of season two minutes […]

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The Falcons were able to dismantle the MCC-Blue River Trailblazer defense with an 8-2 win in Kansas City over the weekend.  A quick free kick strike by Brian Cabraley started off the ECC scoring in the 16th minute.  The Falcons were up 3-1 at half time and then just opened up the scoring opportunities with […]

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The Falcons, now 7-3 on the season, made quick work of the Southwestern Illinois College Blue Storm with a 6-0 victory. The defense held tight and freshman goalkeeper Moises Aldana had two big saves to preserve the clean sheet. The scoring parade started early and didn’t end until the final whistle for the Falcons. Two […]

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The Falcons (6-3) returned to their winning ways as they displayed an impressive offensive game with a 4-0 over the MCC-Maple Woods Monarchs. ECC was able to strike quick and hold off the Monarchs throughout the match. Christian Clardy-Lopez, Jacob Moore, Brian Zapata and Brent Lampen all netted one goal a piece for the Falcons […]

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The East Central Falcons, 5-1, were able to put together an acceptable offensive output by beating Scott County 7-0 at home. The scoring was lead off by Archibald Darko-Boateng who netted the first goal on a penalty kick and added another as well as three assists. Two of his assists were goals by Umoh Ufot […]

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The East Central College Falcons, now 4-1 on the season, opened up the scoring early and often against the Missouri Baptist JV Spartans with an 8-1 victory. The Falcons were paced up front with multiple goal scorers Jacob Moore, who netted three and Umoh Ufot registering two.  Magnus Andersen connected on the first goal and […]

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East Central College, now 3-1, raised their level of play to knock off conference and region rival St. Charles Community College by a score of 3-1. A solid game all around had ECC on top with a second half goal by Umoh Ufot, who is now #4 in NJCAA in points with 6 goals and […]

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The East Central College Falcons, 2-0, were able to collect their first Region 16 and MCCAC Conference win of the season against the State Fair Community College Roadrunners by a score line of 3-2. It wasn’t easy for the Falcons as the heat index of 98 degrees played a big factor in the game.  ECC […]

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The Falcons started the season with an exclamation point as the won their first game 11-1 over MacMurray College. East Central College had a limited line-up going into the match with a couple of key injuries to starters and a few sick players as well. The Falcons decided it was time to take care of […]

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