A season filled with extreme temperatures and multiple injuries turned out well in the end for the (7-5-4) ECC Falcons. A big push towards the end of the season solidified the team’s confidence on the pitch. ECC went 3-0-2 in the last five games of the season to secure a winning record for 2019. The […]

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It was a cold and rainy day during the NJCAA Region 16 semifinal matchup for East Central College (7-5-4) against Crowder College (13-4-1) played on turf at Monnet High School. The Falcons went into the game with confidence and a game plan to negate some of the taller Crowder College players who at 6’5″ and 6’7″ […]

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East Central College Soccer (6-5-3) ended the regular season with a victory over Central Methodist University JV by a score of 2-1 in Fayette, MO. A late start had the Falcons traveling across the state to take on the Eagles and ECC didn’t disappoint the faithful following of fans that also made the trip. East […]

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The East Central College Soccer Falcons (5-5-3) battled deep into overtime and couldn’t find the one goal needed to gain the victory over State Fair Community College. It was a tight game with the possession going in favor of the Falcons. State Fair had 6 shots to the Falcons 5. It was a battle of […]

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A rain soaked game played on turf at Rockhurst University may have been the ideal setting for the Falcons. ECC (4-3-2) was able to climb above the .500 mark for the first time this season with a 3-1 win over the Rockhurst University JV squad. The game was delayed for an hour at half time […]

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As the Falcons (3-3-1) traveled to Springfield, IL to play Lincoln Land Community College, the team bus faced a number of construction detours, but this didn’t put a damper on the offensive output. ECC was able to chop down the Loggers 4-1 on a second half goal output. ECC was knocking on the door all […]

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As the Falcons (2-2-1) have made their way through the first third of the season, there has been one thing missing, goals. This change of fortune happened against MCCKC in the second half in a big way with a 10-2 victory. A hard fought first half had ECC up 3-0 on a early hat trick […]

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The Falcons (1-2-1) were able to find the net and a positive end result with a 3-2 victory over Southwestern Illinois College. As the game started, the Falcons were dictating the play to the Blue Storm and it showed 15 minutes into the game as the ECC attack was awarded a penalty kick. Guy Baskerville […]

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East Central College Volleyball (3-1) ended the 10th Annual Falcon Classic on a good note with a win over Lewis & Clark Community College. The Falcons took down the Trailblazers in four sets with a score line 25-19, 25-14, 24-26, 25-17. The offense was led by a trio of Falcons who all collected 10 kills […]

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The conclusion of the fall semester means athletic and academic honors for student athletes in the East Central College Athletic Department. Another semester with high academic achievement sets the tone for a successful year. The college honors students with a 3.85 GPA or higher by making the President’s List and a 3.50 GPA higher as making the […]

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The end of a season marks the time for honors for a select flock of Falcons. The ECC men’s soccer season ended with a 1-0 loss to Crowder College in the Region 16 Tournament, but the Falcons still finished with a winning record of 10-6. The 2018 winning season marks the eighteenth .500 or better […]

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The Falcons, now 9-5, were able knock Metropolitan Community College- Kansas City by a score 2-1 on cool October evening on the western side of the state. The victory was only the second region win of the season, but moved ECC up in the rankings for a more favorable seed in the post season. Sophomore […]

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The 2018 college soccer season is reaching the midway point and the East Central College alumni are continuing their academic and playing careers at their respective four year universities across the United States. The past few years have been successful in the classroom and on the pitch for the Falcons which has paid dividends for ECC alumni at […]

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East Central Soccer (7-2) started out slowly at home against Crowder College, but prevailed with a 1-0 win at the final whistle. The Falcons were off to a sluggish start and played with no sense of offensive urgency in the first half as the Roughriders had more possession. The second half changed and the Falcons […]

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The Falcons (6-2) have been able to find a winning formula this week with goals coming from players across the line-up. ECC knocked down the Central Methodist JV Eagles 2-0 in an away match. The defense held the opposition to four shots on goal and Gregorio Gros Jacques came up big in the nets with […]

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A rain soaked weekend forced the Falcons to find an alternative venue to get a home game in against the Lincolnland Community College Loggers. ECC, now 4-1, found the turf field at St. Francis Borgia to be a friendly confine as the Falcons used their own buzz saw to take down the Loggers by a […]

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The Falcons (3-1) were able to jump on the Lindenwood University-Belleville JV Bobcats with quick strikes and didn’t look back throughout the entire match cruising to a 7-0 victory. The scoring started as the Falcons drew a penalty kick and sophomore midfielder Joel Konteh converted the kick. Freshman Leonard Sowa added the next one on a […]

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The Falcons (2-1) were able to make the best of a hot and humid day with a victory over the North Iowa Area Community College Trojans with a clean sheet 2-0. ECC had a good beginning to the match with quick chances on goal and just couldn’t finish. The first half was scoreless with ECC […]

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The 2018 ECC soccer season started off with a victory as the Falcons were in command of the entire match defeating Missouri Baptist JV 6-2 in St. Louis, MO. The Falcons outshot the Spartans 14-2 and missed a few other scoring opportunities. Joel Konteh and Gabriel Pires both notched two goals in the victory, while […]

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The Falcons look to soar into the 2018-19 academic year under returning veteran coaching staffs. Rosters filled with returning sophomores and talented freshman have a created a blend of excitement around the campus in the first week of practice. New sports seasons breed optimism around an athletic department as this year’s flock of Falcons look […]

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