Kolping Kicks S.C.

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Kolping Kicks S.C.

Team Picture

U-10 Boys (Wirth)

U-10 Boys (Hallsten)

U-15 Boys (Geile)

U-10 Girls-Orange (Miskovic)

U-10 Boys (Moore)

U-9 Boys (Preusser)

U-12 Boys (Uelsmann)

U-12 Girls (Preusser)

U-10 Boys (Spinks)

U-9 Boys (Werner)

U-12 Girls (Doggendorf)

U-14 Boys (Lampe)

U-9 Boys (Galler)

Kolping U-13 Girls (Kuehn)

The girls won their State Cup play-in game 1-0 last night in Columbia, Missouri. That win comes off a Finalist Showing last weekend at The Puma Champions Cup College Showcase in the Accelerated u13 girls Super Group Flight after wins over top teams from Wisconsin and Indiana.

Great Work Ladies!!!!!

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Sydnee Carroll • Belleville West soccer

Shines in match against Gibault

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U-13 Kolping Boys (Poelzl)

Defeat KC 4-1 in State Cup Play-In Match

Awesome Work Guys!!!!!


U-12 Kolping Boys (Wirth)


U-17 Kolping Boys go Undefeated in Memphis Showcase!!!!

Great job guys!!!!!!


Recent College Signing

Jeremy Rehagen just signed for Truman State University. Jeremy has been

playing with Kolping for coach Johann Arnason 2008.

Please join us in congratulating



Recent Team Pictures

Kolping U-15 Boys (Geile)

Kolping U-10 Boys (Hallsten)

Kolping U-10 Boys (Wirth)

Kolping U-14 Girls


Kolping Club Training has Arrived under the direction of Tony Schmitt
Hello, Kolping Families!

Please let me introduce myself, Tony Schmitt, as Kolping's Technical Director. Since being appointed in this role over the summer, It is my role to be a resource for coaches and players on training and all matters soccer. The club has seen tremendous growth over the last few years and is our mission to grow the overall soccer experience as well. At the last coaches meeting, we committed to bringing club training and goalie training to our club's coaches and players. As promised, Kolping is delivering on this promise as part of our pursuit of better . . . better training, better environment, better experience for the players, and a better experience for our families.


Club training is exactly what the name says -- "CLUB" training. We will NOT be dividing players up by team. Rather, players will be broken up according to their age groups (or similar age groups). This will give us large group training designed to not only improve skills but also to build relationships. Club training will focus on both the technical aspect of the game and agility. The exercises will be run by me and a group of coaches that I work closely with daily. We encourage and, quite frankly, need the team's to participate, although it is not required for your team to participate.

Club training will be offered for each group one time per month (Wednesdays) with each session lasting for 1 hour and 10 minutes. The time slots will be 6:15-7:25 and 7:30-8:40. Each age group's scheduled club training time will be posted on the club calendar on the Kolping website. If your team is not going to participate, out of respect for the group, we have asked your coach to please let me know by the end of day the Sunday prior. This will allow us to appropriately staff and add teams that want the extra work. Many coaches have expressed interest in this opportunity and we appreciate your patience with us while we have been preparing to launch this initiative. We are very excited to enhance your child's soccer skill, passion for the game, and Kolping soccer experience.


I know this is an area in high demand and I am very excited to announce that D.J. Lampert will run our club goalie training. There are many reasons that I am excited to announce that D.J. will be running our goalie training, but after watching one of D.J.'s training sessions, you will see first-hand why I am thrilled about D.J.'s involvement. D.J. brings a great deal of passion, technical expertise, and excellent teaching methods to training. Also, he is "Kolping home grown." D.J. played for Kolping as a youth player before excelling at Quincy University. D.J. will be focusing heavily on technique, positioning, and building passion for the game and the goalkeeping position itself. D.J. is being paid by the club and will be reporting to and evaluated by me. D.J. and I have developed a curriculum that he will use this fall and I am confident you will see great improvement in your child.

Goalie training will take place on Mondays at the Kolping facility. There will be 2 assigned time slots: 7-8, 8-9. The way the numbers look on the front side, it looks like D.J. will work with each keeper one time every 2 weeks.

I encourage coaches to come out and observe D.J. working with the keepers so you can bring some of the exercises back to your training and add it to the functional piece of your training sessions. Goalie training is an added value that Kolping is offering your players at no additional cost to you!

Thanks to the Kolping Board for its commitment to our players, teams, coaches and families. We will have the club calendar updated very soon with the time slots for specific age groups for both club training and goalie training.

I hope each of you and your players find value in this opportunity and are excited about what we can become and our commitment to a better soccer experience at Kolping Kicks Soccer Club.

Tony Schmitt

Technical Director