Postseason awards have rolled in for the Lady Roadrunner and Roadrunner soccer programs.

Randy Kirby

Both teams improved their records over last season, which was the first for the women’s program. The men’s program resumed last year after a 15-year hiatus.

Lady Roadrunners sophomore forward Tiffany Wehmeyer earned all-Region 16 first team. She led in goals with eight, shots attempted with 43 and shots on goal with 22. Wehmeyer led the team in points with 19. She started and played in 16 matches in her only year on the team.

Freshman midfielder Karina Esquivel earned all-Region 16 second team. She scored two goals, recorded seven shots on goal and one game-winning goal.

The Lady Roadrunners finished the season 4-12-2. The team won a postseason game in the Region 16 tournament for the first time in program history.

Roadrunners freshman forward Lesia Thetsane earned all-Region 16 first team and Missouri Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC) all-conference first team. Thetsane scored three goals and dished out a team-high eight assists. He finished fourth on the team in points with 14 and started in all 18 games this season.

Freshman midfielder Vasbert Ledger earned all-Region 16 second team and MCCAC all-conference first team. Ledger finished second on the team with eight goals and second in assists with six. He finished second on the team in points with 22.

Sophomore forward Mako Makoanyane earned MCCAC all-conference first team. He was first in scoring with a team-high 10 goals and 24 points. Makoanyane scored two game-winning goals and registered 30 shots with 21 on goal.

Freshman goalkeeper Landon Dove earned MCCAC all-conference second team. He earned seven wins as a freshman and finished seventh in the country in saves with 109. Dove recorded 1.84 goals against average.

Sophomore midfielder Logan Horn earned MCCAC all-conference second team. Horn scored three goals; one was a game-winning goal. He made all three of his penalty kicks.

Sophomore defender Jacob Bolger earned MCCAC all-conference second team. He played in all 18 games, started in 17 and recorded 1.94 goals against average.

The Roadrunners ended the season with an 8-10-1 record and finished second in the MCCAC.

David Rohrbach, SFCC Athletics