Jefferson Roblee


Jefferson Roblee

Football manager infobox
playername = Jefferson Roblee
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1971|05|3
cityofbirth = flagicon|USA Kansas City, Missouri
countryofbirth = USA
currentclub =
clubnumber =
position = Midfielder, Coach
youthyears =
youthclubs = Winnetonka High School
UHS Apollos
University of Tulsa
manageryears = 1994-1997
1995-1999
1996-2007
2000-2001
2001-2005
2002-
2006-
managerclubs = Liberty High School-assistant
80/81 KC Pace
87/88 KC Pace
80/81 Kansas City United
Missouri 87 ODP State Team
Kansas City Brass (PDL)
William Jewell College-assistant

Jefferson Roblee (born May 3, 1971 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA) is an American soccer coach. Jefferson Roblee is the current head coach of the Kansas City Brass in Premier Development League of the United Soccer Leagues. Roblee is also the current associate head coach of the men's and women's soccer teams at William Jewell College. He has a history of developing elite players and elite teams. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/coaches/Jefferson-Roblee.htm "Kansas City Brass Coaching Profiles"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved July 29, 2007.] Identical twin brother of American soccer coach Lincoln Roblee.

Early coaching career (1994-2000)

Jefferson Roblee served as the assistant boys and girls soccer coach at Liberty High School (Liberty, Missouri) from 1994-1997. [ [http://www.liberty.k12.mo.us/athletics/2003/fmsoccer.html "Liberty High School Men's Soccer"] "liberty.k12.mo.us", retrieved July 28, 2007.] He co-founded Kansas City Pace soccer with his twin brother Lincoln Roblee in 1995. In the late 90s, the 80/81 KC Pace and 87/88 KC Pace, KC Pace's only teams, were among the very few Kansas City, Missouri based club teams to compete in the Missouri state cup competition. Roblee, a former player in Missouri's ODP system, also encouraged Pace players to participate in the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program. In 2000 Roblee coached KC United boys team to the Kansas Youth Soccer Association U19 boys state cup championship. [ [http://www.kansasstatecup.com/archive.php "Kansas Youth Soccer State Cup Archive"] "www.ksysa.org", retrieved July 29, 2007.]

Coaching Olympic Development Program (2001-)

In 2001 Jefferson Roblee coached the KC United team to the U20 men's Kansas Amateur Soccer Association state championship. Also in 2001, Roblee was named as coach of the Missouri 87 ODP boys state team. He coached the 87 ODP team through the group's ODP cycle that ended in 2004 The team and players on the Missouri 87 ODP State team found success including winning the 87 ODP Regional Camp Tournament Championship in 2002. [ [http://www.kcpace.com/MEDIA/news29.html "87 Boys ODP Team Shines at Regional Camp"] "www.kcpace.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.] Roblee still directs the Missouri Youth Soccer Association ODP Western District Academy.

Directing the Wizards Youth Training Program (2001-2005)

Roblee, as an account executive with the Kansas City Wizards in 2001, developed the Wizards Youth Training Program (WYTP). The Wizards Youth Training Program brought together many of Kansas City's elite youth players for training with the Wizards coaches, players and local college coaches. Will John participated in the WYTP during his high school years and later played for the Kansas City Wizards.

Coaching in the Premier Development League (2002-)

On April 15, 2002 Roblee was hired as the head coach of the Kansas City Brass of the USL Premier Development League. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/coaches/Jefferson-Roblee.htm "Kansas City Brass Coaching Profiles"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 1, 2007.] Under head coach Jefferson Roblee the Kansas City Brass has competed as a U23 team. Since 2002 the Kansas City Brass has become one of the nation's top amateur teams for developing and promoting amateur players to the professional level. In the past six year the Kansas City Brass has had 24 players go on to be drafted professionaly or sign professional contracts. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com "Kansas City Brass Players Going Pro"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]

Historic Championship (2005)

Since 1935, the first year of the annual event that is now known as the US Youth Soccer National Championships Series, no team from outside of St. Louis had won a Missouri club state championship in an age group that advanced to the regional championships (U13-U19). Seventy years later, 2005, the 87/88 KC Pace (coached by Jefferson Roblee, Lincoln Roblee and Burke Slusher) defeated Lou Fusz SC-Popovic of St. Louis 3-1 in the U17 boys Missouri State Cup championship match. [ [http://studentsportssoccer.rivals.com/content.asp?highlight=jefferson+roblee&CID=426355 "Club notes: KC team picks up the Pace"] "www.studentsportssoccer.com", retrieved August 1, 2007.] The KC Pace repeated as Missouri State Cup champions in 2006 with a 3-1 victory over Scott Gallagher SC of St. Louis in the U18 boys state championship match. [ [http://studentsportssoccer.rivals.com/content.asp?highlight=Roblee&CID=553702 "Pace repeats as Missouri club champs"] "www.studentsportssoccer.com", retrieved August 1, 2007.]

Coaching College Soccer (2006-)

In January 2006 Jefferson Roblee was hired as the associate head coach of the men's and women's soccer teams at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri. [ [http://www.jewell.edu/william_jewell/gen/media/achieve/spring2006/facultyNews.html"Achieve Magazine: Roblee Named Assistant Soccer Coach"] "www.jewell.edu", retrieved August 6, 2008.] In 2006 the WJC women's team finished 14-4-2 and the men's team finished 18-3-2. The 2006 WJC men's team (coached by Chris Cissell, Jefferson Roblee and Rob Thomson) finished as champions of the Heart of America Athletic Conference and became the first men's team to complete the conference season without a loss or tie (9-0-0). In addition, the 2006 men's team won the Region V championship and advanced to the NAIA National Championship Final Four in Daytona Beach, Florida. In 2007 the WJC men's team was ranked as high as #1 in the nation and the women were ranked as high as #7 in the nation. The William Jewell College women's soccer team advanced to the NAIA National Championship in Daytona Beach, Florida.

U.S. Open Cup Qualification (2007)

In 2007 Jefferson Roblee guided the Kansas City Brass to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The Brass qualified for the Open Cup by placing first within the PDL Heartland Division during Open Cup qualification. The Brass' first four PDL league games doubled as U.S. Open Cup qualifiers. In the four games the Brass defeated the Des Moines Menace 3-1, defeated the Sioux Falls Spitfire 2-1, defeated the Springfield Demize 1-0 and defeated the St. Louis Lions 3-1. [ [http://www.uslsoccer.com/teams/2007/22339.html "2007 USL PDL KC Brass Schedule"] "www.uslsoccer.com", retrieved August 2, 2007.]

Honors

*NSCAA/adidas Team Academic Award-William Jewell College men's soccer (2007) [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20080110153129295.php "2007 NSCAA College Team Ethics Award Winners Announced"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 6, 2008.]

*NSCAA/adidas Team Academic Award-William Jewell College women's soccer (2007) [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20080110153129295.php "2007 NSCAA College Team Ethics Award Winners Announced"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 6, 2008.]

* NAIA National Tournament qualifiers-William Jewell College women's soccer (2007)
* NAIA Regional Tournament qualifiers-William Jewell College women's soccer (2007)
* Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup qualifiers-Kansas City Brass-PDL (2007) [ [http://www.usopencup.com/firstround/185822.html "US Soccer announces 2007 bracket, From US Soccer Communications"] "usopencup.com", retrieved July 28, 2007.]
* NAIA National Tournament Final Four-William Jewell College men's soccer (2006) [ [http://fusion.erau.edu/naia/article.cfm?pageID=140 "Azusa Pacific Advances to Title Match for Second Consecutive Year with 1-0 Victory over William Jewell"] "http://naia.cstv.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/080906aaa.html", retrieved July 28, 2007.]

* NAIA National Tournament qualifiers-William Jewell College men's soccer (2006)
* Champions-NAIA Region V Tournament-William Jewell College men's soccer (2006)
* NAIA Regional Tournament qualifiers-William Jewell College men's soccer (2006)
* NAIA Regional Tournament qualifiers-William Jewell College women's soccer (2006)
* Champions-Heart of America Athletic Conference-William Jewell College men's soccer (2006)
* Champions-Missouri Youth Soccer Association State Cup-U18 KC Pace (2006)
* Champions-Missouri Youth Soccer Association State Cup-U17 KC Pace (2005)
* Champions-US Youth Region 2 (Midwest) 87 ODP Camp Tournament- Missouri 87 ODP State Team (2002). [ [http://www.kcpace.com/MEDIA/news29.html "87 Boys ODP Team Shines at Regional Camp"] "www.kcpace.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
* Champions-Kansas Soccer Association State Cup-U20 Kansas City United (2001)
* US Youth Soccer Region 2 (Midwest) Fair Play Award-U19 Kansas City United (2000)
* Champions-Kansas State Youth Soccer Association-U19 Kansas City United (2000)

occer Administrator and Leader

*Jefferson Roblee co-created and co-directed the Kansas City Skills Camp presented by the KC Pace from 1998-2002. Since 2003 the Kansas City Skills Camp developed into a new format that is now known as the KC Pace FastForward Program. [ [http://72.14.205.104/search?q=cache:jT1xZrFTZvYJ:www.wmsl.org/PaceCamp/2008KCPFFprgm.doc+%22kc+pace%22+fastforward+program&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us "KC Pace FastForward Program"] "www.wmsl.org", retrieved August 6, 2008.]
*As an account executive for the Kansas City Wizards in 2001-2005, Jefferson Roblee created and directed the Wizards Youth Training Program (WYTP). The WYTP brought together Kansas City's top youth talent to be trained and observed by Wizards coaches and players and college coaches.

*Since 2005 Jefferson Roblee has co-directed with his brother Lincoln Roblee, the Missouri Youth Soccer Association's Western District's Olympic Development Program Academy. [ [http://74.125.45.104/search?q=cache:un5klhQki8IJ:www.mysa.org/component/option,com_docman/task,doc_download/gid,42/Itemid,45/+mysa+odp+academy+at+william+jewell+college&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=us "Missouri Youth Soccer Association ODP"] "www.mysa.org", retrieved August 6, 2008.]

*Since 2007 Jefferson Roblee has served as the National Chair of the committee to select the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/adidas Boys National Youth Coach of the Year and NSCAA/adidas Girls National Youth Coach of the Year. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/subpages/20060403164832266.php#ycoy "NSCAA/adidas Youth Coach of the Year Committee"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 5, 2008.]

*Jefferson Roblee has a USSF National coaching license and a NSCAA National Youth Coaching Diploma. [ [http://www.jewell.edu/william_jewell/gen/william_and_jewell_generated_pages/Mens_Soccer_Coaching_Staff_p333.html "William Jewell Colllege Coaching Staff"] "www.jewell.edu", retrieved August 6, 2008.]

* Jefferson Roblee is a member of the U.S. Soccer Coaches Association and a member of the United States Youth Soccer Coaches Connection. [ [http://www.jewell.edu/william_jewell/gen/william_and_jewell_generated_pages/Mens_Soccer_Coaching_Staff_p333.html "William Jewell Colllege Coaching Staff"] "www.jewell.edu", retrieved August 6, 2008.]

*Jefferson Roblee is a certified Double-Goal Coach in the Positive Coaching Alliance. [ [http://www.jewell.edu/william_jewell/gen/william_and_jewell_generated_pages/Mens_Soccer_Coaching_Staff_p333.html "William Jewell Colllege Coaching Staff"] "www.jewell.edu", retrieved August 6, 2008.]

Notable Players Coached

"Players who earned All America honors, drafted by a professional team or signed professional contract:"

Adam Allee (Kansas City Brass)-Played as a guest player with Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves in 2005. [ [http://web.mlsnet.com/news/mls_news.jsp?ymd=20050529&content_id=31592&vkey=pr_mls&fext=.jsp "Kansas City Wizards Reserves 3 San Jose Earthquakes 3"] "www.mlsnet.com", retrieved August 8, 2008.]
Cody Anderson (Kansas City Brass)-Selected by the Kansas City Comets of the MISL in the 2004 College Draft and was a guest player with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves. [ [http://kc.wizards.mlsnet.com/news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20070219&content_id=83975&vkey=news_kcw&fext=.jsp&team=t105 "Scoreless Draw for Wizards vs DC"] "www.mlsnet.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
Dustin Attarian (Missouri 87 ODP State Team)-Earned NSCAA/adidas NCAA Division II All America 2nd Team honors with Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville in 2007. [ [http://www.siue.edu/ATHLETIC/MSOC/2007/attarian.html"Player Profile: Dustin Attarian"] "www.siue.edu", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Jared Atwood (Kansas City Brass)-Earned "ESPN The Magazine" Academic All America 3rd Team in 2004 and "ESPN The Magazine" 1st Team All America in 2005. [ [http://gobulldogs.truman.edu/mediaguide/men/soccer/2006/06MSOC03.pdf "Offensive + Defense = NCAA Tournament Berth"] "www.truman.edu", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Tony Avery (Kansas City Brass)-Played with Kansas City Comets of the MISL in 2002-2003 season. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/players/Pro-Players/Pro_fr.htm "KC Brass Players in the Pros"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
Ryan Barber (80/81 KC Pace guest player, 80/81 KC United & Kansas City Brass)-Played with Canadian U20 National Team in 2000-2001. [ [http://www.canadasoccer.com/eng/media/viewArtical.asp?Press_ID=160 "Men's U20 Team: Canada To Play At US Soccer Festival"] "www.canadasoccer.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.] [ [http://www.canadasoccer.com/eng/media/viewArtical.asp?Press_ID=138 "Men's U20 Training Camp Roster"] "www.canadasoccer.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.] Drafted in the fifth round (58th overall) of the 2004 Major League Soccer SuperDraft [ [http://web.mlsnet.com/history/archive.jsp?year=2004&content=superdraft "2004 MLS SuperDraft"] "www.mlsnet.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.] by the Kansas City Wizards.
Nick Baum (80/81 KC United)-Earned NAIA Academic All America at Avila College in 2002.
Brant Bishop (87/88 KC Pace, Missouri 87 ODP State Team and Kansas City Brass)-NSCAA/adidas Youth All America in 2005. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/2006032910190940.php "2005 NSCAA/adidas Boys Youth All America Team Announced"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved November 12, 2007.] NSCAA/adidas High School Scholar All America in 2005. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/2006032910091228.php "2005 NSCAA/adidas Boys High School Scholar All America Team Announced"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 29, 2008.]
Jeremy Bleyenberg (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention at Lindenwood University in 2000 and 2001. Played with St. Louis Steamers [ [http://web.mlsnet.com/news/mls_news.jsp?ymd=20050529&content_id=31592&vkey=pr_mls&fext=.jsp "Baltimore Rallies to Beat Steamers, 11-6"] "www.oursportscentral.com", retrieved August 8, 2008.] in the MISL and was a guest player with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves. [ [http://web.mlsnet.com/news/mls_news.jsp?ymd=20050721&content_id=37377&vkey=pr_mls&fext=.jsp "Reserves: Wizards 4, D.C. United 2"] "www.mlsnet.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
Matt Blouin (Kansas City Brass)-Selected in the fourth round of the 2007 MISL College Draft by the Orlando Sharks. [ [http://www.orlandosharks.com/headlines.aspx?id=14 "Orlando Sharks Draft College Superstars for Inaugural Team"] "www.orlandosharks.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
Zach Brennan (80/81 KC United)-Earned NAIA All America honors at Lindenwood Univeristy in 2002.
Jason Cole (80/81 KC Pace guest player)-Drafted in the third round (27th overall) of the 2003 Major League Soccer SuperDraft [ [http://web.mlsnet.com/history/archive.jsp?year=2003&content=superdraft "2003 MLS SuperDraft"] "www.mlsnet.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
by the Colorado Rapids.Played with St. Louis Steamers and Kansas City Comets of the MISL.
Brett Coppage (80/81 KC Pace, 80/81 KC United and Kansas City Brass)-Verizon First-Team Academic All-America in 2002 at Truman State University. [ [http://gobulldogs.truman.edu/archives/menssoccer/msreleases/2002-03/allregion.pdf "Bulldog Bark"] "www.truman.edu", retrieved August 8, 2008.]
Toby Crookshanks (80/81 KC Pace and 81/82 KC Attack-Pace)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention honors at William Jewell College in 2002.
Matt Darby (81/82 Attack-Pace, 80/81 KC United and Kansas City Brass)-Signed guest player contract with Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves in 2005.
Todd Dohlman (80/81 KC United & Kansas City Brass)-Selected in the third round (21st overall) of the 2006 MISL College Draft by the Milwaukee Wave.
Josh Duffy (81/82 KC Attack-Pace & Kansas City Brass)-Signed as a guest player with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves.
Mirsad Dzlic (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NSCAA/adidas NAIA 3rd Team All America in 2006 and NAIA All America Honorable Mention in 2005 and 2007. [ [http://naia.cstv.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/112205aah.html"2005 Men's Soccer All-Americans"] "www.naia.org", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Shannon Eberle (William Jewell College)-Named NSCAA/adidas NAIA 2nd Team All America in 2007.
Michael Ferguson (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NSCAA/adidas NCAA Division I All America 3rd Team at Loyola University Chicago in 2007. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20071214182657269.php "NSCAA/adidas NCAA Men's Division I All America Team"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.] Listed on the 2008 MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List while playing for Loyola University Chicago. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20080816091934335.php "2008 Men's Hermann Trophy Watch Released"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 29, 2008.]
Megan Gray (William Jewell College) Named NAIA All America Honorable Mention at William Jewell College in 2006. Earned Daktronics/NAIA Academic All America honors in 2006 and 2007.
Erica Greco (William Jewell College)-Named NAIA All America Honorable Mention at William Jewell College in 2007.
Dusty Green (Kansas City Brass & William Jewell College)-Named NAIA All America Honorable Mention in 2005 and Daktronics/NAIA Academic All America in 2006.
Matt Happy (87/88 KC Pace, William Jewell College and Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention in 2006.
Kathleen Hatfield (William Jewell College)-Earned Daktronics/NAIA Academic All America honors at William Jewell College in 2007.
Josh Howard (Kansas City Brass & William Jewell College)-Earned All Premier Development League 1st Team honors and PDL Defender of the Year Finalist in 2006. Earned NSCAA/adidas NAIA All America 2nd Team honors at William Jewell College in 2006. Played with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves in 2008.
Garrett Jahn (William Jewell College)-Earned Daktronics/NAIA Academic All America honors at William Jewell College in 2006 and 2007.
Will John (Kansas City Brass)-Played with USA U20 National Team in 2004-2005. Played in 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship (U20 World Cup). Drafted in the second round (18th overall) of the 2005 Major League Soccer SuperDraft [ [http://web.mlsnet.com/mls/events/superdraft/2005/search.jsp?sort=Pick&order=asc "2005 MLS SuperDraft"] "www.mlsnet.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.] by the Chicago Fire. Also played with Kansas City Wizards (MLS), Randers FC (Danish Superliga) and FK Čukarički Stankom (Serbian Superliga).
Marty Johnston (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America honors at Baker University in 2005. Signed with Vancouver Whitecaps (USL1) in 2007.
Scott Kincaid (Kansas City Brass)-Selected by the Kansas City Comets in the first round of the 2004 MISL College Draft. Also played as a guest player for the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves in an exhibition game in 2004.
Luis Licerio (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention honors at Mid America Nazarene University in 2005 and 2006.
Joe McArdle (80/81 KC United)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention at Baker University in 2000. [ [http://www2.baldwincity.com/news/2001/aug/23/bu_fall_sports/ "BU fall sports teams have high hopes"] "www.BaldwinCity.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Geoff Miles (80/81 KC United & Kansas City Brass)-Selected by the Kansas City Comets of the MISL in the 2004 College Draft. Guest player for the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves.
Allan Nekuda (Kansas City Brass & William Jewell College)-Earned NSCAA/adidas NAIA 1st Team All America honors in 2006. Drafted in the second round of the 2007 MISL College Draft by the Detroit Ignition. [ [http://www.detroitignition.com/news/index.php?cat=19&id=840 "Detroit Ignition Selects Six During MISL Amateuar Draft"] "www.detroitignition.com", retrieved July 24, 2008.] [ [http://naia.cstv.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/031907aaa.html "William Jewell (Mo.) Player Allan Nekuda Drafted By Major Indoor Soccer League Team"] "www.naia.org", retrieved July 24, 2008.] Also played as a guest player with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) in Argentina [ [http://kc.wizards.mlsnet.com/news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20070313&content_id=85581&vkey=news_kcw&fext=.jsp&team=t105 "MLS Preseason: Draw, loss for K.C. in split-team action"] "www.kcwizards.com", retrieved July 24, 2008.] and the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves in official MLS Reserve League games. [ [http://kc.wizards.mlsnet.com/news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20070527&content_id=95618&vkey=pr_kcw&fext=.jsp&team=t105 "MLS Reserves: Revolution 3, Wizards 0"] "www.kcwizards.com", retrieved July 24, 2008.] [ [http://kc.wizards.mlsnet.com/news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20070917&content_id=117746&vkey=pr_kcw&fext=.jsp&team=t105 "MLS Reserves: K.C. 2, CLB 0"] "www.kcwizards.com", retrieved July 24, 2008.] [ [http://kc.wizards.mlsnet.com/news/team_news.jsp?ymd=20070908&content_id=115964&vkey=pr_kcw&fext=.jsp&team=t105 "MLS Reserves: KC 4, HOU 1"] "www.kcwizards.com", retrieved July 24, 2008.]
Kevin Nekuda (Kansas City Brass & William Jewell College)-Drafted in the first round of the 2008 MISL College Draft by the Orlando Sharks. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/Articles/Kevin_Nekuda_MISL_Draft_2008.htm "KC Brass Midfielder Kevin Nekuda Taken in MISL College Draft"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved July 23, 2008.] [ [http://naia.cstv.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/013008aac.html "William Jewell's Kevin Nekuda selected in 2008 MISL College Draft by the Orlando Sharks"] "www.naia.org", retrieved July 24, 2008.]
Theresa Noll (William Jewell College)-Named NSCAA/adidas NAIA 3rd Team All America in 2007.
T.J. Novak (Missouri 87 ODP State Team)-Named NSCAA/adidas High School All America in 2004. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/downloads/04hsbaa.html "2004 NSCAA/adidas High School Boys All-America"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Jacob Patton (William Jewell College)-Earned Daktronics/NAIA Academic All America honors in 2006 and 2007 at William Jewell College.
Michael Patton (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention at William Jewell College in 2003 and 2004. [ [http://www.jewell.edu/william_jewell/gen/william_and_jewell_generated_pages/Mens_Soccer_AllAmericans_p3677.html "NAIA All Americans"] "www.jewell.edu", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Megan Penrod (William Jewell College)-Named NAIA All America Honorable Mention at William Jewell College in 2006.
Drew Perkins (Kansas City Brass)-Drafted by the Kansas City Comets of the Major Indoor Soccer League.
Quinton Purviance (80/81 KC Pace & 80/81 KC United)-Earned NAIA Academic All America honors at Park University in 2001.
Ryan Raybould (Kansas City Brass)-Signed with the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer in 2005. Played with Sandvikens IF (Swedish Division 2) and most recently Gefle IF (Allsvenskan-Highest Swedish league).
Nicole Revenaugh (William Jewell College)-Named NSCAA/adidas NAIA 1st Team All America at William Jewell College in 2007. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20071217203641275.php "2007 Women's All Ameica Team"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 12, 2008.] Named NSCAA/adidas 1st Scholar Athlete All America at William Jewell College in 2007. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20071223120004286.php "2007 Women's Scholar All Ameica Team"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 12, 2008.] Named NAIA All America Honorable Mention honors in 2006. Earned Daktronics/NAIA Academic All America at William Jewell College in 2006 and 2007.
Jesus Rodriguez (Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention at Graceland University in 2005. [ [http://naia.cstv.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/112205aah.html"2005 Men's Soccer All-Americans"] "www.naia.org", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Lucas Rodriguez (Kansas City Brass)-Named NSCAA/adidas Division I Junior College All America 2nd Team with Johnson County Community College in 2005. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/2006032910133532.php "2005 NSCAA/adidas Division I Junior College All America Team"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Mike Rosenthal (80/81 KC Pace, 80/81 KC United & Kansas City Brass)-Played as a guest player with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves in 2004. [ [http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-104460.html "KC vs University of Tulsa"] "www.bigsoccer.com", retrieved August 8, 2008.]
Blake Ryan (80/81 KC Pace & Kansas City Brass)-Earned NAIA All America Honorable Mention honors at William Jewell College in 2003 and 2004. Drafted in the fifth round of the 2005 MISL College Draft by the Kansas City Comets. Also played as a guest player with the Kansas City Wizards (MLS) Reserves and Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) Reserves.
Thiago Sa Freire (Missouri 87 ODP State Team)-NSCAA/adidas Youth All America in 2004 [ [http://www.nscaa.com/downloads/04ybaa.html "2004 NSCAA/adidas Boys Youth All America Team Announced"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 8, 2008.] and 2005. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/2006032910190940.php "2005 NSCAA/adidas Boys Youth All America Team Announced"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 8, 2008.]
Josh Schreck (Kansas City Brass)-Signed with Kansas City Comets of the MISL during 2003 regular season. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/players/Pro-Players/Pro_fr.htm "KC Brass Players in the Pros"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]

Matt Spiess (Missouri 87 ODP State Team)-Named NSCAA/adidas High School All America at Chaminade High School in 2005. [ [http://www.mosoccercoach.com/05boysamermidwest.html"2005 Boys All American and All Midwest"] "www.mosoccercoach.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Sam Stremlau (Missouri 87 ODP State Team)-Earned Junior College Academic All America honors at St. Louis Community College in 2006. [ [http://www.stlcc.edu/MC/Athletics/All-Americans/Mens_Soccer.html "Men's Soccer All Americans"] "www.stlcc.edu", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Eric Sweetin (Kansas City Brass)-Named CollegeSoccerNews.com Preseason All American at St. Louis University in 2007. [ [http://slubillikens.cstv.com/sports/m-soccer/mtt/sweetin_eric00.html"Player Bio: Eric Sweetin"] "www.slu.edu", retrieved August 9, 2008.] Listed on the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List in 2007 and 2008 while playing for St. Louis University. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/articles/20080816091934335.php "2008 Men's Hermann Trophy Watch Released"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 29, 2008.]
Ashley Tanner (William Jewell College)-Named NAIA All America Honorable Mention at William Jewell College in 2006.
Dan Watson (80/81 KC United)-Earned NSCAA/adidas Collegiate Scholar All America 2nd Team in 2001 [ [http://www.ncaa.org/wps/ncaa?ContentID=27812 "NSCAA names all-academic honorees"] "www.ncaa.org", retrieved August 9, 2008.] and NSCAA/adidas Collegiate Scholar All America 3rd Team at Southwest Missouri State University in 2002. [ [http://www.nscaa.com/subpages/20060403190216312.php"Collegiate Scholar All America Teams"] "www.nscaa.com", retrieved August 9, 2008.]
Beau Williams (Kansas City Brass)-Drafted in the fourth round of the 2003 MISL College Draft by the Kansas City Comets. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/players/Pro-Players/Pro_fr.htm "KC Brass Players in the Pros"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
Jason Woods (Kansas City Brass)-Drafted in the 2004 MISL College Draft by the Kansas City Comets. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/players/Pro-Players/Pro_fr.htm "KC Brass Players in the Pros"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]

Miscellaneous

*Jefferson Roblee coached the Kansas high school boys Senior All Stars in the Kansas vs Missouri High School Senior All Star Game at Arrowhead Stadium in 2003. Jefferson Roblee's twin brother, Lincoln Roblee, coached the Missouri All Star team. [ [http://www.kc-brass.com/players/team_frnu.htm "KC Brass Team Roster: Coach Jefferson Roblee"] "www.kc-brass.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
*Jefferson Roblee's father, Mel Roblee, was a soccer letterwinner in 1953 at St. Louis Country Day School (St. Louis, Missouri). [ [http://www.micds.org/Default.asp?bhcp=1 "MICDS: Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School"] "www.micds.org", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
*Jefferson Roblee played colllege soccer at The University of Tulsa. [ [http://graphics.fansonly.com/schools/tuls/sports/m-soccer/archive/letterwinners.pdf "TU Soccer: "all-time" letterwinners "] "www.utulsa.edu", retrieved August 11, 2008.]
*Jefferson Roblee was a teammate of rock band Puddle of Mudd lead singer Wes Scantlin on the UHS Apollos youth soccer club team. [ [http://music.yahoo.com/read/interview/12027425 "Puddle of Mudd Interviews on Yahoo! Music"] "www.music.yahoo.com", retrieved August 11, 2008.]

Notes

External links

* [http://www.jewell.edu William Jewell College]
* [http://www.uslsoccer.com/teams/2007/22339.html Kansas City Brass USL site]
* [http://www.uslsoccer.com/images/photos/2233922339.jpgKansas City Brass team photo (2007)]
* [http://www.kc-brass.com Kansas City Brass official site]
* [http://www.usopencup.com Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup]
* [http://www.kcpace.com Kansas City Pace official site]
* [http://www.mysa.org Missouri Youth Soccer Association]
* [http://www.ksysa.org Kansas Youth Soccer Association]
* [http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/index.php?s=&url_channel_id=35&change_well_id=1&reset=Y US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program]
* [http://www.nscaa.com National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)]
* [http://www.kcwizards.com Kansas City Wizards]
* [http://www.utulsa.edu The University of Tulsa]
* [http://www.nkcsd.k12.mo.us/wths/ Winnetonka High School]


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