Graduated Teams

Lady Attack 83/84

In 1994, the Attack started its first girls teams. To encourage and develop future coaches one of these teams was 83/84 Lady Attack. This team was started in 2003 and was composed of then current college freshman and sophomores. It twice won the Kansas Adult Soccer Association Women¢s U23 State Cup, captured the Jackson County Soccer League Championship and took third in the Midwest Region II Tournament of Champions. The team included four NAIA All Americans and eight All Heart of American All Conference Players. Coached by Alan Blinzler.

Attack 80/81

The Attack 80/81 team was a Kansas State Cup Champion and Finalist. In addition the team won the President’s Day Tournament in Phoenix, Arizona, Kolping Kicks Easter Invitational in St. Louis, the Kansas City Invitational and sixteen other tournaments. Two players from the team were honored as Kansas City Metro Players of the year, ten others were selected to the All Metro Team, and two players were selected for U.S. Youth National Teams. Coached by Emilio John.

Attack 81/82

The Attack 81/82 team was a three time Kansas State Cup Semi-Finalist. The team was a four time Kansas City Invitational Champion; Turkey Shoot Invitational, Las Vegas, Nevada Champion; Stars and Stripes Cup Champion; and, champions of twelve other tournaments. In addition, the team was a semi-finalist: at the Mastercard Invitational in Louisville, Kentucky; division A of USA Cup; and, Kolping Kicks Easter Invitational in St. Louis. Thirteen players from the team received All Metro Team honors, and one player was selected for the Region II team. During the seven years the team was in existence it defeated 38 different State Champions from: Arizona, California South, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, Alabama, and Tennessee. Coached by Fatai Ayoade and Jim Schwab.

Attack 84/85

The Attack 84/85 team was a two time Region II Semi-Finalist, a five time Kansas State Cup Champion and two time State Cup Finalist. In addition the team won over thirty other tournaments and and participated in showcase events like the Addidas Blue Chip Invitational. For the third time an Attack team produced the Kansas City Metro Player of the year, while eight others were selected to All Metro Teams, and two players were selected for U.S. Youth National Teams. Coached by Emilio John.

Attack 85/86

The Attack 85/86 team was a Kansas State Cup Champion and a semi-finalist four other times. The team had the Western Missouri Offensive and Defensive players of the year and four players who were selected first team All Metro. Lucas Rodriguez was selected an NSCAA Adidas All American. Coached by Emilio John and Sammy Ekeme.

Attack 86/87

The Attack 86/87 Boys team continued the tradition. A State Cup Finalist and two time Semi-Finalist, a quarterfinalist at USA CUP and the Champions of over 15 tournaments the team has also produced 8 players who received All Metro honors. So fourteen players from the team have gone on to play in college. Coached by Fatai Ayoade.

Pace 87/88

The Pace 87/88 Boys Team was two-time Missouri State Cup Champions and twice a Missouri State Cup Finalist. Competing in the tournaments like the Best of the Midwest , Kansas City Invitational, Tulsa Invitational, and Disney Invitational, the Pace team won over twenty-five tournaments, and were finalists twelve times. The team included two players who were selected for US Youth National Team Pools and three others who made Regional Teams. Seven of the players earned All Metro First team honors, and eight have played for the Kansas City Brass. Sixteen of the players are now playing at colleges across the country including at Stanford, Tulsa , Drake, William Jewell College, and Rockhurst University.

Attack 88/89

A four-time State Cup semi-finalist, the Attack 88/89 history were at various times ranked in the top 50 in the Nation, won the prestigious USA Cup once and took second at USA Cup, six time league champions, won the Kansas City Cup, the MC College Showcase and seventeen other tournaments, placed at more than thirty other tournaments. Twelve of the team¢s players have committed to play in college, and the goal keeper has been accepted to play with the Kansas City Brass during the summer of 2007. Coached by Fatai Ayoade.

Metros 91/93

Originally known as Viati the 91/92 girls joined the club and produced a wealth of success. Winning tournaments such as the Colorado Springs Invitational (where they defeated the team that took 3rd placed in the US Youth National Championships), Just for Girls, and Metro Showcase among others, the team competed successfully in the Midwest Regional League and Heartland Soccer (where it twice won the League Championship.) The team included seven Missouri High School All-State First Team performers, four players who were members of the Missouri 92 ODP State Team that won Regionals and competes in the ODP National Championships, and six girls who received Kansas City All-Metro Team honors.