Missouri Valley Conference men's soccer tournament

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Missouri Valley Men's Soccer Tournament
Conference Soccer Championship
Sport College soccer
Conference Missouri Valley Conference
Number of teams 6
Format Single-elimination tournament
Current stadium Shea Stadium @ Bradley University
Current location Peoria, Illinois
Played 1991–present
Current champion Bradley
Most championships Creighton (13)
TV partner(s) http://www.valley-live.tv/
ESPN3
Official website http://www.mvc-sports.com/

The Missouri Valley Conference Men's Soccer Tournament is the conference championship tournament in soccer for the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC). The tournament has been held every year since the MVC began men's soccer competition in 1991. It is a single-elimination tournament and seeding is based on regular season conference records. The winner, declared conference champion, receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Division I Soccer Championship.

Champions[edit]

Sources = [1][2] [3]

By year[edit]

Year Teams Champion Score Runner-up MVP Host Stadium Attendance Season Champion Teams to NCAA Tourney
1991 6 of 6 Tulsa Golden Hurricane[4] 2-1 Illinois State Redbirds[5] Frank Velez,
Tulsa
Tulsa Skelly Field @
H. A. Chapman Stadium

Tulsa, OK
1,042 Tulsa Tulsa
1992 4 of 6 Creighton Bluejays[6] 6-2 Illinois State Redbirds[5] Ray Ferri,
Creighton
Creighton Tranquility Park
Omaha, NE
3,131 Creighton Creighton
1993 4 of 6 Creighton Bluejays[6] 2-0 Tulsa Golden Hurricane[4] Brian Kamler,
Creighton
Creighton Tranquility Park
Omaha, NE
3,849 Creighton Creighton
1994 4 of 7 Creighton Bluejays[6] 1-0 Drake Bulldogs[7] Jay Fitzgerald,
Creighton
Creighton Tranquility Park
Omaha, NE
2,700 Creighton Creighton
1995 4 of 6 Creighton Bluejays[6] 2-1 Evansville Purple Aces[8] Ross Paule,
Creighton
Evansville Black Beauty Field @
Arad McCutchan Stadium
Evansville, IN
1,065 Creighton Creighton
1996 4 of 6 Evansville Purple Aces[8] 3-2 (ot) Creighton Bluejays[6] Mike LaBerge,
Evansville
Creighton Tranquility Park
Omaha, NE
2,030 Creighton Evansville, Creighton
1997 6 of 8 Creighton Bluejays[6] 4-1 Missouri State Bears[9] Johnny Torres,
Creighton
Evansville Black Beauty Field
& Coke Field
Evansville, IN
750 Missouri State Creighton, Missouri State
1998 6 of 8 Creighton Bluejays[6] 1-0 Missouri State Bears[9] Richard Mulrooney,
Creighton
Missouri State Cooper Park
Springfield, MO
3,912 Bradley Creighton
1999 6 of 8 Missouri State Bears[9] 2-1 (ot) Bradley Braves[10] Jarod Bertrand,
Missouri State
Bradley Chiefs Club Field
Peoria, IL
3,073 Missouri State Missouri State, Creighton
2000 8 of 12 Creighton Bluejays[6] 2-1 (4ot) Bradley Braves[10] Brian Mullan,
Creighton
MVC SportPort in
Maryland Heights, MO
2,233 SMU Creighton, Bradley, SMU
2001 8 of 12 SMU Mustangs[11] 2-1 (4ot) Creighton Bluejays[6] Luchi Gonzalez,
SMU
MVC SportPort
Maryland Heights, MO
4,758 SMU SMU, Creighton
2002 8 of 10 Creighton Bluejays[6] 1-0 Bradley Braves[10] Mike Tranchilla,
Creighton
MVC SportPort
Maryland Heights, MO
3,353 SMU Creighton, Bradley, SMU
2003 8 of 10 SMU Mustangs[11] 1-1
4-3 (PK)
Missouri State Bears[9] Kevin Hudson,
SMU
MVC SportPort
Maryland Heights, MO
4,002 Creighton SMU, Creighton, Tulsa
2004 8 of 10 SMU Mustangs[11] 2-1 Tulsa Golden Hurricane[4] Ugo Ihemelu,
SMU
Creighton Morrison Stadium
Omaha, NE
7,199 SMU SMU, Tulsa, Creighton
2005 6 of 8 Creighton Bluejays[6] 2-0 Bradley Braves[10] Matt Wieland,
Creighton
Bradley Shea Stadium
Peoria, IL
6,056 Bradley Creighton, Bradley
2006 6 of 7 Creighton Bluejays[6] 2-1 (ot) Bradley Braves[10] Byron Dacy,
Creighton
Bradley Shea Stadium
Peoria, IL
3,033 Bradley,
Creighton
Creighton
2007 6 of 7 Bradley Braves[10] 1-0 Creighton Bluejays[6] Teddy Anderson,
Bradley
Creighton Morrison Stadium
Omaha, NE
6,507 Bradley,
Creighton
Bradley, Creighton
2008 6 of 6 Creighton Bluejays[6] 1-0 Missouri State Bears[9] Andrei Gotsmanov,
Creighton
Evansville Black Beauty Field
& Goebel Soccer Complex
Evansville, IN
1,121 Creighton Creighton, Drake
2009 4 of 6 Drake Bulldogs[7] 2-1 Evansville Purple Aces[8] Calvin Clark,
Drake
Drake Cownie Soccer Park
Des Moines, IA
1,955 Missouri State Drake, Missouri State
2010 6 of 8 Bradley Braves[10] 0-0
4-3 (PK)
SIU Edwardsville Cougars[12] Aodhan Quinn,
Bradley
Bradley Shea Stadium
Peoria, IL
4,185 Creighton Bradley, Creighton
2011 6 of 7 Creighton Bluejays[6] 1-0 Missouri State Bears[9] Brian Holt,
Creighton
Creighton Morrison Stadium
Omaha, NE
6,453 Creighton,
Missouri State
Creighton, Bradley
2012 6 of 7 Creighton Bluejays[6] 2-1 SIU Edwardsville Cougars[12] Jose Gomez,
Creighton
Bradley Shea Stadium
Peoria, IL
1,230 Creighton Creighton
2013 6 of 7 Bradley Braves[10] 1-0 Missouri State Bears[9] Brian Billings,
Bradley
Bradley Shea Stadium
Peoria, IL
1,435 Missouri State Bradley
2014 6 of 7 SIU Edwardsville Cougars 1-0 (2ot) Missouri State Bears Jabari Danzy,
SIUE
Bradley Shea Stadium
Peoria, IL
1,254 Missouri State SIUE

= The 2000 Championship game was the longest game in MVC Tournament history, with the winning goal being scored at 140:48.

= The 2001 Championship game was the second longest match in MVC Tournament history, with the winning goal scored at 139:54

By school[edit]

School Seasons Titles Title Years Appearances Last W L T Pct
Belmont*[13] 1 0 0 - 0 0 0
Bradley[10] 24 3 2007, 2010, 2013 18 2014 19 13 5 .581
Central Arkansas[14] 5 0 1 2012 1 1 0 .500
Creighton*[6] 22 13 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012 22 2012 34 8 1 .802
Drake[7] 24 1 2009 19 2014 9 16 2 .370
Eastern Illinois*[15] 15 0 8 2008 1 7 2 .200
Evansville[8] 21 1 1996 17 2014 4 16 3 .239
Illinois State#[5] 4 0 4 1994 3 4 0 .429
Loyola[16] 2 0 2 2014 1 2 0 .333
Missouri State[9] 24 1 1999 20 2014 13 16 3 .453
SIUE[12] 5 1 2014 5 2014 5 3 1 .611
SMU*[11] 5 3 2001, 2003, 2004 5 2004 10 2 1 .808
TCU*[17] 1 0 0 - 0 0 0
Tulsa*[4] 10 1 1991 3 2004 3 2 0 .600
Vanderbilt*[18] 9 0 7 2005 1 7 1 .167
Western Kentucky*[19] 11 0 5 2003 2 4 1 .357
  • * = Former Member or Affiliate.
  • # = MVC member, no longer plays soccer.

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