|Date||Time||Opponent||Home or Away||Result|
|Aug 31||1:00pm||Robert Morris University - Peoria||Away||W, 2-0|
|Sep 7||4:00pm||Maranatha Baptist Bible College||Home||L, 0-11|
|Sep 14||12:00pm||Grace Bible College||Away||L, 1-12|
|Sep 18||2:00pm||Blackburn College||Away||L, 0-9|
|Sep 21||2:00pm||Stephens College||Home||W, 5-2|
|Sep 24||4:00pm||MacMurray College||Home||L, 0-9|
|Sep 28||3:00pm||Maranatha Baptist Bible College||Away||L, 0-16|
|Oct 3||3:00pm||Mt. Mary College||Home||W, 14-1|
|Oct 5||1:00pm||Robert Morris University - Peoria||Home||W, 10-2|
|Oct 12||2:00pm||Faith Baptist Bible College||Home||L, 1-3|
|Oct 15||4:00pm||Mt. Mary College||Away||W, 3-2|
|Oct 26||1:00pm||Robert Morris University - Lake County||Home||W, 2-0|
|Nov 1||3:00pm||Mid-West Regional Tournament: Grace Bible College||Home||L, 0-7|
|Nov 2||3:00pm||Mid-West Regional Tournament||Home|
If you ask members of our program what the word "team" means you're most likely to get the answer, "Everybody for everybody else." This is what we practice. This is what we believe. This is what motivates us to do our best. We don't play for ourselves or our own personal glory. We play for our teammates, our school and to show that lives of service focus outward, not inward.
What kinds of players are we looking for? Young women who know that good results happen a lot more often when they prepare well by training well. Women who want to get better at the game they love by playing faster and smarter. Women who want to contribute to a team that genuinely cares for each other emotionally and spiritually. Most importantly, young women who see that playing a sport with likeminded women of faith can help them grow and live a richer life of service.
Experienced players know that it takes teammates who know how to work together to be successful at the beautiful game. This is what we are building at Lincoln Christian University. If this sounds appealing to you fill out an Athletic Recruit form today.
Head Women's Soccer Coach
Women’s Soccer Head Coach
Todd Spellman was hired in the spring of 2012 to take over the women’s soccer program. In his first season at the helm, Coach Spellman made an immediate impact by taking a team from 1-12 the year before, to a 4-9 record. In his first year, he also coached one of his players onto the All-Region Team.
Coach Spellman began his coaching career with Lincoln College, serving as the women’s assistant coach for two years. After 2 years as an assistant, he took over the women’s soccer program at Lincoln College and in one year the program had more successes than in any years prior.
Coach Spellman is an alumnus of LCU, having played for the men’s soccer program for two years while a student. As a college player, he was a member of LCU’s most successful men’s soccer team in the history of the program, which included four shutouts and a record of 9-3-0. Coach Spellman has the soccer philosophy that simple, fast play in a more European style provides the greatest potential for success.
Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach
Chris Strohbeck became the Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach in the spring of 2012. During the 2012 season, Strohbeck helped improve the women’s soccer program as the program went 4-9, one of the best records in the last five years for the program.
Coach Strohbeck also played as a student at LCU. He was a 4-year varsity starter, spending time both as a mid-fielder and as a goalie. During his tenure as a player, Strohbeck also served as a team captain.