At Missouri State: Windmueller enters the 2009 season as one of the most experienced offensive threats for the Bears. He will look to build upon his success from a season ago and reclaim the dominance that he exhibited during his sophomore campaign in 2007, which earned him all-MVC honorable mention accolades. 2008: Windmueller was consistently present in the Bears' lineup, starting 19 games and playing in all 22 on the season. He finished fourth on the team in total points and was one of five Bears to score three goals on the season while recording 30 shots. His goals came in victories over Cal Poly (9/12), Bradley (10/25) and the go-ahead goal against Drake in the MVC Tournament semifinals (11/14). He also tallied one assist on the season in a 1-1 tie against Valparaiso at home (9/19). 2007: As a sophomore, Windmueller led MSU in scoring with 16 points coming off five goals and six assists while starting all 20 matches. He brought home MVC Player of the Week honors Nov. 12 after scoring a goal and assisting on two more in a win over Drake (11/10). He did most of his damage at the end of the year, scoring twice and tallying five assists in the final four contests. He was an all-MVC honorable mention choice. 2006: Windmueller played in all 19 contests and made seven starts, including MSU's six regular season MVC matches. The Cedar Hill, Mo., native scored two goals and added an assist in his freshman campaign. He scored his first career goal off the bench in a 4-0 victory over Central Arkansas (9/10) and picked up the game-winning goal in the Bears' 2-0 victory at Bradley (10/7). Windmueller also contributed the game-winning assist on the first of two Will Ziegahn goals in a 2-0 conference victory over Eastern Illinois (9/30). For the season, he fired 15 shots, including seven on goal. Background: Windmueller joined the Bears after setting school and state records at Northwest High as a four-year starter for coach Ron Wilhelm. He set a Missouri state record with six goals in a game and holds the school record for goals in a season with 29. For his career, he scored 77 goals and was a four-time All-Suburban West Conference selection. Windmueller served as team captain in 2004 and 2005 and was a three-time offensive MVP. He was selected to the all-metro team in 2004 and 2005and was the conference Player of the Year in 2005. He also played basketball, baseball and football in his prep career and played for the Lou Fusz Soccer Club. Personal: Kyle David Windmueller is the son of David Windmueller and Becky Kalna. He was born Dec. 2, 1987, in St. Louis Mo.