At MSU: Will Ziegahn has played in every match of his MSU career and will see time at forward and midfield this year. 2007: Ziegahn followed up a phenomal freshman season by starting 17 of 20 matches as a sophomore, scoring two goals and an assist. The Alaskan scored in the season opener versus Centenary (9/1) and in the finale against Evansville in the MVC Tournament (11/14). Ziegahn's lone helper came Nov. 3 against the Purple Aces in regular season play. 2006: Ziegahn tallied three goals and three assists in his first season with the program to finish second on the team with nine points. Ziegahn played in all 19 matches and made two starts for the Bears. He accumulated all his points while coming off the bench, however. Ziegahn scored his collegiate goal in a 2-1 victory at UMKC (8/27) and netted both goals in a 2-0 MVC victory over Eastern Illinois (9/30). He assisted on goals in wins against Georgetown (9/3) and Central Arkansas (9/10) and on the Bears' only goal in their MVC Tournament loss to Eastern Illinois (11/1). Ziegahn's two starts came in the Creighton Tournament against Fairleigh Dickinson (9/1) and in the home finale against Western Kentucky (10/14). Ziegahn was very efficient as he scored his three goals on only 13 shots.
Background: Will Ziegahn came to Missouri State from the state of Alaska, where he was the state MVP in 2005 and led South Anchorage to back-to-back state championships. He was voted to the state all-tournament team as a junior and senior. He scored the game-winning goal in the state and regional championship games as a junior, and was voted to the all-state and all-region team. As a sophomore he won a state championship at Service High for a team that was ranked 15th nationally.
Personal: Will Patrick Ziegahn is the son of Kenneth and Bonnie Ziegahn. He was born Aug. 18, 1987, in Anchorage, Alaska.