Bears have season halted as Evansville advances in a penalty kick shootout.
Missouri State ends non-conference slate with 3-1 loss at Oklahoma State on Sunday afternoon.
Michelle Mayne-Nicholls scored her first goal of the season, Molly Huber tagged with team-best fourth assist of the year.
The Bears improve to 5-0-0 all-time against UMKC on Shelby Stewart's team-leading third goal of the season
The Bears have three keepers on the roster to create competition and bring depth
At Missouri State: Stamp will be in the mix for playing time in goal as a first-year player for the Bears.
Background: Stamp set school records with 47 wins and 30 shutouts as a four-year starter and letterwinner for head coach Stephanie Garcia at Andover Central. As a senior, she was named NSCAA/TopDrawerSoccer.com National Player of the Week on April 10, 2013 after earning McPherson Tournament MVP honors. Following the season, she earned the Lynette Woodard award as the Greater Wichita Sports Female Athlete of the Year. She was selected as Defensive Player of the Year and picked up first-team all-state, all-region, all-metro and all-league accolades. Stamp earned all-league, all-region and all-metro first team honors as a junior. She picked up honorable mention all-state laurels and was team captain. Her sophomore season, Stamp led her team to the league and regional titles while earning all-league, all-region and all-state honors. In the regional title game, she made 15 saves and collected the win in PKs. During her freshman season, she set school records with 17 wins and 10 shutouts, leading Andover Central to the first league and regional title in school history. Stamp led her club team to the Kansas State Cup finals last fall. She also played basketball for four seasons with the Jaguars and was the student body president as a senior.
Personal: Stamp is the daughter of Lars and Josie Stamp and was born September 12, 1994. She is majoring in chemistry at MSU.