Millie Kingsbury
Millie  Kingsbury


Kansas City, Mo.

High School:
Oak Park High




Nebraska-Native Stewart Tallies Game-Winner in Omaha

Senior Erin Stewart scores the game-winner in her home state as MSU closes non-conference play with 1-0 win at UNO


Missouri Valley Recognizes 135 MSU Scholar-Athletes

Becker, Karlsen, Duckworth, Scott and Beaty earn prestigious MVC President’s Council Award


Comeback Falls Short in 3-2 Defeat at UNI to End Regular Season

Millie Kingsbury scores her first career goal, but Bears' comeback falls short, 3-2. MSU to rematch at UNI Sunday in opening round of MVC Tournament.


Perry, Bears' Defense Stand Tall in Draw to Stay Atop MVC Standings

Bears' goalkeeper Jessica Perry made eight saves as MSU gained a point on the road in 0-0 draw at Evansville


Bears Suffer Late-Game Defeat to Kansas, 1-0

Missouri State held the Jayhawks to just one shot on goal in the match

MVC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award (2015, 2014)
MVC Honor Roll (2013)
Missouri State Athletic Director's Honor Roll

2015: Kingsbury started all 17 matches for MSU as a junior. She recorded a shot in six consecutive matches from Sept. 9 through Sept. 22. She totaled 12 shots on the season with six on target. On Oct. 24, Kinsbury had a season-high three shots against Drake while playing all 90 minutes for the first of two straight matches. She had two shots in the MVC Tournament match versus UNI (11/1).

2014: Kingsbury appeared in all 19 matches with seven starting assignments in 2014. She had a season-high three shots in the match versus Nebraska-Omaha (9/25). Kingsbury scored her first career goal in the regular season finale at UNI (10/30). She recorded a shot on goal in back-to-back matches at Oral Roberts (8/31) and versus Arkansas State (9/7).

2013: Kingsbury played in all 19 matches as a freshman, receiving the starting nod in eight games. She had eight shots on the season, including two stretches of three-straight matches with at least one shot taken. At Evansville (10/12), she recorded her first shot on goal while taking a season-high two shots.

Background: Kingsbury played midfield at Oak Park, starting and lettering all four seasons. Her final year at OPHS, she scored 11 goals and added eight assists en route to all-conference and all-district first team honors. Her team voted her Miss Oak Park Soccer and Midfield MVP as a senior. As a junior, she scored 15 goals and added 13 assists en route to all-conference first team and all-district honorable mention accolades. Her sophomore year, she scored six goals and eight assists and was named the team’s Midfielder of the Year. She registered 11 assists as a freshman, earning all-conference honorable mention honors. She led her club team to the Missouri State Cup Title in 2012. Kingsbury is also a talented tennis player, helping Oak Park go 39-1 over three seasons.

Personal: Kingsbury is the daughter of John and Pamela Kingsbury and was born December 23, 1994. Her father, John, played basketball at Missouri State during the 1961-62 season. She is a general business major at Missouri State.

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