Missouri S&T has announced the addition of four individuals to play on the men's soccer team at the university in the 2013 season.
The newcomers to the S&T program are Brody Bouillon, a midfielder from Kansas City, Mo.; Matt Kilwin, a back from St. Louis, Mo.; Mitch Morris, a back from O'Fallon, Mo.; and Riley Windsor, a midfielder from Delaware, Ohio.
BRODY BOUILLON, a 6-1, 160-pound midfielder from Park Hill South High School in Parkville, Mo.: Bouillon earned all-region, all-district and all-conference honors at the high school level after finishing with four goals and three assists for 12 points on a Park Hill South team that reached the Missouri Class 3 quarterfinals in 2012. He scored 14 times in his junior year to help his team win the district title.
MATT KILWIN, a 5-8, 165-pound center back from Chaminade College Prep High School in St. Louis, Mo.: Kilwin was a second-team all-conference selection in the Metro Catholic Conference and named as his team's top defensive player following the 2012 season. He was part of a defensive unit that held its opponents to less than a goal per game during the 2012 campaign in which Chaminade reached the Missouri Class 3 championship game and also finished with three assists after recording five as a junior. He is a member of the school's branch of the National Honor Society.
MITCH MORRIS, a 6-0, 165-pound center back from Fort Zumwalt West High School in O'Fallon, Mo.: Morris earned second-team all-state and all-metro St. Louis honors as well as first-team all-conference laurels in the Gateway Athletic Conference following the 2012 season. He finished the year with four goals and two assists for 10 points, with three of the goals being game-winning tallies, after posting one assist during his junior year. Morris, an academic all-state and all-conference selection, has also played on a four-time state cup championship team at the club level.
RILEY WINDSOR, a midfielder from Worthington Christian High School in Delaware, Ohio: Windsor scored three times from his midfield position last season in helping his team reach the state semifinals; Worthington Christian won a state championship in Ohio in 2011. He has also played on the Classics Eagles Under-17 team.
Missouri S&T finished the 2012 season with a record of 8-6-2 and was 7-6-1 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.