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2015-2016 School Year
2015-2016 Varsity Team Photo: Players’ names were not listed in the 2016 South Yearbook.

As the 2015-2016 soccer season began, the Tigers started with a new head coach.  Jillian Stockmo, an assistant coach last season, became the head coach.  With a knowledge of the players, Coach Stockmo had an advantage other incoming coaches did not have.

The season opened with four non-conference games, all losses.  South scored only one goal in those four games.  The only goal was in a 4-1 loss to St. Agnes.  Chaska and St. Paul Central both beat the Tigers 4-0.  South did slightly better against Robbinsdale Cooper, losing only 3-0.

South entered the conference season with a game against Edison.  The Tigers earned their first win of the season, beating the Tommies 4-1. 

Southwest and South faced off next.  The Lakers drubbed the Tigers 9-0.

The losses began to pile up.  Two more non-conference losses occurred.  St. Louis Park defeated the Tigers 6-0.  This was followed with a 4-1 loss to St. Paul Highland Park.

The Tigers won their second game of the season against Henry.  The Patriots fell 5-0.  In the second game of the season against Southwest, the Tigers fared better, but still lost, 4-0.  Conference newcomer, Wellstone, was the next opponent.  The Tiger took a big bite out of the Lions, and won 10-0.  Washburn was the next opponent.  The Millers won 5-0, clinching the conference title.

Minnehaha Academy beat the Tigers in the final non-conference game of the season 3-0.  The last game, was a conference match-up against Roosevelt.  The Teddies fell in an exciting 1-0 game.

South drew Wayzata in the first round of the Region 6AA tournament.  The Royals ended the Tigers season with a 10-0 drubbing.

The Tigers ended the season with a 4-3 conference record, tying with Edison for third place.  Overall, South was 4-11.  Despite the poor overall records, South did place three players on the All-Conference team.  South’s representatives on the team were juniors Emily Currie and Tosin Odumuye, and sophomore Maddy Tennant.

Alexandra Slezak was Coach Stockmo’s assistant.