FC Wichita Women: Get to know the keepers

by Charles Chaney

FC Wichita women's club is going to look a little different this season in net with no Jami Reichenberger this season. After starting almost every match in the club's history, the women's team will look towards the future. 

Reichenberger, a product of Bishop Carroll and Butler Community College, holds every single FC Wichita women's keeper record. This season underneath new head coach, Ashley Burnett-Cordeiro, they'll use some youth in net this season. 

Players listed alphabetically


FC Wichita will have Mallorie Lund, a sophomore at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas, as a keeper this season. Lund, started 13 matches for the Moundbuilders this past season, helping them reach the KCAC championship match for the first time in a decade. 

During her time in net for Southwestern, she only allowed nine goals in more than 1,100 minutes played. Her 0.69 goals against average ranks her 13th national in the NAIA. Her nine goals allowed are 19th nationally out of more than 100 goalies that qualified statistically this season. 

She was named second team All-KCAC and she accumulated five clean sheets and a 9-5-0 record for Southwestern this past season. She also holds the Southwestern College school record for for best goals against average.


FC Wichita keeper Madison Wingler should make an impact this season.

Madison Wingler is one of the best keepers in the state of Kansas. That's been true for a couple of seasons. The Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kansas) has been tabbed as an all-state keeper since her freshman year. She committed to Kansas State her freshman year and has been stedfast on that commitment ever since. 

Wingler's soccer smarts, paired with her gifts make her a headache for the opposition's attack. 

This season, Wingler has helped Bishop Carroll to one of the best records in the state. She's only allowed 11 goals in 15 matches as they are one of the best teams in Class 5A.