Sporting U NIL Athlete Keegan Good gifts Sporting KC jerseys to Mizzou teammates at SKC home opener 


Sporting Kansas City welcomed the University of Missouri women’s soccer team to Children’s Mercy Park on Saturday for an all-access experience in conjunction with the club’s home opener and the Sporting U NIL Program.

Led by Sporting U NIL Athlete Keegan Good, a sophomore midfielder from Parkville, Missouri who graduated from Park Hill South in 2022, the team enjoyed a behind-the-scenes stadium tour, a pre-match Q&A session with Sporting Kansas City front office associates and Sporting U Pass tickets in the Supporters’ Stand to cheer on the club alongside the KC Cauldron.

In addition, Good gifted each of her teammates with Sporting Kansas City’s new “Diamonds Our Forever” jerseys as a special surprise during the visit – an opportunity that marks the first time a professional sports team has collaborated with an NIL athlete for a team-wide jersey donation.

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Good is one of six local products participating in the Sporting U NIL Program during the 2023-24 school year with Sporting U NIL athletes competing at the NCAA Division I level in both the SEC and Big 12 conferences across a three-state region.

  • University of Missouri kicker Blake Craig (Liberty North HS alum)
  • Kansas State University defender Jericho Frigon (Liberty HS alum)
  • University of Missouri midfielder Keegan Good (Park Hill South HS alum)
  • University of Kansas forward Hallie Klanke (Lee’s Summit West HS alum)
  • University of Kansas running back Devin Neal (Lawrence HS alum)
  • Iowa State University receiver Jaylin Noel (Park Hill HS alum)

The Sporting U NIL initiative is designed to provide a platform for Sporting Kansas City to celebrate and interact with homegrown athletes on college campuses across the Midwest region who have excelled in their sports. The Sporting U NIL Athletes receive a financial stipend for social media engagement as well as tickets for Sporting KC home matches and merchandise from SportingStyle. The club’s investment in the Sporting U NIL program also includes further value for student-athletes through assistance with strategic marketing and brand building campaigns in addition to professional development resources, including mentorship and networking connections.

Collegiate athletes interested in receiving more information about Sporting U NIL can visit to contact the club for future consideration. Men’s soccer players are ineligible to sign NIL agreements with Sporting Kansas City to remain in compliance with all conflict-of-interest protections in place for NCAA sanctioned student-athletes.