Wall of Fame






Carl Goody ('12)

CARL GOODY (Goalkeeper 2007-11) 

From Newmarket, England. Carl was a member of the 2011 Crusader team that reached the final four of the NAIA National Championships. He was selected to the All-Tournament team and also as a First Team All-American. His record for the year included a team record 12 shut-outs and record 8 consecutive shut-outs. He was also a member of the 2007 GCAC Tournament Championship winning squad. Carl is currently working as a graduate assistant goalkeeper coach at Carey.



Barry Farrell ('05)

BARRY FARRELL  (Forward 2001-04)

Born in Dublin, Ireland, 'Bazza' currently serves as an assistant coach of the William Carey Crusaders men's soccer team. He has also worked as the full-time director of the intramurals program since 2011.

As a player Farrell began his career at the Gulfport campus before moving to Hattiesburg in 2003 as one of the first players to make the switch. He garnered MVP, All-Conference and All-Region awards as well as Honary Mention All-American.

He showed his potential to becoming a coach by also picking up the Coaches Award and the Crusader Award during his time. Farrell has been to two NAIA Final Fours, one as a player and one as an assistant coach.

His striking talents were not limited only to goalscoring but to assisting as well. Well known for his twisting and turning with the ball Farrell was a handful for any central defender and it often led to him being fouled on a consistent basis, something he was able ride with aplomb during his junior and senior year.



Doug Stovall

Former Carey head coach Doug Stovall is presented with his award for being inducted onto the Crusader Wall of Fame for soccer

DOUG STOVALL (Head Coach 1985-2002)
Fittingly enough the location was Gulfport for the induction of former Carey head soccer coach Doug Stovall (pictured above, left) onto the soccer Wall of Fame. Former coach Stovall was the only 2010 inductee and the 13th overall. 

Coach Stovall spent 17 years on the Mississippi coast at the helm of William Carey College's men's soccer team in Gulfport before the program moved to the Hattiesburg campus. He ran up an impressive 219-89-10 record over that time. Coach Stovall began the program in 1985 and was the only men's coach until the appointment of current head coach Nigel Boulton in 2003.

Stovall's induction was held at the Gulfport Sportsplex on August 14th following the summer alumni game between the Crusaders and the past players, some of whom he had coached. Other former Stovall players were in the bleachers watching on.

Doug Stovall can boast over 30 years of coaching experience. He has trained teams at every level, starting with the under six age group through to collegiate athletes. Stovall directed the first select team with the South Mississippi Soccer Club. Under his coaching this team went on to win seven state titles. In the 1980's, he was instrumental in creating the Gulfport High School soccer program and assisted with training the boy's team before taking up the reigns at then William Carey College. During his tenure the Carey team finished in the NAIA Top 25 National Rankings thirteen times. His college teams competed in seven National Championship Tournaments and twice advanced to the Final Four. Stovall had numerous All American and Academic All American players on his rosters during his college coaching career. His former players have gone on to play Division-I, Division-II, professional and MLS soccer. Former players can also be found coaching at every level of soccer; including NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, High School and youth select/recreational leagues. In 1999, he started the Xpress Soccer Club formerly known as Biloxi Xpress. He is Founder and Director of World Cup Soccer Camps which has operated for 22 years, conducting summer camps in Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. Stovall is a Staff Coach with Mississippi Soccer Association and for many years has worked with the Olympic Development Program. He has been a member of both the National Soccer Coaches Association America and the Mississippi Association of Coaches for over 20 years. He is currently the college liason director and a youth coach for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Dynamo who are affiliated with the MLS Houston Dynamo.


Licenses, Awards and Recognitions:

  • USSF National "B" license
  • National Youth license
  • NAIA Conference Coach of the Year
  • NAIA Regional Coach of the Year
  • Three-Time NAIA Candidate for National Coach of the Year




a former Crusader captain and four year starter Todd Eason became the 12th inductee onto the men's soccer Wall of Fame. Former Crusader coach Doug Stovall inducted Eason before the Crusaders - Mobile Rams game which his alma mater won by 3-1.

While at Carey on the Coast, Eason twice earned All-Conference honors as well as being named team most valuable player his senior season. He also helped lead the team to three appearances in the NAIA National Tournament. Eason graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education. After graduating, he played two years in the USISL with the Jackson Chargers. He later played professionally in the USL with the Charlotte Eagles in 2000 and 2001 before moving into coaching.

Eason served two seasons as head coach at North Georgia College & State University. While at the Dahlonega, Ga. school, his teams posted a 15-18-3 record, including 10-6-2 in 2005. Playing in its first year as a member of the Peach Belt Conference, North Georgia advanced to the tournament semifinal in 2005. Eason, a native of Atlanta, Ga., spent three seasons as the head women's soccer coach at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, S.C. from 2002-05. While working for SWU, he helped the Lady Warriors reach the Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference (GACC) Tournament semi-finals and the finals at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Regional. He led the Lady Warriors to an 8-10-2 record as well as a fifth place finish in the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC). Eason was named 2003 GACC Women's Soccer Coach of the Year as well as GACC Women's Sports Coach of the Year after SWU went 11-5-2 on the season and finished fourth overall in the GACC regular season. Prior to working at SWU, Eason was the inaugural women's soccer coach at Asbury College in Wilmore, Ky. from 2001-02.

Before coming back to Mississippi with the Brilla organization as it's Director of Coaching he stopped off in Tusculum, Tennessee for two years as assistant coach to Brett Teach at Tusculum College.

In 2011 Eason moved on to NCAA D1 Jacksonville State University in Florida as an assistant coach.




Wayne is the earliest graduate to have made the Wall of Fame. Born in South Africa he arrived at William Carey on the Coast in Gulfport for the inaugural year of the soccer program and provides a link and a bridge from the past to the present. Wayne was captain and an NAIA All-Star and made the all-Tournament team at the National Finals during his time as a Crusader. He currently lives in Jacksonville, Florida. full story here



2007 Wall of Fame Inductees from L-R: Phil Hindson; Oleg Chickanov; Marco Mthembu; Justin Maullin; Danny Owens; Oleg Baleyev; Eric Diaz; not pictured - Andy Barron; Mark Spears; Milton Griffiths

"Chick" began playing soccer in his native Russia on the Youth National Team. He left the former Soviet Union to come to the United States and began his career as a Crusader where he became a 1st Team All-American and an Academic All-American. He was drafted by two professional soccer leagues and went on to play with the Nashville Metros (A League) and the Pensacola Flyers (EISL) after graduating from Carey. "Chick" holds a USSF "A" license and is on the Mississippi Olympic Development Program coaching staff. He had been an assistant coach with Meridian Community College (1997-1999) and was the assistant men's and women's coach at William Carey College (1999-2003). He has been involved in youth soccer for many years and is currently the Director of Coaching for the Gulf Coast United soccer club based in Gulfport, Mississippi.

"Bal" was appointed the head men's soccer coach at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Mississippi in 2007. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in management/marketing from Carey in 1999 and a Master's in business administration in 2003. An All-American in 1998 and 1999 he also played professionally for the Pensacola Flyers in the summer of 1998.

Marco was an All-American in 1997 after being a second team All-American the previous year. A native of Durban, South Africa he played professionally for the Kaiser Chiefs and Ajax and was called up to the South African national squad during his career after graduating from Carey. After retiring from the professional game with a tremendous reputation behind him he returned to the the U.S. and is currently coaching youth soccer around the Gulf Coast region and also helped as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Southern Mississippi for the women's program.

Currently the head coach at NCAA-D1 University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Justin is a native of Johannesburg, South Africa and came to the U.S. in 1993 to become a Crusader graduating in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in management and marketing. He was chosen as Mr. William Carey College in 1996 and again in 1997, the same two years he served as student body president. Justin also made the list of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities in 1995. He played for the Crusaders for four years, serving as the team captain and winning N.A.I.A. Academic All-America Honors. He stepped in as an assistant coach for the Crusaders from 1997-99 and also served as the recruiting coordinator. During that time, he helped guide the Crusaders to back-to-back N.A.I.A. Final Four appearances. He was responsible for domestic and international recruiting efforts, as well as coordinating practice and tournament schedules, handling travel plans and the annual team budget. He left Carey to become assistant at the University of Central Florida where he spent five years before leaving in 2005 to take up an assistant position at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. In 2009 he took over as the head coach at UNC-Greensboro and will begin his first season in the hot seat this Fall. Justin also played for the New Orleans Gamblers of the A-League in 1993, the semi-pro Cocoa Expos from 1995-1997, the Mississippi Beach Kings of the indoor pro league from 1997-1998, and with the Orlando Kraze of the Premier Development League from 1999-2001.

Milton was a 2nd team All-American in '95 and 1st team All-American in '98 his senior year. Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica he heads a long line of Jamaican players that have graced the Carey teams. He was also named to the 2008 N.A.I.A. All-Tournament team

Phil began his first year as an assistant coach at Clemson (S.C.) in 2004 after a successful four year stint as an assistant coach at Winthrop University. A native of Perth, Scotland he graduated from Carey in 1999. In 2009 he took over from Trevor Adare at Clemson as the interim head coach before moving to UNC-Pembroke as the head coach after the 2009 season was over. Hindson was a three-time All-Conference, All-Region and 1995 All-America selection for Carey. He still holds the all-time scoring record with 54 goals and 22 assists for 130 points in three seasons. He graduated with a B.S. degree in physical education with a minor in psychology. He worked on his master's degree in physical education with an emphasis in health and will be awarded this degree upon the completion of the thesis. In 1995, he played forward for the Nashville Metros of the USISL (now USL). From 1996-97 he was with the Cocoa Expos (USISL) team which reached the national tournament both seasons. He closed out his professional career with the Pensacola Flyers of the Eastern Indoor Soccer League .

Danny gained 1st team All-American honors as a Crusader in 1999. After obtaining his degree in 2000 he went on to get his Masters in Psychology from Carey and in 2005 returned to his alma mater as the head women's soccer coach.  Danny led his Lady Crusaders to the 2007, 2008 & 2009 GCAC regular season and tournament titles and the National Championship rounds in 2008 and 2009. He has three times been awarded the GCAC Coach of the Year Award.


Mark, from Kansas City, Missouri gained 1st team All-American honors as a goalkeeper for the Crusaders in 2000 and also made the All-Tournament team the same year. He now lives and works in San Diego, California.

Andy is a former member of the New Zealand national team and played in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa making an appearance against then World Cup holders Italy. Second in the All-Time leading scorers list for the Crusaders he was a dynamic attacking midfielder with a powerful shot and great first touch, Andy also scored on his national team debut against Malaysia in 2006. Andy was a 2nd team All-American in 2002 while at Carey. After graduating with his degree in business he played a season in Ireland for Distillery before returning home to New Zealand to play professionally for Canterbury. In 2008 he returned to the US to play for the Minnesotta Thunder returning back home again a year later.

Eric was called up to the Guatemala National Team in 2005 gaining his only cap to date as a substitute against Jamaica in a game played in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated in 2005 with a business degree and although born in New Orleans, Louisiana in the U.S. Eric qualified for Guatemala through his parentage. A skillful and powerful forward he played for the New Orleans Shell Shockers.