Hattiesburg, Miss. - Crusaders head coach Nigel Boulton will be hosting three summer camps in June and July on the campus here at William Carey University. June 2-4 is a player 'Elite' camp with Terry Moore the assistant academy director of English Premier League team Southampton FC. Terry can also be seen on the world famous 'Coaching Manual' website and on YouTube. June 17-19 is the high school team camp and then July 7-10 the annual youth camp for boys ages 4-14. You can get details and register here at the Crusaders athletics website. Go to the 'Summer Camps' link above.
Madrid, Spain - The Crusaders today announced the signing of goalkeeper Adrian Ferreira Cabado. Adrian finished out the season this past weekend with his club Victoria CF winning the Juvenile Liga Nacional, the national youth league in Spain.
Hattiesburg, Miss. - The men's soccer team finished out it's spring season with a Red v White game on Saturday with the Whites (who actually played in blue) running out 4-0 winners. However the big news of the weekend was the Crusaders trash can challenge video which has now hit almost 10,000 views on the team's Facebook page. Why not take a look here and push the guys over the 10K mark at https://www.facebook.com/pages/William-Carey-Crusaders-Mens-Soccer/114061321964629?ref=hl.
Livingston, Ala. - The Crusaders travelled to the University of West Alabama (NCAA D2) for a spring tourney with the hosts and NAIA rivals and 2013 national Champions Martin Methodist College on the weekend. The men played iron clad defense without conceding a goal beating the Redhawks 1-0 before bettering that with a 3-0 win over the host Tigers winning their second spring tourney in the process.
Hattiesburg Miss: - The Crusaders took a 3-1 victory last week against Spring Hill college remaining undefeated in the spring season. On Saturday they travel to Livingston, Alabama for a double header with the University of West Alabama (D2) and 2013 NAIA National Champions Martin Methodist College.
Hattiesburg, Miss - The Carey men's soccer team hosted and won a three team weekend tourney. Visitors the University of Montevallo, Ala. and arch-rivals Belhaven University, Miss. played three close and exciting games with the Crusaders remaining the only unbeaten team to top the grouping.
Hattiesburg, Miss - William Carey University men's soccer team will be looking for a bumber crowd as they open their season with two home games on August 21st and 24th. The Crusaders will host John Brown University from Arkansas on the 21st at 7:30 pm and then welcome nine time NAIA National Champions, Lyndsey Wilson College to Crusaders Feild on Monday August 24th at 7:30 pm.
Hattiesburg, Miss - Five former Carey players, now coaches, returned to their alma mater this week to help young high school players shoot for their soccer dreams. Wall of Famer Justin Maullin, the head coach at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro led other Hall of Famers, Barry Farrell (current WCU assistant coach), Danny Owens (current WCU women's coach) and Donevin Esterhuizen (coach at Gulf Coast United) alongside 2011 Final Four player Ryan Weir (current WCU womens GA coach).
Hattiesburg, Miss. - Last week saw a successful soccer Elite Camp hosted at William Carey University. The camp was limited to 32 players aged between 9-14 years of age. All players were selected and invited by area youth coaches. The camp was highlighted by English Premier League team Southampton F.C.'s assistant academy director Terry Moore.