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Men's Soccer - Sat, Oct. 11, 2014

Hattiesburg, Miss. – Dan Gudmundsson scored two goals including the game winner in overtime as No. 22 William Carey University defeated Bethel University, 3-2 in SSAC action at Crusader Field.

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Soccer - Sat, Oct. 11, 2014

Hattiesburg, Miss.- No. 4 William Carey University returned to their winning ways on Saturday as they dropped Bethel University, 2-0 in SSAC action on Saturday evening at Crusader Field.

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Men's Soccer - Thu, Oct. 9, 2014

Hattiesburg, Miss - William Carey University men's soccer team  wore pink ribbon wrist bands and gave out Susan G. Komen for the Cure pink pretzels during last Saturday's home game to raise awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness month. This coming Saturday morning members of the team will also take part in the Hattiesburg 'Heart Walk' before the home game with Bethel University that evening. The team raised in excess of $500 under the leadership of assistant coach Barry Farrell and hard work of soph. forward Mo Degheb.

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Men's Soccer - Sat, Oct. 4, 2014

Hattiesburg, Miss.- No. 20 William Carey University was their own worst enemy as they dropped a heartbreaking 2-1 decision to the University of Mobile on Saturday night at Crusader Field.

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Men's Soccer - Fri, Oct. 3, 2014

Jackson, Miss -  No.21 Belhaven University returned to 'the Bowl' for their first home game of 2014 but not just their first home game of the season but a return home following a number of years off campus playing on the artificial turf at nearby Newall Field. The Blazers began their SSAC season at 7-1 with their one loss to No.2 Davenport University. The No. 20 ranked Crusaders at 5-3 were also opening their conference schedule. 

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Men's Soccer - Tue, Sep. 30, 2014

Hattiesburg, Miss -  The Crusaders men's soccer team found a very special reason to collect charitable contributions toward the 2014 Heart Walk this year. Goalkeepers coach John Dicks revealed how his son Sheldon had undergone multiple heart surgeries and health scares since birth through childhood.



2011 NAIA Final National Ranking: No. 4
2011 NAIA Tournament Semi-Finalists
2011 Team Academic Award; 2 All-Americans
2011 Regional Coach of the Year


2010 National Ranking: RV
2010 National Tournment Qualifiers; 2 All-Americans


2009 National Ranking: No.9 
2009 National Tournament Qualifiers; 5 All-Americans 
2009 GCAC Regular Season Champions; GCAC Tournament Runners-Up
2009 GCAC Conference Coach of the Year


2008 National Ranking: No.25
2008 GCAC Regular Season Champions; GCAC Tournament Runners-Up
2008 GCAC Conference Coach of the Year; 3 All-Americans


2007 GCAC Tournament Champions


18 Top 25 National Rankings; 10 NAIA Tournament Appearances; 5 Final Fours; 11 Conference Championshps; 40+ All-Americans




M - Soccer
Overall Conf. Streak
8-5 3-2 Won 1