The Crusaders have announced the signing of four players today. Read more below
Hattiesburg, Miss - On a busy Homecoming weekend the Crusaders men's soccer team presented their end of year awards before downing the Alumni team by 4-0. Later that evening two former Carey All-Americans, the two Olegs, Chichkanov and Baleyev were inducted into the WCU Athletics Hall of Fame.
Hattiesburg, Miss - On Saturday the Crusaders men's soccer team host their spring alumni game. Always a competitive affair the game will kick-off at 4.00pm. After that at 6.00pm former soccer All-Americans Oleg Chickhinov and Oleg Baleyev will be inducted into the Carey Sports Hall of Fame. The men's soccer team will also present its 2013 season awards before kick-off at the alumni game. Awards will include Luis Trude's NAIA All-American honor as well as SSAC awards and the teams own MVP, MIP, Rookie and Crusader Awards.
Hattiesburg, Miss - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College made the short trip up Highway 49 for a spring game with the Crusaders. They returned home with a loss but showed plenty of passion and no little skill making it a hard fought afternoon for the home team.
Hattiesburg, Miss - The men's soccer team returned from a successful mission to Chile despite encountering earthquake and tsunami warnings during the first two days of the week long trip.
Hattiesburg, Miss- The men's soccer team will assemble Monday morning before heading off to Chile on an exciting journey to South America. A keen group of players were selected to take part in this multi-faceted adventure which includes mission work, outreach to disadvantaged communities and to promote the University to potential foreign students. Of course there will also be the chance to play against local community teams including presenting coaching clinics and seminars.
Hattiesburg, Miss - As a slew of World Cup games were played on Sunday, graduate assistant coach Carl Reynolds flew out from New Orleans for the first time in seven years, no longer a member of the Crusaders soccer program.
Hattiesburg, MS - Midfielder Sam Barnsley is in the process of transfering from Clayton State to the Crusaders for his senior year. "Sam is looking forward to an outstanding final year of collegiate soccer. We were pleased to grab him when circumstances changed at his previous school and he was allowed a release. Sam has the experience that will help our young team and he has also previously played in the NAIA at Reinhardt College where he gained All-Conference honors. He was also on the All-Academic team and an MVP for the Eagles during his time there. We are delighted to welcome Sam into the fold" said Carey head Coach Nigel Boulton