NAIA national men's soccer championship

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NAIA national men's soccer championship
Founded 1959
Current champions Lindsey Wilson (KY)


Previous winners[edit]

Year Champion Runner-Up Score Site
1959 Pratt Institute (NY) Elizabethtown (PA) 4-3 (2OT) Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
1960 Elizabethtown (PA)
Newark Engineering (NJ)
2-2 (4OT)* Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
1961 Howard (DC) Newark Engineering (NJ) 3-2 Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
1962 East Stroudsburg (PA) Pratt Institute (NY) 4-0 Richmond, Indiana
1963 Earlham (IN)
Castleton State (VT)
Game Cancelled (Snow) Frostburg, Maryland
1964 Trenton State (NJ) Lincoln (PA) 3-0 Upper Montclair, New Jersey
1965 Trenton State (NJ) Earlham (IN) 6-2 Kansas City, Missouri
1966 Quincy (IL) Trenton State (NJ) 6-1 Belmont, North Carolina
1967 Quincy (IL) Rockhurst (MO) 3-1 Quincy, Illinois
1968 Davis & Elkins (WV) Quincy (IL) 2-1 (5OT) Quincy, Illinois
1969 Eastern Illinois Davis & Elkins (WV) 1-0 (2OT) Richmond, Indiana
1970 Davis & Elkins (WV) Quincy (IL) 2-0 Dunn, North Carolina
1971 Quincy (IL) Davis & Elkins (WV) 1-0 Dunn, North Carolina
1972 Westmont (CA) Vacant+ 2-1 (OT) Dunn, North Carolina
1973 Quincy (IL) Rockhurst (MO) 3-0 Florissant, Missouri
1974 Quincy (IL) Davis & Elkins (WV) 6-0 Florissant, Missouri
1975 Quincy (IL) Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1-0 Raleigh, North Carolina
1976 Simon Fraser (B.C.) Rockhurst (MO) 1-0 Pasadena, California
1977 Quincy (IL) Keene State (NH) 3-0 Huntsville, Alabama
1978 Quincy (IL) Alabama-Huntsville 2-0 Huntsville, Alabama
1979 Quincy (IL) Rockhurst (MO) 1-0 Springfield, Illinois
1980 Quincy (IL) Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1-0 (OT) Springfield, Illinois
1981 Quincy (IL) Alderson-Broaddus (WV) 4-1 Springfield, Illinois
1982 Simon Fraser (B.C.) Midwestern State (TX) 4-0 Wichita Falls, Texas
1983 Simon Fraser (B.C.) Midwestern State (TX) 1-0 Wichita Falls, Texas
1984 West Virginia Wesleyan Fresno Pacific (CA) 3-2 (2OT) Fresno, California
1985 West Virginia Wesleyan Fresno Pacific (CA) 4-3 (4OT) Spartanburg, South Carolina
1986 Sangamon State (IL) Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1-0 Wichita Falls, Texas
1987 Boca Raton (FL) Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1-0 (OT) Wichita Falls, Texas
1988 Sangamon State (IL) Alderson-Broaddus (WV) 3-1 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1989 West Virginia Wesleyan Boca Raton (FL) 1-0 Las Cruces, New Mexico
1990 West Virginia Wesleyan Boca Raton (FL) 3-1 Boca Raton, Florida
1991 Lynn (FL) Midwestern State (TX) 2-1 (SD-OT) Boca Raton, Florida
1992 Belhaven (MS) Lynn (FL) 2-1 San Antonio, Texas
1993 Sangamon State (IL) Lynn (FL) 4-3 (SD-OT) San Antonio, Texas
1994 West Virginia Wesleyan Mobile (AL) 4-2 Mobile, Alabama
1995 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Midwestern State (TX) 2-1 Mobile, Alabama
1996 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Birmingham-Southern (AL) 5-0 Birmingham, Alabama
1997 Seattle (WA) Rockhurst (MO) 2-1 (OT) Birmingham, Alabama
1998 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Illinois-Springfield 2-1 Birmingham, Alabama
1999 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Mobile (AL) 2-1 Albuquerque, New Mexico
2000 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Auburn University Montgomery (AL) 2-1 (OT) Albuquerque, New Mexico
2001 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Auburn Montgomery (AL) 4-0 Bowling Green, Kentucky
2002 Westminster College (UT) Mobile (AL) 2-1 Bowling Green, Kentucky
2003 Rio Grande (OH) Fresno Pacific (CA) 1-0 Olathe, Kansas
2004 Lindenwood (MO) Auburn Montgomery (AL) 1-0 Olathe, Kansas
2005 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Azusa Pacific (CA) 4-1 Daytona Beach, Florida
2006 Graceland (IA) Azusa Pacific (CA) 0-0(2OT)(7-6 PK's) Daytona Beach, Florida
2007 Azusa Pacific (CA) Concordia University (CA) 2-0 Olathe, Kansas
2008 Bethel College (Tennessee) University of Rio Grande (Ohio) 2-1(OT) Fresno, California
2009 Lindsey Wilson (KY) The Master’s (CA) 1-0 Fresno, California
2010 Hastings University Notre Dame College 5-3 Orange Beach, Alabama
2011 Lindsey Wilson (KY) Hastings University 3-2 Orange Beach, Alabama
2012 Belhaven (MS) Mobile (AL) 2-0 Montomery, Alabama

* - Co-Champions.

+ - Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) vacated second place due to an ineligible player

^ - Park (Mo.) vacated second place due to an ineligible player

1963 Title game canceled due to Snow

Players[edit]

The following players have gone on to play at a professional level after playing in the NAIA competition.

(Ralph Fernandez) Marist High School

Athlete NAIA School MLS/MISL/USL Team
Adauto Neto Mobile (Ala.) Cleveland Force
Addae Rique Missouri Baptist St. Louis Steamers
Andrew Corazza Simon Fraser (B.C.) Vancouver Whitecaps
Ben Meek Westmont (Calif.) Charlotte Eagles
Brady Bryant Mobile (Ala.) Wilmington Hammerheads
Casey Barton Tabor (Kan.) Kansas City Comets
Chris Lemons Oklahoma Christian Charlotte Eagles
Craig Scheer Illinois-Springfield Kansas City Comets
Daniel Clitnovici University of Mary (ND.) Universitatea Craiova (Romania)
Danny Harvey Bryan (Tenn.) Charlotte Eagles
Declan Jogi King (Tenn.) Charlotte Eagles
Derek Smith Union (Ky.) Cincinnati Kings
Diego Gutierrez Rockhurst (Mo.) Kansas City Wizards
Dino Delevski Oklahoma City Kansas City Comets
Gannon Webb William Carey (Miss.) Wilmington Hammerheads
Greg Robertson Spring Arbor College (Mich.) Ft. Lauderdale Strikers
Jacob Ward Azusa Pacific University (Calif.) San Diego Sockers
James Gledhill Mobile (Ala.) Wilmington Hammerheads
Joe Barton Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) Atlanta Silverbacks
Joey Gjertsen Evergreen State (Wash.) Vancouver Whitecaps
Johnny Menyongar Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Minnesota Thunder
Juan Pablo Irrera Columbia (Mo.) Puerto Rico Islanders
Kevin McCloskey Rio Grande (Ohio) Cincinnati Kings
Kevin Sloan Catawba (N.C.) Philadelphia Kixx
Lindsay Kennedy Harris-Stowe State (Mo.) St. Louis Steamers
Lee Rogers Spring Arbor College (Mich.) Milwaukee Wave
Mesac Celeste Lee (Tenn.) Cincinnati Kings
Milton Blanco Fresno Pacific (Calif.) C.D. Chivas
Nate Houser Baker (Kan.) Baltimore Blast
Orlando Ramírez Fresno Pacific (Calif.) San Jose Earthquakes
Pablo Campos Fresno Pacific (Calif.) Real Salt Lake
Paul Kato Spring Arbor College (Mich.) Kalamazoo Kangaroos
Patrick Daka Western Baptist (Ore.) Charlotte Eagles
Paul Rayment Alderson Broaddus Toronto Blizzard
Stephen Herdsman Cornerstone (Mich.) Columbus Crew
Stephen Murray Lambuth (Tenn.) Wilmington Hammerheads
Steve Kindel Simon Fraser (B.C.) Vancouver Whitecaps
Tafaria Fray St. Gregory's (Okla.) Charlotte Eagles
Tyrone Marshall Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) LA Galaxy
Erik Lefebvre Houghton College (NY.) Charlotte Eagles
Josiah Snelgrove Houghton College (NY.) Rochester Lancers
Daniel Karamoy Sterling College (Kan.) Persebaya Surabaya (Indonesia)
Steven Lenhart Azusa Pacific (CA.) San Jose Earthquakes

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