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CCAC Championships - Men's Soccer

Judson has won 13 CCAC championships under Steve Burke since joining the conference in the late 1990s.  Overall, Judson has 20 conference championships under Burke as Judson played in the NIIC before moving to the CCAC and won eight NIIC Championships in 1973, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995.


     

 

2000

CCAC Regular Season Champions

18-6-1

CCAC Player of the Year: Rob Eastland

All-CCAC: Rob Eastland (1st), Pedro Figueiredo (1st), Bizo Sogavo (1st), Jason Pena (2nd), Dan Quinn (2nd)


     

2002 

NCCAA National Champions 

CCAC Regular Season Champions l CCAC Tournament Champions

20-7

CCAC Player of the Year: Lee Paul

All-CCAC: Damian Francis (1st), Lee Paul (1st), Caleb Reed (1st), Doco Wesseh (1st), Gareth Aiken (2nd)

Judson won their second CCAC Championship and fifith NCCAA National Championship in 2002. 


     

2004 

NAIA National Tournament l NAIA Regional Champions

CCAC Regular Season Champions l CCAC Tournament Champions

23-1-1 

CCAC Player of the Year: Doco Wesseh

All-CCAC: Arron Craggs (1st), Aron Hyde (2nd), Dani Martinez (1st), Wilson Neto (1st), Matt Packard (2nd), Caleb Reed (2nd), Doco Wesseh (1st)

Judson went a perfect 21-0 in the regular season and won their third CCAC regular season championships and second CCAC tournament championship. Judson advanced to the NAIA National Tournament with a 1-0 win over Grand View. Judson then won their first-ever NAIA Tournament game, 1-0, over #19 Embry-Riddle (FL). Seeded #14, Judson fell to #3 Lindenwood, 3-0. Lindenwood went on to win the national championship. Judson won the CCAC Tournament, 3-0, over Trinity International.

 

     

2005 

NAIA National Tournament l NAIA Regional Champions

CCAC Regular Season Champions l CCAC Tournament Champions

19-4-1 

All-CCAC: Carlos Guillen (1st), Steve Moldenhauer (1st), Bruno Pradines (1st), Jesus Saiz (1st)

Repeating in the CCAC and NAIA Regional Tournament, Judson went to their third NAIA National Tournament and was ranked #15. Once again, Judson won their first-round game, 3-0, over #18 Concordia (OR). Judson then fell to #2 Lindsey Wilson, 4-1. Lindsey Wilson they went on to win the national championship. It was the second year in a row that Judson lost to the eventual national champion. Judson won the CCAC Tournament Championship over Trinity International, 4-2. Judson won the regional tournament, 1-0, over Grand View.


     

2006 

NAIA National Tournament l NAIA Regional Champions

CCAC Regular Season Champions l CCAC Tournament Champions

17-4-1 

CCAC Player of the Year: Jesus Saiz

All-CCAC: Milos Bajic (1st), Arron Craggs (1st), Mark Howlett (1st), Steve Moldenhauer (2nd), Bruno Pradines (1st), Jesus Bruno (1st), Gareth Thornley (2nd)

Winning their third straight CCAC regular season, CCAC Tournament, and NAIA Regional Championship, Judson played in their fourth NAIA National Tournament. #13 Judson fell in the first round to #20 Lindsey Wilson, 3-1. Judson won the NAIA Regional, 2-1, over Grand View, and took the CCAC Tournament, 3-0, against Trinity International. It was the third year in a row that Judson played Trinity International in the championship game.


     

2007 

NAIA National Tournament l NAIA Regional Champions

CCAC Regular Season Champions l CCAC Tournament Champions

15-5-3

CCAC Player of the Year: Steve Moldenhauer

All-CCAC: Steve Moldenhauer (1st), Mark Howlett (1st), Gustavo Oliveira (1st), Neil Thompson (1st), Vitor Bravo (2nd), Petar Bajic (2nd)

Judson won an unprecedant fourth straight CCAC regular season, CCAC Tournament, and NAIA Regional Championship. No CCAC program had ever won four-straight championships both regular season and tournament. Judson was seeded #15 and lost to #18 Mid-Continent, 2-1. Judson won the NAIA Regional Tournament, 4-1, over St. Ambrose. Judson won the program's fifth CCAC Tournament over St. Xavier, 1-0.


     

2008 

NAIA National Tournament

CCAC Tournament Champions

15-6

All-CCAC: Gustavo Oliveira (1st), Alex Tyton (1st), Milos Bajic (1st), Vitor Bravo (1st)

Judson won their fifth straight CCAC Tournament Championship to earn the automatic bid to the NAIA National Tournament. It was Judson's sixth NAIA National Tournament and fifth in a row. Judson fell in the opening round in Ohio to #7 Notre Dame (OH), 6-1. The 2008 season was also a special season for coach Steve Burke as he became the NAIA All-Time wins leader. Judson also became the NAIA All-Time wins leader for programs, too. Judson won their sixth CCAC Tournament Championship in overtime, 2-1, against Cardinal Stritch.

   

2009 

NCCAA National Champions 

CCAC Regular Season Champions

19-3-1 

All-CCAC: Gustavo Oliveira (1st), Alex Tyton (1st), Sven Moeller (1st), William Zardetto (1st), Rafa Heck (H.M), Tony Skarvatun (H.M.) 

Continuing their NCCAA national dominance, Judson returned to the NCCAA National Tournament to win their sixth NCCAA National Championship. Judson also won their fifth CCAC regular season championship in six years which was the coach Steve Burke's 20th conference championship at Judson. Judson won their first round game over Palm Beach Atlantic in penalty kicks, 3-2, after a 2-2 double overtime tie. Judson then defeated Mid-America Christian, 2-0, and won the championship over Indiana Wesleyan, 4-3. Gustavo Oliveira was named the MVP and most outstanding offensive player while Alex Tyton was the most outstanding defensive player. Oliveira, Tyton, and Rafa Heck were all on the NCCAA All-Tournament team.