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NCCAA National Championships - Men's Soccer

Judson has won six National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association national championships starting in the early 1990's.  Judson is the all-time wins leader for the NCCAA and has won the most NCCAA National Championships of any program.  Steve Burke, the head coach, is also the all-time wins leader for the NCCAA.


 

1991

NCCAA National Champions l NCCAA District Champions

NIIC Conference Champions

21-5

The 1991 season provided Judson with the athletic departments first-ever national championship as the men's soccer team won the NCCAA National Tournament. Judson defeated The Kings College, 7-1, for the championship. Judson started off the tournament with a 3-1 win over Malone and followed that with a 2-1 win against John Brown. Freddie King was named the tournament MVP and most outstanding offensive player while Jason Acres was named the most outstanding defensive player. Acres, King, Sakis Brown, Rich Dern, and Kelly Findley were all named NCCAA All-Tournament.

 
 
 

1992

NCCAA National Champions l NCCAA District Champions

NIIC Conference Champions

22-2-1 

Winning back-to-back NCCAA National Championships, Judson held off Concordia (OR), 2-1, for their second championship. Judson started the tournament with a 5-1 win over LeTourneau University and then posted a 2-0 shutout over Malone. Steve Burke became a NCCAA icon as he joined the ranks with his father, Doug Burke (Houghton), for winning two NCCAA National Championships. Todd Pautz was given the MVP award and Danny Black was voted as the most outstanding defensive player. Pautz, Black, Jason Acres, Ben Aissaoui, and Kiki Salazar were all named to the NCCAA All-Tournament team.

 
 

1995

NCCAA National Champions l NCCAA District Champions

NIIC Conference Champions

24-4

Judson claimed their third NCCAA National Championship in five years as they shut out Malone University, 5-0. Judson only gave up two goals the entire tournament while scoring 12. They opened up with a shut out, 4-0, over Pacific Christian and then pulled out a 3-2 win over Indiana Wesleyan. This was the fifth straight NCCAA National Tournament that Judson played in as they finished second in 1993 and fifth in 1994. Maarcelo Galvao earned the NCCAA National Tournament MVP and most outstanding offensive player awards while Zenaido Diaz was the tournaments most outstanding defensive player. Galvao, Danny Black, and Aaron Godfrey all were on the NCCAA All-Tournament team.


 
 

1997

NCCAA National Champions l NCCAA District Champions

23-5

Playing in their seventh straight NCCAA National Tournament, Judson won their fourth championship. With the win, Judson became the only program in NCCAA men's soccer history to have four national championships. Judson held off Lee (TN), 4-2, for the win. Judson won their first two games with 1-0 shut out wins over Pacific Christian and Malone University. Vusa Nkomazana was named the tournament MVP. Nkomazana, Mike Smith, and Jason York all were named to the NCCAA All-Tournament team.


 

2002 

NCCAA National Champions 

CCAC Regular Season Champions l CCAC Tournament Champions

20-7

Playing in their seventh straight NCCAA National Tournament, Judson won their fourth championship. With the win, Judson became the only program in NCCAA men's soccer history to have four national championships. Judson held off Lee (TN), 4-2, for the win. Judson won their first two games with 1-0 shut out wins over Pacific Christian and Malone University. Vusa Nkomazana was named the tournament MVP. Nkomazana, Mike Smith, and Jason York all were named to the NCCAA All-Tournament team.


 

2009 

NCCAA National Champions 

CCAC Regular Season Champions

19-3-1 

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.