Nov 02
Men's Soccer at
Final L, 1-0
Oct 30
Men's Soccer vs.
William Peace
Final W, 4-0
Oct 27
Men's Soccer vs.
Final W, 2-0
Oct 24
Men's Soccer at
Final L, 2-1
Oct 21
Men's Soccer vs.
Final L, 1-0
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East Division

School Conf All
Greensboro 11-1 15-3
N.C. Wesleyan 8-3-1 9-7-1
William Peace 6-3-3 8-5-5
Pfeiffer # 5-7 9-8
Methodist 4-6-2 7-9-2
Averett 2-9-1 4-13-1

West Division

School Conf All
Maryville 10-2 14-4-1
Covenant 9-2-1 14-6-1
Piedmont 6-3-3 8-6-3
LaGrange 5-7 10-9
Brevard # 3-9 5-13
Huntingdon 2-9-1 3-13-1
Berea 1-11 4-14
More Headlines
Facundo Rondan, Photo courtesy-Dave Hilton, D3photography
October 21, 2018 Maryville Sneaks past Bishops on PK The NC Wesleyan College Men's Soccer team suffered a heartbreaking defeat on Sunday afternoon falling 1-0 to West Division rival Maryville College as their 8-game unbeaten streak came to an end.
October 17, 2018 Men's Soccer's Godfrey Wins Rookie of the Week USA South Men's Soccer Rookie of the Week
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