Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer vs. Carey

HATTIESBURG – Pearl River Community College opened its 2015 men’s soccer season with a 3-0 exhibition defeat at the hands of William Carey University Saturday at Crusader Field on the WCU campus.
 
Carey, of the Southern States Athletic Conference, scored one goal in the first half, then two more in the second as they also saw the Crusaders’ first action of the year.
 
Despite the defeat, Wildcat coach Paul Martin was pleased with his team as it prepares to defend its MACJC state championship from 2014.
 

2015 Men's Soccer Preview

POPLARVILLE – The Pearl River Community College has been king of the hill in MACJC men’s soccer for the past three seasons, and head coach Paul Martin thinks the Wildcats have the tools to stay on top.

“We’ve got a talented group, a large team,” said Martin, now entering his fifth season at PRCC. “We don’t have a lot of superstars, but we’ve got a great group of talented young men that we feel good about.”

Last season, the Wildcats won their third consecutive state championship, and fourth straight South Division title, finishing 12-5-1 overall.

Pearl River Soccer Camp on tap for June 25-27

            POPLARVILLE --- The Pearl River Community College Soccer Camp for high school boys is set for June 25-27 (Thursday through Saturday) here on the PRCC campus.
            Wildcat head coach Paul Martin, who guided his squad to a three-straight MACJC-Region 23 championship this past fall, said and impressive staff of coaches from William Carey University and Spring Hill College, as well as other professionally licensed personnel will be on hand to work with players to advance their basic ball skills.

Defending MACJC-Region 23 champion Wildcats fall 3-2 in opener to Spring Hill

            POPLARVILLE --- Reiging MACJC-Region 23 men’s champion Pearl River fell 3-2 in its season opener here Sunday when Spring Hill (Ala.) rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the final five minutes to take a 3-2 victory.
            The host Wildcats dropped to 0-1, while the visiting Badgers are now 1-0 on the season.
            PRCC standouts Paul Millette, Jr., of Pascagoula High and Jake Polderman of Picayune High scored goal in the first half to give the Wildcats at 2-1 cushion over the four-year senior college at the intermission.

Defending MACJC-Region 23 champion Wildcats fall 3-2 in opener to Spring Hill

            POPLARVILLE --- Reiging MACJC-Region 23 men’s champion Pearl River fell 3-2 in its season opener here Sunday when Spring Hill (Ala.) rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the final five minutes to take a 3-2 victory.
            The host Wildcats dropped to 0-1, while the visiting Badgers are now 1-0 on the season.
            PRCC standouts Paul Millette, Jr., of Pascagoula High and Jake Polderman of Picayune High scored goal in the first half to give the Wildcats at 2-1 cushion over the four-year senior college at the intermission.

Men's Soccer 2014 Signees

The 2014 class of Pearl River Community College men’s soccer signees recently attended a signing day on the PRCC campus in Poplarville. Signees included from left: Front row - Johnny Longo and Grant Adam of Bay St. Louis, Erik LeGier of Biloxi, Jay Fletcher of East Central, Luke Hicks of Leakesville, Cole Wooten of Lucedale, Marco Montana of Biloxi, and Trevor Krol of Long Beach. Standing - Austin Ladner of Bay St.

MACJC-Region 23 champ River wraps soccer season with 8-1 loss to No. 2-ranked San Jacinto

    POPLARVILLE --- The MACJC-Region 23 champion Pearl River Wildcats wrapped its 2013 soccer season with an 8-1 NJCAA South District loss to second-ranked and Region 14 champ San Jacinto here Friday in Wildcat Stadium.
    PRCC, which repeated as state-regional champs last Sunday with a 1-0 victory over Hinds in Raymond, finished 13-2 overall, while San Jacinto College improved to 17-1.

WILDCATS REPEAT!

            RAYMOND --- Ray Wesson drilled a goal midway in the second half here Sunday to propel the Pearl River Community College Wildcats to a 1-0 victory over Hinds and a repeat as MACJC-Region 23 champions.
            Wesson, a freshman forward out of Gulfport High, scored the men’s title bout’s only goal 28 minutes into the second half off an assist by his former prep teammate Austin Douglas.
            The South division champ Wildcats trimmed Jones County 2-1 in Saturday’s semi-finals.

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