Men's Soccer releases Fall schedule
July 15, 2009

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Men's Soccer Head Coach Dr. Sandy Zensen has released the 2009 Varsity Soccer Schedule. Check out the team's website to learn more about the team. 

Here's a brief overview of what to expect for the 2009 Varsity season:
  • The Lions will take on the Lee University Flames in a preseason scrimmage at Lee on August 18.
  • The official season kicks off with an August 29 away game at the University of the Cumberlands.
  • The Lions' next two games will be at home for their Bryan Classic Invitational. They will face Asbury College on September 4 and Belhaven College on the 5th.
  • Next the Lions will travel to Cedarville, Ohio, to play in the Dave Jones Memorial Classic hosted by Cedarville University. They will play Cedarville on September 11, and turn around to take on the University of Rio Grande on the 12th.
  • They start conference play with two home games: September 19 against Milligan and on September 23 against Union .
  • On September 26 they will travel to Bristol, TN, to take on King College. King is no longer a conference game as they have withdrawn from the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC).
  • Tennessee Wesleyan will travel to Dayton for another home game on September 30.
  • Homecoming is the first weekend in October. The Lions will take on Brescia University that Saturday, the 3rd.
  • After homecoming, the Lions follow up with three conference games. The first is against rival Covenant College at home on October 7. Then they will travel on October 10 to take on Virginia Intermont, which is restarting their men's soccer program after two seasons of not having a team. The Lions then host Reinhardt College on the 13th.  This is Reinhardt's first season as an AAC member.
  • For a break in conference play, the Lions will travel to Southern Polytechnic University on October 17.
  • To wrap up their conference play, the Lions will host Montreat College on October 21, and then will travel to Bluefield College on the 24th.
  • The Lions close the regular season with a non-conference game at home on October 31 against the University of Alabama-Huntsville.
  • The AAC Quarterfinals will be on November 7, the Semifinals on the 13th, and the Final on the 14th. The location and times of the tournament will be announced at a later date.

Please continue to check the schedule for any changes or updates.