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Lads to the 'ship, Eagles to play for national title

Campus News | December 06, 2013

Dowsley after scoring the last minute goal advancing the Eagles to the national championship match for the first time in program history.

Carson-Newman's Joao Dowsley celebrates after scoring the last minute goal advancing the Eagles to the national championship match for the first time in program history.

Click here to watch coverage of the national championship game on Sat., Dec. 6, 2013, starting at 3 p.m.

(Dec. 6, 2013) EVANS, Ga. – Carson-Newman (16-5-1) knocked Simon Fraser (18-3-2) out of the running for an NCAA Division II national title with a 3-2 victory. The Eagles were propelled into the title game thanks to a last minute goal by Joao Dowsley (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).

"We kept working until the last minute," Moodie said. "That's what this team...[click to read more]

 

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