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Campbell University

Campbell University Athletics
P.O. Box 10 Buies Creek, NC 27506
Division 1 North Carolina Southeast
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Dustin Fonder

Dustin Fonder, who enters his ninth season in charge of the Fighting Camels in 2023, has established the program as a consistent conference championship contender and a regular NCAA postseason participant.


The 2019 and 2021 Big South Coach of the Year, Fonder has led the Camels to five league trophies and three NCAA College Cup appearances over the last four seasons, in addition to the program’s highest-ever year-ending national rankings as a Division I member. In February 2020, Fonder was rewarded with a contract extension through 2024.


Over his first eight seasons in Buies Creek, Fonder has guided Campbell to a 84-49-17 overall record (.617), including a 43-17-5 mark (.700) in conference play.


Fonder’s overall head coaching record stands at 162-111-35 (.583), including a 78-63-18 (.547) mark in eight seasons at High Point University.


Against Big South Conference competition, Fonder’s teams at Campbell and High Point have combined to win 67.3 percent of their outings (82-36-15). Upon Campbell leaving the conference in 2023, Fonder stands third all-time among Big South coaches in league regular season victories.


Furthermore, during Fonder’s tenure Campbell men’s soccer players have earned Big South Presidential Honor Roll status 139 times through the summer of 2023.


In 2022, Fonder's squad finished 11-4-5 overall and won the Big South regular season title, the program's third in last four years, behind a 6-1-1 conference record. The Camels, who advanced to the Big South final for the third time in four seasons as well, finished 12th in the nation with 48 assists, 13th averaging 2.40 assists and 6.75 corner kicks per game, and 14th with 132 total points.


Nine members of the 2022 team earned all-conference honors, highlighted by Tyler Young repeating as Big South Offensive Player of the Year and Moses Mensah selected as the conference's Defensive Player of the Year. Joining Young and Mensah on the first team included Jalen James, Kemy Amiche, Kyoji Hata and Diego Konincks while Daniel Hernandez and Tiago Lopes earned second team honors and Adrien Gameiro selected to the all-freshman team.


Three Camels, Moses Mensah, Kemy Amiche and Tyler Young, earned All-South region honors. Mensah became the first four-time all-region choice in Campbell history after earning first team honors for the second-straight year. Amiche was named second-team All-South for the second-straight season while Young earned All-South honors overall for the second-consecutive season.


The program had two selected in the MLS SuperDraft following the season as Tyler Young went 36th overall to Atlanta United and Moses Mensah 74th overall to Real Salt Lake. Young became the highest drafted player in program history. Additionally, Kemy Amiche signed with Nashville SC of the MLS and Jalen James signed a professional contract with Lexington SC of USL One.


His 2021 squad won the Big South double for the second time in three years and made the program’s third NCAA College Cup appearance in the last four seasons. The Camels were one of just 13 schools nationally to finish with at least 15 wins (15-4-2) and ranked second in the nation in scoring (2.68 goals per game), assists and points, while finishing fourth in goal differential (+34). Campbell produced the program’s second-most wins in a year (the 2019 squad won 17 games) in the last 28 seasons and finished eighth in the final South Region poll.


Under Fonder’s direction, Tyler Young was named Big South Conference offensive player of the year and Bissafi Dotte was chosen as defensive player of the year. Moses Mensah, Kemy Amiche and Young were named to the All-South region teams, while Amiche was chosen as freshman All-America by two outlets.


Eight Camels were named to the Big South all-conference teams. Amiche, George Bediko, Diego Konincks and Mensah joined Dotte and Young on the first team. Franck Momo and Jake Morris were named 2nd-team all-league.


The 2021 senior class also set a school record for most league trophies (3 tournament, 2 regular season) compiled in a four-year span in the program’s 59-year history.


While navigating the COVID-19 delayed and shortened 2020-21 schedule, Fonder’s team finished as the Big South regular season runner-up (8-2-2, 6-1-1). The Camels ended the 2020-21 campaign ranked fifth nationally in points (7.75) and goals (2.58) per game, while rating seventh in assists (2.58) and 19th in won-lost percentage (.750).


Campbell outscored its opponents 31-10 and allowed only five goals in league regular season play.


A dozen Camels were named to the 2020-21 Big South all-conference teams, led by defensive player of the year Franck Momo and freshman of the year Sami Charaf Amal. Momo and Amal were joined on the All-South teams by Jalen James and Moses Mensah.


Egeonu was chosen to the Academic All-District 3 team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).


Fonder and his assistant coaches were also recognized as the 2019 South Region staff of the year by the United Soccer Coaches after guiding the Camels into the second round of the NCAA College Cup.


Campbell posted a 17-3-2 overall record and a perfect 8-0 slate in Big South play while capturing the 2019 league regular season and tournament titles. Campbell won its two Big South tournament matches by a combined 7-1 score, including a 4-1 victory over second-seeded High Point in the final.


The 24th-ranked Camels earned the program’s first NCAA postseason victory on Nov. 21 in a 3-1 triumph at No.-15 James Madison before falling 2-0 three days later at top-ranked and eventual national finalist Virginia in the second round.


Campbell ranked eighth nationally in won-lost-tied percentage (.818), third in scoring offense (2.68 goals per game) and 13th in team goals-against average (0.752).


The 2019 Camels matched school records for wins (17), unbeaten streak (15) and conference regular season victories, while breaking marks for home victories (10) and shutouts (10).


Campbell swept the 2019 Big South Conference Coach (Fonder), Attacking Player (Thibaut Jacquel), Defensive Player (Gideon Betz), Freshman (Moses Mensah) and Scholar-Athlete (Betz) of the year awards. Betz and Ian Rees were named to the Academic All-District 3 team by CoSIDA, while Betz earned Academic All-America® honors for the second-straight year.


Eleven Camels were named to the All-Big South Conference teams, including first-team members Betz, Jacquel, Mensah, Rees, Bissafi Dotte and Franck Momo. In addition, Campbell earned the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award for the fourth-straight year (2018-19).


Jacquel was named third-team All-America by the United Soccer Coaches and Mensah was chosen freshman All-American by TopDrawerSoccer.com. Betz and Rees joined Jacquel and Mensah on the All-South region teams.


Fonder’s fourth Camel team in 2018 did not allow a goal in three Big South tournament matches and claimed its first NCAA berth since 2007 when Campbell knocked off defending champ Presbyterian in overtime on the road. Along the way, the Camels drew at top-seeded and 13th-ranked High Point in the league semifinals and advanced to the championship match on penalties.


The 2018 Camels led the Big South in goals, assists, points and shutouts, while ranking second in goals-against average. Seven Camels were named to the Big South all-conference teams, while Gideon Betz earned league tournament MVP and CoSIDA Academic All-America first-team honors. JJ Donnelly was named all-region for the second-straight year.


Campbell finished third in the Big South standings in 2017 – Fonder’s third season at the helm – and produced a second winning record in three years.


All-South region forward JJ Donnelly ranked among the nation’s top 15 goal scorers (13) in his first year in the program and was a first-team all-conference selection along with Betz. Alemu Mercer-Miko was honored as the Big South freshman of the year and was a second-team all-conference choice with senior keeper Matthew Mozynski.


Gabe Parrish was an honorable mention all-league performer, while Humberto Chaves joined Mercer-Miko on the Big South all-freshman team. Sixteen Camels were named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll.


Five Camels earned All-Big South recognition in 2016 headlined by first team honorees Edward Fulwood and Daniel Mukuna. Gideon Betz was named to the all-freshman team and picked up a honorable mention nod along with Pepe Rangel. Matthew Mozynski was named to the Big South all-academic team for the second-straight season.


Fonder made an immediate impact in his first season at the helm in 2015. Coming off a five-win campaign in 2014, the Camels doubled their win total with a 10-9 overall record and claimed the program's first winning season since 2012.


Fonder mentored sophomore Bradley Farias, who earned Big South Attacking Player of the Year honors. Farias was the eighth Campbell player to claim the conference's top award and the first since 2009 after ranking third among all NCAA Division I players with 15 goals. In addition, Josh Signey and Daniel Mukuna were named to the All-Big South second team and All-Freshman squad.


Fonder took over the Fighting Camel program after guiding High Point University to school records for Big South and overall wins over eight seasons.


Twice named Big South Conference Coach of the Year, Fonder led the Panthers to a 39-19-10 (.647) record in league play and a 78-63-18 overall (.547) in eight seasons. His team won the 2010 Big South regular season title with an 8-0-0 record and has earned the school’s first men’s soccer Division I national ranking.


Under Fonder’s guidance, High Point earned national rankings, produced three Major League Soccer draft picks and its recruiting classes were consistently rated among the nation’s best.


After taking over the High Point program in 2007, Fonder’s teams did not suffered a losing campaign since that first year. His 2009 squad finished second in the Big South standings before claiming the regular season title and a tourney runner-up finish one year later. Over his eight seasons at HPU, 38 High Point players have been recognized on the Big South all-conference teams.


Fonder recruited and coached three Panthers who earned Big South freshman of the year honors -- Shawn Sloan (2009), Adam Sewell (2010), Kody Palmer (2012) – plus the 2010 Big South player of the year Karo Okiomah.


During Fonder’s tenure, three High Point players were chosen in the MLS draft – Scott Rojo (2011), Okiomah (2012) and Sloan (2013). Okiomah also became the first player to earn NSCAA All-American honors in HPU’s Division I history.


Furthermore, High Point earned five-consecutive NSCAA Team Academic Awards through 2014. Sloan was a two-time Academic All-America selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).


His 2010 squad ranked fourth in the nation in scoring and eighth in won-lost percentage (16-4-1), spurring a run of three-straight seasons in which High Point led the Big South in total attendance. High Point’s 2011, 2012 and 2013 recruiting classes were ranked among the nation’s best.


From 2003-2006, Fonder served as assistant coach at Elon University where he helped the program improve from an RPI of 164 in 2004 to the school’s first men’s soccer national ranking in 2006.


Before accepting the position at Elon, Fonder was an assistant men’s and women’s soccer coach at his alma mater, Roanoke College, from 1998-2002. While at Roanoke, Fonder helped lead the Maroons to three Old Dominion Athletic Conference titles and NCAA Division III tournament berths. He recruited and coached 30 All-ODAC performers, three ODAC rookies of the year and two ODAC players of the year.


Fonder holds the USSF “A” license, has extensive involvement in coaching at the club level. He served as director of coaching for the Burlington Soccer Club from 2003-06 before assuming responsibilities as technical director of the Piedmont Triad Football Club in 2007. He has also served as a head coach of the North Carolina Olympic Development Program.


He graduated from Roanoke College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and physical education. Fonder was named the 1993 NCAA Division III player of the year before going on to a professional career in the USISL and NPSL from 1995-99.


A 2006 Roanoke College Hall of Fame inductee, Fonder also played for the men’s basketball team and still holds the school career record for assists.


Fonder and his wife, Kim, are parents of daughter, Dakota, and son, Declan.

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Alistair Moore

Alistair Moore enters his fifth season as assistant coach with the Fighting Camels in 2023.


During his first four seasons, the Camels claimed five Big South trophies (2019 regular season and tournament, 2021 regular season and tournament, 2023 regular season) and made two NCAA postseason appearances. With Moore on staff, Campbell has compiled a 51-13-11 overall record and 27-2-3 mark in Big South regular season competition.


In 2022, Campbell finished 11-4-5 overall and won the Big South regular season title, the program's third in last four years, behind a 6-1-1 conference record. The Camels, who advanced to the Big South final for the third time in four seasons as well, finished 12th in the nation with 48 assists, 13th averaging 2.40 assists and 6.75 corner kicks per game, and 14th with 132 total points.


Nine members of the 2022 team earned all-conference honors, highlighted by Tyler Young repeating as Big South Offensive Player of the Year and Moses Mensah selected as the conference's Defensive Player of the Year. Joining Young and Mensah on the first team included Jalen James, Kemy Amiche, Kyoji Hata and Diego Konincks while Daniel Hernandez and Tiago Lopes earned second team honors and Adrien Gameiro selected to the all-freshman team.


Three Camels, Moses Mensah, Kemy Amiche and Tyler Young, earned All-South region honors. Mensah became the first four-time all-region choice in Campbell history after earning first team honors for the second-straight year. Amiche was named second-team All-South for the second-straight season while Young earned All-South honors overall for the second-consecutive season.


The program had two selected in the MLS SuperDraft following the season as Tyler Young went 36th overall to Atlanta United and Moses Mensah 74th overall to Real Salt Lake. Young became the highest drafted player in program history. Additionally, Kemy Amiche signed with Nashville SC of the MLS and Jalen James signed a professional contract with Lexington SC of USL One.


The 2021 squad won the Big South double for the second time in three years and made the program’s third NCAA College Cup appearance in the last four seasons. The Camels were one of just 13 schools nationally to finish with at least 15 wins (15-4-2) and ranked second in the nation in scoring (2.68 goals per game), assists and points, while finishing fourth in goal differential (+34). Campbell produced the program’s second-most wins in a year (the 2019 squad won 17 games) in the last 28 seasons and finished eighth in the final South Region poll.


Tyler Young was named Big South Conference offensive player of the year and Bissafi Dotte was chosen as defensive player of the year. Moses Mensah, Kemy Amiche and Young were named to the All-South region teams, while Amiche was chosen as freshman All-America by two outlets.


Eight Camels were named to the Big South all-conference teams. Amiche, George Bediko, Diego Konincks and Mensah joined Dotte and Young on the first team. Franck Momo and Jake Morris were named 2nd-team all-league.


He has coached a freshman All-American in each of his first three years on the Camel staff.


While navigating the COVID-19 delayed and shortened 2020-21 schedule, Moore helped lead the Camels to a Big South regular season runner-up finish (8-2-2, 6-1-1). The Camels ended the 2020-21 campaign ranked fifth nationally in points (7.75) and goals (2.58) per game, while rating seventh in assists (2.58) and 19th in won-lost percentage (.750).

Campbell outscored its opponents 31-10 and allowed only five goals in league regular season play.


A dozen Camels were named to the Big South all-conference teams, led by defensive player of the year Franck Momo and freshman of the year Sami Charaf Amal. Momo and Amal were joined on the All-South teams by Jalen James and Mensah.


Amal was named to the Freshman Best XI second team by Top Drawer Soccer. Alex Egeonu was chosen to the Academic All-District 3 team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).


Moore played a vital role in 2019 when he and his co-workers were named the South Region Staff of the Year by the United Soccer Coaches. Campbell posted a 17-3-2 overall mark and a perfect 8-0 record in Big South play while capturing the 2020 league regular season and tournament titles. Campbell won its two Big South tournament matches by a combined 7-1 score, including a 4-1 victory over second-seeded High Point in the final.


The 24th-ranked Camels earned the program’s first NCAA postseason victory on Nov. 21 in a 3-1 triumph at No.-15 James Madison before falling 2-0 three days later at top-ranked Virginia in the second round.


Campbell ranked eighth nationally in won-lost-tied percentage (.818), third in scoring offense (2.68 goals per game) and 13th in team goals-against average (0.752).


The 2019 Camels matched school records for wins (17), unbeaten streak (15) and conference regular season victories, while breaking marks for home victories (10) and shutouts (10).


Campbell swept the 2019 Big South Conference Coach (Fonder), Attacking Player (Thibaut Jacquel), Defensive Player (Gideon Betz), Freshman (Mensah) and Scholar-Athlete (Betz) of the year awards. Betz and Ian Rees were named to the Academic All-District 3 team, while Betz earned Academic All-America® honors for the second-straight year. Jacquel, Betz, Rees and Mensah were named All-South, while Jacquel was selected All-American and Mensah earned freshman All-America honors.


Moore joined the Fighting Camel program in 2019 after spending the previous four seasons as assistant coach at Roanoke College.


A native of Blacksburg, Va., Moore was involved in all aspects of the Maroon’s program, including recruiting, player development, scouting, academic coordination and alumni relations. He was also involved extensively in the Roanoke College Soccer Camps. In addition, he was a staff coach for the VBR Star Soccer Club.


During his time at Roanoke, Moore helped recruit and coach 17 players who earned all-conference honors, three all-region performers and a league rookie of the year award winner.


A 2009 All-American at Blacksburg High School, Moore began his collegiate career at Virginia Tech before transferring to Emory, where he earned a starting position and helped lead his team to a UAA conference title and NCAA Division III tournament berth in 2012.


Moore holds a USSF National “D” coaching license and is also a certified USA Weightlifting strength and conditioning coach.

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Wayne Hall

Wayne Hall enters his fourth season on the Fighting Camel staff in 2023. Over his first three years with the program, Hall has helped lead Campbell to a 34-10-9 (.726) overall record, a 19-2-3 (.854) conference mark, the 2021 Big South regular season and tournament titles and the 2022 Big South regular season crown.


In 2022, Campbell finished 11-4-5 overall and won the Big South regular season title, the program's third in last four years, behind a 6-1-1 conference record. The Camels, who advanced to the Big South final for the third time in four seasons as well, finished 12th in the nation with 48 assists, 13th averaging 2.40 assists and 6.75 corner kicks per game, and 14th with 132 total points.


Nine members of the 2022 team earned all-conference honors, highlighted by Tyler Young repeating as Big South Offensive Player of the Year and Moses Mensah selected as the conference's Defensive Player of the Year. Joining Young and Mensah on the first team included Jalen James, Kemy Amiche, Kyoji Hata and Diego Konincks while Daniel Hernandez and Tiago Lopes earned second team honors and Adrien Gameiro selected to the all-freshman team.


Three Camels, Moses Mensah, Kemy Amiche and Tyler Young, earned All-South region honors. Mensah became the first four-time all-region choice in Campbell history after earning first team honors for the second-straight year. Amiche was named second-team All-South for the second-straight season while Young earned All-South honors overall for the second-consecutive season.


The program had two selected in the MLS SuperDraft following the season as Tyler Young went 36th overall to Atlanta United and Moses Mensah 74th overall to Real Salt Lake. Young became the highest drafted player in program history. Additionally, Kemy Amiche signed with Nashville SC of the MLS and Jalen James signed a professional contract with Lexington SC of USL One.


The 2021 Campbell squad won the Big South double for the second time in three years and made the program’s third NCAA College Cup appearance in the last four seasons. The Camels were one of just 13 schools nationally to finish with at least 15 wins (15-4-2) and ranked second in the nation in scoring (2.68 goals per game), assists and points, while finishing fourth in goal differential (+34). Campbell produced the program’s second-most wins in a year (the 2019 squad won 17 games) in the last 28 seasons and finished eighth in the final South Region poll.


Tyler Young was named Big South Conference offensive player of the year and Bissafi Dotte was chosen as defensive player of the year. Moses Mensah, Kemy Amiche and Young were named to the All-South region teams, while Amiche was chosen as freshman All-America by two outlets.


Eight Camels were named to the Big South all-conference teams. Amiche, George Bediko, Diego Konincks and Mensah joined Dotte and Young on the first team. Franck Momo and Jake Morris were named 2nd-team all-league.


Hall has coached a freshman All-American in each of his first two seasons at Campbell.


While navigating the COVID-19 delayed and shortened 2020-21 schedule, Hall helped lead the Camels to a Big South regular season runner-up finish (8-2-2, 6-1-1). The Camels ended the 2020-21 campaign ranked fifth nationally in points (7.75) and goals (2.58) per game, while rating seventh in assists (2.58) and 19th in won-lost percentage (.750).


Campbell outscored its opponents 31-10 and allowed only five goals in league regular season play.


A dozen Camels were named to the Big South all-conference teams, led by defensive player of the year Franck Momo and freshman of the year Sami Charaf Amal. Momo and Amal were joined on the All-South teams by Jalen James and Moses Mensah.


Amal was named to the Freshman Best XI second team by Top Drawer Soccer. Alex Egeonu was chosen to the Academic All-District 3 team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).


A native of Darlington, England, Hall joined the Fighting Camel program in April 2020 after serving as assistant coach at Tyler (Texas) Junior College for six seasons. During his time at Tyler, he helped lead his teams to three NJCAA national championships (2014, 2016, 2017) as well as a runner-up finish in 2015.


During a two-year playing career at Tyler, Hall earned all-region honors both seasons and was named All-American in 2012 when he led his club to the national title.He transferred to South Florida before graduating from the University of Texas at Tyler.

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