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2000 Lightning

Lance Moore

Playing career:
Played for Lakeway 2001-2006. Graduated from Morristown West 2006. Graduated from Tusculum College with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration May 2010. Played soccer at Tusculum 2007-2009.
Tusculum Career:
Was named Academic All District 2007 & 2008.
All Conference and All Region 2008
South Atlantic Conference All Tournament 1st Team 2008
South Atlantic Conference Tournament MVP 2008
NSCAA and Daktronics All American 2008
Currently holds the Tusculum College single season records for shutouts in a season (12) and minutes played in a season (2198). 12 shutouts in a season is also currently the South Antlantic Conference record.
Currently holds the Tusculum College career records for shutouts in a career (21) and goals against average (1.27). 
Coaching Career:
Coached at the Ralph Lundy Soccer Academy 2007-2009.
Coached with Lakeway Soccer Club since Fall 2010.
Teams Coached:
Lakeway Tribe
Lakeway Lady Legacy
Lakeway Chivas/Legacy
Lakeway Lightning 

2000/2001 Lady Legacy

Julianne Herrity

Carson-Newman head Women's soccer coach Simon Duffy announced the addition of Julianne Herrity to the coaching staff as a graduate assistant in August of 2017. Herrity makes the move from the pitch to the sideline after two stellar seasons with the Lady Eagles, leading the team to a South Atlantic Conference Championship in both the regular season and postseason in back-to-back years. The forward from Donegal, Ireland compiled 43 points in 22 games during her senior season, tallying 18 goals and adding seven helpers en route to being named to the 2016 All-SAC first-team, NSCAA All-Southeast Region first-team, D2CCA All-Southeast first-team, and to NCAA Division II Academic All-District 3. Herrity was also named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week twice during the season. As a junior, Herrity appeared and started in 20 matches scoring 16 goals to go along with four assists. Seven of those 16 were game winning goals, which ranked seventh in the nation and also tied a school record. Following that same season, she was named SAC Player of the Year, first-team All-SAC, Consensus first-team All-Southeast Region by the NSCAA and D2CCA, and third-team NSCAA All-American. In just two seasons, Herrity makes an appearance on multiple categories in the Carson-Newman Individual Career Records list hitting the top three in points per game, goals per game, and game winning goals.

2005 Scorpions boys

Joe Boyd
Joe Boyd

2018: Redshirt

2017: Started in two of his three appearance in front of the net... Earned a combined shutout in a 5-0 victory over Newberry on Sept. 16... Posted nine saves with four goals allowed for a .692 save percentage... Grabbed a season-high five saves in a 2-2 draw against Tusculum on Oct. 18.

2016: All-SAC Honorable Mention

2016: Played in C-N's first 15 games before an injury forced him to miss the last two contests...Earned three clean sheets, shutting out Flagler, Newberry and King (Tenn.)...Ended the year in the top five in the South Atlantic Conference in saves, save percentage, goals against and goals-against average...His 20 goals against and .775 save percentage place him fourth in conference...Boyd posted 69 saves and a goals-against average of 1.35, both fifth in the SAC...Collected a season-high 10 saves in C-N's upset victory over seventh-ranked Tusculum on Oct. 19th.

High School: Played for Nottingham Forest F.C for 7 years, which allowed him to receive a scholarship to play for the under 18's team and the reserve to the first team squad. Was a team captain...Led squad to League Title during four years at Carlton Le Willows...Received the Forest Vase for his efforts in 2013...Also ran track, played basketball and cricket.

Current Lakeway Goalkeeper Coach 
English FA level 2 coaching license

2005 Scorpions boys

Luke Greer

2017: Luke Greer had one of the best season in men's cross country history. The Junior won the Tusculum Open, Asheville Cross Country Invitational and the Allen and Phyllis Morgan Invitational-Battle at Mossy Creek. Greer also finished in the top-five in the South Atlantic Conference Meet and the Southeast Regional Meet. The United Kingdom native was also the first men's cross country runner since 2005 to race in the D-II National Cross Country Championships, Greer finished in 42nd place. Greer was named All-SAC First team and All-Region in his junior season, he also collected a SAC runner of the week honor. 

Tusculum Open: 1st - 15:38.0

Asheville Cross Country Invitational: 1st - 20:15.91

Allen and Phyllis Morgan Invitational: 1st - 15:10.0

SAC Championships: 2nd - 24:39.21

Southeast Regionals: 4th - 31:35.44

D-II National Championships: 42nd - 32:00.0 


2016: After missing the first meet of the season, Greer stormed onto the scene to lead the Eagles in two of the remaining four meets on the year… The duel-sport athlete’s best finish on the year came at the Maryville College Invitational after completing the eight-kilometer run in fourth-place with a time of 30:15.27…

Maryville College Invitational: 4th- 30:15.27

Royals Challenge: 82nd- 26:16.3

SAC Championships:  19th- 27:25.0

Southeast Regionals: 49th- 32:44.65

2015: Made his first career appearance against Queens in the SAC Men's Soccer Championships where he participated in the shootout... Made two saves in the shootout.

2014: Redshirted

High School: Attended the Northampton School for Boys where he played soccer, table tennis and cross country competitively.

Current Lakeway Goalkeeper Coach


Greg Evans
Greg Evans

  • 2018 All-SAC Second Team

2018: Started in all 17 matches... Recorded his first career goal on Oct. 10 against No. 10 Lander... Landed five of his nine shot attempts on frame... One of two Eagles to play in all 1,590 minutes of action.

2017: Was a part of the starting IX for 14 of his 15 games played... Accounted for an assist in a 4-0 victory over Alabama Huntsville on Sept. 26... Registered one shot on the year. 

2016: Played in four games and registered 52 minutes of playing time before suffering an injury.

High School: Was a member of the U19 North Wales Developmental League.


Evan Harr
Evan Harr

2018: Made the starting IX in 13 of his 14 appearances... Notched one assist... Recorded two shots.

2017: Started in 10 of his 15 contests... Accounted for one assist... One of the eight shots he sent fell on goal.

2016: Made 15 appearances in C-N's starting lineup... Booted in a pair of goals...Registered his first collegiate score on Oct. 5th against King (Tenn.)... Added a second goal against Brevard on Oct. 22nd...Ended 2016 with 14 shots, putting four on goal.

High School: Earned numerous accolades during four years at Virginia High School...Scored 47 goals during VHS career...Named First-Team All-Conference and First-Team All-Region three straight years ('13,'14,'15) and made Second-Team All-State in 2014...Named Offensive Player of the Year and Team MVP in 2014 and 2015...Led team in goals in 2014 and 2015 and in assists in 2013 and 2014...Played club soccer with FC Dallas TRI and made the state league tournament every year from 2012-15...Also was the kicker and punter on the football team for two years.



Tobias Solem Karlsen
Tobias Solem Karlsen

  • SAC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 25, 2018)
  • Tennessee Sportswriters Association Player of the Week (Sept. 25, 2018)
  • 2018 All-SAC First Team
  • 2018 D2CCA All-Region Second Team
  • SAC Player of the Week (Sept. 11, 2017)
  • SAC Player of the Week (Oct. 9, 2017)
  • Tennessee Sports Writers Association Men's Soccer Player of the Week (Oct. 10, 2017)
  • 2017 All-SAC First Team

2018: Made 15 starts in 17 appearances... Led the team with 10 goals and 22 points... His five game-winning goals tied the second-best mark for a single season in program history that he also set a year ago... Led the SAC for game-winners and was 10th in the nation... Held the most shots on goal for C-N with 27 while leading the conference in shots with 67 attempts... Sat in the top-five of the SAC for goals and points... Recorded three multiple-goal outings including a hat trick against Coker, giving him three hat tricks in his career.

2017: Started in 13 of 14 games before missing the remainder of the season with an injury... Scored a team-high 11 goals, tying with senior Tom Read... Netted a team-high five game-winners, the second-most in the South Atlantic Conference and 16th-most nationally, for the second-most in an individual season in program history... Scored a pair of hat tricks this season, the first coming on Sept. 9 against Clayton State and then almost a month later against Lincoln Memorial, making him the first Eagle to score multiple hat tricks in a season... Accounted for 45 shots as landed on goal. 

2016: Played in 12 games, starting eight...Knocked across his first career goal against Flagler on Sept. 10th...Logged seven shots, putting four on frame.

High School: Scored 10 goals and added 9 assists during his career with his high school team...Helped lead his school to a title in the Norwegian 4th division in 2014, after which they were promoted to the 3rd division...Spent three years playing U19 soccer and totaled 21 goals, including 12 during 2015...Also piled up 17 assists.


Mitchell Gutteridge
Mitchell Gutteridge

2018: Part of the starting IX in six of his eight matches played... Scored a goal in the 3-0 season-opening win over Clayton State on Sept. 1... Attempted three shots on the year with one landing on frame.

High School: Played for numerous clubs including Reading FC academy ages U9 - U16, Vision Pro Sports Institute In Spain and Portugal ages U16-U18 and England Cs 2013/2014


Holly Talbut-Smith
Holly Talbut-Smith

2018: Preseason First-team All-SAC... Five goals and six assists in 20 games played.

2017: Fighting through an injury-plagued season, Talbut-Smith put together another impressive season for the Eagles racking up six goals and 10 assists on the year, third on the team in points with 22. She started 21 in the 22 games of which she played, missing just one on the 23-game schedule which included a trip to the National Championship. In back-to-back years, the Crawley, England native collected first-team All-SAC honors and Academic All-District honors. For the first time in her career, the junior cracked a spot on All-Southeast Region squad, making the third-team

2016: Played in all 22 games, making 21 starts...Completed the season third on the team in goals with eight..Also racked up nine assists, the third most in the South Atlantic Conference and tied for 28th nationally...Her 25 points were tied for fifth most in the SAC...Opened the season with scores in four of C-N's first five matches...Compiled 16 points in her team's first eight games...Netted the game-winning goal in the SAC Tournament final against Wingate on Nov. 6th, one of four game-winners she was credited within 2016...Also got on the scoresheet against Trevecca Nazerene, Lees-McRae, Francis Marion, USC-Aiken, Mars Hill, King (Tenn.) and Catawba...Assisted on a pair of goals against Francis Marion on Sept. 10th...Added assists against Trevecca, Aiken, Newberry, Queens (N.C.), Anderson (S.C.), Catawba and Tusculum...Had four games in which she collected a goal and at least one assist.

  • 2016 First team All-SAC
  • 2016 D2CCA Second team All-Southeast Region
  • 2016 NCAA Division II Academic All-District 3

2015: Tallied three goals and four assists in 21 appearances a freshman... Ranked fourth on the team with 10 points and 29 shots... Scored the game-winning goal in the 86th-minute against Trevecca Nazarene in her first career match... Scored the game-winning goal against Armstrong State in the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship second round... Tallied a career-high three points with a goal and an assist against Lenoir-Rhyne... Assisted on goals against Alabama-Huntsville, Mars Hill and Queens... Tallied a career-high six shots against Alabama-Huntsville.

High School: Spent time in the Women’s Premier League Southern Division and played for Brighton and Hove Albion... Recorded two goals and 11 assists in 10 games


Magda Mosengo
Magda Mosengo

2017: Mosengo went on a torrent pace to end her junior campaign starting in 22 of the 23 games on the year recording 17 goals (second on the team to Lauren Wade's 18), 13 assists (tied for the team lead with Wade) and 47 points total (two shy of Wade's team-leading 49). The London, England native scored eight goals during the five NCAA Tournament matches to become C-N's all-time leading scorer in the postseason, something she accomplished after scoring just one goal in 2016. Three of those eight came in a 6-0 drubbing of Columbus State in the NCAA Region Final. She helped the team collect its third-straight SAC Championship with three assists in the title game. Mosengo was a second-team All-SAC selection for the first time in her career and earned SAC All-Tournament Team honors for the second-straight season. She recorded seven game-winning goals on the season which tied for a team lead with Wade once again, with a memorable rocket of a shot in extra time against Tusculum to send the team to a SAC Final. She was named to the NCAA D2 Women's Soccer Championship All-Tournament Team.

2016: Entered 13 games as a substitute...Found the back of the net three times...Picked up her first collegiate goal against Mars Hill on Sept. 21st...Got on the scoresheet against Anderson (S.C.) in the SAC Tournament semifinals...Converted a chance against North Georgia in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 13th...Was a member of the All-SAC Tournament team...Took 25 shots with 12 on target.

St. Leo University (Fla.), 2015: Played in 15 games with 12 starts...notched a goal and an assist.

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