Overall: 5-9-1 (4-5, 6th of 10)
TranSouth Tournament: Lost to Mid-Continent 2-0 in first round
TranSouth Champions of Character Team Award: Trevecca
All-TranSouth: Second Team: James Lambley, Calvin da Cunha, Mark Foster, Alex Lorenz
TranSouth Co-Freshman of the Year: James Lambley
TranSouth Scholar Athlete: Josh Forth, Parker Hughes, Caylan Goodman, Mark Foster, Alex Lorenz, Jorge Hellu, Andrew McGovern
Region XI Defensive Player of the Week: James Lambley (Sept. 16), James Lambley (Sept. 2)
TranSouth Player of the Week: Mark Foster (Oct. 21)
TranSouth Defensive Player of the Week: James Lambley (Oct. 21), James Lambley (Sept. 16), James Lambley (Sept. 2)
The Trevecca men's soccer season finished the year with a berth in the TranSouth Tournament. Though the men fell in the first round, they finished number siix of 10 teams in the conference with a 5-9-1 overall record and a 4-5 TranSouth mark. For the second consecutive year, the team earned the TranSouth Champions of Character Team Award.
A highlight of the season was the 1-1 tie at NAIA No. 16 Goshen College to start the season. The team followed that accomplishment with a 2-1 overtime win at Spring Arbor College, Coach Jeff Carr's alma mater. The team finished the regular season with three consecutive wins. The streak started with a 3-0 win over Lyon College. The second win in the streak was a two-overtime win at Cumberland University, Trevecca’s first win over Cumberland since the 2003-2004 team defeated Cumberland 1-0. The team finished the regular season with a 2-0 win over visiting Freed-Hardeman.
The team advanced to the TranSouth Tournament for the fourth time in school history where they fell in a 2-0 loss to Mid-Continent.
James Lambley was selected TranSouth Co-Freshman of the Year after being selected TranSouth Defensive Player of the Week three times and NAIA Region-XI Defensive Player of the Week twice. Mark Foster was named the TranSouth Player of the Week once this season. Lambley and Foster were joined on the TranSouth Second Team by Calvin da Cunha and Alex Lorenz. Foster and Lorenz were named to the TranSouth Scholar-Athlete Team along with Josh Forth, Parker Hughes, Caylan Goodman, Jorge Hellu, and Andrew McGovern.
2007 NAIA Team Rankings
No. 37 in Saves per Game (6.530)
2007 NAIA Individual Rankings
James Lambley ranks No. 26 in Saves per Game (6.430).
James Lambley ranks No. 32 in Goals Against per Game (0.850).
Mark Foster ranks No. 48 in Shots per Game (3.470).