Students ‘Fill the Hill’ at men’s soccer game

On Tuesday night, September 29th, men’s soccer suffered a devastating 0-4 loss against Clemson. However, throughout the game, they were supported by a large community of students in an attempt to “Fill the Hill” with specific shirt colors representing their student class. Seniors in black, juniors in red, sophomores in grey and freshmen in white.

After the game, everyone gathered around as Neil Payne, Associate Minister to the University for Student Ministries, led the students and athletes in a prayer over the team and athletics as a whole.

Below are some of the photos from the game by staff photographer Megan Hartman. To view all of the photos from the game, click here.

Hunter Frey, 15, battles Campbell's Travis Gonzalez, 3, as they run toward the ball.

Hunter Frey, 15, battles Clemson’s Travis Gonzalez, 3, as they run toward the ball.

Sophomore goalie William Liles, 31, kicks the ball in.

Sophomore goalie William Liles, 31, kicks the ball in.

A student waves the Gardner-Webb flag in support of the team.

A student waves the Gardner-Webb flag in support of the team.

Neil Payne, leads the group in prayer after the game.

Neil Payne, Associate Minister to the University for Student Ministries, leads the group in prayer after the game.

Students bow their heads in prayer over the team and all athletics after the game.

Students bow their heads in prayer over the team and all athletics after the game.

2 Comments on "Students ‘Fill the Hill’ at men’s soccer game"

  1. We played Clemson…

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