Wardlaw enters his fourth season as the Cowboy's men's soccer coach. He has led HSU to three ASC titles and led the team to the NCAA Tournament the past two seasons. Last season the Cowboys had a 15-6-1 record and won their fourth straight ASC title. Wardlaw has posted a 43-15-1 mark in his three seasons with the Cowboys. He also coached the first two first-team All-Americans in HSU history in Brent Camp and Trevor Harrison in 2000. He was also named ASC West Coach of the Year in 2000. A 1995 graduate of Olivet Nazarene University, Wardlaw spent two years as an assistant soccer coach at the Kankakee, Ill., school before starting his postgraduate work at Cumberland, where he worked three seasons as assistant coach and goalkeeper trainer. In that time, he helped the Indians to a 46-20-3 record. Wardlaw, 30, completed his Master's Degree in Biology Education at Cumberland College. During his tenure at CC, the NAIA school won a pair of Mid-South Conference titles and made the National Christian College Athletic Association tournament. He was named all-conference and NSCAA all-district. Besides his collegiate experience, Wardlaw also has experience in the Olympic Development Program, where he served as the Kentucky ODP Director of Goalkeeping. He also founded the Attack the Skills Soccer Camp in May 1996 and has directed successful camps throughout the Midwest. Wardlaw holds an Advanced National Coaching Diploma through the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The son of missionaries in Africa, Wardlaw grew up in Swaziland, a small, Third World country landlocked between South Africa and Mozambique. Through his experiences there, he has learned not to assume even the simple things. Wardlaw is married to the former Tina Blue, a former standout soccer player at Cumberland.They have a daughter, Maleah Grace, who was born on March 6.