Carl Yoder was F&M's first All-American in soccer. He earned the honor as a standout right winger on the College's NCAA national championship team in 1952. He shared an F&M record of most goals scored in a game--four. He did that twice, once, in 1951, against Gettysburg, and again, in 1952, against McDaniel. He was also a talented athlete in basketball and track. In basketball, he started half the games in his freshman year and all the games as a sophomore as a guard under Coach Woody Sponaugle. He won letters in track as a sprinter and relay man for Coach Tom Floyd. He left F&M at the end of his sophomore year. He later completed his degree requirements at Goshen College in Indiana. He still lives in Goshen where he is a doctor with the Middlebury (Ind.) Family Physician Practice. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Medicine.