List of college men's soccer coaches with 400 wins

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This is a list of college men's soccer coaches with 400 wins. Jay Martin, head coach at Ohio Wesleyan, is the all-time leader in wins with a record of 683–134–66.[1][2]

College men's soccer coaches with 400 wins[edit]

Key[edit]

* Active coach in 2016
400 wins with a Division I program (or historic equivalent)

Coaches[edit]

Unless otherwise noted, statistics are correct through the end of the 2016 season.
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams
1* Jay Martin 40 683 134 66 .811 Ohio Wesleyan 1977–present
2* Tony Tocco 46 680 186 70 .764 Rockhurst 1970–1973, 1975–present
3 Joe Bean 45 607 185 61 .747 Quinnipiac 1962–1964; Bridgeport 1965–68; Wheaton (IL) 1969–2006
4 C. Clifford McCrath 49 597 233 95 .697 Wheaton (IL) 1958, Gordon 1960–66, Spring Arbor 1967–1969, Seattle Pacific 1970–2007
5 Ron Butcher 46 596 263 72 .679 Wisconsin-Platteville 1968–69, Keene St. 1970–2014
6 Horst Richardson 49 566 304 72 .639 Colorado College 1966–2014
7 Dan Gilmore 38 559 184 59 .734 Rowan 1976–2013
8 Jerry Yeagley 31 544 101 45 .821 Indiana 1973–2003
9 Stephen Negoesco 39 540 172 66 .737 San Francisco 1962–2000
10* Mike Coven 44 526 266 57 .653 Brandeis 1973–present
11 Jack Mackenzie 43 516 258 76 .652 Quincy 1969–2012
11* Arthur "Skip" Roderick 34 516 144 60 .758 Elizabethtown 1983–present
13* Bud Lewis 42 498 270 56 .638 Wilmington (OH) 1975–present
14* Mark Berson 40 494 231 71 .665 Citadel 1977, South Carolina 1978–present
14 Michael Parker 34 494 192 33 .710 Lock Haven 1976–1983, UNC Greensboro 1984–2009
16* Schellas Hyndman 33 480 141 52 .752 Eastern Illinois 1977–1983, SMU 1984–2007, Grand Canyon 2015-16
17 Tom Martin 38 478 199 68 .687 Trine 1977, West Va. Wesleyan 1978–85, James Madison 1986–2014
18 Tony Ochrimenko 38 468 248 56 .642 Kean 1976–2013
19* Chris Waterbury 35 464 162 65 .719 New England Col. 1982, Lyndon St. 1983–84, Plattsburgh St. 1985–87, 1989–present
20* Paul McGinlay 26 458 73 30 .843 Trinity (TX) 1991–present
21* Bob Warming 39 456 230 80 .648 Transylvania 1976, Berry 1977–81, Charlotte 1982–88, Creighton 1990–94, Old Dominion 1996, Saint Louis 1997–2000, Creighton 2001–2009, Penn State 2010–present
22 John Rennie 36 454 207 48 .674 Mass.-Dartmouth 1972, Columbia 1973–78, Duke 1979–2007
23* Bob Gray 40 445 268 60 .614 Charleston Southern 1977, Alderson-Broaddus 1978–91, Mobile 1992–94, Marshall 1995–present
24* Ralph Lundy 41 438 320 58 .572 Erskine 1976–1986, College of Charleston 1987–present
24 Michael Russo 36 438 116 60 .762 Williams 1979–2014
26* Frank Kohlenstein 34 436 197 61 .672 S.C. Upstate 1981–1988, Charlotte 1989–1994, Colorado Mines 1998–present
27* Joe Clarke 34 432 177 76 .686 Saint Louis 1983–96, Washington (MO) 1997–present
27 Roy Gordon 41 432 253 53 .621 Maine-Farmington 1970–1976, Mary Washington 1977–2010
29 Doug Mello[3] 36 430 251 46 .623 Aquinas 1978–1982, Siena Heights 1983–1988, Southwest (NM) 1989, Luther 1990–2007, Hendrix 2008–2014
30 Rick Kilps 34 429 174 50 .695 Aurora 1977–1983, Wisconsin-Parkside 1984–2010
31* Ray Reid 28 425 116 71 .752 Southern Ct. St. 1989–1996, Connecticut 1997–present
32 Jerry Sheska 29 424 156 32 .719 East Stroudsburg 1982–2010
33 Joseph Morrone 38 417 196 63 .663 Middlebury 1958–1967, Connecticut 1969–1996
34 Helmut Werner 43 417 242 66 .621 Randolph-Macon 1962–2004
35* Sonny Travis 31 416 139 51 .729 Centre (1986-88), Va. Wesleyan 1989-2006, Emory 2007-present
36* Gerry DiBartolo 34 412 180 60 .678 Salisbury 1982-2015
37 Fred Schmalz 33 403 196 56 .658 Wyoming 1969–70, Davis & Elkins 1972–78, Evansville 1979–2002
38 Al Albert 33 401 187 64 .664 William & Mary 1971–2003

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Soccer: Men's Coaching Records" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved August 31, 2015. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved August 31, 2015. 
  3. ^ Mello also ranks among the all-time wins leaders in college women's soccer.