List of college women's soccer coaches with 300 wins

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This is a list of college women's soccer coaches with 300 wins. Anson Dorrance of North Carolina is the all-time leader in both wins and winning percentage with a record of 809–67–36 (.907).[1][2]

College women's soccer coaches with 300 wins[edit]

Key[edit]

* Active coach in 2016
Inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame
The list includes coaches with 300 wins regardless of division.
Coaches with 300 wins at a Division I school (or historic equivalents) are designated with the referenced peach shading.

Coaches[edit]

Unless otherwise noted, statistics are correct through the end of the 2016 season.
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Ties Pct. Teams
1* Anson Dorrance 38 809 67 36 .907 North Carolina (1979–present)
2* Len Tsantiris 36 563 192 56 .729 Connecticut (1981–present)
3* Aliceann Wilber 37 536 130 57 .781 William Smith (1980–present)
4* Brian McManus 30 484 88 51 .818 UC San Diego (1987–present)
5* Joe Russo 27 482 62 40 .860 The College of New Jersey (1990–present)
6* Pete Felske 29 473 118 32 .785 Wheaton (IL) (1988–present)
7* Becky Burleigh 27 472 126 38 .772 Berry (1989–1993), Florida (1995–present)
8* Gabe Mejail 37 470 211 57 .675 Wheaton (MA) (1979–1982), Merrimack (1984–present)
9* Jerry Smith 30 450 145 58 .734 Santa Clara (1987–present)
10* G. Guerrieri 26 423 136 33 .742 Hardin-Simmons (1988–1989), Texas A&M (1993–present)
11 Terry Gurnett 34 422 135 66 .730 Rochester (1977–2010)
12* David Lombardo 34 406 247 43 .614 Keene State (1981–1987), James Madison (1990–present)
13* John Daly 30 405 166 55 .691 William & Mary (1987–present)
14 Randy Waldrum 25 400 108 29 .772 Tulsa (1989–1994), Baylor (1996–1998), Notre Dame (1999–2013)
15* Todd Olsen 23 398 88 46 .791 Lynchburg (1994–present)
16* Mark Krikorian 23 393 98 32 .782 Franklin Pierce (1990–1995), Hartford (1996–2000), Florida State (2005–present)
17* Nick Cowell 28 391 120 37 .747 Wooster (1989–1990), Trinity (TX) (1991–1998), Baylor (1999–2002), Sewanee (2003–2005), St. Edward's (2006–present)
18* David Lewis 27 390 106 34 .767 Houghton College (1990-present)
19* Chris Petrucelli 27 383 158 46 .692 Notre Dame (1990–1998), Texas (1999–2011), SMU (2012–present)
20* Nancy Feldman 29 379 153 50 .694 Lake Forest (1988–1989), Plymouth State (1990–1994), Boston University (1995–present)
21* Steve Swanson 27 373 144 51 .702 Dartmouth (1990–1995), Stanford (1996–1999), Virginia (2000–present)
22* Mike Cook 24 368 124 29 .734 Southern Nazarene (1993–1997), Central Oklahoma (1998–present)
23* Denise Lyons 25 367 155 36 .690 Keene State (1992–present)
24 Sheila Miech 25 365 117 31 .742 Wisconsin-Stevens Point (1987–2011)
25* Scott Frey 17 363 20 20 .926 Messiah (2000–present)
26* Peter Albright 36 357 268 56 .565 Johnson State (1981–1995), Richmond (1996–present)
26* Luis Reis 20 357 71 30 .812 Wheaton (MA) (1997–2016), Transylvania (2017–present)
28* Leo Weil 25 357 112 36 .743 Johns Hopkins (1992–present)
29* Jennifer Rockwood 22 355 100 38 .759 BYU (1995–present)
30* Denise Dallamora 37 343 267 68 .556 Brandeis (1980–present)
31* Mike Joy 25 337 146 39 .683 Midway (1992–1996), Tusculum (1997–present)
32* Amy Reifert 26 331 128 47 .701 Chicago (1991–present)
33* Jeff Bailey 21 330 79 28 .787 Franklin Pierce (1996–present)
34 John Leaney 24 327 106 36 .736 UC San Diego (1984–1986), Macalester (1989–2009)
34* Jeff Hooker 25 327 135 43 .690 Denver (1992–present)
36 Phil Pincince 39 324 254 55 .555 Brown (1977–2015)
36* Laurie Darling Gutheil 21 324 94 29 .757 Saint Rose (1996–present)
38* Nikki Izzo-Brown 22 322 108 46 .725 West Virginia Wesleyan (1994), West Virginia (1996–present)
38* Pepe Fernandez 26 322 136 35 .689 Maryville (TN) (1991–present)
40* Jim Tursi 25 321 144 44 .674 Portland (1986–1988), Willamette (1993–2007), Lewis & Clark (2010–present)
40* Tim Alexander 24 321 136 27 .691 Edgewood (1993–present)
42* Mike Cannon 24 320 111 53 .716 Truman (1993–present)
42* Mindy Quigg 23 320 98 50 .737 Ithaca (1994–present)
44* Phil Benne 28 316 185 46 .620 Roanoke (1989–present)
45* John Hedlund 22 314 120 27 .710 North Texas (1995–present)
46* Mike Tucker 22 313 125 33 .700 Dayton (1995–present)
47 Jim Rudy 28 311 160 28 .651 UCF (1981–1987), Massachusetts (1988–2008)
48* Carin Jennings-Gabarra 25 310 151 45 .657 Westmont (1987), Navy (1993–present)
49* John Walker 23 309 146 34 .667 Nebraska (1994–present)
50* Ali Omar 22 308 109 29 .723 Winona State (1995–present)
51* Marcus Wood 17 307 35 26 .870 Hardin-Simmons (2000–present)
52* Paul Ratcliffe 19 306 83 34 .764 Saint Mary's (1998–2002), Stanford (2003–present)
53* Gail Murphy 24 304 136 35 .677 Southwestern (TX) (1993–1996), Denison (1997–present)
54 Randy Hanson 20 303 73 35 .780 Puget Sound (1995–2004, 2006–2015)
55* Markus Roeders 21 302 119 46 .696 Marquette (1996–present)
55* Betty Ann Kempf-Townsley 31 302 236 48 .556 La Salle (1986–1993), Seton Hall (1994–2006), West Chester (2007–present)
57* Sue Patberg 24 300 129 57 .676 Minnesota (1993–1999), Georgia (2000–2004), Emory (2005–present)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Soccer: Women's Soccer Coaching Records Entering 2015" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved June 13, 2017. 
  2. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved June 13, 2017.