West Virginia Mountaineers men's soccer

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West Virginia Mountaineers
men's soccer
West Virginia Mountaineers logo.svg
Founded 1961
University West Virginia University
Head coach Marlon LeBlanc (12th season)
Conference MAC
Location Morgantown, WV
Stadium Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium
(Capacity: 1,600)
Nickname Mountaineers
Colors Gold and Blue
         
Home
Away
NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals
1981
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
1966, 1981, 2007
NCAA Tournament appearances
1966, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1981, 1992, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011
Conference Tournament championships
1966, 1967, 1992
Conference Regular Season championships
2006

The West Virginia Mountaineers men's soccer team is the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I soccer team of West Virginia University (WVU).[1] Since the 2012 season, the team has been an affiliate member of the Mid-American Conference because the school's primary conference, the Big 12 Conference, does not sponsor men's soccer.[2]

Coaching staff[edit]

Source: [3]

  • Head coach – Marlon LeBlanc (12th season)
  • Assistant – Scott Bowers (4th season)
  • Assistant – Andy Wright (2nd season)
  • Strength Coach – Tanner Kolb (6th season)
  • Athletic Trainer – Simon Gomez

Conference membership[edit]

Source:=[4]

(NOTE: Prior to 1972, there was only one division in NCAA men's soccer. From the inauguration of Division II in 1972, WVU has competed in Division I.)

All-Americans[edit]

Source:=[4]

  • 1967 — Ron McEachen, Defender; NSCAA 1st Team
  • 1967 — Walt Nistorenko, Forward; NSCAA 3rd Team
  • 1968 — Walt Nistorenko, Forward; NSCAA 1st Team
  • 1968 — Pat Sullivan, Defender; NSCAA 1st Team
  • 1981 — Jon Capon, Goalkeeper; NSCAA 1st Team
  • 2006 — Nick Noble, Goalkeeper; NSCAA 1st Team; College Soccer News 2nd Team
  • 2006 — Jarrod Smith, Forward; College Soccer News 1st Team; Soccer America 1st team
  • 2007 — Andy Wright, Midfielder; NSCAA 3rd Team; College Soccer News 2nd Team; Soccer America 2nd team
  • 2010 — Raymon Gaddis, Defender; Top Drawer Soccer 3rd Team
  • 2011 — Eric Schoenle, Defender; NSCAA 3rd Team
  • 2012 — Eric Schoenle, Defender; Top Drawer Soccer 3rd Team

Record by Year[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Jim Markel (Single Division Independent [4]) (1961–1962)
1961 Jim Markel 2–5–3
1962 Jim Markel 8–2–0
Jim Markel: 10–7–3 .575
Sam Maurice (Single Division Independent [4]) (1963–1964)
1963 Sam Maurice 7–3–0
1964 Sam Maurice 8–2–0
Sam Maurice: 15–5–0 .750
Greg Meyers (Single Division Independent [4]) (1965–1966)
1965 Greg Meyers 7–5–1
Greg Meyers (Southern Conference [5]) (1965–1966)
1966 Greg Meyers 13–2–0 Tournament only NCAA 1st round
Greg Meyers: 20–7–1 .732
John Stewart (Southern Conference [5]) (1967–1967)
1967 John Stewart 11–1–0 Tournament only
John Stewart (Single Division Independent [4]) (1968–1968)
1968 John Stewart 8–1–1 NCAA 1st round
John Stewart: 19–2–1 .886
John McGrath (Single Division Independent [4]) (1969–1971)
1969 John McGrath 4–5–1
1970 John McGrath 3–8–0
1971 John McGrath 9–3–0 NCAA 1st round
John McGrath (Division I Independent [4]) (1972–1986)
1972 John McGrath 10–3–0 NCAA 1st round
1973 John McGrath 10–2–3 NCAA 1st round
1974 John McGrath 5–4–4
1975 John McGrath 8–5–1
1976 John McGrath 6–6–1
1977 John McGrath 2–9–2
1978 John McGrath 8–6–1
1979 John McGrath 8–6–2
1980 John McGrath 10–2–3
1981 John McGrath 11–5–0 NCAA Quarterfinals
1982 John McGrath 8–7–2
1983 John McGrath 10–7–1
1984 John McGrath 5–8–4
1985 John McGrath 4–12–3
1986 John McGrath 7–6–3
John McGrath (Atlantic 10 Conference [6]) (1987–1994)
1987 John McGrath 8–8–2 1–1–1 3rd (West)
1988 John McGrath 6–11–1 0–3–0 3rd (West)
1989 John McGrath 9–8–1 1–2–0 3rd (West)
1990 John McGrath 12–5–1 4–3–1 5th
1991 John McGrath 9–8–0 3–4–0 6th
1992 John McGrath 10–7–3 4–3–0 4th NCAA 1st round
1993 John McGrath 5–12–1 3–4–0 t-6th
1994 John McGrath 10–9–1 3–4–0 t-4th
John McGrath (Big East Conference[7]) (1995–1995)
1995 John McGrath 5–9–4 3–5–3 t-8th
John McGrath: 203–181–44 .526 22–29–5
Paul Marco (Big East Conference [7]) (1996–2000)
1996 Paul Marco 7–12–1 3–7–3 11th
1997 Paul Marco 7–13–0 3–8–0 11th
1998 Paul Marco 11–8–1 4–6–1 t-8th
1999 Paul Marco 13–5–1 8–3–1 3rd
2000 Paul Marco 4–13–1 1–9–1 12th
Paul Marco: 42–51–4 .454 19–33–6
Keith Fulk (Big East Conference [7]) (2001–2002)
2001 Keith Fulk 5–11–0 1–9–0 12th
2002 Keith Fulk 4–11–2 1–8–1 13th
Keith Fulk: 9–22–1 .303 2–17–1
Mike Seabolt (Big East Conference [7]) (2003–2005)
2003 Mike Seabolt 5–10–3 1–6–3 13th
2004 Mike Seabolt 12–7–1 5–4–1 t-5th
2005 Mike Seabolt 13–8–2 6–4–1 t-3rd NCAA 2nd round
Mike Seabolt: 30–25–6 .541 12–14–5
Marlon LeBlanc (Big East Conference [7]) (2006–2011)
2006 Marlon LeBlanc 15–3–3 9–0–1 1st (Blue) (+1st seed) NCAA 2nd round
2007 Marlon LeBlanc 14–6–2 7–3–1 3rd (Blue) NCAA Round of 16
2008 Marlon LeBlanc 5–9–5 3–4–4 5th (Blue)
2009 Marlon LeBlanc 7–5–6 6–3–2 3rd (Blue)
2010 Marlon LeBlanc 10–7–2 5–4–0 4th (Blue) NCAA 2nd round
2011 Marlon LeBlanc 11–8–1 6–3–0 2nd (Blue) NCAA 2nd round
Marlon LeBlanc (Mid-American Conference [8]) (2012–Present)
2012 Marlon LeBlanc 9–6–1 4–2–1 t-2nd
2013 Marlon LeBlanc 7–7–5 2–2–2 t-4th
2014 Marlon LeBlanc 11–7–1 3–1–1 2nd
2015 Marlon LeBlanc 6–12–0 2–3–0 4th
2016 Marlon LeBlanc 8–7–1 1–4–0 6th
2017 Marlon LeBlanc
Marlon LeBlanc: 103–77–27 .563 48–29–12
Total: x-y-z

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Sports Sponsorship Division I Men's Soccer". National Collegiate Athletic Association. Retrieved July 5, 2017. 
  2. ^ "MAC Announces 2016 Men's Soccer Coaches' Poll". Mid-American Conference. Retrieved July 1, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Men's Soccer Coaching Staff". West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Retrieved July 5, 2017. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h "Mountaineer Men's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Retrieved July 4, 2017. 
  5. ^ a b "Southern Conference Men’s Soccer Record Book" (PDF). Southern Conference. Retrieved July 4, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Atlantic 10 Conference Men's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). Atlantic 10 Conference. Retrieved July 4, 2017. 
  7. ^ a b c d e "Big East Conference Men's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). Big East Conference. Retrieved July 4, 2017. 
  8. ^ "Mid-American Conference Men’s Soccer Record Book" (PDF). Mid-American Conference. Retrieved July 4, 2017. 

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