Christian Brothers University

Christian Brothers University Athletics
650 East Parkway South Memphis, TN 38104
Division 2 Tennessee Southeast
Private Small Competitive team


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Kieron Heblich

Kieron Heblich is the all-time winningest coach in CBU women's soccer history, with 129 wins in his 15 seasons at the helm.

Heblich's teams have posted winning records in five of the last six seasons, earning a spot in the NCAA South Region Rankings at least once in four of those seasons.

The Lady Bucs returned to the NCAA South Regional in 2014 for the first time since 2002, going 13-6 with an 8-4 GSC record.

In 2013 they narrowly missed the regional, finishing 13-5-2 and reaching the GSC championship game. They were in the NCAA Regional Rankings to the end of the season, but they narrowly missed the NCAA Tournament.

Heblich has coached 36 All-Gulf South Conference players at CBU as well as 11 Academic All-GSC players.

Heblich was named head coach of the Lady Buccaneer soccer program on May 6, 2005 after serving two years as an assistant coach with both the men's and women's soccer programs at CBU.

He came to CBU after a standout career as a collegiate soccer player at both the junior college and NCAA levels. Heblich played two years at Meridian Community College in Mississippi, where he was an NJCAA All-American, a member of the National Tournament All-Tournament Team, and an All-South Region Selection.

From Meridian, he transferred to Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma where he was a two-time All-Region player. He also earned All-Lone Star Conference and LSC All-Tournament Team honors.

Heblich graduated from Northeastern State in 2000 with a degree in health and human performance and spent one season as an assistant coach with both the Men's and Women's teams at NSU. He earned his masters degree in education from CBU in May of 2005.

A native of Scarborough, England, Heblich spent two years in an apprenticeship with his hometown club.

Heblich, his wife, Caroline, and their three children, Jack, Charlie, and Libby, live in Memphis.

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