Jordan Foley is in his 4th season with Minot State University soccer. Foley assists in all aspects of the soccer program including recruiting and game strategy.
He helped the 2016 team capture the 2016 NSIC Championship going 14-0-1 to earn the school's first-ever NSIC regular season title. MSU tied its team record from the season before with 16 wins, going 16-3-1 overall.
Foley was a part of MSU's record-breaking 2015 season as the team set a new school mark for wins with 16, earning a berth in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Beavers earned their first NCAA DII win during the run in the postseason, topping NSIC rival Winona State in the first round.
He is pursuing his degree at MSU.