Dale Jordan was named Stevens Institute of Technology’s head men’s soccer coach in August of 2016, making him the seventh head coach in the history of the storied program.
During his second year at the helm of the men's soccer program, Jordan led Stevens to and Empire 8 Championship title, along with advancing to the NCAA Northeast Sectional Semifinal. The Ducks finished the season 13-7-2. Junior Daniel Aversano was named Third-Team All-East Region by the United Soccer Coaches.
In his first season with the Ducks, Jordan led the team to an 11-5-2 record, including a 6-1 mark in the Empire 8 conference. Stevens was the No. 1 seed in the Empire 8 Tournament but was eliminated via penalty kicks.
Freshman Daniel Aversano was named both the ECAC and Empire 8 Rookie of the Year, and senior Patrick Masur was named First-Team All-East Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Jordan came to Stevens after a two-year stint as the assistant coach at Hobart College, helping the team to 25 wins and a pair of Liberty League semifinal appearances. Jordan coached 11 all-conference performers during the period including six first teamers.
Prior to Hobart, Jordan spent the previous four seasons combined on the staffs at Rochester Institute of Technology, Monroe Community College and Nazareth College, mentoring several all-conference honorees in addition to the top pick of the Major League Soccer draft.
Jordan originally got his collegiate coaching career start as a graduate assistant at Springfield College from 2007-2009, where he assisted in all facets of the program en route to earning his masters in sports management and coaching.
In addition to his experience in the college ranks, Jordan spent four years as the Director of Coaching/General Manager of the Rochester Futbol Club, a highly successful club for boys and girls. Jordan oversaw the soccer curriculum as well as directed the operations of the program such as scheduling, budget oversight and equipment.
Jordan also worked as the team operations and sponsorship manager for the Rochester Rhinos, and a physical education teacher and coach for St. Mac Daras High School in Dublin, Ireland.
Jordan earned his Bachelor of Science degree in exercise physiology and coaching from Dublin City University in 2005 after a two-year playing career at Penn State.