Why NJCAA and Lackawanna College?
Immediate Opportunity to Play …
Don’t sit and wait at a four-year college or university … with all freshman and sophomores making up the roster at Lackawanna.
• Freshman accounted for over 70-percent (.727) of possible starts as they made 128-of-176 for the Falcons in my first season this fall.
• As an NJCAA head coach, my squads have seen over 75-percent of starts made by first year players. In addition, from those players I’ve placed 96-percent (22-of-23) of my players at four-year colleges and universities who only played one season for me in the NJCAA.
We are looking for OKG’s (Our Kind of Guys) who are good citizens, good students and soccer players to be transcendent to our program both on and off the pitch in 2019. We are looking to challenge in our region this coming fall as a team both on the field and in the classroom. Our process is proven to be successful for student-athletes on and off the pitch as evidence by the historical success on and off the pitch as a collegiate coach.
Success By The Numbers
60 All-Conference, All-Region and national award winners coached
29 Academic All-Conference, All-Region and All-American honorees by players
23 Players placed at four-year colleges and universities as an NJCAA coach
20+ Youth players developed that went onto play NCAA Division I soccer
18 Youth and senior national team players coached as a collegiate coach
11 Four-year collegiate conference championships won by former players after their transfers
9 Team and individual men’s soccer records set in first season at Lackawanna College
3 Led Bluefield College women to the 3rd most improved win/loss NAIA team in the nation in 2013
2 Led Andrew College men to the 2nd most improved win/loss NJCAA DI team in the nation in 2015
1 First ever EPAC Men's Division I Soccer Player of the Year at Lackawanna College in 2018
1 National Championship won by a former player after their transfer