|Title:||Head Men's Soccer Coach|
Reece Olney returns for his 19th season as Head Coach of the men’s soccer team at Puget Sound. Of his previous 18 seasons, Olney has led the Loggers to 16 seasons with a .500 record or better. He has led the Loggers to three Northwest Conference championship, most recently winning the title in 2006.
Under Olney’s leadership, the Loggers have won NWC titles in 1999, 2002 and 2006. In 1999, the Loggers went 20-2-0 and reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament while finishing the season ranked sixth in the nation. The Loggers set an NCAA Division III record for biggest single season improvement in 1999, going from 7-12-1 in 1998 to 20-2 in 1999.
In 2010, Olney won his 200th game as a head coach with all wins coming at Puget Sound. His career record of 214-104-34 ranks among the top-50 active Division III coaches for winning percentage. He has also led the Loggers to wins in over 70 percent of their Northwest Conference matches.
Olney is a two-time NWC Coach of the Year and has coached 11 All-Americans and 29 All-Region athletes, 35 First Team All-NWC selections and 95 total All-NWC honorees.. In addition to success on the field, Olney places a high value on success in the classroom. In 2011, the men’s soccer team turned in a 3.09 team GPA. HE has coached six Academic All-Americans and 17 All-Region Scholars.
Olney resides in Enumclaw, Wash. with his wife and children.
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* School affiliated with PNWAC and not reflected in NWC record.