Iowa Western Reivers

Program History

Year: Record:   Highest
National
Ranking:
(Regular Season)
National
Tournament
Finish:
2016 20-1-2 2nd 5th
2015 17-2-4 In 2015-2016, Carver and the Reivers accomplished a third straight Region XI Championship, Great Lakes District Championship, and National Championship appearance. The Reivers defeated Massasoit CC in the first game of the tournament 1-0. The Reivers, however, suffered a tournament ending loss to the eventual 2015 National Champions, Louisburg College. The Reivers finished with plenty of accolades. There were a total of 15 ICCAC Academic All-Region XI members and 9 ICCAC All-Region XI players. Coach Carver received the Great Lakes District Coach of the Year Award. The Reivers had 1 NJCAA All-American, Eric Ganime Bastos; and 2 NSCAA All-Americans, Edgardo Reyes and Joshua Blair. 2nd 5th
2014 23-0-2 In 2014-2015, the Reivers completed their second undefeated season but were penalty kicks away from advancing to their second consecutive National Championship game. On their path to a 3rd place finish in Prescott, AZ, the Reivers defeated Coffeyville (KS) and Schoolcraft (MI), and fell in penalty kicks to Monroe College (NY). Nick Melville and Edgardo Reyes were named to the All-Tournament Team. The Reivers have been in every Top 20 poll of the NSCAA and NJCAA since 2010 and were seeded Number 1 in the National Tournament for the second consecutive year. The Reivers finished the year with a 3.288 cumulative GPA. The Reivers led the nation for the second consecutive season in shutouts with 15 and were the nations second best with 11 goals allowed and 0.45 goals against average. The 2014 season sent a record number of six NCAA D1 players to four year schools. 1st 3rd
2013 25-0-0 The 2013-2014 Reivers became the third team ever to go undefeated with 25 or more wins and a National Championship. They led the nation with 109 goals scored and 7 goals conceded. The Iowa Western defense shut out 20 of their 25 opponents. The Reivers ended the season with many accolades. Team captain, Greg Timmer, became the program's first NSCAA Player of the Year, and goalkeeper, Will Lukowski, earned a place in the JUCO record books for his goals-against-average. The Reivers proved that team chemistry and determination can lead to championships. 1st 1st
2012 17-1-1 The 2012-2013 Reivers achieved their highest ever win percentage in a season. They recorded 78 goals in 19 games and the Iowa Western defense allowed only 9 goals. The high power offense and dominate defense resulted in leading scorer Marcelo Norton, and Goalkeeper Will Lukowski, to receive All-American recognition in both the NJCAA and NSCAA. Norton received 1st team in both associations and Lukowski received 2nd in the NJCAA and NSCAA. Head Coach Jordan Carver became the winningest coach in program history this season. Coach Carver has 66 wins since taking over, passing former coach Ammon Bennett at 63 wins. 3rd
2011 18-2-2 The 2011 Men's Soccer team finished the season as the most successful team in program history, both on and off the field. The Reivers broke records for most wins in a season (18), fewest losses in a season (3), unbeaten streak, (14), and most importantly the highest grade point average at 3.077 for the year. The 2011 team returned to the national tournament finishing 7th for the second straight season. The success of the team led to the first ever NJCAA National Championship All-Tournament Team selection, Dayvin Palmer, and two All-Americans. Ignacio Nacho Mateos received 1st Team All-American NJCAA and 2nd Team All-American NCSAA, Marco Carvalho received 1st Team All-American NSCAA and 2nd Team All-American NJCAA. 3rd 7th
2010 16-6-2 In this record setting season, the 2010 Reivers broke six team records and nine individual records. The Reivers achieved regional, district, and national recognition, including 11 All-Region honorees, 13 Academic All-Region honorees, Great Lakes District Coach of the Year Coach Carver, NJCAA National Championship Sportsmanship Award, an NJCAA and NSCAA All-American Leigh Veidman, Three NJCAA Academic All-Americans, and the NATYCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Chris Soenksen. 8th 7th
2009 15-5-0 The 2009 Reivers men's soccer program, led by first year head coach Jordan Carver, experienced a successful season finishing 15-5-0 and a No. 15 final National Ranking. The Reivers took the regular season conference championship for the second straight season. The men's soccer team broke the school's record with 15 wins which earned them their highest ranking on the NSCAA plls at No. 10, and tied the teams highest NJCAA Ranking of No. 15. There were many individual achievements throughout the season including two NJCAA Academic All-Americans Dax Becker and Matt Pruett. 15th
2008 14-4-1 2008 saw the men's soccer team reach their highest national ranking (tying the 2005 team) NJCAA No. 15 and the highest ever NSCAA ranking of No. 12. The team broke the record for most wins in a season with 14 and tied the fewest losses with 4. They achieved the conference title and region title, finishing their season at the District Final for the second time in the programs history. The success of the Reivers landed 11 players on the All-Region team. 15th
2007 13-7 In 2007 the Reivers produced another winning season tallying 13 wins and 7 losses. The men's soccer team claimed 2nd place in the conference standings. The success of the season landed 10 Reivers on the All-Region Team. The Reivers also broke multiple records including most goals in a season 69, most goals in a game 15, and least goals allowed in a season 16.
2006 12-7-1 The men's soccer team was led by a higher power offense this season leading to the most goals scored in a game, most assists in a game, and missing the most wins in a season by one game. 2006 Reivers posted a 12-7-1 record and reached the Region final for the second straight season. The success during the season led to 7 All-Region honorees.
2005 12-4-3 The Reivers had a lot of success in only their second season of men's soccer. The 2005 men's soccer team missed out on the national tournament by one game, losing a heart breaker in the District final 2-1. The Reivers finished the season with 12 wins 4 losses and 3 ties making them the Conference and Region champions. Many Reivers received recognition for their performances. The Reivers produced 10 All-Region selections, and the programs first All-American Erik Sterrett. 15th
2004 12-6-1 The men's soccer team had an excellent inaugural season in 2004 under the first ever head coach Ammon Bennett and assistant coach Jeff Ginn. The Reivers were able to post 12 wins 6 losses and 1 tie. The success of the Reivers led to 9 All-Region honorees, including Brad Silvey and Jordan Carver.

Coaching Records:
214-45-19
Conference Titles:
2016 2014 2013 2012
2011 2010 2009 2008
2005

Region XI Titles:
2016 2015 2014 2013
2011 2010 2008 2005

District Titles:
2016 2015 2014 2013
2011 2010

National Tournament
Appearances:
2016 2015 2014 2013
2011 2010

National Championships:
2013