History

2018-19

17-3-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  Once again the Reivers swept through Region XI undefeated and beat Western Wyoming to represent the Great Lakes District at the NJCAA National Championships. The team defeated Paradise Valley and Navarro in pool play but fell to eventual National Champions, Monroe College, 1-0 for a 3rd place finish. Kauany Sousa and Paola Ochoa were named to the NJCAA All-Tournament team, as well as the entire program being awarded the Lea Plarski Sportsmanship Award. Paige Moser was named the NATYCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. 3 3

2017-18

12-6-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  After an 0-5 start to the season, the Reivers went 13 matches straight without a loss that included a Region XI/District H Championship. The Reivers went undefeated through conference play winning their 13th ICCAC Conference title and their 8th NJCAA National Tournament appearance. 8 5

2016-17

15-3-0   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reivers won their 11th consecutive conference championship and their 7th district championship in program history. They finished conference play 12-0 enroute to winning another Region XI title. The team earned its 7th NJCAA National Tournament appearance. 4 7

2015-16

16-3-2   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reivers completed one of the toughest regular season schedules in program history, posting a 16-3-2 record which included 11 ranked opponents. The team also recorded a nation's best 17 game regular season unbeaten streak. Sophomores Jestine Burningham, Hannah Smith, Haley Johnson, and freshman forward Eva Castano received All-American accolades. 3 NA

2014-15

21-2-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reivers finished as the Runner Up in the National Championship. Sophomores Celia Jimenez and Nicole Gowans and freshman Maria Martinez made the All-Tournament team. The team outscored opponents 111-6 on the season and posted 18 shutouts. 1 2

2013-14

20-2-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  In 2013, the Reivers made women's soccer history winning their first National Championship, beating No. 3 Navarro College 3-1. Sophomores Kasandra Anderson (captain) and Paige Flores were both named to the All-Tournament team. Other honors included freshman Celia Jimenez as Most Valuable Forward, Kelsey East as Most Valuable Goalkeeper, and Brad Silvey as Coach of the Tournament. 1 1

2012-13

19-1-2   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reivers posted a record of 19-1-2 and finished 3rd at the NJCAA National Tournament. Indira Ilic, Marina Galaz, and Taylor Samsel were named to the All-Tournament team. Indira Ilic and Marina Galaz were named NJCAA All-Americans while Taylor Samsel and Morgan Olsen were named NSCAA All-American. 3 3

2011-12

14-3-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The women's team finished the year with a record of 14-3-1 and won the Region XI tournament. Jacqueline Olive and Haley Voeller were named to the NJCAA All-American team. Randi Jones, Mia Felts, Rebecca Larsen, Haley Voeller, and Shelby Johnson were named NJCAA Academic All-Americans. 3 NA

2010-11

18-4-2   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reivers finished with a record of 18-4-2 and placed 5th at the NJCAA National Tournament where Erin Jensen was named to the All-Tournament team. Chamae Palmer was named to the NJCAA All-American team. Bailey Baxter, Amber Bilodeau, Shelby Warren, Casey Times, Cortney Christensen, and Michelle Allen were named NJCAA Academic All-Americans. The Reivers were also named the NJCAA Academic Team of the Year. 9 5

2009-10

18-1-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The women's team finished the year with a record of 18-1-1 and won the region tournament. They placed 2nd at the District Tournament. Kelci Little and Chamae Palmer were named to the NJCAA All-American team. Gabrielle Stimpson and Megan Zollinger were named NJCAA Academic All-Americans. 4 NA

2008-09

18-3-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  A 18-3-1 record earned the Reivers a 3rd place finish at the District Tournament. Mileena Buchei and Ashley Brown were named to the NJCAA All-American team. Jennifer Jones, Danielle Gordon, and Ashley Brown were named NJCAA Academic All-Americans. 1 NA

2007-08

22-2-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reivers finished with a record of 22-2-1 and placed 2nd at the NJCAA National Tournament for the second straight year. Danielle Blevins was named to the NJCAA All-American team while Kim Olsen broke the career goals scored with a total of 51. Karley Nelson and Lindy Stauffer were both named NJCAA Academic All-Americans. 2 2

2006-07

20-2-1   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  With an overall record of 20-2-1, the Reivers finished 2nd at the National Tournament. Ten players were named Academic All-Region while Kira Lazenby was named 1st team NJCAA All-American as well as NJCAA Academic All-American. Kim Olsen was named 2nd team NJCAA All-American. 5 2

2005-06

14-2-3   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  The Reiver women finished 2nd place in Region XI. Five players were named Academic All-Region while Katie Long and Kira Lazenby were named 2nd team NJCAA All-Americans. 8 NA

2004-05

14-2-3   Highest National Ranking National Tournament Finish
  In their first season, the Reiver women posted a 14-3-3 record which earned them the Region Championship. 10 NA

Coaching Records

253-38-21      
  2015-Present Adam Sanchez 60-15-4
  2009-2014 Brad Silvey 105-11-8
  2004-2008 Ammon Bennet 88-12-9