12-6-1After 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 13 ICCAC Conference Title and their 8th NJCAA National Tournament Appearance 8 5
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 and finished the season ranked #4.
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 posted a nation's best 17 game regular season unbeaten streak. Sophomores Jestine Burningham, Hannah Smith, Haley Johnson, and Freshman forward Eva CastaÃ±o received all-American accolades.
|21-1-1||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|
|20-2-1||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|
|19-1-2||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|
|14-3-1||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|
|18-4-2||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|
|18-1-1||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|
|18-3-1||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|
|22-2-1||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|
|20-2-1||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|
|14-2-3||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|
|14-2-3||In their first season, the Reiver women posted a 14-3-3 record which earned them the region championship.||10|
|236-35-20||2015-2016: Adam Sanchez 43-12-3 2009-2014: Brad Silvey 105-11-8 2004-2008: Ammon Bennett 88-12-9|