Vandal Soccer Camps
Head Coach Jeremy Clevenger
Jeremy Clevenger is set to take over the helm of Idaho Vandal soccer, becoming the fifth head coach in program history, . Clevenger joins the program with more than 10 years of collegiate soccer coaching experience.
"Jeremy is a proven winner and a great fit to not only maintain the championship-caliber program that has been built here, but to take it to the next level," said Idaho Acting Athletic Director Pete Isakson. "He brings experience in all areas of running a successful program and has honed his craft under the direction of some of the best coaches in the college game. We are excited to have Jeremy as our head coach and we know he is excited to be a Vandal."
"I would like to thank Pete Isakson and the search committee for giving me this opportunity to lead Vandal soccer," Clevenger said. "I was blown away by the University and the people in the athletics department. I am looking forward to getting to work with this talented team and building on their success."
Clevenger joins the program after two seasons at Northern Iowa. While there, the Panthers saw unprecedented success, setting a number of program records along the way. The team won 14 games in 2017, the most in program history, and recorded 11 shutouts, the most in team and Missouri Valley Conference history. The Panthers advanced to the MVC Tournament Championship game with a pair of shutout wins along the way.
His first season at UNI was also a tremendous success. The Panthers had their highest conference finish in program history at the time, while also setting then-team records for goals, points and shutouts.
Prior to UNI, Clevenger spent four seasons as the head coach of Western State College in Gunnison, Colo. There, Clevenger started the program, and quickly led the team to national prominence with wins over ranked Division II opponents.
He spent one season at Fort Hays State as an assistant with both the men and the women, also in their first seasons as programs. His previous stops include Houston Baptist, Baylor, Ottawa University, Central Missouri and San Joaquin Delta College.
A native of Stockton, California, Clevenger boasts a NSCAA Coaching Diploma and Regional Goalkeeper Diploma, and has a United States Soccer Federation Coaching License. He holds a bachelor's of science degree in kinesiology from San Francisco State University and a master's degree in sports and business administration from Central Missouri.
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