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Virginia Tech Hokies men's soccer

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The Virginia Tech Hokies men's soccer team represents the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in all NCAA Division I men's college soccer competitions The Hokies are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference and play their home matches at Sandra D Thompson Field

Historically, Virginia Tech has been one of the weaker outfits in the ACC, regularly finishing towards the bottom of the conference standings The program's most successful era came briefly in the early to mid-2000's, where the five years, the Hokies earned three berths into the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship In 2003 and 2005, the Hokies made their first two appearances in the tournament, where they reached the Second Round of the tournament In 2007, the team made a remarkable run to the College Cup, making their deepest run in tournament history Since their 2007 run, did not qualify for an NCAA Tournament bid again until 2016


  • 1 History
    • 11 Oliver Weiss era, NCAA violations
    • 12 Recent events
  • 2 Rivalries
    • 21 Boston College
    • 22 Radford
    • 23 Virginia
  • 3 Roster
  • 4 Seasons
  • 5 Notable players
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links


Oliver Weiss era, NCAA violations

The improved greatly with the arrival of head coach Oliver Weiss in 2000 Under Weiss, Tech has made four appearances in the NCAA Tournament second round in 2003, 2005, first round in 2006, and the semifinals in 2007, the only four in school history The team is currently ranked 4th in the nation under the Division I NSCAA/adidas National Rankings last updated Tuesday, November 6, 2007 In the 2007 season, the team achieved its highest national ranking in school history when they reached #4 on October 23 The previous highest ranking was in the 2005 season at 8th in the country Also, Tech set a new school record with a 15-game unbeaten streak 10-0-5 from September 2 to November 3 during the 2007 season

The popularity for the team and game attendance has increased since the invite to the Atlantic Coast Conference and with the recent 2006 FIFA World Cup 2008 was by all accounts a rebuilding year, as the Hokies went winless 0-8 in ACC play

In 2009, Coach Weiss resigned, days before the school self-reported recruiting violations to the NCAA in connection with Weiss allegedly fronting application fees for recruits Though a good faith mistake, paying for a recruit's application fees, even if the recruit repays the loan, is not permitted by the NCAA Mike Brizendine, a Weiss assistant and former head coach of Bridgewater College, was promoted to head coach to replace him

Recent events

On September 11, 2011, the Hokies defeated the UNC Tar Heels 1–0 in extra time, making it one of the largest college soccer upsets of the 2011 season Tech, at the time was unranked, while North Carolina was ranked first in the nation


Boston College

Main article: Boston College–Virginia Tech rivalry

Translating across all sports, Virginia Tech is often seen as rivals with Boston College


Main article: New River Valley rivalry

A local derby between the two sides, Virginia Tech regularly plays against the Radford Highlanders men's soccer program


Main article: Virginia–Virginia Tech rivalry

Virginia Tech's major rival in soccer is the Virginia Cavaliers men's soccer program The two sides have a longstanding rivalry across all sports which translates over to soccer Generally, matches between the two sides attract larger than average crowds In the 2005-06 and 2006-07 school years, the program-wide rivalry was called the Commonwealth Challenge A renewed rivalry competition began for the 2014–15 season, called the "Commonwealth Clash"


Updated: August 21, 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality

No Position Player
0 GK Morten Lamps
1 GK Ben Lundgaard
2 DF Will Mejia
3 MF Collin Verfurth
5 DF Jon Ingason
6 FW Brendan Moyers
8 FW James Kasak
9 FW Elias Tamburini
10 MF Robert McCoy
11 FW Marcelo Acuna
15 MF Kristo Strickler
16 MF Rory Slevin
17 FW Gregor von Westphalen
18 FW Drew Ott
No Position Player
19 DF Matt Dudon
20 DF Rodrigo Zampieri
21 MF Camron Lennon
22 FW Gino Rossi
23 MF Forrest White
24 MF Justus Kauppinen
25 GK Charles Filby
26 MF Hyunsueng Hong
27 GK Hayden Kickbush
28 MF Daniel Damiani
29 FW Durke Bender
30 FW Gaetan Roux
31 FW Jakob Bluemler
32 FW Nico Quashie


Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Virginia Tech Independent 1972–1994
1972 George Snead 2–4–3
1973 George Snead 4–3–3
1974 Jerry Cheynet 5–6–0
1975 Jerry Cheynet 4–5–1
1976 Jerry Cheynet 4–6–1
1977 Jerry Cheynet 7–4–1
1978 Jerry Cheynet 9–4–2
1979 Jerry Cheynet 8–6–1
1980 Jerry Cheynet 8–5–1
1981 Jerry Cheynet 10–5–1
1982 Jerry Cheynet 5–10–0
1983 Jerry Cheynet 1–11–3
1984 Jerry Cheynet 8–8–2
1985 Jerry Cheynet 10–7–1
1986 Jerry Cheynet 7–9–2
1987 Jerry Cheynet 9–8–3
1988 Jerry Cheynet 11–9–0
1989 Jerry Cheynet 10–10–1
1990 Jerry Cheynet 10–10–1
1991 Jerry Cheynet 10–8–3
1992 Jerry Cheynet 10–7–2
1993 Jerry Cheynet 10–8–1
1994 Jerry Cheynet 7–12–0
Independent 1972–1994 Total: 193–165–33
Virginia Tech Atlantic 10 1995–1999
1995 Jerry Cheynet 8–10–2 6–3–2 T–3rd A10 Semifinal
1996 Jerry Cheynet 12–8–0 7–4–0 T–4th A10 Semifinal
1997 Jerry Cheynet 14–5–1 8–2–1 1st A10 Semifinal
1998 Jerry Cheynet 11–9–1 7–3–1 T–3rd A10 Final
1999 Jerry Cheynet 11–8–0 7–4–0 T–3rd
A10 Total: 56–40–4 35–16–4
Virginia Tech Independent 2000–2000
2000 Jerry Cheynet 8–9–2
Independent 2000 Total: 8–9–2
Virginia Tech Big East 2001–2003
2001 Jerry Cheynet 11–6–2 4–4–2 8th Big East Quarterfinal
2002 Oliver Weiss 10–7–1 5–5–0 9th
2003 Oliver Weiss 14–5–3 7–3–0 2nd Big East Quarterfinal
NCAA Second Round
Big East Total: 35–18–6 16–12–2
Virginia Tech ACC 2004–present
2004 Oliver Weiss 9–10–1 2–5–0 8th ACC Quarterfinal
2005 Oliver Weiss 10–5–5 3–2–3 4th ACC Quarterfinal
NCAA Second Round
2006 Oliver Weiss 11–8–1 2–5–1 8th ACC First Round
NCAA First Round
2007 Oliver Weiss 14–4–5 3–1–4 4th ACC Semifinal
NCAA College Cup
2008 Oliver Weiss 5–13–1 0–8–0 9th ACC First Round
2009 Mike Brizendine 5–12–0 2–6–0 8th ACC First Round
2010 Mike Brizendine 5–13–1 1–6–1 9th
2011 Mike Brizendine 4–13–2 1–6–1 9th ACC First Round
2012 Mike Brizendine 7–10–3 0–7–1 9th ACC Quarterfinal
2013 Mike Brizendine 4–8–5 1–5–5 11th
2014 Mike Brizendine 7–8–2 2–5–1 9th ACC First Round
2015 Mike Brizendine 5–9–3 0–5–3 11th
2016 Mike Brizendine 13–5–4 3–4–2 9th ACC First Round
NCAA Quarterfinal
ACC Total: 99–113–32 22–60–18
Total: 391–350–78

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion


  • A10 Standings source
  • ACC Standings source
  • Big East Standings source

Notable players

  • Patrick Nyarko
  • Joseph Chris McNally
  • Eric Mclellan
  • Ray Crittenden
  • Marcelo Acuna
  • Tyreek Walker
  • Alessandro Mion


  1. ^ "Virginia Tech Athletics brand" April 23, 2016 Retrieved May 5, 2017 
  2. ^ Berman, Mark 2009-08-25 "Yellow card for Tech as university reports violations to NCAA" The Roanoke Times 
  3. ^ "Virginia Tech men top No 1 UNC in soccer" Charlotte Observer September 11, 2011 Retrieved September 14, 2011 
  4. ^ "Commonwealth Challenge" hokiesportscom 
  5. ^ "Men's Soccer Roster" hokiesportscom Virginia Tech University Athletics Retrieved 21 August 2017 
  6. ^ "2013 Virginia Tech Men's Soccer History and Record Book" PDF Virginia Tech Athletics HokieSportscom pp 4–6 
  7. ^ "A10 Men's Soccer Record Book" PDF Atlantic 10 Conference Men's Soccer Atlantic10com pp 11–12 Retrieved 1 May 2015 
  8. ^ "ACC All-Time Men's Soccer Standings" PDF Raycom Sports Raycomsportscom pp 73–76 Retrieved 1 May 2015 
  9. ^ "All-Time BIG EAST Men's Soccer Standings" PDF Big East GRFXcstvcom p 2 

External links

  • Men's Soccer-Hokie Sports

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