Ike Ofoje recently completed his 17th season at the helm of the USC Aiken men’s soccer program. The 2013 season will mark the 10th season that Ofoje will focus all of his attention to just one team.

Ofoje started the women’s program at USC Aiken in 1997 and served as its head coach for eight seasons, compiling a record of 51-77-10. In 2005, however, Sue Vodicka was hired as the program’s first full-time women’s soccer coach.

With the addition of Vodicka, Ofoje took on the role of Director of Soccer Operations. In his 17 seasons at the helm of the Pacers, he has an 91-185-29 overall record.

The Pacers closed out the 2012 season with a 6-6-6 record due to NCAA rules, but two of USC Aiken’s six ties included penalty kick shootout wins over nationally sixth-ranked Lander and Young Harris in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament. With the wins, USC Aiken would advance to the Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championship game. The Pacers fell to Montevallo in the Tournament Championship match.

The 2011 Pacer men’s soccer team ended their campaign with a record of 3-10-4. The Pacers owned a record of 1-5-2 in Peach Belt Conference action.

The 2010 USC Aiken men’s soccer team advanced to the Peach Belt Conference Tournament before losing to Clayton State in the first round of the championship. USC Aiken concluded the year overall with a 2-11-2 record. Brett Van Pelt was chosen to the league’s All-Conference first team.