Levi Rossi enters his second season as the Denver’s men’s soccer program’s second assistant in 2016. Rossi was promoted from his volunteer roll in March of 2015.

In 2015, the Pioneers set new DI school marks in shutouts (12), consecutive shutouts (7), consecutive scoreless minutes (797) and consecutive unbeaten matches (18).

DU reached new heights in 2015, finishing the regular season as the only unbeaten team in the country at 15-0-3, and earned a first round bye and postseason home game for the first time in the program’s history. The Pioneers spent seven-straight weeks in the top-10 of the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America poll, including two at No. 7, the highest ranking in the program’s history.

Rossi spent the 2014 season as the team’s volunteer assistant coach, a campaign that saw the Pioneers win their second-straight regular season and league tournament titles, booking the program’s second-straight trip to the NCAA Tournament.

Levi Rossi came to Denver in 2014 after a standout career at the University of New Mexico where he played both forward and midfield. He was one of the most durable Lobos during his career as well as one of the most academically decorated players in New Mexico soccer history. A Denver native, Rossi played his high school soccer at Regis Jesuit, helping leading the Red Raiders to the state finals in 2008.