Oige Kennedy is now an Assistant Coach at Stanford University

Oige Kennedy has had an unprecedented run as head men’s soccer coach at Fort Lewis College. In seven seasons as head coach, he’s won two NCAA Division II national championships (2009 and 2011), two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular season titles (2009 and 2011), and two RMAC postseason crowns (2009 and 2011).

This past season, Kennedy recorded his 100th career win as a head coach with a 4-1 win on Dirks Field against Colorado Christian University on Oct. 18, 2015.

His rookie year in charge of the perennial national powerhouse Skyhawks was the stuff that makes legends. Hired as interim head coach just weeks before his team was to report for preseason training, Kennedy became the first coach in NCAA history to guide a men’s soccer team to a national championship in his first year of collegiate coaching.