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Oregon State Beavers men's soccer

Oregon State Beavers
men's soccer
Oregon State Beaversmen's soccer athletic logo

University Oregon State University
Conference Pac-12
Location Corvallis, OR
Head Coach Steve Simmons (6th year)
Stadium Paul Lorenz Field at Patrick Wayne Valley Stadium
(Capacity: 1,500)
Nickname Beavers
Colors Orange and Black


NCAA Tournament Appearances
2002, 2003, 2014
2014 Pacific-12 Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T   PCT     W   L   T   PCT
#1 Stanford 6 1 3   .750     13 3 3   .763
#3 UCLA + 6 2 2   .700     12 4 4   .700
#12 Washington + 5 4 1   .550     12 5 2   .684
#18 California + 4 5 1   .450     11 6 1   .639
#25 Oregon State + 4 5 1   .450     12 8 1   .595
San Diego State 1 9 0   .100     7 12 0   .368
† – Conference champion

The Oregon State Beavers men's soccer team is an intercollegiate varsity sports team of Oregon State University and competes in the Pacific-12 Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The team was founded in 1988 and has competed in 26 college soccer seasons since that time.[1] The Beavers qualified for the NCAA tournament on three occasions, making their deepest run in the tournament in 2014 when they advanced to the second round where they lost to Crieghton.[2] The team has produced one NSCAA All-American and has had three players play for their respective national teams at the senior level. The team's all-time match record is 90-134-19 as of the end of the 2014 season.[2]

Steve Simmons (Concordia, '90) is the head coach. In his six years at Oregon State, he led the team to one NCAA post season birth, coached one All-American, and has compiled a 45-55-11 record.[1] He is assisted by Dustin Norman (Maryville, '05), Steve Wieczorek (Fairfield, '04) and Ben Stoddard (Indiana Wesleyan, '11).[1]

2014 Roster

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 Nolan Wirth
1 GK Matt Bersano
2 DF Sam Tweeton
3 DF Eli Roubos
4 DF Jalen Markey
5 DF Will Seymore
6 MF Phillip van Berkom
7 FW Jaime Velasco
8 MF Graham Smith
9 FW Timmy Mueller
10 MF Mikhail Doholis
11 MF Michael Steele
12 FW Jordan Jones
No. Position Player
13 DF Brenden Anderson
14 FW Khiry Shelton
15 FW Spencer Kleweno
16 DF CJ Brill
17 DF Rian Phillips
18 MF Devonte Small
19 DF David Boldt
20 DF Matt Arbogast
21 MF Alex Segovia
22 FW Rolando Velazquez
23 DF Zach Striar
27 GK Ryan Vincent

2014 Schedule

Rankings reflect those of the NSCAA poll taken the week of the respective matches.[3]

Players Receiving National Caps

Oregon State is associated with three players who have represented their home nation at the senior level.
Name Tenure Caps Goals
Ryan Johnson 2006–Present 36 8
Robbie Findley 2007–2010 11 0
Alan Gordon 2012 1 0

NSCAA All-Americans

Oregon State is affiliated with one NSCAA All-American.


  1. ^ a b c "Oregon State Men's Soccer 2014 Quick Facts". Retrieved September 2, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "Oregon State Men's Soccer History & Records". Oregon State University. Retrieved October 24, 2012. 
  3. ^ "NSCAA Coaches Poll". Retrieved September 9, 2014. 

External links

  • OSU Beavers Men's Soccer
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