Bill Jeffrey College Long-Term Service Award

The Bill Jeffrey Award, recognizing long-term service to United Soccer Coaches and intercollegiate soccer, is named for the former Penn State coach who played a major role in shaping soccer and the association.  Jeffrey was the head coach of the 1950 U.S. World Cup team that defeated England, 1-0, in one of the greatest upsets in the history of soccer.  He was the coach of Penn State for 26 seasons, winning 10 national collegiate championships, and is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.  A founding member of the NSCAA, he served as president of the Association in 1948. Each year, United Soccer Coaches presents this award to a person who has raised intercollegiate soccer to new heights through his or her long-term dedication to the game.

Bill Jeffrey College Long-Term Service Award Nomination Form

Past Recipients

2018 - Ralph Polson, Wofford College
2017 - Nancy Feldman, Boston University
2016 - Jeff Gettler, University of Richmond
2015 - Michael Pantalione, Yavapai College
2014 - Mark Berson, University of South Carolina
2013 - Layton Shoemaker, Messiah College
2012 - Manfred Schellscheidt, Seton Hall University
2011 - Schellas Hyndman, Southern Methodist University
2010 - Cliff Stevenson, Brown University
2009 - C. Cliff McCrath, Seattle Pacific University
2008 - Jim Lennox, Hartwick College
2007 - John Rennie, Duke University
2006 - Anson Dorrance, University of North Carolina
2005 - Jay Martin, Ohio Wesleyan University
2004 - Bud Lewis, Wilmington College (Ohio)
2003 - Al Albert, College of William & Mary
2002 - Aliceann Wilber, William Smith College
2001 - Steve Negoesco, University of San Francisco
2000 - Horst Richardson, Colorado College
1999 - Peter Gooding, Amherst College
1998 - Marvin Zuidema, Calvin College
1997 - Mel Lorback, West Chester University
1996 - Theodore H. Barclay, Denison University
1995 - John MacKenzie, Western Illinois University
1994 - Tim Schum, Binghamton  University
1993 - Charlie Slagle, Davidson College
1992 - Steve Veal, NAIA Soccer
1991 - Joseph Morrone, University of Connecticut
1990 - Hank Steinbrecher, United States Soccer Federation
1989 - Albert Colone, Oneonta Soccer Hall of Fame
1988 - Fred Schmalz, University of Evansville
1987 - Jerry Yeagley, Indiana University
1986 - Greg Myers, United States Naval Academy
1985 - Raymond Bernabei, NISOA
1984 - Mickey Cochrane, Bowling Green State University
1983 - Owen Wright and Patricia Wright, Elizabethtown College
1981 - Walter Chyzowych, United States Soccer Federation
1979 - Pat Damore, SUNY Fredonia
1978 - Bill Shellenberger, Lynchburg College
1977 - Frank Longo, Quincy College
1976 - Don Yonker, Drexel University
1974 - John McKeon, East Stroudsburg State College
1973 - Dettmar Cramer, Germany
1972 - Wayne Sunderland, Pratt Institute, N.Y.