Coach Regan enters his 23rd season as head
coach of the Cardinals. During these 23 years, Regan has guided the team
to a 263-150-35 record. He is responsible for elevating the Menís
program to national prominence, with a top twenty ranking in 2003 and an
Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Division II tournament in 2000.
The Belfast, Northern Ireland native
instills in his players a sense of composure and patience for a
possession-oriented, attractive style of soccer. His strong work ethic
and spirit for competition are exemplified by the efforts of his players
on the field.
During the spring and summer, Regan
assumes the role on the board of directors for the Eagles Soccer
Club. He is active in area youth soccer programs, setting up various
indoor leagues and tournaments, and coaching at soccer camps throughout
the United States. In addition to his head coaching duties, Regan will
serve as the academic liaison between the athletic department and
faculty. He will also be the consultant and coaching coordinator for
local travel and recreational leagues. Regan has coaching certificates
from UEFA, the USSF, the Canadian Soccer Association, and sits on the
NCAA womenís national soccer committee.
Regan resides in Wheeling with his wife,
Jill, and their four children.