Mike Avery

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Mike Avery was born on 19 September, 1968 in San Jose, California, United States, is an American soccer coach and former player. Discover Mike Avery’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

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Age52 years old
Zodiac SignVirgo
Born19 September 1968
Birthday19 September
BirthplaceSan Jose, California, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Timeline of Mike Avery

2020

On February 14, 2020, Avery was hired as the first head coach in Fort Wayne FC history. The National Premier Soccer League expansion club had previously agreed to terms with a coach “with past experience playing in the Premier League”, but were unable to complete the deal due to visa issues. Avery had previously assisted the club during its open tryouts earlier that year.

2019

The Crusaders would finish with their worst record under Avery in 2019, ending with a 4-13-1 record. On November 13, Valpo was defeated by Drake in the quarterfinals of the Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Soccer Tournament. The 2–1 defeat was the final match in program history. One week later, the university discontinued the men’s soccer program. Avery left as the program leader in wins, picking up 91 over his 13 seasons in charge, and led the program to nine of the 10 best defensive seasons in Crusader history.

2017

Avery became the all-time winningest coach in Crusader history on September 16, 2017. With a 3–2 victory on the road against Drake, he earned his 77th victory and surpassed Mis’ Mrak for the Crusader record. Earlier that season, the men’s soccer team had played Valparaiso’s first game as a member of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), tallying a 2–1 victory over Loyola on September 1. In 2018, Avery led the Crusaders to a third-place finish in the MVC regular season; it was the highest conference finish by a Crusader program since joining the Valley.

2014

In 2014, Valpo received votes in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America national poll, doing so for the first time in school history. That mark came the same week that the Crusaders defeated no. 7 Michigan State by a 1–0 scoreline, the highest-ranked opponent that Valpo had ever beaten. Later that season, Valpo earned a no. 25 ranking in the TopDrawerSoccer.com poll, the first time the Crusaders ever earned a top-25 national ranking. Avery’s team went 8-5-6 on the season, with the .579 winning percentage tied as the best mark in program history. That campaign would be followed by two more winning seasons, as the Crusaders tallied seven wins in 2015 and tied the school record with a 10-win season in 2016.

2010

In the fall of 1994, Avery was hired to his first head coaching position, getting the job at Bethel College in Indiana. He would spend three seasons in charge of the Pilots, racking up a record of 42-21-4. In Avery’s first year, the Pilots finished with a 10-9-1 record, including a 9–0 victory over Lake Erie in his first match in charge. In 1995, the Pilots finished with 15 victories, their most since 1989; Avery was named as the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) North Central Region Coach of the Year and Mid-Central College Conference (MCCC) Coach of the Year. He repeated as MCCC Coach of the Year in 1996, as the Pilots posted the best record in program history at 17-4-1. Avery also took charge of the Bethel women’s soccer team in 1996 as the first head coach in program history.

In 2008, Avery ran 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometres) in five months to raise money for lights at Eastgate Field and new equipment for the program. That year, the Crusaders picked up their first victory over a ranked program in six seasons, defeating no. 25 Bradley on September 12 at the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic. The following season, Valpo finished in third place in the Horizon League and tallied a winning record for the first time under Avery, winding up 10-7-2.

After a nine-win season in 2010, Avery and the Crusaders won the 2011 Horizon League regular season title, the school’s first team title since joining the conference. After the Crusaders finished 9-6-5, Avery was tabbed as the league’s Coach of the Year. The Crusaders would end up with a losing record over the next two seasons, however, finishing with a 6-9-4 record in 2012 and a mark of 5-8-5 in 2013.

2007

On January 18, 2007, Avery was hired as the head coach at Valparaiso University; he became the third coach in the history of the Crusaders men’s soccer team. He joined his wife, Carin, at Valpo; she had been on the staff of the Crusaders’ volleyball team since 1999. Avery’s first match in charge ended in a 2–1 defeat to North Carolina State on August 31; one week later, he earned his first win with Valpo with a 3–0 victory over IPFW. The Crusaders won four matches on the season and did so while conceding 28 goals, the third-fewest allowed in a single season in Valpo history.

2000

Following the 1999 season, Avery was offered an assistant coaching position at the University of Notre Dame, on the staff of Mike Berticelli. However, Berticelli died on January 25, 2000, shortly after Avery had resigned at Cal State San Bernardino. Nearly two months later, on March 17, 2000, new Irish head coach Chris Apple officially confirmed that Avery would still be joining the staff at Notre Dame. Avery spent six years at the school, one year under Apple and five years under Bobby Clark. He, Clark, and Brian Wiese were named as the 2004 Big East Conference Coaching Staff of the Year. As a recruiter, Avery helped bring 11 All-Americans to Notre Dame, as well as 2006 Hermann Trophy winner Joseph Lapira. On March 3, 2006, Avery accepted a job as the head assistant and recruiting coordinator at the University of Louisville under head coach Ken Lolla. In his lone season with the Cardinals, Louisville qualified for the Big East Conference Men’s Soccer Tournament for the first time in the program’s history.

1998

In 1997, Avery was hired as the director of soccer at California State University, San Bernardino. In his first year with the Coyotes, he was in charge of the men’s program. Avery earned his first victory at CSUSB on September 20, after six consecutive losses to start the season, with a 2–1 victory over Midwestern State. During Avery’s tenure, the Coyote men’s program improved their record each season. He tallied a record of 17-39-2 during his three years in charge of the team. In both 1998 and 1999, Avery also was the head coach of the women’s soccer team at CSUSB. His first victory with the Coyote women came on September 9, 1998, a 2–1 win on the road against Cal State Bakersfield. In both of Avery’s seasons in charge, the Coyote women finished with eight victories as he departed with a record of 16-22-2.

1996

Avery’s wife, Carin, is the head volleyball coach at Valparaiso. The two met in 1996 when they were both working at Bethel. The couple have two sons: Alex, who was born the day before the Mid-Continent Conference volleyball tournament in 2003, and Kasongo, who was adopted from Africa.

1994

Avery went into coaching in 1994, spending three years as the men’s head coach at Bethel and being named the first head coach in the history of the Pilots’ women’s program. He spent three years as the director of soccer at Cal State San Bernardino, coaching both the men’s and women’s teams at times during that spell. Avery was then a NCAA Division I assistant for the next seven years, spending six years at Notre Dame and one at Louisville. In 2007, Avery was named as the head coach at Valparaiso. He is the all-time winningest head coach in Crusader history, spending 13 years in the position before the program was discontinued by the university. After leaving Valpo, Avery moved to the senior level for the first time and was named as the inaugural head coach in Fort Wayne FC history.

1968

Mike Avery (born September 19, 1968) is an American soccer coach and former player who played as a midfielder or forward. He is the head coach of National Premier Soccer League club Fort Wayne FC. Avery appeared with Real Santa Barbara, Askims IK, and Indiana Invaders during a short playing career before going into coaching.

Born on September 19, 1968 in San Jose, California, Avery began playing soccer at the age of four with his neighborhood team, Las Pulgas. He went on to play at Westmont College between 1986 and 1989. During his time at the school, the Warriors appeared in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national tournament three times. As a freshman, Avery tallied six goals and six assists in 24 appearances as Westmont won the Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) during their first year in the conference. The Warriors repeated as conference champions in 1987, with Avery chipping in seven goals and 11 assists from 21 appearances on his way to an all-GSAC nod. As a junior, he tallied four goals and six assists from 23 games and was again named all-GSAC as Westmont won their third consecutive conference title. He put up eight goals and 11 assists in 24 games as a senior, with the Warriors winning another GSAC title and making a run to the semifinals of the NAIA Tournament. Avery was named an Honorable Mention All-American following the season, capping off a career in which he scored 25 goals in 92 appearances for Westmont and was named to the NAIA All-Far West team four times.