2010-2016, Marc Reeves’ led the Highlanders Radford men’s soccer to a new level of success. Six-straight winning sea- sons,three peat Big South regular-season champions and back to back NCAA tournament appearances 2015 Radford athletics first ever at large bid to the post season and 2016 Big South Conference Champions. Two years in a row the Highlanders were ranked inside the Top 25 nationally and had an impressive identical record of 14-4-2. Reevo was named the 2014 & 2016 Conference Coach of the Year, and recently accepted the job at Elon University in NC part of the highly competitive CAA conference. Prior to accepting his current position and time at Radford, Reeves spent 11 seasons at St. John’s, including the last four as associate head coach. The Red Storm reached the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 in eight of his ten seasons, and made three Final Four appearances. Reeves played on the 1998 Big East Championship team, one of six Big East Titles while with the Johnnies. Reeves started out working soccer camps in the northeast in between summers of studying at Brunel University in London. After gaining his Masters and playing for St. John’s in 1998, he became part of the coaching staff with one role being to grow and direct the “Dave Masur’s Red Storm Camps.” Reeves and his wife Susanne will be moving to Greensboro this summer with their three children: Robert “Robbie”, Olivia “Livi” and Jackson “Jacks.” and Dog "Blitz".