Andy Lee is entering his sixth season as Head Coach of the Viterbo University Men’s Soccer team. In Lee’s five seasons at the helm he has compiled a 36-47-1 record. Last season, Lee led the V-hawks to an 8-10-1 record overall and a fourth place finish in the very competitive Midwest Collegiate Conference. The V-Hawks advanced to their fourth straight MCC semifinals before losing to MCC champion Grand View University.
In 2009, Lee led the V-Hawks to arguable the best season in over the past six years as they finished with a 12-6-2 overall record and a 6-1-1 MCC record. In 2009, the V-Hawks finished tied for second and advanced to the MCC tournament championship game for the first time in eight years.
Lee joined the V-Hawk program after spending one season as an assistant with the V-Hawk women’s team in 2005. During his time as an assistant under former V-Hawk Head Coach Will Lemke, Lee coordinated recruiting of junior college and international student-athletes. Lee also coached the women’s program to a runner-up finish at the National Collegiate Indoor Soccer Championships. Lee also spent the 2007 year coaching a U-17 and a U-18 team for the Coulee Region Minnesota Youth Soccer Association.
Lee also coaches plenty of soccer outside of Viterbo University. He just finished his second season as the varsity head girls coach at La Crosse Aquinas High School where he has led them to one conference title and one trip to the WIAA State Tournament. Lee also finds time to coach for the Coulee Region Minnesota Youth Soccer Association where he coaches a U-18 team. Lee also enjoyed coaching stints as the head varsity coach at Queen Elizabeth High School in Hexham, England along with coaching in the FC Milwaukee Soccer Club.
As a soccer player himself, Lee grew up playing soccer in his hometown of Newcastle, England. As a member of the U18 Northumberland County Football team, Lee helped lead his team to a National F.A. Youth Soccer Cup Championship. After finishing high school, Lee earned a soccer scholarship from the University of Milwaukee. Lee played his first two seasons at UW-Milwaukee and then transferred to Cardinal Stritch University. He spent his junior and senior seasons as a team captain and was named a Chicagoland First Team All-Conference honoree. Lee did not only enjoy success on the field but also in the classroom as he was a NAIA Scholar Athlete and a National Deans List recipient.
Lee graduated from Cardinal Stritch University in 2004 with a degree in Interpersonal Communication. Lee lives in Onalaska with his wife Jennifer and their daughter Sophie.
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Tom Snow is entering his second season as an assistant coach for the V-Hawks. Snow joined the V-Hawk staff after playing for the V-Hawks from 2006-2009.
Snow played in 68 games as a V-Hawk and scored five goals, recorded 10 assists and 20 points. As a player, Snow experienced both ends of the spectrum in terms of success. In Snow’s freshman season, the V-Hawks were just 5-11 overall. By Snow’s senior season, the V-Hawks had turned things around as they had one of the best seasons in the last ten years as they finished 12-6-1 overall and advanced to the MCC tournament championship game. Snow graduated last December from the Dahl School of Business at Viterbo University.
Pete Webber is entering his thirdseason as an assistant coach for the V-Hawks. Webber joined the V-Hawk staff after playing for the V-Hawks from 2005-2008.
Webber played in 43 games for the V-Hawks and was a team captain as a senior. As a senior, Webber played an integral part of the V-Hawk defense which had its best season since 2003 and advanced to the semifinals of the MCC tournament. Webber graduated from Viterbo in 2009 with a degree in Business.