|8th Season in 2013-14|
|Alma Mater: St. Olaf '94|
|Overall Record: 62-52-12 (.540)|
|MIAC Record: 35-33-9 (.513)|
|Office Phone: 507-786-3260|
|THE DRIVER FILE
1994: Graduated from St. Olaf College with B.A., Political Science.
1995-96: Worked in sales for environmental remediation firm in Eagan, Minn.
1996-02: Head boys' soccer coach, Academy of Holy Angels (Richfield, Minn.)... 76-35-8 overall record... Team won three Missota Conference championships... Team won two section championships... Two MSHSL Class A second place finishes... Was named the 2002 Class A Boys' Coach of the year.
1999-06: Girl's State Team Coach & Coaching Education Instructor, Minnesota Youth Soccer Association Olympic Development Program.
1999-07: Director of Coaching and Player Development, Bloomington Youth Soccer Club.
2003-06: Head women's coccer coach, College of St. Catherine... Was Sports Information Director from 2004-06... Overall record 16-32-3, MIAC record 7-23-3... Two Wildcats were named All-MIAC.
2006: Named head women's soccer coach at St. Olaf... Team went 9-7-2 overall, 3-6-2 in MIAC... Finished 9th in MIAC... One Ole named All-MIAC
2008: Team went 8-9-1 overall, 5-5-1 MIAC... Finished seventh in MIAC... One Ole named All-MIAC... Received M.A., Athletics Administration, Univ. of St. Thomas.
2009: Team finished 11-7-0 overall, 6-5-0 MIAC... Finished fifth in MIAC... Two Oles named All-MIAC... Finished ranked in top 10 in North Region... one Ole named All-Region... Third best win total in school history.
2010: Team finished 13-5-0 overall, 7-4-0 MIAC... Finished fifth in MIAC... Two Oles named All-MIAC... Finished ranked in top 10 in North Region... Two Oles named All-Region... Best win total in school history... Spent three weeks ranked in top 25 nationally.
Before coming to St. Olaf in 2006, he spent three seasons in the same capacity at St. Catherine University in St. Paul.
Prior to his stay at St. Kate's Driver spent seven seasons as head coach of the Academy of Holy Angels boys program, leading the Stars to a pair of state title games. He was twice named the NSCAA Minnesota Boy's Class A Coach of the Year.
Since 1999, Driver has been a state team coach for the Minnesota Olympic Development Program.
Jeremy resides in St. Louis Park with his wife, Stacia, and their children Will and Katie.
|The Oles Under Jeremy Driver|