Belmont Bruins men's soccer

Belmont Bruins men's soccer
Founded 1991
University Belmont University
Conference Horizon League
Location Nashville, TN
Head coach Bryan Green (3rd year)
Stadium E. S. Rose Park
(Capacity: 300)
Nickname Bruins
Colors Navy, White, and Red[1]

The Belmont Bruins men's soccer team represents Belmont University as an Affiliate member of the Horizon League in NCAA Division I soccer.[2][3] The Bruins play their home matches at the soccer stadium in the sports complex located at the city of Nashville's E. S. Rose Park.[4] A former Division II All-American and long-time collegiate asistant coach, Bryan Green has been the Bruins' head coach since 2014..[5]

Conference membership

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Years Conference Membership
1991–1993 NAIA Independent (TCAC in other sports)
1994–1995 Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Conference (TCAC) Full member
1996–1999 NCAA Division I Independent (In transition from NAIA)
2000 Missouri Valley Conference Affiliate member
2001–2011 Atlantic Sun Conference Full member
2012–2013 NCAA Division I Independent (Ohio Valley Conference in other sports)
2014–present Horizon League Affiliate member

Coaching history

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Years Coach W–L–T Winning %age
1991–1994 Grant Cuthill 24–47–5 .349
1995–1996 Ronnie Littlejohn 9–23–2 .294
1997–2013 Earle Davidson 97-184-21 .356
2014–present Bryan Green 7-28-2 .216
1991–2015 Totals 137–282–30 .339

Notable alumni


  1. Belmont University Brand Book (PDF). Retrieved 2016-04-03.
  2. "Belmont University to Join Horizon League as Affiliate Member" (Press release). Horizon League. April 21, 2014. Retrieved May 11, 2014.
  3. "Men's Soccer/Home". Horizon League website. Horizon League. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
  4. "E.S. ROSE PARK". Belmont Bruins website. Belmont University. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
  5. "Belmont names men's soccer coach". The Tennessean. January 27, 2014. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
  6. 1 2 "Belmont University Men's Soccer Record Book" (PDF). Belmont University. Retrieved May 11, 2014.

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