Nebraska Soccer Head Coach
The only coach in Nebraska soccer history, John Walker brings a wealth of collegiate and international experience to the Husker program. Walker has led NU to 11 trips to the NCAA Tournament, including eight Sweet 16 bids and two trips to the Elite Eight. Most recently, Walker led the Huskers to both the Big Ten Conference regular-season and tournament titles during the 2013 season as Nebraska finished the year ranked 13th in the nation. Walker and the Huskers hit their 300-win milestone with their win at BYU in August 2016.
Marty Everding returned to the Huskers as an interim assistant coach for the 2010 season and then moved to a permanent assistant in 2011 after spending 13 years with Nebraska from 1994 to 2006. In his previous stint with the program, Everding played a crucial role in the ascension of Nebraska’s program to national prominence.
Nebraska Soccer Assistant Coach
Ian Bridge began his first season with the Huskers in 2015 after spending the prior two years as an assistant coach for the University of Victoria men’s soccer team. With the Canadian National women’s soccer team for the past 14 years, Bridge brings an impressive list of coaching experience.
Nebraska Soccer Volunteer Coach
Brandon Roarty began his first season as a Volunteer Coach for Nebraska Soccer in Fall 2018. Roarty spent the fall 2017 season with the Huskers as a practice player and edited match video footage for the team. He has helped with summer/winter camps at Nebraska, Creighton, Sporting Kansas City, Magellan Soccer Club and Elite Girls Academy as a coach for youth players. Roarty graduated from Nebraska in December 2018 with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management.