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Pete Fewing
Position: Head Coach
Experience: 21 Years
Phone: (206) 296-5498

Pete Fewing finished his third season as head coach of the men's soccer team in Division I play and 21st season overall at Seattle U in 2014.

In 2014, Fewing coached the Redhawks to their second straight WAC tournament appearance in as many seasons in the conference, which the Redhawks hosted on their home field. Individually, Ian Hines-Ike was named First Team All-Region while Hamza Haddadi and Kyle Bjornethun were named to the Second Team by the NSCAA. Academically, Fewing led the Redhawks to the program's first NSCAA Team Academic Award in the Division I era for posting over a 3.0 cumulative GPA for the 2013-14 school year.

The 2013 season was one for the record books as he was named Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, taking the Redhawks from an 0-6-1 start to winning both the WAC Regular Season and Tournament titles. With the Tournament win, the team became Seattle U's first men's team to qualify for an NCAA DI tournament since March 1969 and the first to win an NCAA DI tournament game since March 1964 with a 2-1 come-from-behind win at Creighton on Nov. 21 in the First Round. He helped develop both senior forward Miguel Gonzalez, named WAC Offensive Player of the Year, and senior goalkeeper Jake Feener, who led the nation in DI saves and saves per game throughout the entire 2013 season.

In his first year back as head coach of the Redhawks, the team played in the MPSF conference, as well as taking on strong opponents such as Portland, Gonzaga, UW, and nationally-ranked UC Santa Barbara and New Mexico. Marshall Kosaka earned Second team All-MPSF honors, and Jose Merlo was recognized for honorable mention all-conference. Six members of the team received MPSF All-Academic Honors, a testament to Fewing's emphasis on academics along with athletics.

Fewing was the head coach of the Seattle University men's soccer team from 1988 through the 2005 season, when he accumulated a record of 220-125-26 (.628) during his 18 seasons at the helm. He led Seattle U to the 1997 NAIA National Championship and the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship.

Most recently, Fewing was the head coach of the Kitsap Pumas of the Professional Development League (PDL) in 2010 and 2011, helping the Pumas win the 2011 PDL National Championship. He co-authored the book Coaching Principles for Development of Championship Teams, and he has been an analyst during the television broadcasts of Seattle Sounders FC matches.

"I am thrilled to have this opportunity to return to Seattle University," Fewing said. "My goal is to build the program to winning conference championships and competing in the NCAA Tournament."

Fewing was named NAIA National Coach of the Year in 1997 and NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year in 2004. He earned regional coach of the year honors five times and Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) coach of the year recognition three times. He guided the men's soccer program through the transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II, posting a 73-24-3 (.745) record in five seasons at the NCAA Division II level.

Year Wins Losses Ties Pct.
1988 3 11 0 .214
1989 8 6 2 .563
1990 9 11 0 .450
1991 13 6 1 .675
1992 8 8 2 .500
1993 8 8 3 .500
1994 13 9 0 .591
1995 14 7 3 .646
1996 13 9 2 .583
1997 25 1 2 .929
1998 16 6 3 .700
1999 7 9 4 .450
2000 10 10 1 .500
2001 16 6 0 .727
2002 11 6 2 .632
2003 11 6 0 .647
2004 22 0 1 .978
2005 13 6 0 .684
2012 3 13 1


2013 11 9 4



11 5 3 .735


245 152 34 .607
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