Cincinnati Bearcats men's soccer
The Cincinnati Bearcats men's soccer team represents the University of Cincinnati in all NCAA Division I men's college soccer competitions. Cincinnati presently competes in the American Athletic Conference, and has previously competed in various conferences, including the Big East Conference, Conference USA, the Great Midwest Conference and the Big Central Soccer Conference. The Bearcats play their home fixtures at Gettler Stadium on the University of Cincinnati campus in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati is currently coached by Hylton Dayes, a former player who has coached the Bearcats since 2001.
|University||University of Cincinnati|
|Head coach||Hylton Dayes (18th season)|
|Stadium||Gettler Stadium |
|Colors||Red and Black|
|NCAA Tournament Round of 32|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|1998, 2003, 2006|
|Conference Regular Season championships|
- For information on all University of Cincinnati sports, see Cincinnati Bearcats
|Big Central Soccer Conference (1988–1990)|
|1988||Bob Muro||12–7–2||3–2–1||3rd||BCSC Semifinal|
|1989||Bob Muro||14–4–1||5–1–0||1st||BCSC Semifinal|
|Big Central Total:||35–21–5||11–6–1|
|Great Midwest Conference (1991–1994)|
|1991||Bob Muro||9–12–1||2–2–1||3rd||GMC Final|
|1992||Bob Muro||10–11–0||2–3–0||4th||GMC Semifinal|
|1993||Bob Muro||9–9–3||1–2–2||5th||GMC First Round|
|1994||Bob Muro||3–14–1||1–5–0||6th||GMC First Round|
|Great Midwest Total:||31–46–5||6–12–3|
|Conference USA (1995–2004)|
Postseason invitational champion
NCAA Tournament results
|1998||11–5–3||N/A||Bloomington||First Round||Butler||L 0–1 (OT)|
|2003||10–4–6||N/A||1||First Round||Kentucky||T 0–0 L PK (OT)|
|2006||11–6–2||N/A||3||First Round||Northwestern||L 0–3|
- Brand Color (PDF). University of Cincinnati Branding Standards Manual. Retrieved July 31, 2017.
- "Cincinnati Men's Soccer History and Record Book" (PDF). gobearcats.com. Cincinnati Bearcats. October 10, 2017. pp. 13–17. Retrieved January 10, 2018.
- "NCAA Men's Soccer Championship Brackets" (PDF). fs.ncaa.org. National Collegiate Athletic Association. July 30, 2017. Retrieved January 7, 2018.