|Omaha Mavericks men's soccer|
|University||University of Nebraska Omaha|
|Head coach||Bob Warming (1st season)|
|Stadium||Al F. Caniglia Field |
|Colors||Crimson and Black|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|Conference Tournament championships|
|Conference Regular Season championships|
The men's varsity soccer program began ahead of the 2011 NCAA Division I men's soccer season, where Omaha competed as an independent school. Jason Mims was the first coach of the program, who managed the team for first seven seasons of the program's existence. In 2012, Omaha joined the Summit League, where it established itself as one of the top schools in the conference. In the 2016 Summit League Men's Soccer Tournament, Omaha reached the championship, before falling to eventual College Cup finalists, Denver. The following season, the Mavericks reached the final of the 2017 Summit League Men's Soccer Tournament, where they beat Denver in the championship, earning their first ever NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament berth. There, the Mavericks were eliminated in the first round by FIU.
On March 28, 2018, head coach Jason Mims resigned to accept to an administrative position with Major League Soccer club, Real Salt Lake. Mims was replaced by veteran manager, Bob Warming on April 2, 2018.
As of August 11, 2018
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Head Coach— Bob Warming
Assistant Coach— Nate Baker
Assistant Coach— Grant Warming
Goalkeeper Coach— Joseph Ghitis
Director of Soccer Operations— Ray Barajas
|Conference Champions||Conference Tournament Champions||NCAA Tournament Appearance|
|Season ||Head coach||Conference||Season results||Tournament results|
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