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Head Men's Soccer Coach
Jeremy Bonomo was named the head coach of the Green Bay men’s soccer program on Dec. 28, 2014. Bonomo, who served as a top assistant at the University of Cincinnati from 2010-2014, brought five years of coaching experience as an assistant coach at the top Division I level and three years as a head coach at the Division II level.
In just his third year at the helm of the Phoenix men's soccer program, Bomono led Green Bay to one of its best seasons in program history and delivered the first-ever Horizon League regular season championship. The Phoenix finished 7-1-1 in the nine-game conference season and won the league by three points. Bonomo was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year in recognition of his and the program's accomplishments during the 2017 season.
In the 2016 campaign, Bonomo led the Green Bay men's soccer team to the Horizon League men's soccer tournament for the first time since the 2011 season. The Phoenix secured the postseason appearance by winning three of its last four games to close out the regular season. The Phoenix finished with 14 points in the league slate, its highest total in the previous four years.
His first season with the Phoenix offered stability and glimpses of what the future holds for the men’s soccer program.
The 2015 season provided Green Bay with the longest unbeaten streak since 2011, the highest conference finish since 2011, the fewest goals allowed since 2010, and numerous notable wins.
The first feather in his staff’s cap came in his first home game at Aldo Santaga Stadium on Aug. 30, 2015, when Green Bay defeated the Drake Bulldogs by a final score of 1-0. The Bulldogs would go on to become a NCAA Tournament participant.
Later in the season, perhaps most importantly, the Phoenix was able to defeat two of its in-state rivals, both in comeback fashion against the University of Wisconsin on Sept. 30 (W, 3-2) and in dominating fashion against Milwaukee on Oct. 14 (W, 2-0) to retain the Chancellor’s Cup. It marked its first undefeated season against those two programs since 2010.
Bonomo displayed a proven ability to recruit while at Cincinnati, securing six top-100 recruits, five high school All-Americans and one junior college All-American, two state players of the year and two members of youth national teams. Bonomo played a vital role in developing the 2011 recruiting class for the Bearcats, which was ranked 28th nationally. Additionally, Bonomo was responsible for recruiting six of TopDrawerSoccer.com's Top 100 Freshmen throughout his stint at UC.
Most recently, three of Bonomo’s recruits inked contracts to play at the next level, two of which were chosen in the 2016 MLS Draft. Emmanuel Appiah was selected by the Colorado Rapids as the 15th overall pick and John Manga was also picked by the Colorado Rapids as the 63rd overall selection. In addition, Alejandro Garcia joined the Orlando City B of the United Soccer League.
Prior to his arrival at UC, Bonomo spent three seasons as the head coach at Assumption College. The Greyhounds held a 2-13-2 record before Bonomo's tenure began, but he finished his stint at Assumption with a 9-6-3 record in 2009 that included a final No. 10 ranking in the NSCAA East Regional Ranking. He developed seven all-conference, two all-region and one player of the year with the Greyhounds, while being named the conference’s Coach of the Year in 2009.
Bonomo began his career as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at New Hampshire College. In his final season, the Penmen advanced to the NE-10 Semifinals and the NCAA New England Regional.
Bonomo played collegiately at New Hampshire College, where he captained teams that posted a 62-14-10 record during his career that included three NCAA Tournaments, two NCAA quarterfinal appearances and the 2002 National Runner-Up. New Hampshire College also made four Northeast-10 Conference playoff appearances and earned two league championships.
In addition to playing soccer on the collegiate level, Bonomo was a member of the PDL's Cape Cod Crusaders' national champion team in 2003 and the USL's Western-Mass Pioneers in 2005.
Bonomo graduated from New Hampshire College cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2002 and received his master’s degree in business administration with a certificate in Operations Management from in 2006. He holds a United States Soccer Federation `A' License.
Assistant Men's Soccer Coach
John O'Reilly joined the Phoenix staff in 2015 after a two-year stint at Georgetown. He will assist in all aspects of the men's soccer program.
In 2013, O'Reilly helped the Hoyas return to the NCAA Tournament as the sixth-overall seed before falling in the Sweet 16. Along the way, the Blue & Gray won the program's fourth BIG EAST Regular Season Championship, advanced to the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship and spent the entire season in the national rankings. The squad set a new program record in shutouts with 12 and led the country in shutout percentage (0.67) as well as ranking second in save percentage (0.884) and team GAA (0.46).
Individually, the Hoyas had two All-Americans in Steve Neumann and Brandon Allen. Neumann went on to be the No. 4 overall draft pick in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft and classmate Joey Dillon followed in the third round. In the BIG EAST, the team garnered five All-BIG EAST honors and had the Offensive, Midfielder and Goalkeeper of the Year as well as the BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year. As an assistant coach and the recruiting director at Babson, the Beavers posted a record of 60-17-10 while winning a pair of NEWMAC titles and receiving four-consecutive NCAA Tournament berths including trips to the Sweet 16 in 2010 and 2011.
O'Reilly graduated from Lehigh University where he was a two-time all-conference and all-region selection while earning team MVP, Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year and NSCAA First Team All-America. In fall of 2006, he helped lead the Mountain Hawks to a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
O'Reilly's professional experience includes the Cincinnati Kings in Ohio and the Vaerlose Boldklub in Denmark. As an amateur and youth player he won a Super Y-League National Championship with the Boston Bulldogs and a PDL National Championship with the Cape Cod Crusaders.