Rockwood named Regional Coach of the Year

(Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah - BYU women's soccer head coach Jennifer Rockwood has been named the NSCAA West Regional Head Coach of the Year. 

Rockwood led the Cougars to a 20-2-2 record this year for its most successful overall season in program history. BYU made its first run back to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight since the 2003 campaign and won its first outright West Coast Conference title while achieving its highest ranking ever, a No. 2 national ranking in the final regular season poll. 

The 2012-13 squad produced two NSCAA All-Americans, five NCAA All-Region winners and one Hermann Trophy Finalist. 

Rockwood has accumulated an overall 293-84-31 record to make her the No. 6 winningest active head coach in the NCAA Division I. In her 18-year tenure, Rockwood has guided the Cougars to eight conference titles and 14 appearances in the postseason NCAA tournament. 

Click here for a full list of Regional Coaches of the Year. 

The National Coach of the Year honors will be announced in mid-January. 

Coach Rockwood's Year-by-Year Results
Year Record Conf. Finish Nat. Rank NCAA tourney
1995 11-8-1 WAC 3rd N/A N/A
1996 22-1-0 WAC 1st* 13 N/A
1997 19-4-0 WAC 2nd 12 17th
1998 20-5-0 WAC 2nd 12 9th
1999 21-4-0 MWC 1st* 14 17th
2000 19-4-1 MWC 1st* 10 9th
2001 14-7-1 MWC 1st* 19 17th
2002 16-6-0 MWC 1st* 23 32rd
2003 16-7-3 MWC 2nd 14 5th
2004 7-10-4 MWC 2nd N/A N/A
2005 15-2-4 MWC 2nd 23 32nd
2006 13-3-4 MWC 2nd N/A N/A
2007 14-3-2 MWC 1st* N/A N/A
2008 18-5-1 MWC 1st* 19 N/A
2009 18-4-2 MWC 1st 13 N/A
2010 16-3-3 MWC 2nd* 17 N/A
2011 11-5-3 WCC 4th N/A N/A
2012 20-2-2 WCC 1st* 2 5th
  273-82-29  

*conference championship