The Morris Catholic Boys Soccer program is steeped in history as a New Jersey soccer powerhouse. Under the guidance of famed Coach Wally Mueller, the MC Boys Soccer team began their Non-Public “B” state dominance in 1992 and 1993 winning their first 2 NJ State Championships. Coach Mueller followed that up with a further 8 state championships including 7 in a row from 1998-2005. Morris Catholic also won multiple Conference Titles and Morris County Titles during Coach Mueller’s reign.
Following his retirement, the program went through its transitional growing pains and in 2017 under the first-year guidance of Head Coach Duncan Swanwick, the program burst back to life, capturing the NJAC Conference, Non-Public “B” North Sectional and Non-Public “B” State Championships again with the team finishing an impressive 18-2-1 and had one of its players break the NJ state assist record.
The MC Boys Soccer program is here to allow for all soccer players to have the chance to enjoy soccer, while offering a professional environment for our top players to develop and move on to play soccer at the next level. We gear our program to ensure all our players who want to play soccer in college have the chance to do that and with over 15 D1, D2 and D3 college coaches coming to watch our team play in 2017 alone, we enable our players to have the best platform to showcase their abilities.
The MC Boys soccer program is currently a top 5 Non-Public School Soccer Program and under the guidance of Coach Swanwick and assistant Coach Kim Miller, a former D1 standout soccer player at South Carolina, is now a perennial favorite in the NJAC Conference and Non-Public “B” State Championship picture.