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Coffeyville Community College

Coffeyville Community College Athletics
400 W 11th Coffeyville, KS 67337
NJCAA Kansas Midwest
Public Small Competitive team

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Jerrid Schicke

Jerrid Schicke took over as the Head Women's Soccer Coach in 2014 and also as the Head Men's Soccer Coach at Coffeyville Community College in 2015. From 2015 to the present Coach Schicke has been the head soccer coach for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Coffeyville Community College.


Coach Schicke has guided the Red Raven women’s program to a 61-47-3 record (.549 win %) from the 2014 season through the 2019 season.


On the men’s side for the Red Ravens, Coach Schicke has an overall record of 20-59-7 (.232 win %).


During the 2019 season, Coach Schicke had for women earn All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference honors.


Previous to Coffeyville, Jerrid started the women's soccer program at Pratt Community College and served four seasons as head coach before moving on to Coffeyville.


Jerrid coached at fellow Jayhawk conference school Independence Community College for two seasons before starting the program at Pratt.


His playing college career started at Bethel College, helping the Threshers to a Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) championship appearance. While there, he was the team's second leading scorer before a medical setback sidelined him for two seasons.


Jerrid resumed his college career as the captain of Coffeyville Community College's inaugural men's soccer team in 2005. After a strong year competing in the Jayhawk Conference, Jerrid transferred to the University of Sioux Falls, S. D. for the 2006 and 2007 seasons. Jerrid recorded seven goals and six assists in his collegiate career and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in History from the University of Sioux Falls in 2008.


Jerrid has a USSF national "D" license and completed his Master in Education/Sports Psychology in the Spring of 2011.


Jerrid and his wife, Andrea, are the proud parents of two daughters, Rozlyn Dee (2019) Layla Jo (2015).

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Keelan Barker

Coach Barker was a member of the Red Raven men's program from 2013-2015. While playing at Coffeyville, Keelan captained the team to a conference title, regional title and the Red Ravens's first-ever national tournament appearance. Keelan holds the record for the most wins in a single season.


After Coffeyville, Keelan moved to NCAA D1 school Purdue University Fort Wayne where he also was captain of the team that broke the school record for most wins in a single season. Keelan graduated from Purdue Fort Wayne with a bachelor's in business management. After graduating, Keelan had the opportunity to play for IMG Academy in the USL.


After his playing career, Keelan moved on to coach at Eastern Oregon University where he helped them make the playoffs for the first time in program history in his first season. In his second season, they made the conference finals as well as making it to the national tournament, again for the first time in program history.


On his move back to Coffeyville Coach Barker said that "I am very excited to be back at a program that gave me so much, and look forward to making it one of the best programs in the country once again."

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David Schlesinger

Coach David Schlesinger joined the CCC Soccer staff in the Spring of 2021.


Coach Schlesinger's playing career started in 2015 at San Bernardino Valley College, where he played for three years. After redshirting his first year, he captained the team and helped the Wolverines win back-to-back Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championships in 2016 and 2017. In 2017 Schlesinger earned PCAC all-conference honorable mention and graduated with his A.A. from SBVC in 2018.


After SBVC, Schlesinger transferred to Adams State University. Following starting my junior year, he tore his ACL and had reconstructive surgery. Schlesinger was forced to redshirt his senior year and joined the coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach. Due to COVID-19, he was unable to compete in my final season. Schlesinger graduated from ASU in 2020 with his B.S in Sport and Recreation Management and minor in coaching.


In addition to playing collegiately, Schlesinger has played in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) with So Cal SC, and in the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) with Inland Empire F.C.

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