Steve Bode
Steve  Bode

Last College:
UW-Milwaukee, 2008

Assistant Coach


2012 Preseason Prospectus

Defending division champs return eight starters


Bennett's Players In The Pros


Marquette, Mallace Garner Major BIG EAST Men's Soccer Awards

Divisional champions recognized at annual awards dinner


Senior Banquet

2010 Senior Banquet

Email Coach Bode

Steve Bode returns for his eighth season as assistant coach with the Marquette University men's soccer program in 2015. In 2014, Bode was recognized as one of the nation's top Division I assistant coaches according to

Bode was a member of the Golden Eagles staff that earned BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year honors in 2011 after claiming their first BIG EAST Conference championship. In 2012, Marquette earned the No. 7 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, its first NCAA postseason appearance since 1997.

In 2013, Bode assisted an Marquette squad that reached its first-ever Sweet 16 prior to falling to Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Tournament. The postseason run capped an accomplished season that featured BIG EAST regular season and tournament championships.

Along with coaching the Golden Eagles, Bode serves as a scout for the US Soccer Federation, observing local talent in the Milwaukee and Chicago areas for Team USA. Bode currently holds his USSF "B" coaching license.

Bode graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2008, where he was recruited by current MU head coach Louis Bennett, who was then head coach of the Panthers. Bode earned a Master's degree in Educational Policy and Leadership from Marquette University in 2011.

He was named the Milwaukee Panthers' Male Athlete of the Year and was also selected to receive the Herman Kluge Award, an annual honor given for academic and athletic achievement and dedication to community service, following the 2007-08 season.

Twice Bode was named Milwaukee's Most Valuable Player. He started all 83 games he played in his career. In 2003 and 2005, Bode matched a single-season school-record starting 23 games for the Panthers.

Named the Horizon League's Newcomer of the Year after the 2003 season, Bode red-shirted in 2004 and went on to earn Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors in 2005 after finishing the season with a career-high 11 points on five goals and one assist as a defender.

Bode, the anchor of Milwaukee's defensive units, helped guide the Panthers to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in each of his first two seasons on the field. Milwaukee also captured two Horizon League regular season championships and three Horizon League Tournament titles.

The Panthers won a total of 43 games in the four seasons Bode played. After wrapping up his career at Milwaukee, Bode was drafted by Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire in the 2008 MLS supplemental draft, and he was also taken by the Milwaukee Wave. As a professional, Bode played in reserve games with the Fire.

Bode and his wife Ashley were married in 2009 and they reside in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Steve and Ashley welcomed their first child, Miles James Bode, into their family on Nov. 14, 2013.


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