Courey Feerer teaches sociology and government classes at CCC.
Feerer was Head Men’s Soccer Coach at CCC for ten years and ended his tenure with an appearance at the NJCAA National Men's Soccer Tournament. In his final year as a coach, Courey had nine players named to the Jayhawk All-Conference Team including Offensive Player of the Year Paulo Claudio. Teammate Mike Dias was honored as an honorable mention NJCAA All-American.
Prior to 2010, he also served as the Head Women’s Soccer Coach for five years.
Last season, Feerer was named the 2013 Jayhawk Conference Coach of the Year after the Ravens finished as conference co-champions with an 8-2 mark in conference games. Coach Feerer has been named Jayhawk Conference Coach of the Year twice in the past three seasons. The Ravens tied the school record for wins as the team finished the year 15-5 overall. Eight players from the 2013 team were named to the All-Conference Team including two first team selections in forward Paulo Claudio and defender Odane Greensword. Claudio was named Conference Offensive Player of the Year and Greensword was named Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Claudio scored 24 goals which ranked him fourth in the nation.
Two years ago, Feerer guided the Ravens to their best ever season, setting a school record for wins with a 15-2-2 season. The Ravens shared the Jayhawk Conference title with Cloud County and finished as Region VI runner-up to Cloud County, dropping the region championship match 2-1 in an epic battle. Feerer was named Jayhawk Conferece Coach of the Year in 2011. He had eight players named All-Conference and had a player named third team NJCAA All-American, Shannon Grant.
In 2007, he guided the women's soccer to their first winning season in school history.
In 2006, Feerer led an upstart Ravens men's program to the NJCAA region 6 Championship in the program's second year of existence. After a slow start, the young Ravens went 9-3-1 in their final 13 games finishing with the programs first 10 win season. In the postseason, the Ravens outpaced Garden City 2-0, and Allen County 2-1, to bring home the program's first hardware. The season ended in the Plains District Sectional as the Ravens fell to eventual National Champion Jefferson College.
Prior to Coffeyville, Feerer was the head soccer coach at Allen County Community College in Iola, Kansas were he had led the Red Devil soccer team from 2000 through 2004. Through the 2012 season, Feerer has an all-time career men's soccer coaching record of 102-138-15.
Feerer has a master's degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and has also taught history and political sciences courses at Allen County and at Coffeyville.
Feerer graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Rio Grande (Ohio) in 1996 where he played goalkeeper for the NAIA national power Redmen. He also has experience with the Topeka Select Soccer Club, and as a staff coach with the boy’s Kansas Olympic Development Program. Courey is married to Pam who works in the college's financial aid office.
M.A. University of Central Oklahoma
B.S. University of Rio Grande
2011 Jayhawk Conference Coach of the Year
2013 Jayhawk Conference Coach of the Year