|Title:||Assistant Men's Soccer Coach|
|College:||Clemson University, 2002|
Lee Ibrahim is in his third season as assistant coach for the Regis Men's Soccer program. Ibrahim was instrumental in helping the Rangers to a historical season in 2010 and, with his soccer knowledge, will continue to develop all-america talent in 2012.
He has helped Regis to two of the best seasons in school history the past two seasons. The Rangers have gone 27-7-5 (.756) including an NCAA Tournament berth in 2010.
Ibrahim came to Regis after eight years working in his family collegiate souveneir and apparel business in his hometown of Clemson, S.C. Ibrahim played two seasons at NCAA Division I Clemson University, one of the most storied programs in men's soccer. Clemson is tied for eighth all-time with 26 national tournament appearances including a 1998 appearance in which Ibrahim was a part of. Ibrahim graduated in the spring of 2002 from Clemson.
Ibrahim comes from a coaching pedigree and is thankful to be back in the soccer community. Ibrahim's father, I.M. Ibrahim, is the most successful coach in Clemson University history. Ibrahim has the most wins, 388, at Clemson which is second most in ACC history. His father guided the Tigers to two NCAA Division I National Championships in 1984 and 1987.
Lee spent one season prior to Regis at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, S.C. as assistant men's soccer coach.