Head Soccer Coach
Coach Richard Duffy enters his fifth season as the men's soccer coach at Rocky Mountain College. He is a 2000 graduate of the University of Mary and was a third team All-American selection for the Marauder's in 1999. Coach Duffy began his coaching career at the University of Mary as a graduate assistant while he completed his master's degree in management. In 2001 he moved to Billings to continue his coaching career as an assistant for the women's program. In his first year with the program the team increased their win total by seven games.
In 2012, Coach Duffy led the men's program to their first ever national tournament appearance in only their fourth year of existence.
Coach Duffy has also led the women's program at RMC for the previous 11 years and coached them to their first national tournament appearance in 2008. Coach Duffy will serve as a the Director of Soccer Operations this fall.
Coach Duffy holds an "A" license from the United States Soccer Federation and also a Premier Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He is married to wife Kelly and is the father of four sons, Jordan (16), Charlie (4), Lewis (2), and Henry (1).
Coach Dickerson will be entering his eighth season with the RMC Battlin' Bears. He has previously been an assistant with the women's program but will move to the men's side, now moving into their fifth season of competition. He is a 2001 graduate of Seattle Pacific University where he was awarded All-Conference, All-Region, and also the team MVP award in 2000. Coach Dickerson's coaching experience includes a season as assistant coach at Montana State University Billings and has coached at a variety of youth levels in the state of Washington.
Coach Dickerson is married to wife Natalie and is the father of two children, Lily (6) and Elijah (1).
Coach Voisey will begin his first season as an assistant coach for the Battlin' Bears. Coach Voisey was a member of the inaugural men's soccer program in 2009. In that time, Voisey was a four-year starter, culminating with a Frontier Conference title, the Frontier/Trans South title, and the program's first appearance at the National Championships. He graduated in May 2013 with a double major in business management and sport management and will join Coach Dickerson as an assistant coach for this coming season.Coach Voisey has been heavily involved in coaching in the community, having coached three years at Magic City and also been involved with local high schools.