Mike Lavergne

Mike Lavergne – South Texas ISOA

The NISOA Referee of the Week is a recognition for our highest performing members throughout the country. Our first NISOA Referee of the Week is Mike Lavergne from the South Texas ISOA.

Mike hails from San Antonio, TX and was nominated by his local chapter contact and vice president Terry (Lane) Burris Sr. Mike has been a member of NISOA since 2009.  He has participated as a referee at the 2016 Division III Men’s Final Four Championship and the 2017 Division II Men’s Final Four Semifinal. He currently officiates in the following conferences; ACC, Big 12, Big East, CUSA, Pac 12, SEC, Southland, Sunbelt, and WCC.

Being a former Division I player at University of Evansville, Mike recently took charge of two Division 1 matches featuring the University of North Carolina vs. Ohio State University (women) and Florida International University vs. Elon (men). He is noted for having an exceptional “feel” for the game as well as management of players. Mike is active in his local and regional soccer community by working tirelessly as a mentor for the next wave of outstanding NISOA officials.

Congratulations to Mike Lavergne for this well deserved recognition.

9 Responses to “2018 NISOA Referee of the Week Announcement for Week 1”

  1. Lance VanHaitsma Lance VanHaitsma says:

    Cheers Mike! Keep up the great work!


  2. Diana Esquivel says:

    Congratulations Mike!
    Well deserved.

  3. Charles Farr says:

    Way to go big guy!

  4. Ryan Cigich says:

    Well deserved Mike!

  5. G.Rios says:

    Well done Mr. Lavergne and cheers from San Jose, CA!


  6. VERO BRITO says:

    Congratulations Mike!

    Keep working hard, well deserved.

  7. Matt Jackson says:

    Congrats Mike! Well done!

  8. Rick Blackburn says:

    Well done Mike! Great example to follow.

  9. David Johnson says:

    Congratulations Mike! What are the three most important considerations you share with new college soccer referees?

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