Varsity Soccer was added to the program in the fall of 1998, under the direction of David Boyd. It began as a co-ed sport, with a full schedule of matches. The first season of Calvert soccer produced the most wins (7) in its short history. In 1999, the Seneca Soccer squad played their matches at the newly refurbished National Machinery Field at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. (Tiffin Stadium) Following that season, Boyd resigned. Eduardo Siguenza took over the program in 2000. After the 2001 season Eduardo Siguenza resigned and Bill Basel took over as head coach for the 2002 season. Basel resigned and Jeremy Bliss became the head coach for the 2003 season. In 2004, Howard Stultz III became the head coach. In his third season, the Senecas took home the school’s first ever Sectional title. Stultz’s fourth and final season brought another sectional championship, and the team also tied the wins record. Pete Kerr took over the program in 2008, producing the best ever season record and a sectional title. 2009 brought a fourth straight sectional title.