Harold Muñoz
Angelo State University
Harold Muñoz
Assistant Coach
harold.munoz@angelo.edu
Angelo State
Division 2

Coach Muñoz finished his second season at Angelo State by helping the Belles to a Lone Star Conference Tournament Championship and a first round appearance at the NCAA tournament.  In 2017, coach Munoz helped lead the Belles to a Lone Star regular season Championship and first round appearance at the NCAA tournament Prior to arriving at Angelo State, Muñoz spent one semester as the head women's soccer coach at Georgia Southwestern State University. During his one season with the Division II program, Muñoz improved the team's win/loss record and also led the program to its highest scoring season in eight years. "I've known Harold for a long time and he has a lot of good head coaching and assistant experience," McCorkle said. "I think he's going to hit the ground running in recruiting and his on-field knowledge is excellent. He's just going to bring a great sense of excitement and passion to the program."   Before working at Georgia Southwestern, Muñoz was an assistant coach at Mercer from 2014 to 2016, helping lead the team to a Southern Conference Tournament Championship and a school record 14 wins in 2014. The performance earned the Bears an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.   Prior to his time at Mercer, Muñoz was the head men's coach in the Lone Star Conference at Eastern New Mexico. During his six seasons with the Greyhounds the team only finished with a losing record in its first year, and Muñoz won the Lone Star Conference Championship and set school record for most wins and  fewest goals allowed in a season. Muñoz had worked at ENMU earlier in his career as a graduate assistant for the men's team while McCorkle was the head of both programs for the Greyhounds.   Prior to being the head coach at Eastern New Mexico, Muñoz was the head women's soccer coach and the associate head womens soccer coach at NAIA member Midland University. In the 2007 season, he led the Warriors to a runner-up finish in the Great Plains Athletic Conference Championship.   Muñoz played collegiate soccer at William Woods University from 1998-2002 where he was a First Team All-American Midwest Conference selection. He went on to obtain a Master's of Science in Physical Education while serving as a graduate assistant coach at Eastern New Mexico. A Bogotá, Colombia native, Muñoz also played semi-professionally in the Canadian Professional Soccer League with North York Astros and in the Premier Development League with the Sioux Falls Spitfire. Muñoz currently holds a Premier Diploma as well as a Goalkeeping Level I & II diplomas from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.