Miles Maynard
Clemson University
Miles Maynard
Assistant Volunteer Coach
Division 1

Miles Maynard joined the Clemson University Womens Soccer coaching staff prior to the 2018 season and is entering his second season as Volunteer Assistant Coach in 2019. Since joining the staff, the tigers have had a 23-16-2 record. In 2018, the Tigers reached the semi-finals of the ACC conference tournament and a trip to the NCAA tournament. In 2019, the Tigers made it to the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament and to the second round of the NCAA tournament.   He also has coaching experience, working as Head Coach of C.C. Griffin Middle School girls soccer in 2014.   Maynard played goalkeeper at Pfeiffer University during the 2013 season. There the team reached the semifinals of the Conference Carolinas Conference Tournament. He then transferred to the University of South Carolina-Aiken for the 2014 & 2015 season. In 2014, the Pacers were runners up in the Peach Belt Conference Championship. The Pacers made the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time in program history and finished with the best record in program history 14-6-1. In 2015, the Pacers made it to the Quarterfinals of the Peach Belt Conference Tournament.   The Suwanee, Georgia native played club soccer at United Futbol Academy and attended Lambert High School. In 2012, the boys soccer team at Lambert won the GHSA 4A State Championship going 23-0-0. The 2012 team was also named NSCAA (USC) National Champions. Maynard won the Most Improved Player Award in 2013.   Maynard graduated from Clemson University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and is completing a Master of Science degree in Athletic Leadership from Clemson University graduating in August of 2020.   Maynard holds a United States Soccer Federation D License and a United Soccer Coaches Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma.