Joe McNab has been a part of the Oglethorpe women's soccer staff since 2016. He serves as an assistant coach and the director of summer camps.
Hailing from Manchester, England, McNab has been a part of the Atlanta area soccer community since 2005. He worked for Chiefs Futbol Club from 2009 through 2017, and was a founding member of the organization. He served as the technical director, the boys' academy director and a boys' and girls' select head coach. Before that, he worked for the Tucker Youth Soccer Association from 2005 through 2008, serving as the assistant director of coaching, a boys' and girls' select and academy head coach, the director of the organization's junior academy, and the summer and winter camp director.
McNab enjoyed an extensive playing career, extending over 100 games and two continents. He played for both Manchester City and Portsmouth in England from 1994 through 2001 before coming to the United States and winning a USL national championship with the Utah Blitzz in Salt Lake City in 2001. He won his second USL championship in as many years with the Long Island Rough Riders in 2002, and also played for the USL's Syracuse Salty Dogs and Wilmington Hammerheads. He briefly moved back to England to play for Woking in 2003-04, helping the squad to the South East England League championship that season.
McNab holds a coaching certificate from the Football Association in England, and is currently pursuing a business degree at Oglethorpe. He lives in Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood with his wife, Corene.