Oklahoma City University alum Nathan Doll joins the Stars soccer program as an assistant coach. Doll will assist OCU coach Brian Harvey in all aspects of both the men’s and women’s soccer programs. He spent 2013 as a graduate assistant for Harvey. Doll, of Tulsa, Okla., played four seasons with the Stars from 2009-12. The 6-foot-1 defender scored three goals and passed out eight assists in 62 career appearances for OCU. As a senior, Doll spearheaded Oklahoma City to six shutouts while starting all 19 matches. The Stars posted four straight winning seasons and a record of 42-22-12 during Doll’s tenure as a player. Doll became a two-time CoSIDA academic all-district selection while earning a degree in exercise science. On the prep level, Doll became an Oklahoma Coaches Association all-stater and Tulsa World all-metro performer while producing 41 goals and 25 assists in his career at Tulsa Washington. On the club circuit, Doll was a member of seven state championship teams and two regional title teams.
Oklahoma City University (Star)