Scott Myers joined the Illinois State soccer staff as an assistant coach in January of 2017.

Myers comes to ISU from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he was the Kohawk head women’s soccer coach from 2013-16. During his time at Coe, Myers earned 2016 Iowa Conference Coach of the Year. The Kohawks were regionally ranked No. 1 and nationally ranked No. 15 in 2015 by the NSCAA. He produced the program’s first all-region player in 2014 along with all-conference players. He recruited over 50 student-athletes at Coe with a 95 percent retention rate during his time there.

A 2001 graduate of Coe College, Myers was the head coach at Menlo College from 2010-13. During his time at Menlo, he led the Oaks to their first postseason appearance in school history. He also coached 11 First Team All-Cal Pac Conference players. The Oaks also had three Cal Pac Defenders of the Year, two Newcomers of the Year and a Player of the Year. He also led the Oaks to the highest regular-season win total in program history while developing strength and conditioning and player development programs.

Along with various club teams, Myers was an assistant coach at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University from 2008-10 and at the University of Redlands from 2006-08. While at Embry Riddle, the team qualified for the NAIA National Tournament in 2008 and 2009. He also developed and coordinated strength and conditioning and nontraditional-season training programs.

To go with his Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Secondary Teaching from Coe in 2001, Myers earned his Masters in Higher Education from Redlands in 2008, where he was an assistant coach. At Redlands, Myers served as the recruiting coordinator and also developed and implemented nontraditional-season training plans.

He holds a USSF National C License, NSCAA Goalkeeping Diplomas at levels I, II and III, NSCAA National Distinguish Pass license, NSCA Advanced National Distinguish Pass license and a NSCAA Premier Diploma.