Sam Taylor enters his second season as Southwestern Christian University’s head women’s soccer coach
He was named head coach at the conclusion of the 2015 season after spending two years as an assistant with the SCU men and women. Taylor replaced Greg Andrews who started the program in 2010.
Taylor, a native of Nottingham, England, has spent the past two seasons as the goalkeepers coach for the Eagles and worked with the Lady Eagles in 2015. In addition to his work at SCU, he has also coached for the Norman Youth Soccer Association for the past two years and owns his own private coaching company called Taylor Made Soccer Skills.
Before coaching, Taylor played at SCU for three seasons and was an NCCAA second-team all-Region selection. He spent time playing for Notts County Football Club and coached with Nottingham Forest Football Club prior to coming to SCU.
Record at SCU