Men's Coaching Staff
Former Oklahoma Christian goalkeeper Josh Miller is in the first year of his third stint as an assistant at his alma mater, with a primary focus on working with the Eagles’ netminders.
Miller played for OC from 1997 to 2001 before embarking on a pro career that included stops at Trafford FC and Leigh RMI FC in England, the Cascade Surge of the United Soccer League and West Sydney FC in Australia.
Miller’s first stint as an OC assistant was from 2006 to 2010, and he also spent the 2014 season on the Eagles' staff. He also has worked as a coach at Edmond North High School, Ambassadors FC in England and West Sydney Academy in Australia.
Jacob McCoy, a former collegiate player and high school coach, joined the Oklahoma Christian soccer staff as an assistant coach for the 2016 season.
After playing high school soccer in McLoud, McCoy played for Hillsdale Baptist (now Randall University) in 2006 and 2007, leading them to consecutive National Christian College Athletic Association regional championships.
While still in college, he began coaching high school and club soccer in Midwest City and since has worked both at Midwest City High School and with the Midwest City Soccer Club. McCoy has a national D Coaching License from U.S. Soccer. The position at OC is his first at the collegiate level.
Neil Hilton is entering the third season of his second stint on the OC men's soccer staff in 2017, after spending two seasons as an assistant coach for OC's women's team and the 2012 season as a student assistant for the Eagles.
Hilton, 29, enjoyed a stellar four-year playing career as a midfielder for the Eagles. He earned All-Sooner Athletic Conference second-team honors as a junior and All-SAC first-team honors as a senior.
The Liverpool, England, native tied a single-season school record with 11 assists in 2011 and added six goals, helping the Eagles post an 8-6-4 mark and reach the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament. A four-year starter, Hilton finished his OC career with 20 goals and 25 assists.
During his playing career, Hilton also worked three seasons as an assistant boys and girls coach at Yukon High School. He just finished his third season as Yukon’s boys head coach.