Coe College

Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Iowa Midwest
Private Small Developing team

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Scott Myers

Myers took over the Kohawk women's soccer program in the summer of 2013. Myers took over for Homer Screws, who remained on staff as the men's soccer head coach. Kelsey Fauser earned All-Iowa Conference honors in Myer's first season as head coach.


A 2001 graduate of Coe College, Myers was most recently the head coach at Menlo College for three years. 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.


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, they qualified for the NAIA National Tournament in 2008 and 2009.


To go with his Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Secondary Teaching from Coe, Myers earned his Masters in Higher Education from Redlands in 2008. He also 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.

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Jenny Snook

Assistant Coach - 3rd Season

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Graham Hampton

Assistant Coach - 2nd Season

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Matt Jenatscheck

Assistant Coach - 2nd Season

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Homer Screws

Homer Screws took over the Coe men's soccer team in the fall of 2007, after holding the post from 1992-1998. During his first stint, the team made it to the Midwest Conference finals in 1995. Screws also served as the women's head coach during his second stint. Screws took the Kohawk men to the Iowa Conference Tournament in 2010, while taking the women in 2009 and 2010. Screws has coached 11 All-Iowa Conference performers on the men's side.

Screws is a native of Tacoma, Wash. where he was a standout youth and high school all-state player. He played collegiate soccer at nationally ranked Warner-Pacific College in Portland, Ore. Screws had a five-season professional career in which he played in more than 100 indoor and outdoor games for teams including the Tacoma Stars, Portland Timbers and the Atlanta Attack. Unfortunately, he suffered a career-ending knee injury and has focused on coaching ever since.


Screws has had success coaching youth players and various competitive teams over the last 20 years. Some of the most notable coaching accomplishments include several state championships, two appearances at the Region 2 semifinals, and coaching a club team with a national ranking as high as ninth in the country. However, if asked, he is most proud of the hundreds of individual accomplishments in which he has been part or had some influence. Literally hundreds of his players have gone on to compete at NCAA Divisions I, II, III and NAIA levels, with over 100 that were State ODP players, more than 20 Regional ODP players and several national team members. Most important to Screws is that several of his former players have been inspired to and are now coaching club, high school and college soccer.

Coach Screws' mission is to "develop a winning, positive culture of soccer of which current, past and future players can be proud." Furthermore, he believes the relationships developed by working toward a common goal will last far longer and mean more than any result on the playing field.

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