Doane University

Doane College Athletics
1014 Boswell Ave Crete, NE 68333
NAIA Nebraska Midwest
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Jeff Voight

Jeff Voigt took over the Doane Men's & Women's Soccer programs in 2012. Prior to Doane, had coached club teams in the Omaha-metro area. In November 2014, it was announced that Doane would separate the coaching duties with Voigt overseeing the men's program.


While coaching both programs in his first year as Doane coach, he guided the women's team to the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Tournament title with a 3-0 win at Hastings. The victory gave the Tigers their first berth to the NAIA National Tournament. The men's team qualified for the semifinals of the GPAC in his first year, marking the first time both teams advanced past the first round in the same season. Under Coach Voigt, Doane has had 41 All-Conference players, 34 Scholar Athletes, and 1 NAIA Scholar Team honor.


Voigt has an impressive resume that includes a strong background in club soccer in the Omaha area. His college background in coaching includes assistant positions at Bellevue University, where he helped establish the first Bruins team, and at Nebraska Wesleyan University.


Voigt played collegiate soccer at Shoreline Community College as well as baseball. He then went to Central Washington University to play baseball and was a member of their NAIA World Series team in 1988. He earned is bachelor's degree from Doane.


He was an assistant coach at Bellevue University from 1995-97 and the Bruins won their first conference title in 1997. He helped with Nebraska Wesleyan from 2003-05, specifically working with goal keeper development. From 1992 until now, Voigt has worked with club soccer teams.


Jeff’s daughter, Meghan, was a member of the women’s squad and his step-son, Isaac, was a member of the men’s squad at Doane during Voigt's first three seasons. He and his wife, Leslie, reside in Omaha.

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