Millsaps College

Millsaps College Athletics
1701 N State St Jackson, MS 39210
Division 3 Mississippi Southeast
Private Very Small Developing team

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Steve Voltz

After spending two seasons as the assistant to Lee Johnson, Steve Voltz was named the Millsaps Head Men's Soccer coach in 2013.


Voltz led the Majors to their first Southern Athletic Association (SAA) tournament championship and first NCAA tournament appearance in program history 2015. During that season, Millsaps set a program record for wins with 15.


During the 2016 season, Voltz coached seven of his players to all-conference honors. Including Nico Roth, who was named a first team performer.


Under Voltz, The Majors soccer program has been built from the ground up and they have had sustained success in recent years. Millsaps won the SAA regular season crown in both 2013 and 2014, the 2013 season included an appearance in the SAA tournament championship game.


Prior to Millsaps, Voltz was an assistant coach at Tusculum College in Tennessee in 2009 and head coach in 2010. He helped lead the Pioneers to a No. 5 ranking and the 2009 South Atlantic Conference Championship. Voltz also coached three All-Americans during his time at Tusculum.


Voltz also has had the opportunity to be a staff coach for the Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama Olympic Development Programs dating back to 2008.


In 2008, Voltz became the Head Women's Soccer coach at Huntingdon College in Alabama. He led the Hawks to a Great South Atlantic Conference Tournament appearance.


Prior to Huntingdon, Voltz served as an assistant coach at NCAA Division II member Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. During his tenure, the team posted a 29-12-2 record and advanced to at least the semifinal round of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournament each year. They were ranked as high as No. 3 in the NSCAA National Coaching Polls.


Voltz is a native of Offenbach, Germany and graduated from the University of Florida in 1999 with an undergraduate degree in language and literary studies and his Masters in German and literary studies. Voltz was a three-year starter on the men's soccer team and played in three Southeastern Conference tournaments.


Voltz is a certified coach with the NSCAA and the United States Soccer Foundation. He also has earned NSCAA Premier, National, and Advanced National diplomas.

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Christopher Harwick

Christopher Harwick enters his third season as an assistant coach for the Majors. He holds multiple duties within the men's soccer program. A key responsibility for him is aiding in the identification and recruitment of high school, club, junior college, and international student-athletes. Harwick also acts as the goalkeeper coach, planning and executing unique training sessions for his athletes. He supervises and coordinates the team's video analysis. He also works with the equipment room and keeps inventory of jerseys, team apparel and training gear.


Harwick also has experience coaching men and women at the club level, first, working with his childhood team UV Lightning SC (Hanover, New Hampshire) by assisting with their summer camps, then, volunteering in college for a local club (Calvert Soccer Association) as a team assistant. He then spent the summer of 2017 as a Youth Development Intern with D.C. United soccer club. He worked primarily with the U-23 team and assisted with the clubs' summer camps. Harwick has also worked as a coach and counselor at The Soccer Academies at Dartmouth and Elite Soccer Camps of New England.


Harwick graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 2016 with a degree in public policy studies and a minor in history. He was a member of the soccer team all four years and was elected as a captain for his final season.


His love of the beautiful game has also allowed him to travel abroad, first, attending the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and later visiting Barcelona, Spain with his St. Mary's team on their pre-season trip.

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