Mississippi University for Women

MS University for Women Owls Athletics
1100 College St Columbus, MS 39701
Division 3 Mississippi Southeast
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Louis Alexander

Louis Alexander was named as the third head coach of the Owls men's soccer program on April 6, 2020.

Alexander comes to The W after spending one season as the head coach of the girls' varsity soccer program at Henry W. Grady High School and three seasons leading the boys' and girls' varsity and junior varsity programs at Caledonia High School.

While at Caledonia, the programs with his leadership saw a combined record of 51-31-7 with four playoff appearances. The boys' team had an overall record of 29-20-4 which included one district championship season and the girls were 22-11-3 with two successive district championship season. Under his direction, 22 players were named to All-District Teams.

Prior to becoming the head coach at Caledonia, Alexander spent two seasons as the assistant coach for both programs at Starkville Academy. During his time there, the Volunteers earned a winning record of 10-6 for the varsity team and the junior varsity team was undefeated.

As an athlete, Alexander played two seasons at East Mississippi Community College where he served mainly as a forward with midfield responsibilities. He started each game and earned the title of Leading Goal Scorer his sophomore year with a nine-goal record. For his effort, he was voted All-MACJC First team his freshman and sophomore year and was named teamed captain his sophomore year.

Alexander is originally from Kentish Town in Northwest London, England but he considers Caledonia, Miss. home. He is a 2011 graduate of Mississippi State University where he received his bachelor's in kinesiology and sport pedagogy from Mississippi State University.

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Dennis Muzahuzi

Dennis Muzahuzi is a first-year Graduate Assistant Coach for the Men's Soccer Team. Muzahuzi is originally from Wairaka village, a small community of about 150 households and a population of nearly 7000 people located in eastern Uganda (East Africa). Muzahuzi has lived in the USA for over seven years now, and he considers Kalamazoo, Michigan as his home away from home, being that it was his first residence for six years when he migrated to the US.

However, Muzahuzi also worked and lived in Washington DC, Arlington, Virginia, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and previously in Atlanta, Georgia , where he met and worked with Coach Luis Alexander. He and Coach Alexander both coached at Henry Grady High School, where Muzahuzi coached the Junior Varsity Girls team but also filled in as the Assistant Coach for the Varsity Girls team alongside Coach Alexander, who was the head coach. When Coach Alexander accepted the coaching position here at the W, he extended the invitation for Muzahuzi to join him. Muzahuzi considers this offer as a great opportunity because he not only wants to improve his soccer coaching career, but he also gets to work with Coach Alexander.

Muzahuzi explained that he and Coach Alexander had a good working relationship while working in Atlanta. Muzahuzi brings a lot of passion for the sport and his experience working with youth teams in Uganda, Michigan, and recently at Inter Atlanta Academy and Grady High School, respectively. About Muzahuzi playing days, he always looks back to how soccer scholarships helped him to afford high school tuition in Uganda. He continued to play university club soccer at Africa University in Zimbabwe as well as Western Michigan University.

Muzahuzi believes one never stops learning as long as they perceive that it helps to improve their knowledge in a particular field. Muzahuzi is here to improve on his soccer coaching skills as well as support Coach Alexander in advancing the Men's Soccer Program. Muzahuzi also looks forward to attaining a teaching degree when it is all said and done! He believes this degree will be a great addition to his BSc, in Psychology and MA, in Intern'l Devt Administration.

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