|Title:||Assistant Women's Soccer Coach|
Owen Collie is in his second season as the Trinity Tigers women’s soccer assistant coach.
Coach Collie played a major role in the Tigers successful season in 2011. Trinity won the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship, and competed in the NCAA Division III playoffs for the 17th time. The Tigers, who advanced to the third round, finished the campaign with a 22-1-0 record, setting a school mark for victories in a season.
He came to the Trinity campus in 2010 from local soccer club S.A. United. Coach Collie worked with teams of all age groups, particularly the girls squads.
Coach Collie played college soccer at the University of the
Incarnate Word, in San Antonio, from 2002-2006, appearing in 57
games. The team advanced to the NCAA Division II playoffs each
season he played, posting an overall record of 60-11-11 during his
four years. In addition, UIW was ranked in the top 25 each
year, which included a No. 1 national ranking during the 2004
Following his playing career, Coach Collie began coaching at UIW, and was the men's graduate assistant coach between 2007-2009. In addition to working with the varsity team, Coach Collie was in charge of the developmental program, and served as the Cardinal Camp Director for three years.
Coach Collie is a native of Aberdeen, Scotland, and received a bachelor’s degree in sports management in 2006 at UIW. He earned a master’s degree in kinesiology from Incarnate Word in 2009, and received the Outstanding Kinesiology Student Award.