Taylor Goyen joins the Mountaineer Women's Soccer team as the Assistant Coach in August 2019.
Goyen comes to Schreiner after spending the 2018-19 season as the Austin College Men’s Soccer undergraduate assistant coach. Goyen helped the Kangaroos to their third consecutive winning season and third consecutive SCAC finals appearance.
Goyen played in all 42 games at Austin College, helping the Men’s side to back to back winning seasons, and consecutive SCAC finals appearances. During the 2017 spring season Goyen and the Kangaroos traveled abroad to Brazil, competing against multiple professional academies including Fluminense and Vasco de Gama. Goyen was an Academic All-Conference selection his Senior year in 2017.
Prior to Austin College, Goyen was a scholarship athlete at Ouachita Baptist University, a Division II program in Arkansas. While at Ouachita, Goyen helped revive the men’s soccer program there, including being a part of the 2015 GAC Conference Tournament Championship team. The year prior, Goyen took the pitch as the Tigers defeated the No. 14 ranked team in the nation (Northeastern State) setting a program milestone.
Coach Goyen is a native of Frisco, Texas, and was developed through the FC Dallas Premier system, helping the team win multiple club titles. At the high school level Goyen was a two-time all district selection, including being the school’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2013.
Additionally, Goyen holds a USSF Grassroots license and graduated from Austin College in 2019 with a B.A. in Political Science.