While pursuing his Masters of Business Administration at LSU, Josh McReynolds enters his second season with the LSU Soccer program while serving as the team’s Director of Soccer Operations for the 2013 season.
McReynolds spearheads the day-to-day operation of the LSU Soccer program, including the scheduling of team travel and gameday operations. His administrative duties also include the scheduling of team meetings and meals, organizing equipment distribution and coordinating video exchange.
He has also been instrumental in the growth and success of LSU’s summer camps while assisting head coach Brian Lee, associate head coach Debbie Hensley and assistant coach Kevin Dempsey at Tiger Soccer Camp since the summer of 2007. He served as Tiger Soccer Camp’s assistant director in 2012 and 2013.
McReynolds joined the Tigers’ support staff with a strong coaching pedigree, highlighted by a one-year stint as an assistant coach of the men’s program at Albion College in Albion, Mich., where he coached the team’s goalkeepers. He helped turn the Britons from a 6-14 club in 2010 into a 9-9-1 squad in his one season with the program during the 2011 campaign.
McReynolds joined the LSU staff following a five-month stint as BRSC’s Under-8 Academy Director in 2012. He has also served as a coach on the Louisiana State Select Team Staff and an assistant coach at Catholic High School since 2012.
A native of Zachary, La., McReynolds played college soccer for four years at Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn., where he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science in May 2011. During his collegiate career, he was a three-time NAIA All-American Scholar-Athlete from 2009-11 and a four-time TransSouth Conference Scholar-Athlete from 2008-11.