Evangel University

Evangel University Athletics
1111 N Glenstone Ave Springfield, MO 65802
NAIA Missouri Midwest
Private Small Competitive team


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Jeff Reinold

Ext. 7459

Jeff Reinold was named head men's soccer coach at Evangel on May 16, 2018.

Reinold brings a wealth of soccer experience to the Crusaders. He has been involved in soccer at nearly every level starting with a player and then as a coach of the Evangel men's club soccer team from 1990 to 1995. After playing at North Central College in Naperville, Ill., he transferred to Evangel and graduated in 1992 where he spent five years working for the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.

He has served as a coach in the Chicago and Springfield areas until 2016 when he was named volunteer assistant at Evangel for the men's and women's program. Reinold holds a USSF "F" License and an NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma to add to his soccer resume.

Before coming to Evangel Reinold worked in both the public and private business sectors including most recently as contract and Acute Services Business Manager at Phoenix Home Care and Hospice.

Reinold graduated from Evangel in 1992 with a degree in business administration and accounting. He and his wife, Amy ('92), have four children, Austin, Ashlen, Alyson, and Autumn. Austin will be a senior on the Evangel men's soccer team and Alyson will be a sophomore on the Evangel women's soccer team.

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Jaxn Rogers

Jaxn Rogers continues as the assistant men's soccer coach at Evangel.

Rogers, who started playing soccer at three-years-old, he most recently has served as player/coach for the Springfield Demize of the NPSL and an assistant coach for the Lady Demize youth club in Springfield, Missouri. During his time with the Demize of the NPSL and PASL reaching a national third-place finish in 2017.

Prior to returning to the Ozarks, Rogers graduated from Richmond the American International University in London. He was a three-year captain and went on to play professionally with the Bradford City U23 as well as playing for a number of professional academies throughout Europe. He spent two seasons as a two-year starter at Iowa Central Community College after graduating from Williard High School.

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