Head Women's Coach
Nick Morrison was named head coach for Schreiner Women's Soccer in December of 2012. In his first three seasons, he transformed the program and built the Mountaineers into one of the strongest teams in the SCAC. The Mountaineers have made steady progress each of his five seasons. For his efforts, Coach Morrison has been named SCAC Coach-of-the-Year each twice in his time at Schreiner.
Coach Morrison returned to Schreiner after serving as Assistant Women's Soccer Coach and Assistant Athletic Academic Coordinator at Prairie View A&M (NCAA Division I) for the past four seasons. Working for and with another former Schreiner soccer player, Abe Garcia, Morrison helped build the PVAMU soccer team from one of the worst in all of D-I sports to a team that won its division in 2012. Along the way, the program has annually set school records and have steadily progressed up to the top of the SWAC western division for the first time ever. Morrison also serves as the program's Goalkeeping Coach. Academically, under Morrison's guidance, the Panthers have had outstanding success in the classroom as well.
Morrison was a standout performer both between the goal pipes and with the books at Schreiner. As a freshmen (2005), he set the school record for most shutouts in a season (7.0) and anchored the best defensive unit in SU history (0.95 GAA). He was named first team All-ASC after his first season. In 2006, Morrison had four more shutouts as Schreiner men's soccer completed it's most successful two-year run in school history. That 2006 squad was the first and only SU team to host an American Southwest Conference championship tournament. He again was named First Team All-ASC. Unfortunately, a lingering illness cost him most of his junior year and misfortune continued his final season. He reinjured his knee (he had two knee surgeries in high school) very early in his senior year and saw his career come to a premature end. Still, in just over two seasons, his 12 shutouts rank #2 in school history. He was also a three-time Academic All-ASC selection and graduated in May of 2009 with a degree in Exercise Science.
Coach Morrison also continued his academic pursuits while working at Prairie View A&M. He earned his Master's of Education degree in Health & Human Performance in May of 2011.
Known as a strong recruiter and student of the game, Morrison draws on both his recruiting and coaching skills as he has built a new era of Schreiner Women's Soccer.
Head Men's Coach
Casey Collins was named the new Head Men’s Soccer Coach for Schreiner University in December and will have his first fall season with the Mountaineers this year. Coach Collins comes to Schreiner after spending three years as an assistant coach with the University of Houston-Victoria Men’s and Women soccer programs.
The UHV Men went 36-13-4 overall and 25-7-4 in conference the last three seasons with three consecutive trips to the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) tournament. This past season, UHV won the RRAC Championship and advanced to the NAIA national tournament for the first time in program history. During his time at UHV he coached 1 NAIA All-American, 3 RRAC Conference defenders of the year, 1 Conference Newcomer of the year, 2 1st team and 5 2nd team NSCAA All-Region players, 9 1st team and 6 2nd team all-conference players.
The UHV Women went 28-19-2 overall and 18-13-1 in conference. During the 2015 season, UHV were ranked as high as #20 in the NAIA National polls, the first time the program had ever been nationally ranked. The women had 4 1st team and 3 2nd team All-Conference players.
Collins joined UHV after spending three seasons as the assistant coach at Shoreline Community College. While at Shoreline, Collins helped the program to an overall record of 32-20-10 and two NWAC quarterfinal appearances, coaching the NWAC player of the year and multiple NWAC All-Stars. Prior to Shoreline he spent a season working with the goalkeepers for the Bellevue College Men’s soccer program.
In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, Collins also served as the associate head coach of the Snohomish Skyhawks during the 2014/2015 season. The Skyhawks are a member of the PASL, a nationally ran semi-professional indoor soccer league.
He also spent four years as an assistant coach for the Bishop Blanchet High School girls’ varsity soccer program and two with the Shorewood High Schools boys’ varsity program. Both programs made multiple state appearances during his time with each team. He was also a member of the coaching staff for Seattle United youth soccer club, one of the largest youth clubs on the West Coast.
A native of Seattle, Washington, Collins graduated from The Evergreen State College in 2011 with a B.A. in Urban Planning. After graduating he went on to play professionally with the Kitsap Pumas where he was a member of the 2011 PDL National Champions. He also spent five seasons playing and coaching in the PASL. He currently holds his USSF National “C” license, NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, as well as his NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping license.
Director of Athletics, Bill Raleigh is excited to welcome Coach Collins to the Mountaineer family. “Coach Collins will be a great addition to our athletics program. He brings a wealth of coaching experience at several levels as well as great recruiting connections in the state of Texas.”
Coach Garrett Kull was named Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach for Schreiner University in July and will have his first fall season with the Mountaineers this year. A native of Prattville, Alabama, Coach Kull graduated from Huntingdon College in 2018 with a B.A. in Sports Management. During his four years at Huntingdon, Kull represented the Hawks Soccer team for four seasons as both a goalkeeper and midfielder, spent part of his junior year as a student assistant for goalkeepers, and was a three time USA South Academic All-Conference selection.
He also served as the Assistant Men’s Varsity Soccer Coach for Trinity Presbyterian School for the past three seasons . During his time with the program, the team never missed the playoffs and claimed an area championship, nine boys were named to the All-Metro team, and another was named to the state’s North-South All-star Game. Kull has also served two seasons at the club level.
He currently hold a U.S. Soccer E-License as well as numerous certifications through the United Soccer Coaches.