Ray Reid
Camp Director
Four-Time National Champion Coach & Four-Time National Coach of the Year
Head Men's Soccer Coach, University of Connecticut


Ray is the head coach of the national powerhouse University of Connecticut men's soccer team. Building on Connecticut's tradition of excellence, Coach Reid led the Huskies to a national championship in 2000.

Through 28 seasons as a head coach, he has compiled an impressive coaching mark of 425-116-71 (a 78.6% winning percentage -- which ranks him No. 2 in the nation in overall winning percentage among all NCAA active head coaches). In his 28 years as a college head coach, he has led his teams to the NCAA Tournament 24 times, including 17 of the last 18 seasons. During Coach Reid's tenure at UConn, the team has won a National Championship, reached 8 NCAA National Semifinals, earned 9 Conference Regular Season Championships and won 4 Conference Tournament Championships.

17 different UConn players have earned All-American Honors under Coach Reid's leadership with 36 of his players drafted by the MLS (17 in the first round, including Andre Blake -- the #1 overall selection in the 2014 MLS Draft, and Cyle Larin -- the #1 overall selection in the 2015 MLS Draft). Coach Reid also has been named National Coach of the Year honors four times.

Prior to UConn, while the head coach at Southern Connecticut State University, Ray's teams won three national championships, posting an overall record of 146-17-15.
John Deeley
Associate Head Coach
University of Connecticut


John Deeley finished his 20th year with the Connecticut men's soccer program and his 16th season as an associate head coach in 2016, helping the Huskies reach the NCAA Tournament for the 17th time in the last 18 seasons and the conference semifinal round in four straight seasons. After completing the 2016 season, 11-7-1, the Huskies have rattled off 20 consecutive winning seasons.

In 2013, Deeley and the Huskies reached the NCAA Quarterfinals for the third consecutive year, ending the season with a 12-3-8 record. He was named the Glen "Mooch" Myernick National Men's Assistant Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America at the conclusion of the regular season, and in 2011 he was named the Top Assistant Coach by College Soccer News after the Huskies went 12-2-6 in the 2010 season. Before starting at UConn, Deeley spent the previous eight seasons with Ray Reid at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Conn.

While working alongside Ray Reid over the last 20 years, Deeley helped his teams at Southern and UConn capture four National Championships (1990, 1992, 1995 and 2000) and eight national semifinal game appearances (1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999 and 2000). During this time, Reid became the winningest active coach in the NCAA - all the while with Deeley by his side.

Prior to his eight seasons at Southern, Deeley was an assistant for one season at Cleveland State University and also was the head coach for one season at Mt. Union (Ohio) College. In addition to his work in the college game, Deeley served as a member of the Olympic Development Program Region 1 staff for eight years, including four as the assistant coach for the U13 regional development squad.

Deeley was a standout midfielder for Southern from 1977-80, when the Owls had a 48-16-6 record with four trips to the NCAA Tournament, including three semifinal appearances. After over 20 years in the college coaching ranks, he holds a "C" coaching license from the USSF.
Mike Miller
Associate Head Coach
University of Connecticut


Mike Miller, who boasts over 13 years of collegiate coaching experience, just completed his first season as associate head coach at UConn.

In 2016, the Huskies finished the season with a 11-7-1 record, qualifying for the four-team American Conference Championship. Six Huskies received honors after the year with First Team All-Conference honors awarded to Kwame Awuah, Jake Nerwinski and Abdou Mbacke Thiam. Nerwinski (seventh overall, Vancouver) and Awuah (16th, NYCFC) were also selected in the First Round of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.

Miller comes to Storrs after a Major League Soccer stint with Sports Kansas City as a domestic scout. Prior to his time in the professional ranks, Miller served as an assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Duke from 2014-16. With the Blue Devils, he was responsible for student-athlete development, fund raising efforts, video analysis, and opponent scouting.

Before a two-year stretch in Durham, Miller served for four years on the Syracuse staff from 2010-2014. During his time with the Orange, he received honors from College Soccer News as one of the nation’s top assistants in 2013 and also was responsible for recruiting a player of players selected in the first round of the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. He was an instrumental figure in helping the Orange bring in three-straight top-40 recruiting classes from 2011-13 and was promoted to Head Recruiting Coordinator in 2011.
Miller received his master’s degree while serving as an assistant at Evansville from 2006-10, playing an important role in recruiting and student-athlete development.
He got his start in the coaching ranks in 2004 as an assistant at North Florida, coaching for the Ospreys until 2006.

As a student-athlete, Miller played as a keeper from 1999-2004 for Jacksonville University, finishing fifth in single-season shutouts. A two-time Atlantic Sun Player of the Week, he was placed on the All-Conference Tournament team in 2001. He received his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 2004.

Miller is a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), holds several national coaching licenses and serves on the group’s committee that is responsible for selecting the national assistant coach of the year.
Andy Parker
Assistant Coach
University of Connecticut


Andy Parker completed his second season as an assistant coach in 2016. Parker’s primary role is working with the UConn goalkeepers. In 2016, Scott Levene excelled under Parker, ranking at the top of multiple American Conference statistical categories. Levene led the conference in goals against average (0.77) and save percentage (.792). He was also tied for the conference lead with eight shutouts registered on the year.

In 2015, Parker completed his first season as assistant coach on the Husky bench, helping the team reach the NCAA Tournament for the 17th time in the last 18 seasons.

Parker concluded his third season as the Director of Quality Control for the University of Connecticut men's soccer team in 2014. The Huskies tallied their 13th regular season conference title with Parker on the bench this past fall, and UConn finished its 2014 campaign with wins in six of its final seven matches.

Prior to his time at UConn, Parker was a four-year letter winner for the men's soccer program at Saint Anselm, earning Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team honors during the 2008 season. Parker earned a starting assignment in all 72 games he played and left Saint Anselm as the all-time leader in minutes played. A member of the 2011 Northeast-10 All-Academic Team, Parker was a two-time team captain and was selected as a 2011-12 Senior Scholar-Athlete.

A 2012 graduate of St. Anselm with a degree in international business, Parker earned his M.S. in Sport Management in 2015 from the University of Connecticut. He also holds an NSCAA National Diploma and USSF "D" License.
John Donlon
Director of Soccer Administration
University of Connecticut


John Donlon just finished his first season as Director of Soccer Administration for the men’s soccer team in 2016. Duties are focused on operational tasks including; team travel, team budget, organizing fundraising events, group tickets, etc.

Donlon’s efforts helped aid the Huskies to an average attendance of 3,822, ranking second nationally in average attendance for the second consecutive season. The Huskies also posted second in total attendance, drawing 38,225.

In 2015, Donlon was the Director of Soccer Quality Control for the Huskies and helped UConn reach the NCAA Tournament for the 17th time in the last 18 seasons. The Huskies ranked second in country in average attendance in 2015, drawing 3,504 fans per game to Morrone Stadium.

Donlon concluded his fifth season as head manager for the team in 2014. In his previous role, he served as the primary communications contact for the Goal Patrol as well as worked with opponent scouting reports and videos. Additionally, Donlon oversaw the hiring of student managers for both the spring and fall seasons.

In addition to his work in Storrs, Donlon serves as the Northeast United Youth Director and head coach for their 2004 boys team. Also is the head coach for the U14 Connecticut Boys ODP team and currently holds USSF National "D" License.
Dan Scheck
Director of Soccer Quality Control
University of Connecticut


Dan Scheck completed his first season with the Connecticut program in 2016. At UConn, Scheck assists with ticket sales, match promotions, and fan engagement.

In 2016, Scheck’s efforts helped aid the Huskies to an average attendance of 3,822, ranking second nationally in average attendance. The Huskies also posted second in total attendance, drawing 38,225.

Served as a goalkeeper for the Temple Owls from 2011-14. A three-year starter, Scheck appeared in 43 games in his Owl career, tallying 16 clean sheets. As a senior in 2014, he started in 16 games en route to a Second Team All-American Athletic Conference selection. He enjoyed a breakout junior campaign in 2013, matching the program record with nine shutouts. The Sayville, N.Y. native was named the league’s Keeper of the week on two occasions and held an .859 save percentage in 18 starts.