Mustang Coaching Staff

Head Coach Tom Maxon

Phone: 712-274-5343

Tom Maxon is a 14-year veteran as the Mustangs' head coach. He is also the head coach of Morningside's men's soccer team.

Maxon has a 137-123-18 record with the Morningside women since starting up the school's varsity program.

He was named the 2013 GPAC Women's Soccer Coach of the Year after he guided the Mustangs to a 14-3-4 record and the GPAC regular season championship. The Mustangs upset nationally ranked Hastings 1-0 during the regular season to hand the three-time reigning GPAC champion Broncos their first regular season league setback since the 2009 season.

Maxon was named the 2007 NAIA Region III Coach of the Year and the 2007 GPAC Coach of the Year after he guided the Mustangs to a 17-3-1 record, GPAC and Region III championships, and a second straight NAIA National Tournament appearance. Maxon led Morningside to a 15-5-1 record and the college's first-ever appearance in the NAIA National Tournament during the 2007 season. He guided the Mustangs' within one victory of a national tournament appearance in 2011 when they lost in the championship match of the GPAC Post-Season Tournament.

He led the Mustangs to an 18-2 record in 2002 during their first season as a member of the NAIA.

Maxon has an overall record of 328-300-38 in the collegiate ranks. He previously coached at St. Mary of the Plains College and at National American University.

Maxon also coached five seasons in the Premier Development League, leading the Sioux City Breeze team to the 1999 Midwest Regional Final with a 19-4 record, and the Sioux Falls SpitFire team to the 2001 National Final Four with a 20-3-1 record.

Maxon, a United States Soccer Federation 'A' licensed coach, is a 1988 graduate of the University of Southern Maine, where he was a two-time All-American midfielder and set a school record for career assists. He played professionally in Germany and the United States following his collegiate career.

He received a master's degree in sports management from the United States Sports Academy in 1990.


Assistant Coach Maggie Wylie

Maggie Wylie, a 2009 Morningside graduate who earned a master's degree from the college in 2013, is one of the most decorated women's soccer players in Morningside history.

Wylie was a four-time All-GPAC performer, a two-time NAIA honorable mention All-American, a two-time Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete, and a first-team Academic All-American during her Morningside career. She was the 2007 GPAC Player of the Year when she set a school-record with 10 game winning goals while leading the Mustangs to a NAIA National Tournament appearance.

She scored a school-record 170 points during her four-year career with 63 goals and a school-record 44 assists. Wylie set a Morningside single-season record with 20 assists during the 2006 campaign and tied a school single-game mark with three assists in contests against Dana in 2006 and against York and Northwestern during the 2007 campaign.

Wylie played for the Des Moines  Menace of the Women's Premier Soccer League during the 2012 and 2013 seasons and scored the first two goals in the franchise's history.


Assistant Coach Maureen Vandenbroucke

Maureen Vandenbroucke was one of the greatest defensive players in the history of Morningside’s women’s soccer program.

She was a three-time NAIA honorable mention All-American as well as a three-time NAIA All-Region and first-team All-GPAC performer. As a senior, Vandenbroucke was named the 2007 NAIA Region III Player of the Year and the GPAC Defensive Player of the Year.

Vandenbroucke graduated from Morningside in 2008 with a major in elementary education. She is also a teacher at Sioux City’s Hunt Elementary School.


Assistant Coach Felicia Reimann

Felicia Reimann joins the Mustangs’ coaching staff following a standout playing career.

She was a three-year starter at goal keeper and graduated as the Mustangs’ career record holder with a goals against average of 1.19 goals per game. Reimann is second in the Mustangs’ record book with 284 career saves, 19.4 career shutouts, and 23 career goal keeper victories.

Reimann enjoyed the best season of her career as a senior when she was named the 2013 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Defensive Player of the Year after she posted a 13-3-4 record with 103 saves and set school records with 9.7 shutouts and a goals against average of 0.80 goals per game.

She graduated from Morningside in 2014 with a major in biology.

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