Wilson was named the 2015 NSAA Coach of the Year during his first season of coaching the Waldorf men's program. Under Wilson's leadership, the Warriors doubled their win total from the previous year as they turned in an 8-9 record and earned second place in the NSAA regular-season standings with a 3-1 league record during their first year in the conference. Clinching the No. 2 seed in the NSAA Tournament marked the best seed Waldorf had earned in a conference tournament since becoming a four-year institution and joining the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).The Warriors broke a team record with 35 assists during the 2015 season. They scored 41 goals, which ranks third in school history and is the highest offensive output since 2007 when Waldorf generated a program-best 45 goals.
Prior to arriving at Waldorf, Wilson spent one season as the head coach of the Glenpool High School girls’ soccer team in Glenpool, Okla. During the 2014 season, he led the Warriors to a 14-0 record, a district championship and the Class 5A state title. Fourteen wins matched a program-best for victories in a season and the squad became the first female team in school history to record an undefeated season. Wilson also coached three all-state players at Glenpool and he was named Oklahoma's 2015 Coach of the Year by the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) Coaches Association.
From 2012 to 2014, Wilson served as assistant coach for the Northeastern State University (NSU) men’s soccer team in Tahlequah, Okla. While at NSU, the RiverHawks compiled a 23-8-7 record (.698 winning percentage). Wilson helped guide the program to its first-ever NCAA Division II quarterfinals appearance in 2012. NSU made two consecutive trips to the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Tournament in 2012 and 2013, reaching the finals in 2012. The 2012 team, which finished the season with a No. 11 ranking in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll, was inducted into the NSU Hall of Fame.
During Wilson’s tenure at NSU, he coached three All-Americans, one regional player of the year, seven all-region players, one conference player of the year and 13 all-conference players. In 2012, the RiverHawks earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award for the first time in program history and received the honor again in 2013. The 2013 team set school records for fewest losses (three) and goals allowed (19) in a season.
Wilson coached the Westside Alliance Soccer Club (U11 boys) and the Tonkawa Soccer Club (U7) from 2008 to 2015. During a 10-year span, he was active as the summer camp staff coach for the Elgin City Football Club, University of Tulsa and NSU.
A native of Elgin, Scotland, Wilson played for the Elgin City Football Club academy program from 1999 to 2007. He was a captain for the team, which was a Scottish Cup semifinalist and North of Scotland Cup finalist.
In 2008, Wilson earned a higher national diploma from Moray College in Elgin. He continued his soccer career and education at Northern Oklahoma College where he helped the Mavericks win the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Region II championship and reach the district title game. He earned an associate’s of science degree in physical education in 2009.
From 2009 to 2011, Wilson played soccer at NSU. He was a first-team All-South Central Region and All-Lone Star Conference selection in 2009 and 2011. Serving as a team captain in 2011, Wilson was named an academic All-American and the NSU Male Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Wilson graduated from NSU in 2011 with a bachelor’s of science degree in health and human performance. He went on to receive a master’s of science degree in health and kinesiology in 2013 and a master’s of education degree in school administration from NSU in 2015.
Wilson holds NSCAA Goal Keeping Level 1 and Level 2 certifications. He resides in Forest City with his wife, Kalea, and their son, Lexton.
Alexandria Jackson begins her fourth year as assistant coach of the Waldorf University women's soccer team.
Jackson was a four-year collegiate soccer player for NCAA Division I Northwestern State University. During her career, she finished her freshman year with three starts and appeared in 19 matches for a total of 990 minutes as a forward. Jackson ranked first on the team with four game-winning goals. After battling an injury as a sophomore, Jackson saw action and started in 10 games while logging 700 minutes. In her junior season, Jackson appeared in 16 matches and started 15 times to accumulate more than 1,000 minutes of play. During that season, Jackson played a key role in the Lady Demon backline. As a senior, Jackson started and played in all 19 matches for a total of 1,715 minutes. Playing a pivotal defensive role, she assisted on two goals.
As a high school student, Jackson participated in a program which sent her to play soccer in Germany during the summers.
Jackson graduated from Northwestern State in 2014 with a bachelor’s of science degree in health and exercise science. She is certified with a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) E License.