Seminole State College Trojan Soccer Head Coach Daniel Hill was recently named the 2021 NJCAA Region II Coach of the Year. Hill has led his team to a win-loss record of 13-1 this season. Pre-season predictions placed the Trojans at seventh in the Nation. The team finished the regular season as conference champions and Region II Tournament champions.
Hill is in his 5th season as the head women’s soccer coach at Seminole State College. Hill helped start the women’s soccer program in 2016. In their first season, the team won only 4 games. During Hill’s time at SSC, the team has won 59 games, attended their first trip to the NJCAA National Tournament, were ranked as high as #4 in national polls, won two Region II Championship, and finished as OCAC Champions for the third straight season.
Hill came from Harrah High School where he was the men’s and women’s soccer coach for 8 years. In 2016, the Harrah women’s team won the Class 4A State Championship and Hill was chosen as The Oklahoman High School Soccer Coach of the Year. He was recognized by the Oklahoma Soccer Association for achieving his 100th victory while coaching at Harrah, finishing his career there with a combined 137 victories.
Hill attended Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, where he played soccer in 2003 for the Mavericks. Hill attended and graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2007 and went on to earn his M.B.A. from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Hill and his wife, Emma, reside in Seminole. Emma graduated from Seminole State College in 2000.
The Trojan soccer team is currently competing in the NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer National Championship in Evans, Georgia. The team’s first two games will be played June 4 and June 5 at 10:30 a.m. A livestream of the games may be viewed at njcaatv.com.