Head Women's Soccer Coach
The 2014 Great American Conference Coach of the Year, Julie Duncan, begins her eighth season after becoming school’s fifth head coach March 11th, 2009. She comes into the 2017 season with a 72-83-6 overall record.
Duncan helped lead the Crimson Storm to the school's third consecutive appearance in the GAC Tournament in 2016 and its first Great American Conference Championship in 2014. SNU hosted the GAC Tournament in 2014 where it finished as the runners-up.
In the 2012 season, SNU competed in the Great American Conference for the first time and finished second. The Storm then won the NCCAA Central Region Tournament and finished as the NCCAA Naitonal Runners-Up.
In 2011, Duncan nearly won her second Sooner Athletic Conference title as SNU won its first 10 games in SAC play before falling in its last game of the regular season. The Storm finished 15-4-1 overall and 10-1 in the conference and had the NAIA's leading goal scorer in Jackie Acevedo. Acevedo is currently playing for the Portland Thorns FC and Mexico's National Team.
The Storm reached the NAIA National Championship for the fourth time in program history in Duncan's first season in 2009 as SNU finished 17-4-1 (9-1-0 SAC). Southern Nazarene tied for the regular season title and then won the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament title and the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round game before falling in the second round of the national tournament.
Duncan's second season was riddled with injuries as the Storm finished 10-9-1 (6-4-1 SAC), but still reached the semifinals of the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament before falling to conference champion Oklahoma City.
Duncan’s coaching career began at Moore High School, where she coached the Moore girl’s soccer program for 17 seasons. Duncan had been the boy’s soccer coach for the six seasons as well, while splitting time as an assistant for the SNU program.
Duncan came to SNU in August of 2002 to help then coach, Patty Naumoska, as an assistant. Duncan stayed on board under Mark Persson, who coached Southern Nazarene for three seasons.
Duncan is a native of Dallas, where she attended Lake Highlands High, graduating in 1984. She then went on to play collegiately at Southern Nazarene from 1993-96. Duncan appeared in 47 games during her SNU career, scoring 31 goals with 15 assists. She is ninth all-time on SNU’s single season points list, posting 37 points during the 1994 season on 15 goals and seven assists. For her career, Duncan is ninth all-time at Southern Nazarene in goals scored and ranks 10th in assists.
As a player, Duncan helped lead SNU to the program’s first ever NAIA National Tournament appearance in 1995. SNU won the Sooner Athletic Conference Championship during the 95 season, posting a 21-3-1 record and won the NAIA Southwest Regional title. At the NAIA Championships, SNU finished third. In her three years playing for SNU, Duncan and Southern Nazarene had a combined record of 51-8-1.
Duncan and her husband, Tommy, reside in Yukon. They have three children: Randi, who played soccer for four years at SNU, Corey, who wrestled at Lindenwood (Mo.) and is the Head Coach for Wrestling at Weatherford (Okla.) High School, and Carri, who currently attends SNU.
Head Men's Soccer Coach
Trevor Harmon begins his first year as the head coach of the men's soccer program. He was hired as of January 1, 2018.
Harmon became the sixth coach in school history, as the program will entered its 41st season next fall. The Allen, Texas, native spent last season coaching the women's soccer program at Redlands Community College. He helped the Cougars to an 8-8 record in their inaugural season with a roster made up entirely of freshmen. He helped the team to a third place finish in the NJCAA, and coached two All-Region players.
Prior to his position at Redlands, Harmon served as the men's and women's coach at Eastern Oklahoma State College for one season. In that season with the Mountaineers, he accumulated a record of 15-14-3 with both programs, as he became the school's all-time winningest coach with the women's team. He coached four All-Region players, and helped both programs reach the conference semi-finals in the postseason.
Harmon arrives at Southern Nazarene with a cumulative head coach record of 23-22-3 is eager to get started with his first coaching position at the NCAA Division II level.
He also helped kick start the men's soccer program at Rose State College in the fall of 2014. He served as the assistant coach and was the head of recruitment for the Raiders. During his two seasons with Rose State, the Raiders totaled a record of 26-10, as they were nationally ranked and reached the finals of the NJCAA playoffs.
Harmon played four seasons at the collegiate level at Oklahoma City University where he graduated in 2013. He was a three-year starter for the Stars, and was also the captain of the team.
He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from OCU, and earned a master's in education and sports administration from East Central University in 2017. He and his wife Tiffany reside in Yukon, Oklahoma.
Kalajdzic begins his first year as a part of Trevor Harmon's staff. He comes from Oklahoma City University where he was a four-year starter for legendary coach Brian Harvey. Kalajdzic was a two-time Sooner Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year and a four-time All-SAC First Team selection for the Stars. He was also a three-year team captain and an eight-time Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week. He helped OCU to the SAC Regular Season Championship in 2014 and set the school record for career saves with 374. He was also a two-time Jim Wade Student-Athlete of the Year. Kalajdzic was also invited to the FC Energy OKC tryouts and was selected to participate in the preseason training camp.
Kalajdzic earned his bachelor's in business administration, accounting from OCU in May 2018. He currently is also an accountant at John B. Davis & Associates in Oklahoma City. He speaks six different languages including; English, Serbian, Croation, Bosnian, Macedonian and Slovenian.
A native of Novi Sad, Serbia, Kalajdzic played six games for the Serbian First League in 2012 and played 10 games for the Second League in 2013.
He currently lives in Oklahoma City and is pursuing an MBA at SNU.
Assistant Women's Soccer Coach
Assistant Women's Soccer Coach