Brandon Misuraca begins his second season as an assistant coach with the University of Houston-Victoria soccer program.
In his first season with the Jaguars, Misuraca helped lead the UHV men’s team to their first-ever Red River Athletic Conference regular season title, conference tournament championship and appearance in the NAIA national tournament.
Prior to UHV, Misuraca spent three years as the assistant men’s coach at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY. He served as the goalkeeping coach, opposition scout, recruiting coordinator and oversaw the day to day operations of the reserve team program.
While at Cumberlands, the Patriots made three appearances in the Mid-South Conference Tournament, twice advancing to the semifinals.
A 2014 graduate of Missouri Baptist University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport Management, he was a four-year letterman for the Spartans. He also served as a volunteer assistant coach for the women’s program at MBU, where he primarily worked with the goalkeepers.
Misuraca earned his Master’s Degree in Early Elementary Education (P-5) in 2016 from the University of the Cumberlands and currently holds a USSF “D” coaching license.
George Kee begins his first season as an assistant coach with the University of Houston-Victoria men’s and women’s soccer program.
Kee joins the UHV program after spending the last four years as head coach for the men's and women's programs at Lassen Community College in Susanville, Calif.
While at Lassen, he was named the Golden Valley Conference Men's Soccer Coach of the Year in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and the Women's Coach of the Year in 2016. His teams captured the women's Golden Valley Conference title in 2016 and the men's GVC title in 2017.
Kee played four years of college soccer with Huston-Tillotson University graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 2009. He began his coaching career shortly thereafter as an associate head coach for the Alamo SC USL u20 team in San Antonio.
At Alamo SC, he helped lead the team to a regular season third-place finish in the Mid-South division earning a bid to the national championship tournament where the team finished fourth. Alamo SC was named eighth out of 250 teams in the USL Super-20 league.
He also has spent two seasons as the men's soccer coach at Kerrville Tivy High School.
The San Antonio native is a member of the NSCAA 30 under 30 Class of 2016.