stop
Monday, Sep. 9
(L)0 - 1)
Men's Soccer
vs
North Carolina
Friday, Sep. 13
(L)0 - 2)
Men's Soccer
at
Campbell
Wednesday, Sep. 18
(W)5 - 1)
Men's Soccer
at
UNC Asheville
Saturday, Sep. 21
(L)2 - 4)
Men's Soccer
vs
Appalachian State
Wednesday, Sep. 25
(L)0 - 3)
Men's Soccer
at
Elon
Tuesday, Oct. 1
(T)1 - 1)
Men's Soccer
at
Davidson
Saturday, Oct. 5
(L)0 - 1)
Men's Soccer
at
High Point
Saturday, Oct. 12
(W)4 - 0)
Men's Soccer
vs
VMI
Tuesday, Oct. 15
(W)2 - 1)
Men's Soccer
at
Belmont
Saturday, Oct. 19
(W)3 - 0)
Men's Soccer
vs
Wofford
Tuesday, Oct. 22
(L)0 - 1)
Men's Soccer
at
Furman
Saturday, Oct. 26
(W)1 - 0)
Men's Soccer
at
ETSU
Tuesday, Oct. 29
(W)2 - 0)
Men's Soccer
vs
Mercer
Saturday, Nov. 2
(W)3 - 1)
Men's Soccer
vs
Old Dominion
Sunday, Nov. 10
(W)3 - 2)
Men's Soccer
vs
Belmont
Sunday, Nov. 17
(L)0 - 1)
Men's Soccer
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Mercer
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Men's Soccer Coaching Staff
Scott Wells
Assistant Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Assistant Coach
Experience: 1st Year
Phone: 805-280-2494
Email: smwells2@uncg.edu

Email: smwells2@uncg.edu
Phone Number: 805-280-2494

Scott Wells is in his first season as assistant coach for the men's soccer program. Wells joined UNCG after spending two seasons with the University of Charleston.

Wells spent the past two seasons as the top assistant for the University of Charleston’s men’s soccer team, where he helped guide the Golden Eagles to two Sweet Sixteen appearances and a DII National Championship in 2017. 

During his first season with Charleston, the Golden Eagles earned an overall record of 21-1-2 before defeating Lynn University in the National Championship 3-1 on penalty kicks. Last season, Charleston collected a record of 18-1-2, before falling to West Chester 1-0 in the NCAA Tournament.  Prior to the Sweet Sixteen defeat, Charleston did not trail the entire season, outscoring opponents 54-3. 

Prior to his time at Charleston, Wells spent a year with the Tennessee Soccer Club as the Assistant Director of Coaching and Player Development.

Wells began his duties in the coaching ranks with the University of Rio Grande, starting as a graduate assistant before being promoted to the top assistant coach position. In 2015, Rio Grande earned a national title after being ranked No. 1 the previous season. 

In addition to his role as assistant coach for UNCG men’s soccer, Wells is also the Director of Soccer for Camp Winadu. 

Wells earned a B.A. in Liberal Studies from Limestone College before receiving his M.E.D. with a focus on Collegiate Leadership from Rio Grande.