Adam Butler
Adam Butler



Adam Butler took over the men's soccer program in 2022 and had a solid first season for the Titans.

The Titans just missed the postseason, losing in penalty kicks for a bid to the district tournament, finishing the season 7-5-2 after forfeiting the first four matches due to a clerical error. 

Butler is the third head coach in program history, taking over for Jeff Carr who took over the program last season.

The London, England native comes to the Titans from Coastal Bend College where he led the team to its first NJCAA Division I National Championship Tournament in 2021, won the program’s first-ever Region XIV regular season championship.

Butler was a standout for Southwestern Christian University, earning Sooner Athletic Conference First Team All-Conference honors in 2014 and 2015, National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Region Second Team 2014.  Butler became SCU's first NAIA All American in 2015.

After graduating he became the top assistant coach for the Eagles as they captured the 2016, 2017 and 2018 National Christian College Athletic Association National Champions while posting a 54-14-7 record.

Butler also played with the Vermont Voltage, Laredo Heat, and Mississippi Brilla, before serving as an assistant with the UPSL's Oklahoma City 1889.  He holds a USSF National B Coaching License. 

Butler holds a B.S. in Health, Physical Education and Sports Management and M.A. in Leadership both from Southwestern Christian University.