Position: Graduate Assistant | Men's Soccer
Sean McAlister joins the Baker men's soccer staff for the first time in 2013 after an impressive four year playing career on the men's soccer and baseball teams.
McAlister will work primarily with the men's soccer team as the graduate assistant coach. The Topeka, Kan., native graduated from Baker in December of 2012 with bachelor of science degree in sports administration and a business minor.
While playing for head coach Nate Houser, the Wildcats advanced to the quarterfinals in the NAIA Men's Soccer National Tournament after winning the 2008 HAAC Conference Tournament and a NAIA Opening Round match win against Park University.
He was also a member of the historic 2011 squad that advanced to the national semifinals of the NAIA National Championship Tournament for the first time in school history after winning the HAAC regular season championship and finishing the regular season undefeated, another first for the program.
McAlister registered three goals and 10 assists in his career for the Wildcats and earned a win for Baker as a goalkeeper against Avila last season. He was a starting pitcher for the Baker baseball team for four years under head coach Phil Hannon. He is currently pursuing his graduate degree from Baker in Management & Leadership.
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