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Amel Muhamedagic is in his 13th year at Central Oklahoma assisting the women’s soccer team that has won over 300 games in program history and is a regular contender on the national stage.
Muhamedagic has played a key role in keeping UCO among the NCAA Division II elite, having helped the Bronchos win 181 matches over the last 13 seasons with eight NCAA Division II national tournament appearances (2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2019).
Amel is involved in all facets of program including recruiting, on field training, academic progress, scouting and game preparation.
In 2007, Muhamedagic’ s first year with the program, he guided the back line and goalkeeper Carly Fisher to 13 shutouts while allowing one goal in going a perfect 10-0 and capturing the regular season Lone Star Conference title.
In 2009, Muhamedagic coached goalkeeper Megan Riley and the back line to 13 shutouts and another LSC championship.
In 2012, Muhamedagic helped guide the Bronchos to a runner-up finish in their first year of competition in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association.
In 2014, Amel led the way as the Bronchos register a school-record 15 shutouts in making another Division II national tournament appearance.
He helped guide the Bronchos to one of the best seasons in school history in 2018. Central won a school record 22 games, had a school record 16-game win streak, and the Bronchos’ 16-0 start is also the best start in school history. Central made it to the NCAA Championship Round of 16 and had nine All-MIAA selections, seven All-Region selections, and three All-Americans.
In 2019, Muhamedagic helped Central to a second consecutive MIAA postseason tournament championship and another NCAA tournament appearance, finishing the year 14-5-3.
Amel has helped coach 64 All-Conference selections, almost 50 All-Region and eight All-America players while with UCO.
Muhamedagic came to UCO after three years at Mount Mercy University in Iowa. His 2005 team set a school record for wins.
Amel led Waterloo (Iowa) High School in goals for three straight years and then played two years for Northern Iowa, earning both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from UNI.
Muhamedagic has been involved with Oklahoma Olympic Development Program and Region III Program.
Muhamedagic is also involved with the Oklahoma Football Club, the largest soccer club in Oklahoma. He has served as staff coach for the boys and girls since 2008, with his teams having won numerous state cups and qualified to regional tournaments.
Muhamedagic holds Premier License from National Soccer Coaches Athletic Association (NSCAA highest distinction from this organization), “A” license from United States Soccer Federation (USSF highest distinction from this organization), National Youth License (USSF), and National Goalkeeping License (NSCAA).
Amel, a native of Bosnia, is married (Cynthia) and has three daughters (Mia, Leila and Ella) and one son (Kyler).