Nathan Minion enters his third season at Florida State serving as the Director of Soccer Operations with the Seminoles. Minion is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Seminole soccer program including team travel, game day operations, soccer camps, Project 4.0 and community involvement. He also oversees all aspects of the Seminole Soccer budget. In addition, Minion communicates with the Garnet and Goal Club and the Seminole Boosters on a regular basis.
Prior to his arrival in Tallahassee, Minion spent five seasons as a member of the LSU soccer support staff serving as head manager and Director of Soccer Operations. Minion began his tenure with the Tigers as the team’s head manager from 2006-10 during which he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business management in May 2010. He was promoted to Director of Soccer Operations by head coach Brian Lee on July 22, 2010, a position he held for one year before leaving for Florida State. Minion also received his master’s degree in sport management from LSU in May 2012.
With the Tigers, Minion spearheaded the day-to-day operations of the LSU soccer program which included scheduling of team travel and game day operations. His administrative duties also included the scheduling of team meetings and meals, organizing equipment and equipment distribution and coordinating video exchange.
A native of Houston, Texas, Minion was also instrumental in the growth and success of LSU’s summer camps serving as assistant director of the Tiger Soccer Camp.