Conor Woods spent two seasons at Millikin University. Woods was involved in all facets of the program. His main focus was head goalkeeper coach, team training and recruiting perceptive student athletes. In Woods' first season, he helped the team finish 3rd in the CCIW and the programs 2nd ever 3-0 start to conference play. Additionally, Woods' mentorship guided Jon Kuebler to break the CCIW all-time single season saves record.
Woods came to Millikin from Knaresborough Town AFC in the United Kingdom, where he most recently served as the assistant coach for the Men’s Team after graduating from Mount Aloysius College in December 2019.
While attending Mount Aloysius, Woods played soccer for two seasons before suffering an injury that led him to serve as an undergraduate assistant coach for three seasons. As an athlete for the Mounties, Woods played outside back and was a member of the 2015 Allegheny Mountain Conference Championship team. The 2015 season marked the first conference championship in the program’s history.
In his three seasons as an assistant coach, the Mounties compiled an overall record of 46-13-3 and reached the Allegheny Mountain Conference Championship Final Four each season. Woods oversaw the goalkeepers, becoming the head goalkeeper coach and took the helm for scouting in the fall of 2019. On top of duties with goalkeepers, Woods led team training sessions, assisted with planning offseason strength and conditioning programs, and conducted individual training sessions with student athletes.