Wake Forest graduate Meghan (Suddes) Cox is entering her seventh season on the coaching staff. Cox played four seasons for Tony da Luz, two years at San Diego and two at Wake Forest.
Cox is responsible for recruiting, practice plans, academic supervision, team building and leadership activities. She is also involved with SAAC (Wake Forest's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee) as a team building consultant.
Prior to returning to her alma mater to coach, Cox served as the head coach for the Ohio Premier Club and worked for a company in Columbus, Ohio, that provides team building and adventure races for corporations and sports teams.
A skilled forward for the Demon Deacons in 1997 and 1998, Cox scored 11 goals and recorded four assists at Wake Forest, totaling 24 goals and eight assists in her career. Voted the Freshman of the Year for Toreros, Cox scored a pair of goals against Texas A&M in the first round of the NCAA Tournament her sophomore year. Leading the team in scoring her sophomore year at San Diego, Cox was ranked ninth in the West Coast Conference with 10 goals.
Spending her summers from 1996-99 playing soccer in the USISL W-League, Cox spent three years with the Columbus Ziggs and one year with the Piedmont Triad Spark.
Born in South Bend, Ind., and raised in Dublin, Ohio, Cox graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in communication studies. She enjoys spending time with her family mountain biking, skiing and traveling.
Meghan is married to Jon Cox, also a Wake Forest graduate. They recently welcomed a baby boy in April and reside in Winston-Salem.
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