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Justin Oliver

 
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Justin Oliver joined the St. Olaf College men's soccer coaching staff as an assistant coach on Jan. 21, 2019.

A Second Team All-American for the University of St. Thomas in 2017-18, Oliver joined Wall's staff after serving as the head coach at North St. Paul High School in 2018, leading the team to a 14-4-0 record. He also coached at St. Croix Academy from 2015-19.

Oliver transferred to St. Thomas after three years at Division I Eastern Illinois University, where he recorded 10 goals and five assists in 54 appearances. In his one season as a Tommie, Oliver scored 16 goals and added five assists in 23 appearances, leading to United Soccer Coaches Second Team All-American honors. He was also a First Team All-Midwest Region pick by the United Soccer Coaches and a First Team All-Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) selection, as St. Thomas advanced to the national quarterfinals and won MIAC regular-season and playoff titles.

After playing with Kaw Valley FC and Minneapolis City SC following graduation, Oliver went on trial with two-time defending USL champion Louisville City FC. While with Minneapolis City SC, he was twice named to the National Premier Soccer League Team of the Week in 2018.

Oliver was a standout at North St. Paul High School and ranks third all-time in Minnesota with 154 career points on 92 goals (fifth all-time) and 62 assists (sixth all-time). He was a two-time All-Midwest Region and All-State selection and was named Minnesota's Mr. Soccer and Gatorade Player of the Year, as well as an NSCAA All-American. His teams went a combined 66-9-3.