I grew up in the North Texas select soccer system where I was blessed to learn from a few great coaches: Tim Trevino, John Gall Sr., and Kevin Smith. The final club team that I played for was Solar 89, a very successful and well coached team. We won multiple big time tournaments including the National Championship. Solar 89 won Classic League all eight years as well as the Premier League multiple times and was never ranked lower than 3rd in the country.
In high school I played for Plano Senior High and coached by Bob Weir. I accumulated District and All-Area honors throughout my career as well as District Offensive MVP honor. My senior year we were ranked in the top five nationally for high school soccer. I also accumulated District and 1st team All-Area honors as a corner for the Plano Senior High Football team on the Grid Iron.
I was recruited by multiple Division 1 schools and eventually choose the University of Michigan. My freshman year I was the only freshman that lettered and didn’t redshirt. At its peak the team was ranked as high as 9th in the country, but unfortunately barely missed the NCAA tournament.
Due to injuries and missing my home state of Texas, I decided to transfer from the University of Michigan to Midwestern State University in Texas to play under Coach Doug Elder. Once again, I was fortunate to be part of another special program and enjoyed a successful career at Midwestern. We won conference all three years I played with the team, made the NCAA tournament all three years, advanced to an Elite Eight, and, in my last year, went undefeated in the regular season to advance to the Final Four.
I accumulated all conference and all academic honors during my collegiate career, but unfortunately also accumulated three knee surgeries which ended my career. I then graduated and have been teaching/coaching for the last three years at Wilson Middle School in Plano, Texas. This will be my ninth year as head coach of my alma mater.
Dedicated and reliable teacher and coach with a consistent record of identifying and developing talent for success. Experience playing and coaching multiple sports. A teacher at PSHS for 28 years as well as a 1983 graduate of PSHS.
Hey there Wildcats! My name is Carson Meger, and I am going on my 9th year teaching and my 8th teaching Special Education at PSHS. After graduating from PSHS in 2009, I attended the University of Texas at El Paso as a student athlete on the football team. I am currently an assistant Football coach for the PSHS Football team as well as an assistant coach for the Wildcat Men's Soccer program. GO WILDCATS!
Coach Chris Reynolds is celebrating twenty year's service since joining Plano Senior High School as an Athletic Trainer. Coach Reynolds graduated from Artesia High School, Artesia, New Mexico and he further extendedhis education by attending and graduating from McMurray University, Abilene, Texas with a Bachelor Degree. Coach Reynolds is married to his wife, Shannon and have a daughter Carter and a son Caleb. Coach not only serves as an athletic trainer for Wildcat Men's Soccer, but serves in that capacity for a number of Plano Senior High sports, beginning with Wildcat Football in the fall, treating many bruises and sprains as well as treating and evaluating serious injuries. Coach Reynolds is a long time asset and mentor for Plano Senior High.