Tommy Hubbard graduated from USAO in spring 2007 with a degree in business. He earned a master’s in sports administration in 2009.
During his time at USAO, he started for the Drovers for four years collecting 33 career goals for the Drovers. He helped lead the team to three consectutive Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Championships and to the Regional Tournament for all four years.
Alexis Vizarelis is an Assistant Coach for the men's soccer teams. He has been with USAO's soccer program since it began in 1998, first as one of the school’s best goalkeepers and then as an assistant under Head Coach Jimmy Hampton.
While coaching at USAO, Vizarelis has helped develop players to become NAIA All-Americans and serves as recruiting coordinator and goalkeeper coach for the programs.
His goalkeeping ability and defensive philosophy is almost unprecedented. Hampton has said Vizarelis is one of the best goalkeepers he’s seen and someone who has made a difference coaching USAO goalies.
As a player, Vizarelis is one of the most decorated goalkeepers in USAO’s history. At one time, he has held every school goalkeeping record.
Vizarelis’ best overall season came in 1998 when he collected 202 saves, a 1.32 goals against average and 17 wins to go along with six shutouts. That year, he helped the Drovers to an 11-5 record in the team’s first season.
His final season, he allowed 27 goals on 168 shots against him while starting in nearly every game.
For his career (1998-2001) Vizarelis notched 21 shutouts, which is also a school record. He posted a 1.41 career goals against average.
In addition to his coaching position at USAO, he is currently the director of goalkeeping for the Oklahoma Football Club, the largest club in the state.
In February 2007, Vizarelis was inducted into the USAO Athletic Hall of Fame.
Vizarelis is a native of Chemsford, Essex, near London. He and his wife, former USAO basketball star Janice Corkery, live in Edmond. The couple has one son, Dimitri.
In a field dominated by men, Jessica Jackson brings a completely unique blend of arts perspective and creative muscle to her position in sports media at USAO.
An Oklahoma native, Jackson is the first female sports information coordinator at USAO. She began work in October 2009 — right in the middle of soccer season. You might see her running around snapping photos at games or helping coordinate various sporting events around campus. She also contributes to media projects, feature writing and admissions marketing.
Jackson graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in journalism.
Previously, she has been a news reporter for both The Oklahoman and the Stillwater NewsPress.
In her spare time, she loves baking, running triathlons, scrapbooking, reading and spending time with friends and family.