Keith Wiggans is in his ninth season as an assistant coach with the College of Charleston men's soccer program.
He played seven seasons for the Charleston Battery of the United Soccer League (USL) First Division after completing his collegiate career at the College of Charleston.
Wiggans supervises goalkeeper training as well as the recruiting responsibilities, budgeting, scheduling and the day-to-day operations of the program.
Prior to rejoining his alma mater, Wiggans spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the West Virginia men’s soccer program and received his master’s degree in athletics coaching education.
While at West Virginia, the Mountaineers posted a 15-3-3 record in 2006 with a perfect 9-0-1 record in Big East Conference play, marking the first time in conference history that a team went undefeated playing at least a 10-game conference schedule.
Wiggans and the staff were named the 2006 Big East Coaching Staff of the Year as the Mountaineers spent eight weeks ranked in the Top 10 nationally including five in the Top 5 and earning a ranking as high as No. 3. Under his tutelage, Nick Noble, earned Big East Goalkeeper of the Year as well as First Team NSCAA All-American honors.
While at the College of Charleston, he produced a Freshman All-American in 2010.
Originally from Athens, Ga., Wiggans ended his college career with the Cougars as one of the most-decorated goalkeepers in school history. As a three-year starter, he posted a 41-16-5 record and helped lead Charleston to its first-ever Southern Conference title as well as a NCAA Tournament appearance in 2004.
Wiggans was a four-year member of the All-SoCon Academic Honor Roll, two-time member of the SoCon All-Tournament and All-Conference Teams as well as a two-time NSCAA All-South Region Second Team selection. He still holds the school record for career goals against average (0.99), wins (41), shutouts (23) and saves (269).
A 2004 graduate of the College of Charleston, he earned his bachelor’s degree in communication. He and his wife, Alice Keeney, who played on the CofC women's soccer team, reside in Charleston and have one daughter, Zoe.