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Muñoz comes to the Belles after one season as the head women's soccer coach at Georgia Southwestern State University. During his one season with the program, Muñoz improved the team's win/loss record and also led the program to its highest scoring season in eight years.
Prior to Georgia Southwestern, Muñoz was an assistant at Mercer University. In his two years with the Bears, Muñoz helped Mercer to a 23-14-6 record and consecutive appearances in the Southern Conference Tournament Championship game.

In 2014, Mercer won the Southern Conference Tournament in its first year in the league and advanced to the NCAA Division I Tournament for just the second time in program history. The Bears tallied a 14-6-2 record, winning the most games in a single-season in the program's 30-year history. Mercer also earned its 13th straight NSCAA Team Academic Award.

Before joining the staff at Mercer, Muñoz served as the head men's soccer coach for six seasons at Division II member Eastern New Mexico University. He compiled a 66-42-20 overall record at Eastern New Mexico while leading the Greyhounds to a Lone Star Conference Championship in 2011. Under Muñoz, the Greyhounds set single-season schools records for most wins (11), fewest goals allowed (17) and most shutouts (5).

Prior to his stint at Eastern New Mexico, Muñoz was the head women's soccer coach and the associate head women’s soccer coach at NAIA member Midland University. In the 2007 season, he led the Warriors to a 13-2-4 and earned a runner-up finish in the Great Plains Athletic Conference Championship.

Muñoz played collegiate soccer at William Woods University from 1998-2002 where he was a First Team All-American Midwest Conference selection. He went on to obtain a Master's of Science in Physical Education while serving as a graduate assistant coach at Eastern New Mexico.

A Bogotá, Colombia native, Muñoz also played semi-professionally in the Canadian Professional Soccer League (North York Astros) and the Premier Development League (Sioux Falls Spitfire). Muñoz currently holds a Premier Diploma as well as a Goalkeeping "Level I & II" diplomas from the NSCAA.

In order to give his players the best possible coaching, head soccer coach Travis McCorkle looked outside of the United States and brought in someone with international soccer experience.

Hailing from Trinidad and Tobago, new ASU soccer graduate assistant Jenelle Cunningham brings a vast amount of knowledge to a program that has already proven itself as a winner.

Cunningham earned her bachelor degree in business administration from Murray State in 2013, adding minor in English as well. While in school, she also played for the Racers soccer team, acting as a team captain from 2011-2013 seasons.

Most recently, Cunningham worked for the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs in her home country of Trinidad and Tobago, helping to encourage sport and organizational development throughout the country.

Cunningham has also continued to represent her home country on the pitch, serving as a defender on the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Team in international matches. Inclusion on this team has allowed her to compete against some of the top players in the world.