Nate Lie (pronounced LEE) joined the University of Cincinnati women's soccer program in January 2013 as assistant coach/recruiting coordinator after spending the previous four seasons in the same capacity for his alma mater, Miami University. During his four-year stint at Miami, the RedHawks compiled an overall record of 54-26-5, including a 25-14-5 Mid-American Conference mark.
Most recently in 2012, Lie helped guide Miami to the MAC regular-season and tournament championships; as well a trip to the second round of the NCAA Championship after the RedHawks went 20-3-1 record (10-0-1 MAC).
Sixteen RedHawks garnered All-MAC honors during Lie's tenure at Miami, including forward Jess Kodiak, who in 2012 was named a NSCAA third-team All-America selection and the MAC Offensive Player of the Year.
In his first year on the sidelines, Lie helped lead Miami to the Mid-American Conference tournament championship game.
As a student-athlete at Miami from 1996-2000, Lie was a two-time Academic All-MAC selection for the men's soccer program, earning First-Team Academic All-MAC honors in 1998, in addition to Academic All-Ohio accolades that same season. In 1997, Lie earned Second-Team All-MAC honors.
Lie graduated from Miami in 2000 with bachelor's degrees in economics and finance.