In 2011, Alan Cox joined the Lake Oswego High School boys soccer program staff as an assistant coach focusing on player development. Originally from Hastings, England, Alan played for Manstwo FC in Devon, and was named Season MVP in 1999 and 2000. He attended Ivybridge College in Devon, and was team captain from 2000 to 2002, while leading them to two cup finals. Alan also played for Hastings United FC in the Doctor Martins Premiere league.

Alan also brings extensive coaching experience to the LOHS boys soccer program. At the intercollegiate level, he was an assistant coach for the University of Nevada - Las Vegas Rebels womens soccer program. At the club level he was the age group director of FC Las Vegas, served as the head coach of the Nevada Olympic Development program, and was a staff coach for the Region IV ODP program. Prior to moving to Las Vegas, Alan spent four years in Eugene, where he was Director of Coaching at the Oregon United Soccer Academy (OUSA) and was the Director of Future Stars at the Lane County Fall Soccer Academy. At the high school level, Alan has also coached at Churchill, Sheldon, and Wilson High Schools.

He currently coaches at the premier level at the Lake Oswego Soccer Club and the Crossfire Oregon Soccer Club, and holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National "B" License.