Select Director of Coaching Boys/Girls
Brett comes to WMSC with over 19 years in coaching at the collegiate and club level where he enjoyed success with a number of different programs. Those positions included DOC at three different clubs and the Head Coach of Women’s program at Northwood University. He has placed over 80 players through his tenure at the collegiate ranks. Brett also played collegiately as captain of High Point University where his team was ranked as high as 9th in the nation at the NAIA level. He holds a USSF “C” National license and has significant experience in camps and combines for elite players moving onto the collegiate level.
Academy Director of Coaching Boys/Girls
Joel also comes to WMSC with over 19 years focusing on the academy and select level. He served with Wellington Soccer Club as Head Coach and Club Trainer for u9-u18. Through his tenure and following his teams as they progressed at various age levels Joel coached several top level premier teams that have ranked in the top 10 nationally according to Soccer In College based on their age bracket. He graduated 11 players to the collegiate level including 6 at the D1 level at Yale, UNLV, NC State, and others as well as produced two NSCAA High School All Americans. Joel holds a USSF “C” National license and is also currently the Head Coach of Girls Varsity Soccer at North Paulding High.
Director of Recreational Programs
David has been a part of our WMSC family for the past 12 years. He has served as a coach on both the recreational and select side, coaching various age divisions from u4 through u19. As such, he brings a wide range of coaching experience at all age and competitive levels. He has served on the WMSC Board of Directors for most of these 12 years as both a board-member-at-large and club treasurer. He has also served as a WMSC referee for several years. He currently holds a USSF “D” certification license. As a recreational coach, he has helped move multiple players into our select program and as a select coach he has helped place over 20 players into the collegiate ranks at various colleges.