FC Wisconsin Staff Coach
Jamie joins the FC Wisconsin Nationals staff after a successful first season as the assistant coach of the Cardinal Stritch University men's soccer program. The Wolves narrowly missed out on a national tournament berth and conference championship losing 1-0 in the tournament final.
Jamie played for the youth and reserve teams of professional side Scunthorpe United Football Club in England, then in the second tier of English football. In college, he was an all-conference and all-region player his freshman and sophomore years for Lees-McRae college in North Carolina. During his time there Lees-McRae won back to back regular season championships and conference tournaments, were ranked at number 1 in the nation for consecutive weeks and played in the national championship game narrowly losing 1-0. Jamie tallied 12 goals and 11 assists in his two years in North Carolina before transferring to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where he was a 2 year-starter, 2 time Horizon League honor roll member, ranked second in goals and points his senior year and posted in the top 10 highest GPA's for all student athletes at UWM. Jamie moved into a coaching position for UW-Milwaukee and helped them enjoy there most successful season for some time posting a 15-3-2 overall record, capturing the Horizon League Championship and playing in the national tournament.
Jamie is originally from Doncaster, England and holds an FA level 2 coaching badge, an NVQ level 3 in achieving excellence in sports performance, a bachelors of science in Kinesiology and is currently working on his masters in sports management.
Cardinal Stritch University
Men's Soccer Assistant Coach