John Adams grew up just outside of Atlanta GA, where he played for the Atlanta Lightning Soccer Club.  While playing with the Lightning, John won several state cups, and was a member of the Georgia ODP program. 

In the winter of 1994, John went to England where he played and trained with the West Bromwich Albion youth team.  He then went on to play at Millsaps College, where he started as a Freshman. 

Still playing in the GMSA Adult leagues, John has been coaching youth soccer for many years, and enjoys nothing more than teaching kids to love and respect the game!


Eric Allen grew up in Bartlett, TN where he played for the Rangers and West Tennessee Futbol Clubs. While playing with West Tennessee Futbol Club his team was ranked in the top 50 nationally. Eric was also a 4 year starter for TN ODP. Eric played and lettered all 4 years at Evangelical Christian School. Eric is married to Laura and has two sons (Eli and Ethan). Outside of soccer, Eric is a global dangerous goods risk manager for Amazon and is an active participant on the Germantown Education Safety Commission. 

Coaching Certification:

United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National D Coaching License



Tom played NCAA Division II soccer for the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Melbourne, FL. He played 3 years in the NASL for the Cocoa Expos while in graduate school. He is currently the assistant coach for the 2008 boys Red team and the head coach for the 2013 boys Red team.

Executive Director

Ted played at Division I Winthrop University where he was a part of 2 Big South Conference Championship Teams. A four year player at Briarcrest Christian School, Ted was a three time All-Region and two time All-State player. A long time player for MFC who played in England, Denmark and Poland.

Bartels was also a four time member of the Tennessee Olympic Development Program. A very technical player, Ted has worked as an assistant coach at Briarcrest as well as a staff coach with HappyFeet and with the Legends Goalscoring Camp.

From 2003-06, Bartels played for Briarcrest where he scored 50 goals and was a three-time All-Region and two-time All-State selection. He also played for the Tennessee State ODP for five years.

He is currently the Volunteer Assistant coach with the University of Memphis Womens soccer team. Previously he was the Assistant coach at Southwest Tn CC, and the head coach at Germantown HS for 4 years.

Coaching Certification:
• Coerver Coaching Youth Diploma
• National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Premier National Diploma
• National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Goalkeeping Level 2 Diploma
• United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National D Coaching License

Director of Coaching – REC Program

Played college soccer at Holmes Community College and Delta State University.

Coaching Certifications:
• United States Soccer Federation (USSF) E License


Studied International Business at University of Memphis. Currently working full time as a Sales Executive at FedEx. Received the USSF D License last summer. 2 years experience as an assistant coach with Germantown Legends and 1 year as head coach. Currently head coach of Boys 2010 Legends White Team.


Antonio “Toni” Carbognani, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, played professionally as a midfielder for the New York Cosmos and the Memphis Rogues in the NASL.  He later managed the Memphis Express of the USL Premier Development League.

Carbognani started his playing career with San Telmo in 1975.  In 1976, he was sold to Barcelona Sporting Club of Ecuador.  In 1979, he was signed by New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League.  In the fall of 1979, the Cosmos sent him to the Memphis Rogues in time for the NASL indoor season.  He then played the 1980 outdoor season for the Rogues.  In the fall of 1981, Carbognani signed with the Memphis Americans of the Major Indoor Soccer League.  In 1983, he played for the Jacksonville Tea Men of the American Soccer League.  In 1984, the Memphis Americans moved to Las Vegas, Nevada where the team spent the 1984–1985 MISL season as the Las Vegas Americans.  The team folded at the end of the season and the league declared Carbognani to be a free agent.  He then signed with the Baltimore Blast.  The Blast released him at the end of the season and Carbognani moved to the Memphis Storm of the American Indoor Soccer Association.  The team changed its name to the Rogues before the 1989–1990 season.  That year, Carbognani both played and coached the team.  In 1990, he moved to the Chicago Power.  The AISA had also changed its name to the National Professional Soccer League.  In 1991, he was back with the Rogues who were now playing in the Southwest Independent Soccer League.  In the fall of 1991, the Rogues were renamed the Memphis Survivors and they played in the USISL indoor league.  He may not have played again until the summer of 1994 when he was on the Memphis Jackals roster.

In the fall of 1988, the Memphis Storm elevated Carbognani to the position of player-head coach. At the end of the season, they replaced him with Don Tobin and Carbognani continued as a player only.   In December 1989, Carbognani replaced Don Tobin the head coach.

Coaching Certifications:
     United States Soccer Federation (USSF) B License



Kirk has been involved in coaching at a variety of levels.  He was on the staff at Germantown High School as JV and Assistant on Varsity, the original Fury club as girls U19 coach and the Tennessee Olympic Development Program as girls U16 and U19 coach in the late 1980s.

Kirk moved to California where he continued playing and coaching before returning to Germantown in 2001. He coached with the Germantown Fire before joining the staff at Legends at the start of the club in 2011.  He has coached our HS boys and HS girls teams, 2005 White, 2007 Black and 2008 White.  Kirk has also been an assistant for 2004 Black NL,  2003 Black NL and Lady Legends 2008 Black NL. 

Coach Kirk resides in Germantown along with his wife Kristy.

Coaching Certifications:
United States Soccer Federation National C License
United States Soccer Federation National D License
US Youth Soccer National “Youth” License

National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Diploma


Brendan grew up in Westfield, New Jersey, where he played for the Players Development Academy (PDA) club and won multiple New Jersey State Cups and Regional Championships. He was an all-state defender for Westfield High School before playing at Bowdoin College in Maine. At Bowdoin, Brendan was a two-time captain, and had two appearances on the NESCAC all-conference and New England all-regional teams. He has been coaching with the Legends through our recreational and competitive programs since 2018.

Coach, 9v9 Coaching Director

Win Premier Season 4 times in ’06, 07, 08, 09 with Vardar North Michigan U-11, U-12, U-13 boys teams. Win Premier Season in 2016 with U-15 Girls, BASA Spirit ’02.

Head Coach Nouvelle HS Boys Saginaw Michigan 1 year

Head Coach John Gleen HS Boys 10 years.

Vardar North Premier Michigan 6 years.

Assistant Coach, Saginaw Valley University, Boys soccer 1 year.

Assistant Coach Central Michigan University/Boys & Girls 4 years.

Director of Coaching/Head of Basa Skill Academy 9 years.

2005/2006 ECNL Regional, Head Coach, Germantown Legends, 1 year.

2012 Black Boys Head Coach.

Play professional soccer in Romania, FC Brasov 1983-1989. Play professional soccer in Germany, Fortuna Dusseldorf Team 2, 1990-1995. Play professional soccer in Israel, Macabi Natanya, 1995-1997. 2000-2001 Detroit Rockers, Professional Indoor League.

Coach, ECNL Girls Director

-USSF B License
-Advanced National Diploma
-Director of Coaching Diploma
-Coerver Youth License
-US Club Soccer La Liga Formation Methodology, level 3 course
-Horst Wein Coaching Certificate
-VPR LMT (Loaded Movement Training), level 2, fitness training certificate

Work Experience

-Over 35 years coaching experience
-Director of Coaching – Chattanooga Football Club Academy, 2019-present

-Girls Program Director – Jacksonville Armada Youth Academy

-Academy Director (8U, 9U, 10U),
Challenge Soccer Club

-Director of Coaching, Academy Director
Austin Texans Soccer Club

-Director or Junior Age Girls Program (12U-15U), Director of Girls Youth Academy (8U-11U), Recreation Director-
Germantown Soccer Club Fury

– Mens and Womens Asst Coach-
University of West Florida

-State Coach
-Tennessee Olympic Development Program
-Florida Olympic Development Program
-Eastern District Director



Coaching Experience

·         Head Coach of 94 Boys team (East Tennessee). Graduating 4 players to college soccer teams.

·         Head Coach of 07 Girls team. Fever United – North Texas

·         Head coach 11 Girls team. Fever United – North Texas

·         Head Coach 07 Girls team. Germantown Legends

·         Head Coach 08 Boys team. Germantown Legends

Professional Coaching Licenses and Courses 

·         USYS – National Youth Coaching License (40 Hours)

·         USSF – National D License (60 Hours)

·         USSF – Grassroots 11 v 11 in person (4 Hours)

·         USSF – Grassroots 9 v 9 – in person (4 Hours)

·         NSCAA – Level 6 Diploma (21 Hours)

·         NSCAA – Level 4 Diploma. (18 Hours)

·         Coerver Youth Diploma Course (12 Hours)

·         Schellas Hyndman Coaching Clinic

Coach, 7v7 Coaching Director

Playing Career/Accolades:
• 1992 Arkansas Gatorade Player of the Year
• 4 year starter at Christian Brothers University
• 1993, 1994, 1995 TCAC All Conference
• 1994,1995 Goalkeeper of the Year
• 1993 NSCAA All South Region Team
• 1995 All American Honorable Mention
• 1996 Gulf South All Conference
• 1996 Panama City Classic All-Tournament Team

Professional career:
• 1997 A League Worchester Wildfire
• 1997 Division III Pro-League Cape Cod Crusaders
• 1999 Connacht Senior League in Ireland

Coaching Career:
• Club Staff Coach 2001-present
• ODP Staff Coach 2006-present
• Christian Brothers University Goalkeeper Coach 2000 & 2001
• University of Memphis Goalkeeper Coach 2004 & 2005
• Rhodes College Goalkeeper Coach 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013-2016
• Southwest Community College Assistant Coach 2018-present

Coaching Licenses:
• USSF National Youth License
• NSCAA National and Advanced National Diplomas




  • USSF National D License
  • Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma
  • United Soccer Coaches Foundations of Coaching
  • United Soccer Coaches Advanced Technical Training

Coaching Experience:

  • Memphis FC 2019-current
  • Lobos Rush 2018-2019
  • Memphis Hearts FC 2014-2018
  • Soccer Ole 2011-2013
  • TN Rush 2009-2011
  • Christ Methodist 2006-2008
  • Crichton College 2003
  • Rangers Soccer Club 1994-2000
  • Evergreen 1990-1993
  • Memphis United FC (Men) 1990-2010


Andy Metcalf was born in Overland Park, Kansas before moving multiple times with his family, ending up in Jackson, TN for high school.  He attended the University School of Jackson (USJ) and excelled in four sports: basketball, football, cross country and soccer.  His primary love, however, has always been soccer.

During his high school soccer career at USJ, Metcalf set the state goal scoring records for a single season (72) and career (182).  He was a three-time All-Region selection and was named All-State and Gatorade State Player of the Year for Tennessee his senior season. 

After his high school career, Metcalf was blessed to receive a soccer scholarship to play at the University of Memphis. Metcalf helped his Tiger teams to an overall record of 42-27-6 during his four seasons of competition, including a school-record 16 wins in 2004, culminating in a Conference USA regular season and tournament championship. This led to only the second NCAA tournament appearance in school history.  His 90 career points scored and 39 career goals scored both rank third all-time in Memphis soccer history.  

After his University of Memphis career, Metcalf was selected 19th overall by D.C. United in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft.  He played one season where he scored against Scottish Premier League champions Glasgow Celtic in a friendly.  He also played for the Atlanta Silverbacks of the United Soccer League.

After his playing career ended, Metcalf was voted into the Jackson Madison County Sports Hall of Fame (2012) and the University of Memphis M Club Sports Hall of Fame (2014).

Coaching certifications:

United States Soccer Federation (USSF) E License

United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National D License


Director of Operations

(901) 652-5797

Donald started his competitive soccer career in the 70’s, and has continued his love of the game through coaching.  Donald started coaching in 1999, focusing primarily on young players just starting their soccer careers.  He has coached competitive teams, helping in the transition from the Germantown Fire to the Germantown Legends Soccer program.

Currently, running the Germantown Legends Recreation Soccer programs, he oversees our Future Legends Skills Sessions for U5 thru U10.

He also helped to start the Germantown Legends’ TOPSoccer program as well.

While attending Christian Brothers High School, he participated in the Cross Country and Track & Field programs, while also playing club soccer.  He also was a two-time All-American for the Germantown Track Club in both the 3,000 and 5,000 meters.

Donald continued running Cross Country and Track & Field into college at Missouri State University.

Coaching Philosophy:
“My goal is to develop players to the best of their ability.  I want to pass on an appreciation, respect and understanding of the beautiful game of soccer.  I want to enable the players to make good decisions, while learning good sportsmanship, confidence and team unity, as they grow as individuals and as well as a team.  The game of soccer teaches, as in life, that nothing comes without a little hard work and dedication.  And, that by doing the little things, the right way, they can lead to having success both on and off of the field, while also having a little fun along the way.” 

A 1986 graduate of Missouri State University, Coach Nobert resides in Germantown, TN with his wife, Marci and their four kids.

Coaching Certifications & Awards:
• United Soccer Coaches (USC) National Diploma
• United Soccer Coaches (USC) Goalkeeping Level 2 Diploma
• United Soccer Coaches (USC) Level 1 Futsal Diploma
• United Soccer Coaches (USC) Get aHEAD Safely in Soccer Diploma
• United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National D License
• United States Youth Soccer (USYS) National Youth License
• The FA Level 1 Introduction to Talent Identification
• US Youth Soccer Coach of the Month (May 2011)



Playing Career:

A graduate of Iowa State University, Lauren Draughon earned several honors while playing for the Lady Cyclones as a forward and midfielder, Academic All-Big 12 First Team, Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, Cyclone Newcomer of the Year, Cyclone Excellence Award Winner, ISU Scholar-Athlete, and ISU Dean’s List. 

Lauren began her semi-professional career with the Des Moines Menace (WPSL) as a Defender.  And, later joining the Memphis Lobos, earning a spot on the WPSL Southeast Region All Conference team three times.

Professional Career:

Kicking off her professional career, Lauren Captained the Memphis Americans for the inaugural 2021-2022 season and again for the 2023 season. The Memphis Americans Women’s team are back-to-back National Champions. Lauren was also named to the 2023 First Team All-League Team for the NISL. For the 2024 season, Lauren joined the Memphis Mayhem (formerly Americans).

During her professional career, Lauren has scored 20 goals and had 16 assists for a total of 36 points. 

Coaching Licenses:

  • USSF “D” National License
  • USSF “E” National License
  • USSF 7v7 License
  • USSF 9v9 License


Played with Memphis Futbol Club for 10 years (’85, ’84 and ’83 teams)

Traveled to Europe with MFC ’83 to compete in Germany, France, Belgium and Holland.

Houston High School Varsity (3 years), Junior Varsity (1 year)

Battled back from ACL surgery senior year of high school to earn a NCAA Division 1 athletic scholarship at Appalachian State University Women’s Soccer (Division 1).  Lee played 4 years for Applalachian State.

“I am passionate about coaching young, female athletes to increase their individual skill set, encourage team unity, promote a love for the game and develop life skills that will take them far beyond the playing field.” 

Coaching Certification:
        United States Soccer Federation (USSF) E License



Played club soccer with the Memphis Americans Soccer Club and was a 5 x Tennessee State Champion.

Played high school soccer at White Station High School.  

Played collegiately for University of Memphis and was a Great Midwest Conference Champion.

Has coached the youth level for many years.

United States Soccer Federation D License


Hartfield academy assistant boys coach

Greater Binghamton futbol club

2016 (2001 girls) assistant
2nd in national league
Usys nationals berth

Chenango valley high school
Boys jv coach

Sayre high school
Boys varsity coach

Memphis futbol club

Germantown Legends

2023- present
Southwest Tennessee community college
Volunteer assistant women’s coach

Coach, ECNL Director

(901) 337-5974

Coaching Licenses
    • USSF A License 2004
    • USSF Talent Scout License 2021
    • UEFA B License 2020
    • NSCAA/USC Premier Diploma 2015
    • USSF Goalkeeping License 2008
    • USSF National Youth Diploma 2011

Coaching Experience
    • South Region ODP Age Group Head Coach 2020- present  
    • Region III ODP Age Group Assistant Coach 2013 to 2019
    • Region III ODP Staff Coach 2012 to present
    • Memphis FC Technical Director 2018 to present
    • U.S. Soccer Youth National Team Scout 2016 to present
    • Region III ODP Age Group Assistant Coach 2013 to present
    • Region III ODP Staff Coach 2012 to present
    • Tennessee State ODP Head Coach boys and girls 2008 to 2014
    • MidSouth FC DOC U13 to U18 2015 to 2018
    • MidSouth FC U8 to U12 DOC 2008 to 2015
    • Germantown Fury Boys DOC U8 to U12 2006 to 2008
    • Memphis FC staff coach 2004 to 2006
    • University of Memphis Men’s Soccer Assistant 2004 to 2006
    • Christian Brothers High School Boys Soccer Assistant 2004
    • Cedarburg SC Wisconsin staff coach 2002 to 2004
    • Milwaukee Kickers staff coach 2001

Playing Experience
    • Professional
    • Nashville Metros USL A League 2001
    • Milwaukee Wave MISL 2001 to 2004
    • St. Louis Steamers MISL 2004 College
    • University of South Alabama 1996 to 1998
    • University of Memphis 1999
    •Youth Memphis FC U14 to U20 1991 to 1998
    • Region III ODP team U16 and U17
    • Tennessee State ODP team U12 to U17
    • CBHS Varsity 1993 to 1996

Other accomplishments
Tennessee Boys Competitive Coach of the year 2012, Conference USA Champion University of Memphis 2004, MISL All Rookie Team 2003, Two-time MISL Milwaukee Wave regular season champion 2001 to 2003, Big South Conference Champion University of South Alabama 1998, Memphis FC U20 3rd Place at USYS National Championships 1998.


Coach Ryan moved to Germantown from the Midwest in 1990 and his competitive soccer career began here.  Initially he played for Kickers ’79 and which then evolved into Memphis Futbol Club ’79.  He & his teammates claimed 3 state championships, 3 Region III tournament appearances, and a Region III U19 tournament win in 1998. With that MFC ‘79 placed 3rd at US National Championships in Phoenix, AZ in 1998.

He led the Germantown Red Devils to back-to-back district & regional championships.  He was twice named as a member of the NSCAA High School Umbro All-SOUTH team.  He also was nominated as a finalist for local Commercial Appeal Best of Preps Player of the Year his junior & senior year.  He won’t Best of Preps POY his senior season in 1997.

Ryan was recruited by many D1 schools and chose Bowling Green State University.  As a freshman forward, he recorded 5 goals and 5 assists, and helped lead the Falcons who were ranked 15th nationally to a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA National Tournament and Falcons finished 18-6 that year.  He then transferred back home to finish his career at The University of Memphis where we started at Defensive Midfield.  In 1998, he earned Defensive MVP honors at the C-USA tournament and assisted on two goals in the Tiger semifinal victory over Marquette.  He started 15 of 16 games.

Ryan was selected for the U23 ODP Region III team in 1999 and 2000 and invited to tryout for the U23 U.S. National Team ‘B’ in those years in Portland, Oregon and Kingston, Rhode Island.  He finished his playing career at Memphis with a total of 6 goals and 5 assists while being Team Captain of the Tigers in his Senior year.

Ryan currently holds his National USSF “D” License and will be beginning his 5th year with the 2011 Legends.

Ryan is married to his wife Brittany since 2005 and has 2 sons, Greyson & Lachlan. Lachlan currently plays for the 2011 Legends Black team.

Coaching Certification:
       United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National D Coaching License

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Played for Arlington High School varsity soccer team all 4 years. She led the team in 3 district and regional championship titles. She is a three-time Golden Glove winner, three-time MVP and a two-time All-State selection. She is a two-time Best of Preps, a Player of the Year nominee for Best of Preps, and a member of Tennessee ODP and Lobos. 
Went on to play Division 1 soccer for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During her 4 years in Chattanooga she was their starting keeper. 

2021 Junior
Earned a shutout in the season opener against UAB and suffered a season-ending injury in the final minute … made 10 saves on 16 shots faced.

2020 (2021 Spring) Junior
Goals against average was second-best for the Mocs in a single season at 0.78…moved to second on the Mocs’ career chart with 14 shutouts…third for career GAA – 0.87…takes over second all-time for career wins with 15…played and started seven matches…posted a 3-3-1 record with two shutouts and one combined.

2019 Sophomore
Started 13 games in goal … posted a 6-5-2 record … recorded six shutouts, second most in a single season at UTC … had 64 saves for a .842 saves percentage … allowed just 12 goals for a 0.90 goals against average, third best in a single season for UTC … recorded 15 saves against Samford, 10th most in a single game for the Mocs … ranks ninth on the Mocs’ all-time charts for saves (118) in just two seasons … third all-time with a 0.90 goals against average … second for most wins with 12 and third for most shutouts at Chattanooga with 12 in two years.

2018 Freshman
Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team … was a mid-season pick for Top Drawer Soccer Top 100 Freshman … ranked 75th in the NCAA and second in the SoCon for goals against average (0.913) … 69th in the NCAA and second in the SoCon for saves percentage (.821) … 97th in the NCAA and second in the SoCon for shutouts (6) … second on the Mocs’ single-season chart for GAA and third for most shutouts in a season at UTC … ranks second all-time at UTC for goals against average … tied for fifth at UTC for wins … third all-time for the Mocs for shutouts with six.


(303) 748-6949


(847) 436-3601

Coaching certifications:

  • United States Soccer Federation (USSF) D License


(901) 481-6965

Director of Coaching – Competitive Program

Upon graduating from the University of North Carolina where he was a four year starter, Talley was drafted 14th overall by D.C. United in the 1998 MLS College Draft.  Talley immediately earned a spot in the United lineup, starting 19 games and appearing in 29; he would remain in that role for the next three years, winning an MLS Cup with the team in 1999.  During the 1999 MLS Cup title season, Talley scored a career-high 4 goals.  He scored his first MLS goal on May 15, 1999 at Kansas City, and started all six playoff matches for DC, including MLS Cup 1999, which United won 2-0 over the Galaxy.

In 2002, Talley was traded to the Kansas City Wizards for future considerations; although he was usually a starter when healthy.  Talley had injury problems in 2003, and was subsequently traded in the offseason to the Dallas Burn along with Eric Quill in exchange for Shavar Thomas.  Although he had little playing time at the beginning of the season, Talley eventually supplanted Philip Salyer as the team’s starting right back, and finished the year with one assist in 19 starts.  After playing in 20 games in 2005, he was traded to Real Salt Lake.  In his first season with RSL, he posted career-highs after starting in all 30 appearances and logging 2,618 minutes played, and tied for second on squad and recorded a career-best eight assists from his right back position.  On May 13, 2006 he recorded his first two-assist game at the Los Angeles Galaxy, helping RSL to a 3-0 win and its first-ever road victory.

On May 9, 2008, he was traded to Chivas USA for a future conditional pick in the 2010 or 2011 MLS SuperDraft.  During his stay with Chivas, he appeared in 43 league matches scoring 1 goal, being primarily deployed as the club’s starting right back.  On March 2010, he was released by Chivas USA and later signed by D.C. United.  Talley appeared in 15 league matches for United upon his return to the side appearing in 15 matches and scoring 1 goal.  He was traded by D.C. United to New York Red Bulls on September 15, 2010 in exchange for a 2011 MLS SuperDraft 2nd round pick.  The move was made by New York to help strengthen the squad during its playoff run.

Talley was inducted to the Tennessee State Soccer Association (TSSA) Hall of Fame in 2020.

Coach Talley resides in Germantown, TN with his wife and two children.  He is still active with Major League Soccer.

Coaching Certification & Awards:
• Tennessee State Soccer Association (TSSA) 2020 Hall of Fame
• United States Soccer Federation (USSF) A License


(901) 550-3116

Originally from Memphis, Clark Talley played youth soccer for Memphis Futbol Club.  He attended Houston High School, where he was a two-time Tennessee State and National Champion.

Clark attended the University of Memphis, where he was a four year starter.  He was on the Conference USA all freshman team.  He aslo played on the US U20 National Pool.

Clark has coached for the Memphis Kickers and the Olive Branch Rage.

Married with two boys.

Coaching Certification:

  • United States Soccer Federation E License

Coach, Camp Director

(901) 619-8238

Germantown Legends Soccer Club  – Technical Skills & Camp Director (July 2022 – Present)

Palm Beach Gardens Soccer Club (FL) –  Girls Academy Soccer Coach (July 2021 – July 2022)

Southwest Tennessee Community College (NJCAA Division I) – Head Women’s Soccer Coach  (May 2017 – January 2021)

Tennessee Olympic Developmental Program (ODP) –  Head Women’s Soccer Coach (May 2017 – December 2019)

Neosho County Community College (NJCAA Division I)  – Assistant Men’s and Women’s Soccer Coach (July 2016 – May 2017)

South Carolina Olympic Developmental Program (ODP) –  Goalkeeper Coach (January 2016 – July 2016)

Carolina Elite Soccer Academy (SC) – Head Soccer Coach/Goalkeeper Coach (September 2015 – June 2016)

Limestone College (NCAA Division II) – Goalkeeper/Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach (July 2015 – June 2016)

Arkansas Olympic Developmental Program (ODP) – Head Boys Soccer Coach (May 2015 – July 2015)

University of the Ozarks (NCAA Division III) – Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach (April 2015 – July 2015)

Germantown Legends Soccer Club (TN) – Head Girls Soccer Coach (2011– 2014)

Purple Rain Soccer Club (TN) – Head Girls Soccer Coach (2010 – 2011)


University of the Ozarks (NCAA Division III) (2006 – 2010)
• Three year starter 
• Helped the program to a 43-15-4 record and a regular season championship in 2007.
• While playing the team qualified for the playoffs three times
• Three-time All-Conference Player
• Voted to the American Southwest Conference All-Tournament Team in 2007 and 2009
• Rank among the program’s top-10 in points (56), goals (19) and assists (18)

Christian Brothers University (NCAA Division II) (2008 – 2009)
• One year starter

Houston High School (Germantown, TN) (2002 – 2006) 
• Three year letterman
• Named to the All-State team (twice)
• Best of the Preps Finalist in 2006

Coaching License 
• USSF “C” National License
• USSF “D” National License 
• United Soccer Coaches – Premier Diploma 
• United Soccer Coaches – Advanced National Diploma
• United Soccer Coaches – National Diploma
• Coerver Coaching Youth Diploma



(901) 461-9568

A lifelong Memphian, Tommy grew up playing competitive soccer for Memphis Futbol Club. His MFC team was one of the first to win the USYS Regional Championship from Memphis and finished 3rd in the 1998 USYS National Championships. Tommy then played for Germantown High School, earning All-State honors as a senior. In 1997, Tigers Head Coach Chris Bartels recruited Tommy to play soccer for the University of Memphis, where he was a 4-year letter winner.

He has been the asst coach for the 2010 Legends boys for the past 4 years.


(901) 219-3083

Kevin Wilson grew up in Germantown, TN and played soccer with Germantown Fury ’76 from its formation until college years.  While playing for Fury ’76, Kevin was part of TSSA State Championship team. 

Kevin played multiple sports growing up including soccer, baseball, and basketball.  He is a graduate of Millsaps College in Jackson, MS and chose to play baseball where he played for four years.

He also has his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University (Chicago, IL).

Kevin currently resides in Memphis, and is married to Jaime and they have 3 daughters (Lily, Campbell, and Lucy).  He has coached his daughters the last 8 years at both the recreational and competitive levels.

Coaching Certification:

  • United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “E” License