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Meet the Head Coach (USSF National ’C’ License):
Coach Jay Glascock has been volunteering his time to the game as a competitive player for over 20 years and coach for 18 years. He graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1990 with his Bachelors in General Engineering and went on to obtain his Bachelors and Masters in Civil Engineering from the University of New Mexico. He is retired from the U.S. Air Force and currently works for the Department of Energy. This educational and experiential background brings a unique perspective on his coaching philosophy and style.
He grew up playing Select Soccer for the Denver Kickers Sport Club (Division I) under Coach Peter Michaels. He was named Colorado honorable mention right back, four-year letter winner, and two-time team captain at J.K. Mullen High School, Class 5A, under the tutelage of Coach Paul Renkart. He was recruited to play soccer as a defender at the U.S. Air Force Academy (Division I) for Coach Lou Sagastume.
"I am coaching because I love sports, especially the game of soccer. I want to pass my love of the game on to others. I was blessed with a number of great coaches who sacrificed their time to teach me the game. More importantly, they taught me ’life lessons’. I am forever grateful and want to give back to others what those coaches gave to me."
- USSF National ‘C’ License
- USSF National ’D’ License
- USSF Referee 12 Virginia
- 21 years of playing competitive soccer
- 18 years of coaching experience
- Excellent communication skills and proven leadership qualities
- Success-oriented with high energy and positive attitude
- Knowledge and experience in all positions on the field
- Head Coach, Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club, U-12B to present; team worked their way up from Division VI; currently U-18B, Division II
- Head Coach, Gunston Soccer Club, U-11B to U-12B, Division I
- Assistant Coach, Prince William Soccer, Inc., U14G, Division II
- Head Coach, Alabama AYSO, U-9 Coed, Division I
- Head Coach, Ohio AYSO, U-8G, Division I
- Coach/Player, South Korean Soccer League, Men’s Premier Division
- Head Coach, Taylor Ranch Soccer Club, U9B to U11B, Division I
- Head Coach, New Mexico AYSO, U19G, Division I
- Coach/Player, Albuquerque Soccer League, Men’s Premier Division, feeding players to local professional teams such as the New Mexico Chilies and the Arizona Condors
- At a young age, the main focus should be on developing foot skills and good fundamental technique while having fun.
- Player development is more important than winning at a young age. It is important to find the right level of play in which the team can be competitive in every game.
- Academics are the most important aspect of a player’s life. You may love soccer and want to play professionally, but you must prepare yourself for other aspects of life.
- Players have to learn to play the game under pressure. Composure on the ball and good first touch is important and must be taught and cultivated.
- Maintain an atmosphere where the players are relaxed, enjoy playing, and do not fear making mistakes. Emphasize learning from their mistakes and getting better each time they play.
- Always look for new ways to more effectively teach all aspects of the game.
Meet the Assistant Coach (USSF National ’E’ License):
Coach Jorge Bonilla has been volunteering his time to the game as a competitive coach for over 10 years and as player for over 30 years. He graduated with an Accounting Degree in 1988 at Honduras University. He is currently working as a Systems Analyst for Michael Baker Corporation. His coaching philosophy and style is "Brazilian", a game of possession, because that is what he learned as a player.
He grew up playing Select Soccer for "El Salamar" (Division I) in the city of San Lorenzo Valle, Honduras. At the age of 14 he was recruited to play in the reserve of “El Tiburon” (Professional National league) as a center midfielder.
"I am coaching because I love sports, especially soccer. I would like this beautiful sport to become number one in the USA, and be an instrument to help others love the game of soccer. I thank the coaches who sacrificed their time to teach me the beauty and skills of the game. It is now my turn to give it back to others, and enjoy the game from a different position (the side line)."