Head Coach Jake Wyman

Jake Wyman is entering his second season as the Head Coach of the Montevallo Women's Soccer program after three seasons as an assistant coach with the Falcons.

In his first year at the helm, Wyman amassed a 14-4-4 record; the best W/L% and fewest number of losses in the programs 25 year history.  Including 3 wins over nationally ranked opponents.  The 2019 team finished the GSC regular season with a 10-2-1 record, the most GSC wins in program history.  As the 2 seed, the Falcons went on to win the GSC Tournament Championship for the first time since 2007.  2019 also marked the programs return to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2008. The 2019 season was a total team effort, with 15 different goal scorers and 18 different players contributing with an assist, both are program bests.  2019 featured 4 All-Conference Selections, Romee Contreras, Melanie Stevens, Michaila Franklin & Hannah Waki with Contreras and Stevens also landing on the All-South Region Team.

Wyman served as the Falcons’ assistant coach from 2016-2018, culminating with the team’s run to the Gulf South Conference Championship as the 7 seed.  The 2018 Championship run featured wins against two nationally ranked teams before falling short to an unbeaten West Florida 20-0, ranked #2 nationally.  As assistant, Wyman led the recruiting efforts and helped the Program advance to the conference tournament in two of the three seasons.

Wyman joined the program after serving as a Director for Clarksville Soccer Club in Middle Tennessee.

Wyman also comes with collegiate coaching experience having served as an Assistant Coach at both Lander (2008-2011) and Austin Peay State University (2011-2014).

Wyman holds a USSF B License and an NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma.

Wyman played four years at Coker College under former Montevallo Women’s Soccer Coach Robert Lane.  He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Coker College and earned another degree from Lander University in Physical Education.

Jake married his wife, Morgan Rudolph Wyman in July 2019. He is a native of Bradenton, Fla.