2017 ID Clinics

 


Fall Clinic - November 5th

 

1st Session - 8:30am-12pm

 

2nd Session - 1pm-4:30pm


 

Winter Clinic - December 10th

 

 

1st Session - 8:30am-12pm

 

2nd Session - 1pm-4:30pm

 

 

 


Location: Temple Sports Complex - 1365 W. Master Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19122

 

 

 

Coaching Staff

Temple Men's Soccer Coaching Staff

 

 

 

David MacWilliams

                                            

Head Coach

 

 

 

David MacWilliams is entering his 16th season as the head coach for the Temple men's soccer team.  MacWilliams guided the team to a fantastic start in its first season in the American Athletic Conference in 2013, finishing fourth with a record of 10-4-4, 3-1-4 after being picked by every coach to finish last in the conference.  MacWilliams was named the Bill Harris Coach of the Year after Temple was named the Philadelphia Soccer Six Champions.  MacWilliams and the rest of his staff were also named the American Athletic Conference Coaching Staff of the Year.  MacWilliams also achieved his 100th career win from the Temple sideline in the team’s season opener at Saint Peters.

 

Tusoccer@temple.edu

 

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James Gledhill

 

Assistant Coach

 

James Gledhill was hired as Temple's assistant men's soccer coach in february of 2016, bringing with him more than adozen years of coaching experience.A native of Huddersfield, England, Gledhill joins the Owls’ staff following four years as the head coach at Holmes Community College in Goodman, Mississippi. In his college career, Gledhill spent three seasons at the University of Mobile where he became a two-time All-American and led the Rams to their first-ever National Championship as a senior in 2002. During the NAIA National Tournament that year, Gledhill was named the sole MVP out of a pool of players from 220 participating colleges. Currently, Gledhill holds four coaching licenses that include a USSf A License, a UefA B License, a NSCAA Premier Diploma, and a National youth License. 

 

 

 

Gleddy@temple.edu

 


 

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Joe Barber

 

Assistant Coach

 

 

Joe Barber joined the Temple men’s soccer staff in May of 2016. A native of Leeds, england he holds his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, USSF 'E' License & the english FA Level 2 coaching qualifications. Barber joins the Owls from eastern florida State College at where he served as Assistant Coach for one seasonin 2015. In 2015 the Titans finished 3rd at the NJCAA D1 National Championships compiling a record of 15-2-2. Prior to eastern florida, Barber worked for from the University of Mobile where he served as the volunteer Assistant Coach for the 2014 season. Barber played his college years in NCAA DII with Limestone College in South Carolina for 2 years, and then transferred to florida Tech for his remaining 2 years of college eligibility. 

 

 

 Joe.Barber@temple.edu

 


 

Jake Lister

 

Director of Soccer Operations

 

 

Lister, a 2014 graduate of Temple University and men’s soccer alum, joined the staff in 2016 as a graduate assistant and director of operations after two years as an assistant coach at Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, Pa. As an Owl, Lister made 33 starts and logged six goals and five assists across his four years of play. He completed his undergraduate degree in kinesiology and is now working towards a master’s degree in sports business in the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. In his role as director of operations, Lister is responsible for overseeing all email, recruitment material preparation,travel planning and camp materials. He also assists with the team’s social media accounts. 

 

 

Jlister@temple.edu


 

Julian Fernandez

Julian fernandez

 

Volunteer Assistant Coach


 

 

Julian Fernandez joined the Temple men’s soccer staff in 2017 as a volunteer coach. Prior to Temple, he aided the Chestnut Hill College coaching staff as an assistant for the 2014 season. He then started as head coach in 2015 where he led the Chestnut Hill Griffins to a 21-27-4 overall record. While at Chestnut Hill he coached four All-Conference players, four All-Tournament players, and one two-time regional All-American. Fernandez earned a master’s degree in higher education athletic administration from Messiah College. He was named to the 2015-2016 NSCAA/ USC 30 Under 30 class and holds a USSF B License and NSCAA/ USC Premier Diploma. Additionally, he has served on the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer staff and is currently a member of the United Soccer Club Staff. Fernandez currently resides in Ambler, Pennsylvania.

 

 

 

julian.fernandez@temple.edu

 

 

 


 

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