Belhaven University

Belhaven University Athletics
1500 Peachtree St, Box 171 Jackson, MS 39202
Division 3 Mississippi Southeast
Private Small Developing team


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James "Gleddy" Gledhill

James Gledhill is entering his first full season as the Head Coach for the Belhaven University Men’s Soccer Program, and fourth season overall.

A native of Huddersfield, England, Gledhill joins the Blazers' staff following two years as the men’s assistant coach at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. During his tenure with the Owls, Temple boasted a 19-14-2 record including back to back winning seasons and an AAC Conference semi-final appearance. The Owls accomplished 8 All-AAC conference selections including MLS Draft Pick, Jorge Gomez Sanchez. In both years Gledhill helped the team receive NSCAA All-Academic team awards, including Alex Cagle receiving Temple University Scholar Athlete of the year.

Previous to joining Temple, Gledhill spent four years as the head coach at Holmes Community College. During his tenure with the Lady Bulldogs, Gledhill led the team to two runners-up spots in the MACJC North Division Conference.

Prior to his years at Holmes, Gledhill spent three seasons as the assistant coach at Mississippi College. Whilst there the Choctaws were ASC runners-up, nationally ranked for the first time and boasted 11 Academic All-Americans.

In 2005, Gledhill played a professional season with the Wilmington Hammerheads in North Carolina, where he was a leading goal scorer for the team.

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 Tournament MVP. In his three seasons with the Rams, Gledhill was the top scorer for the team in two of those years.

In 2001, as a junior in college, Gledhill spent one year at Fairfield University. During his season with the Stags, Gledhill set the school record for goals scored in a single season and led the conference in scoring, propelling the Stags to their highest ever NCAA D1 ranking of #12 in the nation.

Gledhill graduated from the University of Mobile with a Bachelor's degree in communications in 2003. In 2008 he obtained his Masters in Applied Communications from Mississippi College.

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.

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Felix Vu

Felix Son Vu is entering his first season as the Assistant Men's Soccer Coach

Vu was named Interim Head Men's Soccer Coach at Ferrum College in May 2020. During the 2021 spring season, He lead the program to their first ODAC winning conference season in school history, whilst setting record for highest number of conference shutouts and highest conference winning percentage in school history. They reached the post season, falling to Number 1 seed Hampden Sydney College on PKs in the Quarterfinals.

He initially joined the Panther coaching staff in August 2019 as Assistant Men's Soccer Coach. Prior to that, he spent two seasons at Drury University as a Graduate Assistant for both the men's and women's soccer programs. Vu also spent the summer of 2019 and 2021 as the NPSL Demize Goalkeeper Coach. Prior to Drury, he played for Alderson Broaddus University from 2013-17, . He was ranked 4th in the conference in terms of shutouts and GAA on route to winning the GMAC championship in 2016.

Vu graduated with a Master's degree in Integrated Learning from Drury in May 2019. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and Health from Alderson Broaddus in 2017. He also received a Certificate in Fitness from The Australian College of Sports and Fitness in 2018. Vu's playing experience includes various semi-professional teams in Australia and he represented Australia as a youth player. He was also a part of the NPSL Demize and PASL Demize teams from 2017 to 2019.

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Nicholas Marcano

Graduate Assistant - Men's Soccer

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