Rene Enang is in his second year as an assistant with the Wildcats. He is from Kumba, Cameroon. He grew up in several parts of Cameroon going to school and playing soccer with the primary language being French and English. After graduating high school, he continued his education in the United States and followed his dream of playing soccer.
He first arrived in the United States attending New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas New Mexico. He later moved on to Georgia Military College to continue his collegiate soccer career. He was second team all-conference as a sophomore. During this period of time he was also selected to play semi-pro soccer for Georgia Revolution where he expanded his soccer skills and ability. He also started coaching recreational soccer as a student in Milledgeville Georgia. After Georgia Military College, he moved on to play at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville Georgia. In 2013, he was honorable mention and the first All-American for Georgia Gwinnett College as he led the season in goals scored. At this time, he was coach of Academy Soccer for Dacular Revolution.
Upon his graduation from Georgia Gwinnett College in Exercise Science in December of 2014, he became an assistant for Dalton State College in Danton Georgia. In February of 2015 he continued to pursue his soccer career as he played for Chattanooga FC which was recognized at that time the best Semi-Pro team in the nation. He later played for thr Atlanta Silverbacks Semi-Pro team in Atlanta, Georgia.
In the summer of 2016 he was named as an assiatant at Bethel under Coach Malang Jarou. . He said, “Working for Coach Jarju has being a source of great experience. The most important aspect in my life right now is the fact that I am currently doing my Masters in Education at Bethel.”