Centre College

Centre College Athletics
600 West Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422
Division 3 Kentucky Midwest
Private Small Developing team

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Jeb Burch

Jeb Burch (192-80-31) has been the head coach of Centre men's soccer since the 2002 season. A 1994 graduate of Centre College, Burch went on to serve as the assistant coach until the end of the 2001 season.


Based upon winning percentage, Burch is ranked in the top 25 nationally among active division III coaches. The Colonels annually play one of the nation’s most difficult schedules as they prepare for the Southern Athletic Association conference tilt.


Burch’s influences are Tony DiCicco, Frans Hoek, and Sir Alex Ferguson. Burch spent his formative years as a goalkeeper attending the newly formed Tony DiCicco Soccer Plus Goalkeeping Schools. He later served on the coaching staff with SPGS before being invited to join the staff of FIFA World Clinician Frans Hoek at his 3-week seminar in Sonoma, California. Burch was fortunate to have a captain whose brother played for Arsenal FC. Burch attended the Manchester United at Arsenal match in Highbury on a Sunday in 2004. He spent time at the Arsenal Training Grounds after their Champions League clash with Chelsea on a Wednesday leading up to their Sunday match with United.


Burch continues to develop a successful coaching tree. Former assistant coach Mark Hudson is Head Coach at Austin College, David Horne is Director of Soccer Operations at the University of Louisville, Adam Boyer is Head Coach at Spalding University, James Kusak is Assistant Coach at Spalding University, and Brian Bouhl is the Director of Soccer Operations for the University of Kentucky.


Burch’s 26 years at Centre include his time with Kentucky’s leading soccer camp. He is the Owner/Operator of Player Development Programs, LLC, (www.BurchSoccerCamps.com) and has worked with over 11,000 players.


Burch spends time in his community; recently helping renovate Danville’s Jackson Park dilapidated tennis courts into Futsal courts. He enjoys live music, travel, golf, canoeing, hiking, and BBQ. He is married to Centre College 1994 graduate Laura Jack.

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Tate Spivey

Tate Spivey joined the Centre soccer coaching staff in the summer of 2017.


During his first season with the program, the Colonels went 12-5-2 overall and reached the SAA Championship match. They ranked in the top two in-conference for both scoring offense and scoring defense, and finished with six All-SAA selections at season's end (including SAA Newcomer of the Year Royce Pope). Senior Jesse DiLuzio, an All-SAA First Team selection, was also named to the United Soccer Coaches All-South Atlantic Region Second Team.


Spivey comes to Centre after a decorated career at Transylvania University, where he earned his degree in 2016.


Tate was a four-year starter and two-year captain of the Pioneers as a midfielder, twice being named to the Heartland All-Conference team. Spivey will assist in all coaching, recruiting, and administrative duties with the program.

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Tim Masthay

Tim Masthay joined the Centre soccer coaching staff in the spring of 2018 following a professional football career with the Green Bay Packers. A successful punter at the University of Kentucky, Masthay is a Super Bowl Champion and ranks first in Packers franchise history in both career gross punting average and career net punting average.


A Tottenham Hotspur fan, Masthay served as a volunteer high school soccer coach while playing in Green Bay.


Masthay, who holds his USC Goalkeeping Level 3 and Scottish FA Level 1, will be responsible for managing the Colonels' communications platform, goalkeeping, and assisting in leadership of all coaching, recruiting, and administrative duties with the men’s soccer program.


A native of Murray, Ky., Masthay and his wife Amanda have three children.

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Assane Ndiaye

Assane Ndiaye joined the Centre coaching staff in the spring of 2018 after three successful coaching years at the high school level. Ndiaye guided Clinton County HS to their first 15th District Final and 4th Region Semi-Final appearance. He spent two years with Cookeville High School, helping them win the 2016 and 2017 District 6 AAA and Sectional Championships, and for the first time in school history an appearance in the Tennessee State Semi-Finals.


A native of Senegal, Ndiaye spent his teenage years in soccer academies in Senegal and France and at one point went on trial with Marseille of Ligue 1. He was a five-year captain at Sacred Heart School. Ndiaye holds his USSF F, E, and D license.


Ndiaye will be responsible for managing the Colonels Sportscode Video Analysis program, statistics, and assisting in all coaching, recruiting, and administrative duties with the men’s soccer program.


Ndiaye and his wife Jessica have one child.

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