Georgia Military College

Georgia Military College Athletics
201 E. Greene St. Milledgeville, GA 31061
NJCAA Georgia Southeast
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Courtney Morgan

Coach Morgan has just finished up her fifth season as the Head Coach for the Women's Soccer program at Georgia Military College. Prior to becoming head coach, Coach Morgan was the assistant coach to the GMC Men's and Women's Soccer teams the previous 2 seasons.


Since taking helm over the women's program she has a 45-34-2 record. The last 3 season they have earned a spot in the conference championship game. In 2017, she lead the women's team to a conference championship and earning a place in the National Tournament. They were also ranked 16th in country.


Before coming to GMC, Coach Morgan spent two years coaching at Heritage High School in Conyers, Georgia. She was also an intern assistant at Emmanuel College while she was earning her degree in Kinesiology.


Coach Morgan grew up playing soccer and was able to earn an athletic scholarship to play at Emmanuel College. While playing at Emmanuel College, she earned All-Region honors. She has also coached for many club teams including Rockdale Youth Soccer (RYSA), Macon Soccer Club (MSC) and Madison Youth Soccer (MAYSA). She currently holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF D) coaching license.


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Andrew Sendek

Andrew Sendek enters his first year as the assistant coach for the Georgia Military College women’s soccer team.


Andrew comes to GMC from West Virginia University where he served as the assistant coach for the WVU men’s and women’s club soccer teams during the 2017 season. As an assistant coach, Andrew’s main focus was to work with the goalkeepers. Under his guidance the men’s team goalkeepers posted a 1.13 goals against average. The women’s team completed their first ever perfect season with an 8-0-2 record with ties coming against Penn State and Dartmouth in the regional tournament. The goalkeepers posted a 0.14 goals against average in the regular season and a 0.67 goals against average in post season play.


Andrew also served as an intern coach for Mountaineer United and the DC United during his pursuit of his undergraduate degree in Athletic Coaching Education. He also served as a student manager for the WVU men’s NCAA Division 1 soccer team where he also worked closely with the goalkeeper’s coach.


Coach Andrew is currently completing his Master of Science degree in Sport Coaching from West Virginia University. He also has attained his NSCAA goalkeeper 1 and NSCAA goalkeeper 2 licenses.

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