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Jackson College

Jackson College Athletic Department
2111 Emmons Road Jackson, MI 49201
NJCAA Michigan Midwest
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Andy Hosmer

Head coach Andy Hosmer is heading into his twelfth season leading the women's soccer program after taking the helm at the program's inception in 2008. In that time, the Jets have posted a record of 84-76-12, including second place finishes in Region XII for the 2011 and 2012 seasons and second place finishes in the 2011 and 2018 MCCAA seasons. In 2018 the team finished atop the standings in Region XII and advanced to the Region XII Tournament Final before bowing out to #8 ranked Monroe Community College (NY).


Hosmer was named the coach of the year for the Michigan Community College Athletic Association in 2011 and coach of the year for the NJCAA Division 1 Region XII for 2018.


The Jets Women's Soccer team excels in the classroom, consistently compiling a strong team g.p.a. and it is a major priority of Coach Hosmer. On the field many players have received all Region, all MCCAA and All American honors and continued their careers beyond Jackson from the NAIA level to NCAA Division I.


Hosmer continues to coach high school girl’s varsity soccer locally at Brooklyn-Columbia Central High School, where he has posted a record of 220-89-22. The Golden Eagles won district titles in 2003, 2004, and 2011. They also won conference titles in 2009 and 2010. Coach Hosmer was named District Coach of the Year in 2003, 2004 and 2011 and the Jackson Citizen Patriot Coach of the Year in 2011. Hosmer coached premier club soccer for the Jackson area during 2003, 2004, 2005 and in 2004 his team placed at the top of their division. Hosmer is happily married to his wife Rona and has three children, Anna, Kathrine, and Andrew. Along with coaching, Hosmer holds the position of Building Maintenance Mechanic and Glazing Coordinator for Jackson College and resides just a few miles away in Clark Lake.

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