Jeremy Woolery helped to established the LMC Red Hawks Men’s and Women’s Soccer Programs in 2013 alongside his brother Jason Woolery. In their first season as a varsity sport, the Men’s Soccer team fought to an 8-9 overall record and qualified for the post season in their first season ever competing in the NJCAA. The first season for the Red Hawks also saw 6 members voted to the MCCAA all-conference team.
The Women’s team fought through a tough inaugural season but was rewarded with 4 MCCAA All-Conference selections. Two of those All-Conference performers were also selected to the NJCAA All-Regional Teams.
From 2004-2008, Jeremy was the assistant coach for the Men’s and Women’s teams at Cumberland University (NAIA) in Nashville, TN. While at Cumberland, Jeremy was heavily involved in recruiting and training for the Bulldogs. In 2005, the Cumberland Women finished 12-5-2, 5-1 in the TranSouth Athletic Conference. The 2005 season included the biggest win in school history over #1 nationally ranked Lindsey Wilson University and a #23 final national ranking. Also in 2005, the Cumberland Men finished 12-5-2, finishing in 1st place in the TranSouth Athletic Conference with a perfect 5-0 record. During his time at Cumberland Jeremy worked with several Academic and Athletic All-Americans and players that went on to represent their respective National Teams in International competitions as well as having the opportunity to play professionally in the United States, Scotland, England, Italy, and Portugal.
Prior to his time at Cumberland University, Jeremy led the Bridgman High School Varsity Men’s Program from 2000-2003 to new heights and successes. During his time leading the Bees, his teams won two District Titles, a Regional Title, and made one appearance in the Division 4 State Semi-finals. For the success of his players, Jeremy was named MHSAA Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2003.
Jeremy has coached teams for Kalamazoo Kingdom Youth Soccer club and TKO. He has also coached at various camps and clinics including Calvin College, Kalamazoo College, and the successful Jaier Summer Camps.
Jeremy played soccer at Lakeshore High School in Stevensville, MI, Calvin College, and in the PDL for the Kalamazoo Kingdom and Grand Rapids Explosion.
Jeremy is also a technical director for Athletic Jaier FC located in St. Joseph, Michigan.