University of Montevallo

Montevallo, AL 35115
Alabama Southeast
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Robert Lane

Robert Lane is entering his fourth season as the head coach of the Montevallo women's soccer program and is the fourth head coach in the program’s history.


Lane comes to Montevallo after serving as the assistant women’s coach at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He was in that role with the 49ers for four seasons.


“We’re excited about the addition of Robert Lane to our coaching staff,” said Athletic Director Mark Richard. “He has a proven record of success, both in terms of wins and losses and academic achievement, which will make him a perfect fit at Montevallo.”


At UNC Charlotte, Lane was very successful, reaching postseason conference play four straight years. The 49ers also won the Conference USA Championship in the regular season in 2013.


Lane’s teams also thrived in the classroom, winning the NSCAA Academic Team Award four years in a row.


Lane’s roles with the 49ers included coaching at training sessions, scouting opponent, on and off campus recruiting, game day administration, academic monitoring of student-athletes, fundraising, and organizing travel.


Prior to UNC Charlotte, Lane was the head coach at fellow Division II University, Belmont Abbey. Lane had tremendous success in his two years with the Crusaders, amassing a record of 31-7-3 and winning Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year in 2010.


Under Lane, Belmont Abbey won the Conference Carolinas Championship in the regular season in both 2009 and 2010 and won the Conference Carolinas Tournament Championship in 2009. The Crusaders made an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in both years under Lane.


Before taking over at Belmont Abbey, Lane was the head coach for the men’s soccer team at Coker College for three seasons.


Lane is a graduate of East Carolina University, holding a Bachelor of Science Degree in political science. He played collegiately both at ECU and Barton College.


Lane is married and he and his wife Neeley have three children, Kately, Paisley and MaryRentz.

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Jake Wyman

Jake Wyman is entering his third season as an assistant coach for the Montevallo women's soccer program.


Wyman joined the program after serving as a Director of Coaching for Clarksville Soccer Club in Tennessee.


Wyman also comes with collegiate coaching experience having served as an Assistant Coach at both Lander (2008-2011) and Austin Peay State University (2011-2014).


Wyman holds a USSF B License and an NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma.


Wyman played four years at Coker College under current Montevallo Women’s Soccer Coach Robert Lane. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Coker College and earned another degree from Lander University in Physical Education.


Wyman is a native of Bradenton, Fla.

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Bruce Dietterle

Bruce Dietterle is entering his sixth season as the Head Coach of the University of Montevallo men's soccer team after being named the program's fourth full-time Head Coach in June 2013.


In his first year at the helm, Dietterle maintained the program's high level of success, leading the Falcons to their second straight Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championship. Brendan Ledgeway, Ricky Davey, and Gary O'Neill were all named first team All-Conference and All-Region under Dietterle.


On top of coaching duties, Dietterle guides the program in all manners of recruiting, weight program design and applicaiton, as well as compliance, program development, academic monitoring, scheduling, and budgeting.


Dietterle rejoined the University of Montevallo men’s soccer coaching staff in February 2013 after spending one season as an assistant coach at NCAA Division I Stetson University.


Dietterle previously served a two-year stint as an assistant coach with the Falcons, helping lead Montevallo to a 30-7-6 record during 2010 and 2011 seasons, which included the program's first Peach Belt Conference tournament championship.


Dietterle coached 10 All-Peach Belt Conference players, five NCAA Division II All-Southeast Region honorees, and one NCAA Division II All-American. Dietterle also coached 10 NCAA Division II Scholar All-Southeast Region players and a NCAA Division II Scholar All-American. The Montevallo squads earned NSCAA NCAA Division II Team Scholar accolades both seasons that Dietterle was on the staff.


Three of Dietterle's players, Nathaniel Foster (Montevallo), Pierre Omanga (Montevallo) and Jonathon Mendoza (Stetson), are currently playing professional soccer.


Before coaching at Montevallo, Dietterle was an assistant coach at NCAA Division II Pfeiffer University for three seasons.


Dietterle helped lead Pfeiffer to three consecutive Conference Carolinas tournament appearances. He helped coach nine All-Conference Carolinas players, five that were named NCAA Division II All-Southeast Region and one that was heralded as an NCAA Division II All-American. In his last season, he helped coach Pfeiffer to the fourth-ranked offense in Division II.


Dietterle began as coach and site director with the Seacoast United Soccer Club in Hampton, New Hampshire in 2004 and did not give up that position until 2009. He added to that a two-year stint as a volunteer with Newmarket Junior/Senior High School from 2007-2008. In the summers, he added to his growing soccer resume by coaching at summer camps at the University of New Hampshire from 2007-2009.


Since November 2009, he has been an assistant coach with the North Carolina Olympic Development Program and helped the team to a third place finish at the U.S. Nationals. Since August 2009, he has also been a youth coach with FC Carolina Alliance, a soccer club in Harrisburg North Carolina. Dietterle has also coached in the Alabama Olympic Development Program.


A four-year letter winner at Saint Anselm College during his playing days, Dietterle graduated from Saint Anselm College in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He also holds a NSCAA National Coaching Diploma and a USSF C Coaching License.

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Trey Gregory

Trey Gregory is entering his third season as an assistant coach for the University of Montevallo men's soccer program.


Gregory joined the Falcons after spending one year as the assistant coach for the women's soccer program at Bethany College, a NAIA institution in Lindsborg, Kansas.


Prior to his position at Bethany, Gregory spent two years at Vestavia Hills Soccer Club, where he was the head coach of the Under-11 girls' and Under-14 girls' club soccer teams. Gregory also spent two years at Hoover Soccer Club coaching the Under-12 girls' and Under-13 girls' club soccer teams, as well as the Under-15 boys' club soccer team.


Gregory also served as a volunteer assistant coach for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) men's soccer team for one season and was the head coach of the undefeated Oak Mountain High School boys' freshmen team in 2012.


Gregory, who grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, played club soccer for the American Soccer Club and played at Oak Mountain High school before playing collegiately at UAB.


During his playing career at UAB, Gregory was named to Conference USA's All-Tournament team in 2006, was named a second team All-Conference USA selection in 2007 and was selected as a third team All-Conference USA pick during his senior season in 2008.


Gregory also played semi-professionally for the United Soccer League's Panama City Pirates in the Premier Development League in 2007.


Gregory received a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy with a minor in History from UAB in 2010.

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