Spring Hill College

Spring Hill College Athletic Dept
4000 Dauphin Street Mobile, AL 36608
Division 2 Alabama Southeast
Private Small Competitive team


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Chris Leonardi

Leonardi joined the Badgers in April 2021 after seven successful seasons as the men’s head coach at Martin Methodist College (MMC) in Pulaski, Tenn.

Leonardi held a 66-50-10 record at MMC and directed the RedHawks to the 2019 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national tournament where they downed previously undefeated University of Houston-Victoria in the first round prior to losing to the eventual national champion, Central Methodist University in the following round.

In 2013, Leonardi was the assistant coach at MMC where he helped lead the RedHawks to a record-breaking 19-2-2 season that culminated in the program’s first-ever NAIA men’s national championship.

Prior to joining MMC, Leonardi was the boys and girls soccer coach at the University School of Jackson (Tenn.). With the girls, Leonardi amassed a 227-57-16 overall record and won two state titles in 2010 and 2011. In 13 years, the girls made three championship appearances, five Final Four appearances, eight state tournament appearances, and won nine region titles with five district titles. Leonardi was voted National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Regional Coach of the Year (private/parochial, high school girls) in 2011. With the boys, Leonardi tallied a 204-78-17 overall record. In 12 years, the boys made two Final Four appearances, four state tournament appearances, and won six region titles with eight district titles.

Leonardi is part of US Soccer Region III staff, a member of the Tennessee Olympic Development Program (TN ODP) staff, and a coaching instructor for the Tennessee State Soccer Association. He currently holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “A” License, the NSCAA Premier Diploma, and a NCSAA Goalkeeper Level 1 License.

A 1998 graduate of Lambuth University in Jackson, Tenn., Leonardi earned a B.S. in Physical Education and Health. During his playing career with the Eagles, Lambuth captured one Tennessee Collegiate Athletic Conference (TCAC) championship and two Mid-South Conference (MSC) championships.

Hailing from Nice, France, Leonardi moved to the United States at the age of 16 to attend high school in Jackson. He is the 14th head coach in SHC men’s soccer history and has one daughter named Lola.

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Adam Looney

Adam Looney joined the Badgers staff in July 2021 after serving as the Boys Soccer Head Coach at Daphne (Ala.) High School (DHS) where he successfully turned a 3-15 record in 2018 into a 7-5-1 record in 2019-20 while also dealing with the stresses of the Covid-19 Pandemic that cut the season short.

In the 2020-21, he navigated Daphne through the transition to a 7A classification with an impressive 15-3-1 record, the 7A Section 2 Championship, and a Baldwin County Cup Championship. The Trojans also made an AHSAA Final Four appearance for only the third time in school history that season.

Before his tenure at DHS, Looney served as the Boys Head Coach at Satsuma (Ala.) High School from 2016-19 where he established a successful team culture and rebuilt the boy's side into a competitive program.

He was a Youth Coach with Mobile United FC in 2015-16 for the U14 Boys and as a U18 Boys Assistant Coach. Since 2016, Looney has been a Youth Coach with the Gulf Coast Rangers FC also in the roles of U14 Boys Coach and U18 Boys Coach.

A native of Mobile, Looney played for Theodore (Ala.) High School in 2004 and Baker High School from 2005-08.

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