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University of Mobile

University of Mobile Rams Athletics
5375 College Parkway Mobile, AL 36613
NAIA Alabama Southeast
Private Small National competitor

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Brian Person

Brian Person is set to begin his 17th season as head coach of the University of Mobile Women's Soccer program in 2023. He has won three SSAC Coach of the Year honors (2011, 2014, 2016) and has guided his teams to nine-straight NAIA National Championship appearances from 2011-2020. Person previously served as assistant coach for six seasons at UM after wrapping up his collegiate playing career with the Rams.


Head Coach at Mobile (2007-Present):


16 seasons as head coach.

177-114-25 overall record at Mobile as head coach.

2016 SSAC Regular Season Champions.

2015 SSAC Tournament Champions.

2014 SSAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions.

Nine-straight trips to the NAIA National Championships (2011-2020),

Three-time SSAC Coach of the Year (2011, 2014, 2016).

23 NAIA All-Americans.

33 1st-Team All-Conference selections.

Three Conference Player of the Year honorees.

Two Conference Offensive Player of the Year honorees.

Two Conference Defensive Player of the Year honorees.

One Conference Freshman of the Year

One Conference Golden Boot winner.

41 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.

1 SSAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Assistant Coach at Mobile (2001-06):


Six seasons as assistant coach

54-46-4

GCAC Regular Season Champions in 2004 and 2005

Playing Career:


Central Washington University

University of Alaska-Fairbanks

Mobile

PDL Jackson Chargers 1998-99

Education:


B.S. in exercise science from Alaska-Fairbanks in 1998

MBA from Mobile in 2002

USSF “B” License

Works the regional Olympic Developmental Program

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Jordan Sinclair

Jordan Sinclair begins his first season as assistant coach for the University of Mobile Women's Soccer program.


Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Sinclair moved to the United States in 2015 to play soccer for the men's soccer program at the University of Mobile from 2015-2019, playing as a left-sided defender. He completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology in 2019. Upon graduation, Sinclair moved into a coaching role in a Graduate Assistant position with them men's soccer program from the years 2019-2022, where academically he completed a master's in education.


Other coaching roles include working with the Daphne Rangers Academy and Gulf Coast Rangers in the Daphne, Ala. area. He is also part of the staff at McGill-Toolen's girls soccer program.

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