Jack Vundum enters his first season as Interim Head Coach of the Wingate women's soccer team in the fall of 2019. Vundum has served as the assistant women's soccer coach at Wingate since the 2013 season
Vundum was named the women's soccer assistant coach at Wingate University in August of 2013. In his first season as the assistant coach, the Bulldogs won the South Atlantic Conference tournament title, then went on to win the only NCAA Southeast Region championship in program history. Wingate returned to the NCAA Tournament in each of the next two seasons, while appearing in the SAC Tournament championship match in each of the next four years.
During his six seasons as assistant coach, the Bulldogs posted a 74-26-13 overall record, while going 45-14-5 in league play. Wingate has won a pair of SAC Tournament titles, a region championship and made three NCAA Tournament appearances.
Vundum has also played a key role in the academic success of the student-athletes, with the women's soccer team posting a 3.247 team GPA last year. He has helped coordinate fundraising efforts through camps and Wingate's "One Day, One Dog" campaign. Vundum is also the Director of Operations and Management for the Wingate International Soccer Academy, bringing in over 350 athletes to attend camps over the years.
Vundum was the head coach for the Myrtle Beach Mutiny of the National Premier Soccer League from January of 2013 through 2014. He served as the Graduate Assistant Men's Soccer Coach at Wingate from August 2011 through 2013, helping guide the Bulldogs to their first ever regional title in 2012.
Vundum earned his Bachelor of Science from Wingate in May of 2011, majoring in Sport Management. He earned his Masters degree in Sports Administration from Wingate in May of 2014. Vundum was a four-year started for the men's soccer team at Wingate, helping the 'Dogs win the 2010 SAC title. The Bulldogs appeared in the NCAA Tournament in three of his four seasons, earning All-SAC honors in 2009 and 2010.