Women's Soccer – Head Coach
Location: CC 104
Josh Tyler enters his fourth season coaching with St. Charles Community College. The past three seasons he was the assistant/goalkeeper coach.
Tyler has more than 20 years of playing experience as well as eight years of coaching experience. He was a goalkeeper at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Mo.
He started his coaching career with the Camdenton Lady Cougars, the only select girls team from the Lake of the Ozarks. Upon moving to St. Louis, he started coaching with St. Louis Soccer Camps, then moved to Mid Rivers SC.
Josh holds a U.S. National License, along with NSCAA Coaching Licensee and his Level I Goalkeeper license from NSCAA. Tyler loves coaching at SCC: "I really feel I can make a difference with the players. We are working with athletes who are in a transition from high school to college, and many are not sure what they want to do after soccer." The biggest joy for Tyler is helping the players continue to play after SCC: " I have worked very hard to build relationships with other coaches and to ensure that all my players who want to play after SCC have that chance. So far, all the players who want to play have. I know college is very expensive and whatever I can do to drive that cost down, I will."
The biggest joy for Tyler is helping the players continue to play after SCC: "I have worked very hard to build relationships with other coaches and to ensure that all my players who want to play after SCC have that chance. So far, all the players who want to play have. I know college is very expensive and whatever I can do to drive that cost down, I will."
Josh lives in St. Peters with his wife Emily, a first grade teacher, and their two boys, Jackson and Harrison.
Women's Soccer – Assistant Coach
Location: CC 104
Jason Wyland spent the first three years of his playing career at Drury University in Springfield, Mo. He led the team in scoring as a sophomore, highlighted by a full bicycle goal against Drake University. Jason transferred to Lindenwood University to finish his collegiate soccer career and education. In 1999, he won Newcomer-of-the-Year at Lindenwood. In his senior year, as team captain, Jason was selected All-Conference, All-Region and Defensive-Player-of-the-Year helping Lindenwood to the national tournament in Albuquerque, N.M.
After playing four years of college soccer, Jason immediately began coaching. In the spring of 2001, Jason was the head JV coach of the girl's soccer team at Francis Howell North High School. The next fall he was named assistant varsity coach for the boy's team. He continued to coach at Francis Howell North while finishing his degree at Lindenwood University.
Jason is also with AFA Fillies, in which he serves as the club's technical director and coaches two girls teams. This fall, these girls teams will be U18 and U16 respectively.
Jason holds the USSF National F, E and D licenses, as well as the Advanced National Diploma from the NSCAA. He continues to further his soccer coaching education by attending the USSF National C license course this summer.