Women's Soccer

Josh Tyler
Women's Soccer – Head Coach
Location: CC 104
Phone: 636-922-8457
Cell: 636-734-6514
Email: jtyler@stchas.edu


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 over 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."

Josh lives in St. Peters with his wife Emily, a first grade teacher, and their two boys, Jackson and Harrison.


This will be Ashlee Slayback's fourth season coaching the St. Charles Community College women's soccer team.

After finishing her professional career with the St. Louis Athletica in 2009, Slayback focused on coaching and giving back to the game she loves. She coached and trained for the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club along with taking a head-coaching job at Ursuline Academy, where she was named Private School Coach of the Year for Missouri.

Slayback also played a season with the Boston Renegades after graduating from Texas A&M in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in sports management and a minor in business. Slayback holds the record at Texas A&M for playing 92 consecutive games from 2004-2007, as well as goals scored (81) and points (194).

As a freshman at Texas A&M, Ashlee was named the 2004 Big 12 Conference Rookie of the Year, and three years later was named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year. In 2008, Slayback received the Honda Sports Award and the UMPRO/Dallas Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year Award.

Slayback resides in St. Peters, MO with her husbanc Josh and son Gavin.


Megan Reis begins her first year as a coach with SCC. She played two seasons at SCC. She was unanimously selected captain both years.  She earned a spot on the All-Region Team both years, as well. Megan was instrumental with the defense and helped with the success of the team.

Reis played high school at Fort Zumwalt East where she was a four-year starter, three-year captain, All Conference and the Defensive Player of the Year.

SCC is very excited to have Megan on board this season. Her primary focus will be on strength and conditioning and work with the defense.

She is currently enrolled in a dental assistant program.