|Title:||Head Men's Soccer Coach|
Jon grew up in Pensacola, Fla., where he attended Pensacola Catholic High School. In 1995, he attended Saint Leo University as a freshman. Jon was named First-Team All-Conference and All-South. In 1996, Jon scored 28 goals and had 16 assists to lead the nation in scoring. He was All-American, All-South, and the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year. In 1997, Jon was First-Team All-American, All-South, and All-Sunshine State Conference. In 1998, he ended his career at Saint Leo finishing second all-time in career goals with 61 and first in assists with 45. In 1998, Jon spent three months with Independiente of the Argentinian First Division.
In 1999, Jon was drafted by the Charleston Battery in the first round of the A-League draft. In 2000, Jon played in all 32 games for the Battery, who lost in the second round of the playoffs to the eventual-champion Rochester Raging Rhinos. During the 2000 offseason, Jon played with Kilkenny City of the Irish Premier League.
In 2001, Jon played 26 games for the Battery before losing to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in the playoffs. He began the 2002 season with the Charleston Battery before being traded to The Atlanta Silverbacks, where Jon played 20 games.
Currently, Jon holds an "A" license with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and he additionally holds the USSF National Youth License.
|Title:||First Assistant / Back Line Coach|
Keylor Reyes is a native of Alajuela, Costa Rica, where he played at Liga Deportiva Alajuelense, Deportivo Saprissa, Carmelita and Santa Barbara. In addition to representing Costa Rica at the qualification for the 1989 FIFA U-16 World Cup in Scotland, he also played college soccer in the United States at Life University while completing a bachelor's degree in health care management.
He is the academy youth director for Boys/Girls in the Atlanta Fire United Soccer Association and Head Coach for the Georgia Olympic Development Program (ODP). He holds a USSF "A" soccer coaching license and USSF "Y" Youth National License. In addition, he has completed coaching courses at the Universidad Nacional and was the skills director at Superkick in Norcross, Ga. He was also an assistant coach for the Augusta Fireball of the Premier Development League.Keylor is a fluent English and Spanish speaker and served as the Costa Rica U-17 national team liaison officer in the United States ahead of the 2007 FIFA World Cup.
|Title:||Assistant Coach / Video Coordinator|
Bert Leonard is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and grew up playing youth soccer in Atlanta for the Genesis Soccer Club. He also played for the Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League. He played college soccer for the University of Hartford and for Georgia State University where he received his BA. in British Literature and Teacher Certification for Language Arts. Bert's coaching background is extensive both domestically and internationally. Bert has worked with the Atlanta Fire United Soccer Association and currently is a director for the u-11 Girls Academy program at Roswell Santos SOccer Club. Bert is also entering his second year as an assistant coach with the PDL team the Atlanta Blackhawks. Prior to joining the staff at Oglethorpe, he was an assistant coach for the mens program at Southern Polytechnic State University. Bert has taken many coaching internships in Norway, England, Holland, and Costa Rica. He attended the Algarve Cup in Portugal with the US Senior Womens National team and was recently called into their training camp to provide filming and video analysis. Bert is the CEO of Interplay-Sports,USA a video analysis software company. He consults with USSoccer to support the senior and youth national teams for video analysis as well as the USSoccer Development Academies. Oglethorpe will be using Interplay-sports for video analysis with the coaching staff and players. Currently, Bert holds an "A" license with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and he additionally holds the USSF National Youth License.
|Title:||Fitness / Strength & Conditioning|
Juan Castellanos is a native of Bogota, Colombia, where he played for the youth teams of Club Deportivo Los Millonarios. In 1998 he represented Colombia in the Youth Club World Cup in Argentina. In 2000, Juan played for Gordon College, where he was named NJCAA Region XVII All- Tournament team. During 2003-04, he played for Brewton Parker College, where he received the NAIA All- Conference second team award and MVP of the team. In 2005, Juan played for the Atlanta Silverbacks reserves.
During 2009-10, Juan was the strength and conditioning coach for Atlanta FC; in 2011, he was the strength and conditioning coach for the Atlanta Silverbacks professional and reserve teams. Juan is currently the Boys Academy director for Georgia Rush Soccer Club. He holds a USSF “B” coaching license. Juan is the co-owner of Peak Performance Training Systems. He has a bachelor's degree in sport and fitness from Brewton Parker College.
|Title:||Director of Soccer Operations|
Mike Patrick enters his third season on the Oglethorpe men's soccer staff and second season as the head coach of the reserve team. He also serves as the team's recruiting coordinator and is responsible for scheduling, budget and scouting. Mike played and graduated from the University of West Florida, where he was named All-District and All-Region as a player during his tenure. Mike currently holds a USSF "B" license, a USSF National Youth License and is a member of the National Team Scouts with the USSF Development Academy.
Mike lives in Roswell, Ga., and is married to Beth Patrick. They have a 4-year-old girl named Elena.