|Title:||Head Women's Soccer Coach|
Alan Woods came to Oglethorpe University with extensive coaching and playing experience. He started his college career at the University of Notre Dame, where he was on the All-Big East Rookie Team, and was named All-Big East and All-East Region. The team won a Big East championship during his time there. He completed his college career at Clemson University, where he was named First-Team All-ACC, First-Team All-South Region and an All-American. He also helped Clemson to an ACC championship.
After college, Woods was the 10th overall pick in the 2000 Major League Soccer draft. He played a year each for the Colorado Rapids and the New England Revolution of MLS, then later won the Rookie of the Year award for the Charleston Battery of the A-League. After playing at Charleston, he was moved to the Atlanta Silverbacks, where he became the captain of the team. He finished his career with the Virginia Beach Mariners. He also has international playing experience with the U-18, the U-23 and the full men's national teams.
Woods has been the assistant coach at Nichols College and the head coach of the Virginia Rush, the ASA Extreme, Cape Henry High School and Roswell Santos. He spent two years as a coach at the Clemson Soccer Academy.
Felipe Quintero joins the Oglethorpe University men's soccer coaching staff after a long and successful career as a professional player. In Mexico, he played for Lobos BUAP in 2005, and helped Irapuatowin to the Mexican Second Division title, promoting them to the First Division. He began his professional career with Chivas de Guadalajara, training with the first team and starting with the Second Division team. He also played for Angeles de Puebla, Ciudad Juarez and Queretaro, and he played three years with the Atlanta Silverbacks of the USL. Quintero's duties will focus specifically on being the goalkeeping coach as Quintero spent the past three seasons manning the net for the Silverbacks.
|Title:||Assistant Women's Soccer Coach|
Jean-Jacques Gregoire has played internationally for the Haitian national team and professionally in the U.S. for the Rockford Raptors and the Chicago Stingers. Jean-Jacques played his collegiate soccer for Illinois State, where he was a four-year varsity member on scholarship. He received his B.A. in social sciences and minored in French and geography. An experienced coach, he has led teams at both the high-school and club levels. In Atlanta, he has coached at the Roswell Soccer Club and currently coaches four teams at the prestigious Concorde Fire Soccer Club. In addition to his playing and coaching career, Jean-Jacques has served as a teacher specializing in special-needs children.