Jeremy Williams was tabbed as an assistant soccer coach on March 29, 2018, following new head coach Sarah Barnes from George Washington University to Coral Gables, Fla.
Williams spent three seasons at GW, helping the team post a 36-17-7 (.658) mark from 2015-17. In his first year, Williams aided the program to its first Atlantic 10 regular-season title in 20 years and its first-ever perfect conference mark, a 10-0-0 ledger. The Colonials finished the 2015 campaign with a 15-5-0 overall record and set a school record with 13 consecutive victories.
Prior to his time at GW, Williams spent three seasons at Florida State University as the volunteer assistant coach, capping his tenure with a national title in 2014. During his time in Tallahassee, Fla., the Seminoles went 66-7-4 (.883) overall and 27-3-3 (.864) in ACC play.
With Williams on staff, Florida State won 20-plus matches and made the College Cup each season, playing in a pair of national championship matches. Additionally, the Seminoles earned back-to-back ACC Championship crowns in 2013 and 2014.
Williams also has coaching experience at his alma mater, Blacksburg High School, and he holds a National ‘E’ License from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF).
The Blacksburg, Va., native graduated from his hometown school, Virginia Tech, in 2012 with a degree in biological sciences. He earned a master’s degree in exercise physiology from Florida State in 2014 after writing his thesis on how game fatigue impacts passing efficiency.