Named Assistant Women's Soccer Coach At Newberry College
NEWBERRY, SC - Newberry College head women's soccer coach Karrie Miller is pleased to announce the hiring of Jamie Ramm as an assistant coach entering the 2011 women's soccer season.
Ramm joins the Wolves' coaching staff after leading Greenwood High School to the boys Region 1 Championship in 2011.
"I am very excited to have Jamie
join us here at Newberry
," Miller said.
enters the collegiate coaching ranks after three seasons as the head coach of the Greenwood boys soccer program.
In addition to high school coaching experience Ramm has coached at the club level in the United States and England.
"I want to thank Coach Miller for the opportunity to join the Newberry College family," Ramm said.
In the United States, Ramm
has coached for the Olympic Development Program and Lakeland Toros Soccer Club
In England, Ramm
coached Scarborough C.O.E. U15s and at the youth level for Pickering Town.
has shared his
soccer knowledge to youths during camps and clinics in England, France and Canada.
A native of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, he began his playing career at Scarborough Football Club in Scarborough.
Ramm spent time in the youth system at York City Academy, Pickering Town and Whitby Town.
While in England, Ramm received a National First Diploma in Sport and National Certificate in Sport, Fitness and Development from York College.
Moving to the United States, Ramm joined the Lander University men's soccer program.
At Lander he
helped lead the Bearcats to ranked seasons in 2006 and 2009 and Peach Belt Tournament titles in 2006 and 2009.
was a three time all-Region Tournament selection and was also honored three times as an all-Peach Belt and all-Region selection.
Ramm's impressive college resume continues with four all-Conference Tournament
team selections, two all-Conference Tournament MVP awards and two selections to the Peach Belt Presidential Honor Roll.
accomplishments are National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American honors
in 2006 and 2009.
also saw time on the pitch for the Ottawa Fury of the USL Premier Development League
currently resides in Greenwood