Our Coaching Staff
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Stacie Murray-Owers, originally from Southampton, England, moved to the states in 2011 to play soccer at Tyler Junior College in Texas. She was an All-District and All-Region player of the year for the NJCAA as a freshman and also achieved First Team All-American as a sophomore. In 2011, Tyler Junior College won the National Championship, after going 24-0 in her freshman year. Murray-Owers went on to play Division 1 soccer at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Murray-Owers coaching career spans many levels of the game. She has spent the past four soccer seasons as an assistant coach at Christian Brothers University while also a club coach at the youth level with the Collierville Lobos Rush Soccer Association.
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Duncan Nicol, a native of North Delta, British Columbia, Canada has had the opportunity to play at various levels including winning the Canadian National Club Championships with his youth team North Delta United. Nicol attended Union University where he and his team won the NCCAA National Championship and went undefeated in all four years on their home field. Nicol’s coaching career spans many levels of the game. He’s been an assistant coach for the Union University women’s program, assistant coach at Collierville High School, head coach for both the boys and girls programs at Southwind High and a club coach with the Jackson Wolves and Collierville Lobos Rush Soccer Association
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Bobbi Willis, originally from Memphis, Tennessee, is an alumnus of the Arlington Women’s Soccer program. During her playing career, Willis played for the Collierville Rush Lobos. During her club career, she achieved state titles, regional appearances, as well as competing in the National Tournament for US Soccer. She then went on and played at the collegiate level for Christian Brothers University. Willis captained the team and earned Second Team All Conference in her Junior and Senior Year. Willis coaching career started in 2017 as a head coach for Soccer Ole at the youth level, as well as coaching for Play Where You Stay, a nonprofit in Memphis, TN.
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Michael Boudreaux, native of New Orleans, Louisiana, is an alumni of Christian Brothers University. During his soccer career, Michael played for Mandeville Soccer Club, winning seven state championships there, and three state championships for St. Paul’s School. He went on to play at CBU, here in Memphis, and started all four years as a Center Mid. His coaching career began in 2014 with school camps, summer teams, private sessions, and non-profit Play Where You Stay.