Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Jonathan Freymiller Named New Girls Soccer Head Coach

John Adams High School is proud to announce that Jonathan Freymiller has been named the Girls Soccer Head Coach beginning this fall.

Jonathan in a graduate of Purdue University where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in English and Spanish.

Jay has a long history of coaching at various levels and a very successful record over the past decade. His coaching experience includes positions at West Lafayette High School as the Assistant Boys Soccer Coach, Assistant Director of Coaching at the Tippecanoe Soccer Association, Head Coach of the Purdue University Men’s Soccer Club, Head Girls Soccer Coach at Argos High School, Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Ancilla College, and most recently the Youth Technical Director of the Junior Irish Soccer Club. While at Purdue, Jay lead the Club program to a 6-1-3 record and the team reached the semifinal in the NIRSA Open National Championships.  During the 2016 season, Jay was named the ISCA District 1 Small School Coach of the Year, leading Argos to a 12-4-1 record where the Dragons were ranked 9th in class 1A. While at Ancilla, Jay helped the program achieve a record of 11-3-1 in NJCAA play.

John Adams Athletic Director Bob Tull praises Freymiller for his success. “Adams is proud to welcome Jay Freymiller to our Athletic Department.  We look forward to Jay building on the success of the Adams Girls Soccer program.  He brings a wealth of soccer knowledge and experience as well as a strong approach to coaching the whole person.”

Coach Freymiller has long appreciated the role that soccer can play in player lives and hopes to continue the success that the John Adams Girls Soccer team has of setting the standard in the classroom and on the field for play, character, and leadership. Coach Freymiller inherits a team that reached the IHSAA Sectional semi final and hopes to motivate the players to achieve their potential and provide the girls will the personal, academic, and emotional support to grow. Coach Freymiller’s goals for the team include developing a culture that supports both player development and community leadership, creating a high performance environment, and providing an opportunity to have as many players grow as an athlete, student, and person.

Coach Freymiller will take over for Caryn MacKenzie who retired from coaching the Lady Eagles last fall after her second stint with John Adams.

Congratulations and welcome to Coach Jonathan Freymiller!