Coach Wilson spent his youth moving up and down the east coast as a military dependent. He began his career in Birmingham working tirelessly in a variety of coaching roles with competitive youth soccer clubs, Alabama Olympic Development Program (ODP), High Schools, and Colleges. He came to Georgia as the Girls Varsity Head Coach at Grayson in 2006. Coach Wilson is now in his 13th season as Head Coach of the Varsity Boys team at Lambert. Coach Wilson currently has an NSCAA Advanced National License and GK II License.
Coach Wilson attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and after a four-year playing career for the men’s (DI) program, he graduated in 1995 with a History degree. He earned his Master’s degree in Education in 1999 while also assisting the men’s and women’s teams at the University of Montevallo (DII).
Coach Wilson currently teaches AP World History at Lambert. He is supported by his wife Jennifer and their two kids, Campbell (19) and Carly (17).
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Education and Certification
Coach Puccio has a BS in Mathematics from the University of North Georgia, a MA in Education, and a gifted in-field endorsement from Piedmont College. He currently has his 3v3, 7v7, 9v9, and 11v11 coaching certificate. Coach Puccio also obtained his National Coaching Diploma through United Soccer Coaches. Coach Puccio grew up playing soccer in California from age 8 all through high school. Through his youth, he was a part of the YMCA Soccer League. In High School, he started all 4 years playing for Sunny Hills High School, California.
Coach Puccio began coaching for the YMCA Soccer League in California for 2 years (ages 8 - 10). Coach Puccio started his high school coaching career at Lambert High School. This will be his fourth year coaching the JV team.
Coach Puccio has 1 dog.
This is Coach Hassan's first year with Lambert Soccer; he is the JV Girls Head Coach and the Varsity Assistant. He is excited to join the team and help continue the excellent tradition of the program
Taking Hassan grew up in Iran and played in most of the clubs at Iran's premium league and got two championships there. He moved to the United States in 2015 when he retired from soccer. He has his National C and B licenses for soccer and is in the process of earning his National A license.
Hassan brings a wealth of international and professional experience to our program. From 1994 - 2008, Hassan played for the youth and full Iranian National Team. During that time, he won several Asian and League championships, and most notably, was a member of the 2006 National Team that competed in Germany at the World Cup.
Coach Hassan is married to Sophie and has two kids: Viana (11) and Isabella (6).