Coach Jennifer Wilson joins the Lambert Soccer Program as the Girls Head Soccer Coach. A long-time coach and supporter of youth and high school soccer, Coach Jen inherits an incredibly successful program built by inaugural coach Scott Luthart, who retired from coaching after the 2021 State Runner-Up & Region Champion Season.
Taking on a program with a history of incredible success is a challenge welcomed by Coach Jen and her team of coaches. Coach Jen joins the Lambert Soccer Program after taking a hiatus to raise her family. The former University of Alabama Team Captain, Coach Jen played for the Crimson Tide Women’s Soccer team, earning a slew of honors and awards, including being named to the Crimson Tide’s All Decade Team in 2004. Since graduating with honors in 1998, Coach Jen has been a head coach at the youth and high school level in Alabama and Georgia and served as a trainer for Alabama soccer camps.
What is your vision for Lambert Girls Soccer?
"The Lambert Soccer Program is built upon Win Forever, a philosophy that promotes a work ethic to compete, and to do things better than before. This growth mentality has built a strong foundation of tradition and team success; my goal is to bridge the girls' program from its rich history to a prosperous future.
Our focus is to promote "Next Level" student-athletes, in which our program builds our girls to be successful at the next level in the academics, athletics, as a leader, and as a teammate. Ultimately, the Lambert Girls Soccer Program will be the premier high school program to develop and prepare student-athletes for the next level of their education and soccer careers."
Personal Highlights: On the Pitch
Personal Highlights: In the Classroom & Beyond
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).
After playing at Mercer University for 4 years and earning SoCon Academic All-Conference and Honor Roll as a team captain, Hayley spent time coaching girls soccer in her home city of Dubai and earning her UEFA level 1 coaching license.
Bachelors degree: Finance, Mercer University
Master's degree: MBA concentration in Finance, Mercer University
This is Coach Shroyer’s third year with the soccer program at Lambert High School. Coach Shroyer will be head coaching Lambert’s freshman boys team and assistant coaching Lambert’s JV boys team.
Coach Shroyer grew up in southwestern Ohio and played club/travel soccer starting early in his childhood through high school. He coached his first soccer team at age 16 when he and two of his fellow club teammates volunteered to coach a middle school team in the local recreational league alongside his father. During his playing days, Coach Shroyer played forward, center midfield, outside midfield, and outside defense.
Shroyer coached soccer at Roswell High School and Cambridge High School prior to coming to Lambert. At Roswell, Shroyer was the head coach for the JV boys team from 2008-2011, winning the inaugural JV region championship his last year against Milton in the finals. At Cambridge, Shroyer was the head coach for the JV boys soccer team for the first two years of the school’s opening.
Coach Shroyer moved back to Ohio for three years and worked in the private sector at his family’s small business in 2014, but then returned to the Atlanta area again with his wife, who teaches and coaches at Riverwatch, in 2017. Coach Shroyer and his wife had their first child, Annie, in the summer of 2019 and are expecting their second child in early May of 2021.