Jeremy Brodovsky has been coaching NCAA Division III soccer for the past ten seasons and has been a head coach for the past five years. He has experience in helping hundreds of players and their families through the NCAA Division III recruiting process.
In 2011, he was voted Coach of the Year in the Colonial States Athletic Conference and his teams have won four NSCAA Team Ethics Awards, two NSCAA Team Academic Awards, as well as being voted for the Sportsmanship Award by the Eastern Pennsylavania Referee’s Association in 2009. He was also interviewed for the April/May issue of Athletic Management to speak on the issue of sportsmanship in collegiate athletics.
In addition to his college coaching experience, he has also coached at the high school level at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School and Lower Moreland High School. Brodovsky also has extensive experience at the club level as both a coach and an administrator. Brodovsky has coached players at various clubs in southeastern Pennsylvania and served on the Board of Directors for Plymouth Soccer Club from 1999 through 2009 including roles as Director of Coaching and Vice President for the Intramural program.
He is a member of the NSCAA and licensed by both the NSCAA and USSF.
Brodovsky graduated from NCAA Division III institution Moravian College where he was a four year player and received the Blue-Grey Scholar Athlete Award his senior year. He has over thirty years playing experience at the club, collegiate, and senior levels.
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