Each Georgia Revolution Super Y team will be assigned two coaches, both a head coach and an assistant. Please find below the current lst of head coaches for the 2014 Georgia Revolution Super Y Program.
Samuel Walker currently works at RYSA as the Head Coach of U11 and U10, with extensive experience at the college, club and youth level in the United States and England, United Kingdom. Prior to RYSA Sam recently served as a Student Assistant Coach at Young Harris College where he was involved with game-day preparation, practice set ups, assisant coaching and travel. In 2012, the Mountain Lions recorded 12 wins and advanced to the semi-final round. Before coming to the United States, Walker participated in several soccer programs as a coach and player. In 2006-2008, Walker coached the Harlow Town Youth Under 10's. Throughout 2007-2012, he coached at the Brazilian Soccer Schools and Child UK programs. While growing up, captaining his high school and college soccer teams in England, Walker played soccer for Saffron Walden, Harlow College, Bishop Stortord Youth, and various club teams.
Walker attended Young Harris College for three years, while earning his Bachelors degree in Theatre. Prior to student coaching, he played 3 consecutive years for the Young Harris Mountain Lions on a college scholarship, after transferring from Marshall Town Community College in 2009. In 2008, he completed his BTECH National Diploma in Sport/Sports Management at Harlow College in the UK. Sam has completed many coaching courses including one at David Beckham's academy in Greenwich, England. He currently holds a FA level 1 coaching badge, and a national D license in the States
Dusty Fouser has coached at RYSA since 2008 and currently coaches the 01 boys Classic I and 99 boys select Classic I teams. He played college soccer for the DII power house, The University of West Florida, where he helped lead them to the Final Four in 2006 and a #3 national ranking his junior and senior year. He continued playing after college in the PDL for the Panama City Pirates(2008) and the Georgia Revolution (2011) where he served as team captain. Dusty is currently the Select Director at RYSA and he holds a USSF National B license.
Super 20 Men
Clayton State University
Illi currently serves as an assistant coach at Clayton State University. In addition to coaching at Clayton State, Illi also coaches Georgia ODP Boys 97s and coaches goalkeepers with AFC Lightning in Peachtree City, GA.
Prior to beginning his coaching career, Illi played four years at the NCAA Division I level at Belmont University and Fairleigh Dickinson. He was the team captain from his goalkeeper position at Belmont and was a member of a NEC Championship team at Fairleigh Dickinson.
Illi graduated from Belmont University in 2012, earning a B.A. degree in Business Administration. He is currently pursuing a M.B.A. from Clayton State in Supply Chain Management.
Back home in Finland, Illi played for the men's club team Reipas and also starred at the junior level, leading his U-15 team to a national championship and his U-17 team to a national runner-up finish.
RYSA Revolution/Oxford College
Scott Redding has served as the Assistant Coach for Emory Oxford Soccer since the Fall 2012. Redding played Division 1 soccer for four years at Wofford College. While there the Wofford Men's Soccer Team won the Southern Conference regular season and tournament championships in 2009, earning an appearance in the NCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer Tournament. Has held several head coaching positions at the club level. Redding is currently pursuing a Masters in Sports Administration at Georgia State University while competing in the NPSL for the Georgia Revolution.
Kustick played soccer at perennial high school power Briarcliff, was a state champion in 1972, and played college soccer at Georgia State University.
He holds both USSF and NSCAA licenses including an Advanced National License from the NSCAA. Has over 200 victories at the high school level. He was named G.A.C.A. State Coach of the Year in 1997, twice named G.A.C.A. Region Coach of the Year, twice named a Journal Constitution Area Coach of the Year and a State Senior All-Star team coach 3 times.
Harry’s RYSA Revolution girls select sides have earned promotion 4 of the last 5 years. He was named the RYSA Coach of the Year in 2012. Kustick has led woman’s club programs at Georgia State University and Georgia Tech. He currently coaches the Georgia Revolution of the Woman’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). He took the Georgia Revolution to the Southeast Conference Championship match in their inaugural season and finished second in conference play in year two.
U12 and Super 20 Boys
Georgia State University
Britt currently serves as an assistant coach at Georgia State University. Prior he served as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s soccer programs from 2011 through 2013. While at Truett-McConnell he coached a first team All-SSAC (Southern States Athletic Conference) goalkeeper and two SSAC all-freshman team selections. He helped lead the women’s team to the 2011 National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Southern Regional tournament championship and the 2012 SSAC conference tournament.
Prior to his time at Truett-McConnell, Britt was the boy’s soccer assistant coach at East Coweta High School for five years. During his time there his teams made two state semifinals appearances, won four region titles, and had numerous players receive all-region and all-state honors.
Britt played college soccer at Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, N.C. where he was a goalkeeper. He graduated from West Georgia University in 2011 after majoring in sport management and economics.
U13 and U16 Girls
CFC Chiefs/Loganville HS
Ashlynne played club soccer for GSA Gwinnett Soccer Association during middle school and high school. Received a soccer scholarship to Clemson University and played all four years. Currently coaches for CFC Chiefs Futbol Club, Loganville High School Varsity Girls Soccer, train individuals, Archer Rec Soccer U4 and I also coach at three different after school programs. Currently plays for the Georgia Revolution Women's Soccer team. This summer will be her second season with the women's program.