Gayle Wilson is entering her 10th season at the helm of the Marymount University womens soccer program in 2015.
Wilson arrived took over the Saints program in 2006, but has been coaching in the D.C. area since 1990 with the Washington Area Girls Soccer and the National Capital Soccer League, where she continues to coach today. In the early 2000s, she coached at various organizations including the VYSA Olympic Development program (2002-12), APD-Arlington Player Development (2006-08), DC United Super Y Leage (2004-08), and USL Northern Virginia Royals (2000-01).
Beyond coaching, Wilson was also a Department Head and Physical Education teacher from 1996-2006 at The Langley School in McLean, Virginia, while being a Group Fitness Director and personal trainer at the McLean Racquet and Health Club from 1990-2010.
Prior to coaching, her playing days were quite extensive along with the accolade list to go with it. A local product of McLean High School, she was inducted into the schools Athlete Hall of Fame in 2012 and the Metro D.C. Virginia Soccer Hall of Fame in 2005. In her senior season in 1986, she was named Virginia High School Player of the Year.
Kim Germain is in her sixth season as an assistant coach with the Marymount University womens soccer team in 2015. A former Division I All-American, she brings extensive playing experience to the Saints sidelines.
A four-year letterwinner at James Madison University, Germain earned NSCAA Third-Team All-America accolades as a junior in 2007. She also earned numerous All-Colonial Athletic Association honors as well as multiple All-Region nods by the NSCAA, Soccer Buzz and VaSID and was on the Hermann Trophy watch list as a senior.
Germains Dukes teams collected a total of 54 wins in her tenure, including a school-record 17 victories in 2007. She started all four years during her time in Harrisonburg and finished her career seventh all-time on the JMU career assists list with 22 and was 20th all-time in career points with 42.
Curtis Wilson is in his 10th season as an assistant coach with the Marymount University womens soccer team.
Besides his role on the sideline for the Saints, Wilson also coaches in Vienna in the Washington Area Girls Soccer and Club Champions leagues. Adding to his resume, he currently is a head coach for the Washington Spirits Super Y program.
He also serves as an ODP State and Regional Staff coach and holds his USSF National “B” License.