Jack Marchant joins the Revs for the 2022 National Premier Soccer League season after a successful career in college coaching. Jack brings a wealth of experience as both a coach and player. He’s been a member of the Georgia State women’s coaching staff since February 2019, after three seasons as the women’s soccer assistant coach at The Citadel.
In 2019, Marchant helped the Panthers finish with a 9-9-2 overall record and make the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament for the second consecutive season. He was a part of the coaching staff that guided Georgia State to a 5-4-1 finish in conference play for a share of fourth place in the league standings – just the third time since 2000 that GSU had finished fourth or better in the conference standings.
During his tenure with the Bulldogs’ coaching staff, Marchant assisted The Citadel in breaking a handful of program records. In Marchant’s first year with the team, he guided Bulldogs’ freshman goalkeeper Logan Leask to record the highest save percentage (.797) in school history and the lowest goals against average in a season (1.54). In 2018, Marchant coached a Citadel team that improved its win total by four from the 2017 campaign, won two Southern Conference games for the first time since 2014 and won a game in the opening round of the Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship for the first time in four years.
Prior to coaching at The Citadel, Marchant spent one year as the goalkeepers coach for both the men’s and women’s squads at Anderson University, where he helped lead the women’s team to a program-record 14 wins in 2015 and a No. 8 ranking in the final NSCAA Southeast Region poll. Jack was also involved in the Clemson Anderson Soccer Alliance, where he oversaw the development of the club’s goalkeepers and developed players as the goalkeepers coach.
In 2013, Marchant earned his first coaching position at his alma mater, the University of Rio Grande. There he served as the goalkeepers coach for the men’s soccer team, leading the Red Storm to the second round of the NAIA National Tournament. He also coached eight players to Mid-South All-Conference teams and coached his goalkeeper to two NAIA All-American Awards.
Marchant played five seasons with the Red Storm and participated in five national championships, reaching the semifinals twice and the finals once. He collected two all-conference accolades following his senior season and was named an NAIA Men’s Soccer All-American in 2012. Marchant earned Bachelors of Science, business management in 2012 and finished his Masters of Business Administration in 2014.
The Leeds, England, native played three seasons for Hull City A.F.C as a youth and competed in the FA Youth Cup before moving to the United States in 2008.
Director of Coaching: Alec Morrison
Additional Duties: NPSL Assistant Coach, Head Coach Revs U23 and Revs U19
Alec Morrison was named the Director of Coaching for the Georgia Revolution FC Academy in 2020. He has had a successful career as both an Adult and Youth coach. Alec joined the Revs staff for the 2017 NPSL Season where he served as a coaching intern and has been successful at various coaching assignments.
Entering into the 2017-2018 ADASL season he was promoted to Assistant Coach of the Revs Reserves with the additional duty of Head Coach of the Revs U23s. In his time as the coach of the U23 team, he led them to promotion to ADASL DIV 1 during the 2019-2020 season, Alec was promoted to Assistant Coach of the Revs NPSL in 2020. In 2019 he was named the Head Coach of the Revs U19 and After School Soccer Program Director for the Southern Crescent Soccer Foundations.
Coach Morrison grew up in an Army family and played for multiple youth clubs around the country including: Fuquay-Varina Soccer Club, South Windsor Soccer Club, Thunder Soccer Club, RYSA, Inter Atlanta, and the Baltimore Bays USSDA Program. In high school he was a four year varsity starting defender, with most of that time spent at Woodland High School in Stockbridge, GA. He quickly moved into coaching after high school and has coached players ranging in age from 3 to Adults. He is pursuing a degree in Sports Administration. Alec holds a USSF C License.
Director of Recruitment: Daniel Mohsen
Daniel Mohsen returns to the Revs as the Director of Recruitment after a successful 2021 season as the Assistant NPSL Coach. He joined the club as a coach after playing for the squad’s inaugural season in 2011. He’s been with the Georgia State men’s soccer program as an assistant coach since prior to the start of the 2017 season following a one-year stint at Piedmont College.
Prior to his year at Piedmont College, Mohsen served as a graduate assistant coach at NAIA member school William Penn. While with William Penn, Mohsen served as the program’s interim head coach during the spring of 2015 and oversaw all aspects of the program. Beginning with the Statesmen in 2014, he spent two seasons with the team where he helped them to a combined 15-17-5 overall record and a 3rd place conference finish in 2014.
Before starting his collegiate coaching career, Daniel played for Limestone College. There he helped the Saints to a Conference Carolinas Tournament championship in his senior year, as well as helping the team to a regular season co-championship. While in college, he spent his summers playing in the NPSL and PDL for the Revs and Springfield Demize. Mohsen is familiar with the Georgia soccer scene, playing at Brookwood High School as a four-year starter and an All-State selection with the Broncos. He played club soccer for GSA and helped the 92 R3PL team to three-consecutive state championships.
Mohsen earned an NSCAA National Diploma and an NSCAA Advanced Diploma, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Limestone College in May of 2014. He completed his Masters in Business Leadership in May of 2016. He received his Premier Diploma from United Soccer Coaches, the organization’s highest technical award.
In the summer of 2021, Spencer was named the Head Coach of the Revs U12s. He has been playing with the GA Revs since 2016 with both the Revs Reserves and the Revs U23, significantly contributing to the promotion of both teams to ADASL DIV 1. At the beginning of the 2020 ADASL season, he was appointed as the head coach of the Revs U21 where his main responsibilities were to develop younger players as they transition into the adult game so they can move up in the club.
Growing up in McDonough, GA, Coach Spencer played for Thunder Soccer Club, which is where he started his coaching career in 2016. He also played four years of varsity soccer at both Dutchtown and Ola High Schools where he was a two year All County and All Region First Team selections and also Defensive Player of the Year as a Senior. Following high school, he played one year of college soccer in South Carolina. He currently holds a grass roots license and is working towards higher licensing.
Eric grew up in Stockbridge, GA where he played for Thunder Soccer Club. He was a four-year varsity starter at Stockbridge High School, serving as his team captain the last two years. He was selected for the Henry County All-Star team his Junior and Senior year, and a nominee for County Soccer Player of the Year his senior season. Eric has been a player for both GA Revs U23 and Reserve teams since 2017. Eric holds a USSF D license.
Goalkeeping Coach: Cameron Verona