Jan 2006 - Jan 2013
Jan 2004 - Jan 2005
Head Women’s Soccer Coach
St. Edward’s University
Won 2004 Heartland Conference Championship & undefeated home record, barely missed out on
NCAA Tournament berth due to D2 regional ranking criteria.
Coached team to wins over ranked Incarnate Word and Tampa, close 1-0 loss to #1 Metro State.
Managed operating funds, increasing approved budget by 50% through fund-raising.
Created and ran ‘summer combine’ weekend with 40+ elite players on campus.
Jan 1998 - Jan 2003
Head Women’s Soccer Coach,
New York University
Orchestrated dramatic team improvement, led team from last place to UAA Champions in 4 years.
Earned five consecutive NSCAA/adidas Team Academic Awards (1998-2002).
Won 2002 UAA Championship; reached ‘Sweet 16’ in NCAA Tournament, ranked # 12 Nationally
Coached team to wins over nationally ranked Chicago, Wash U., Emory, Rochester and Union.
Won 2001 ECAC Metro Championship after recovering from multi-week layoff due to 9/11.
Jan 2010 - Jan 2013
SOU: consistent recipient of 'top 25' national votes
Coach of the Year
Constantly striving to develop players who are self-confident and better equipped with ability to face whatever challenges come along the way, professional soccer coach Jon Clement has shown a dedication to his players’ full growth as individuals. He has always been there for his soccer players, and is acknowledged for having led his teams to numerous victories and many first-time achievements. Mr. Clement has been recipient of several Coach of the Year awards. He was chosen so by Greenwich Times in 1995, then again in both 1999 and 2000 by NYU. In addition, he was recognized as Coach of the Year during the Heartland Conference at St. Edwards in 2004. He was a consistent recipient of Top 25 National Votes during his tenure as Head Soccer College Coach at SOU in 2010 and 2011.
Jon Clement completed Liberal Arts Coursework from Boston University in 1988. He also obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Fairfield University. He has been accepted into the Master of Arts in Coaching and Athletic Administration (MCAA) program at Concordia University-Irvine, the premier regional university known for its innovative and engaging Core Curriculum along with its Lutheran heritage. In furthering his education, Jon hopes to augment his soccer coaching experience with a more profound ability to analyze his players’ psychological and emotional facilities. Jon also aims to more effectively devise customized strategies that work for each individual soccer player.