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2016 – 2017 COACHING STAFF

Coach Background
Maren Dale

Maren Dale (Florida)

Coach Maren comes to TYSA having played for Princeton University as a member of the 2004 NCAA Division I Final Four team, where she started in her Junior and Senior years. She rounded off her rigorous soccer background by playing for the Jersey Sky Blue in the USL W-League in 2007. After graduating with a B.A. in Philosophy, she volunteered in South Africa with Grassroot Soccer, Inc., an organization that uses soccer as a platform for HIV/AIDS education. She also brings coaching experience from the Tony DiCicco SoccerPlus Camps, where she coached at the Youth level.

In 2015 Coach Maren earned a J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law and began work as a Staff Attorney for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta.


Ashley Reinecke

Ashley Reinecke
(Toms River, New Jersey)

A native of Toms River, New Jersey, Coach Ashley grew up playing soccer from a very young age. She attended NCAA Division I Seton Hall University where she was a four-year starter in all 73 matches, playing center midfield position. After graduating with a B.A. in Public Relations, she earned a M.A. in Brand Design at Bath Spa University in England. While abroad, she competed in the FA Women’s Premier League playing for Keynsham Town Football Club where she was the team’s Player of the Year in 2009 and won back-to-back Somerset FA County Cup finals in 2010 and 2011. In 2013 she returned to the U.S., and in 2015 began coaching for TYSA. She has experience coaching at the youth level with the Soccer Specific Training organization in Wall, New Jersey and with the women’s side in Bristol, England, at K.T.L.F.C, on all levels.

She also works as an assistant coach for Clayton State University's Women's Soccer Program.

Daymeon Corrie

Daymeon Corrie
(Kingston, Jamaica)

Coach Daymeon's soccer career began in Kingston, Jamaica. As a player, he was invited to tryout for the Jamaica U21 national team but made the choice to further his education, attending Dekalb College on academic scholarship where he continued to play soccer. As a coach, Daymeon holds a NSCAA National Diploma and a USSF C license. He has over 20 years coaching experience, coaching for Division 1 Women’s amateur soccer as well as top Select teams for Stone Mountain Youth Soccer and Triumph Youth Soccer. Some of those teams have gone on to win major tournaments and earn spots in countless finals. Daymeon's also volunteered with both Soccer in the Streets and All In Girls programs to give back to the community.

Additionally, Daymeon was a Varsity and JV Head Coach at Tucker High School leading teams to State Finals, as well as placing players on Dekalb County's High School All-Stars, having players designated with the Top Ten Players honors, and players in the Top Ten Goal Scorers. Daymeon continues to have close ties to Tucker H.S.’s soccer program.

Daymeon encourages those he coaches to prepare for their futures and he's had approximately 70 player’s earn college scholarships for soccer. Daymeon truly possesses a talent for coaching, a gift for developing skills and confidence, the ability to motivate and encourage, and a strong desire for greatness.

Bert Mullinax

Bert Mullinax (DeKalb, Georgia)

Coach Bert has been involved in soccer since the age of five, when he started playing for TYSA in the U6 division. Growing up in the Atlanta area, he played for several organizations, including Atlanta Datagraphic at the Select level, the ASA Mustangs, and Henderson High School (HHS), where he started on the Varsity soccer team as a Freshman. While playing for HHS, he made County All-Stars, State All-Stars, and was awarded DeKalb County Player of the Week numerous times. As captain during his Senior year, Coach Bert led his HHS soccer team to the Georgia State Championships, where he scored the winning goal. He played soccer at the collegiate level for Oglethorpe University, where he was an honorable mention to the All-Conference team, a first in the conference for a Freshman defender.

He went on to play professionally for the Atlanta Express before coaching for the Academy and Select levels for both GSA and TYSA. He holds a USSF "D" coaching license.

When not coaching, he enjoys Crossfit, fishing, and mostly spending time with his wife and sons.

Brian Schwartz

Brian Schwartz (Tucker, Georgia)

Coach Brian is a product of the TYSA Academy and Select programs. As a youth, he played soccer at the regional level for multiple clubs in and around metro Atlanta, including TYSA and Concorde. He played for Lakeside High School in DeKalb and at Georgia Perimeter at the collegiate level. His professional career includes playing for the Atlanta Silverbacks. For the past five years Coach Brian has been coaching with TYSA. He holds a USSF "D" coaching license as well as a Personal Training Certification through ACE. 

He owns his own fitness company, serving the Midtown Atlanta area. When he’s not coaching, Brian enjoys body-building, traveling, and spending time with his family.

Coach Brian is TYSA's new Director for the U6 Academy Jr. program.


Ashley Nagy

Ashley Nagy (Conyers, Georgia)

Coach Ashley joins the TYSA coaching staff as a former Division I soccer player at Georgia State University. While attending GSU, she was named the 2014 Sun Belt Preseason Player of the Year. She made the 2014 Sun Belt Preseason All-Conference Team and the 2013 All-Sun Belt First Team, all while maintaining academic excellence on the Dean's List (Fall 2012) and the Athletic Director's Honor roll three semesters in a row. She was named the Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 15, 2013.

In her free time, Ashley enjoys staying fit by jogging and playing tennis. She also loves playing with dogs.

Khare Basnet

Khare Basnet (Bhutan)

With over twenty-five years of soccer experience, Coach Khare brings to TYSA a diverse and professional perspective to coaching and development. In his native country of Bhutan, he served as National Team Coach and General Secretary of Bhutan's soccer program. He initiated Bhutan's membership into FIFA and obtained FIFA grants to further soccer development.

In addition, he oversaw the development and education of referees and coaches in Bhutan, as well as pioneered and established the first Youth and Women's soccer programs there.

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