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Brocklon Chatman, Head Coach
Brocklon (Brock) Chatman, a native of north St. Louis city, graduate of Christian Brothers College and Missouri Baptist University, and Scott Gallagher Soccer Club alumnus, will be entering his third season at the helm of the Vikings Men’s and Women’s soccer programs in 2020.
Chatman, selected to start the Lady Vikings soccer program in January of 2018 as the only NJCAA Division III program in Region 16, has been tasked with playing a NJCAA Division I schedule and in 2020 will play a majority NJCAA Division II schedule. Chatman is 5-16 in his two seasons as Women’s Head Coach.
In 2019, Chatman’s second year as head coach, the Lady Viking’s earned a 4-7 record against a full NJCAA Division I schedule. This was three more wins than the inaugural season. Four Lady Vikings earned Missouri Community College Athletic Conference All- Conference awards and 12 Lady Vikings earned Jefferson College Deans List honors.
In his first season at the helm in 2018, Chatman's Lady Vikings registered one win over NJCAA Division I opponent John Wood Community College in their last match of the season. Four Lady Vikings earned MCCAC All-Conference awards, and four Lady Vikings earned Jefferson College Deans List honors.
Prior to taking the head coaching reins at Jefferson College, Chatman served as Head Men’s Coach and Assistant Women’s Coach at Louisiana State University-Alexandria for the past three seasons.
In the fall of 2017, Chatman assisted the LSUA Lady Generals to a 13-4-2 record and first regular season title in program history as well as a trip to the Red River Athletic Conference tournament semi-finals. Chatman coached the RRAC Defender of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and 8 RRAC All-Conference performers.
In 2016, Chatman assisted the LSUA Lady Generals to 12 wins, a trip to the Red River Athletic Conference tournament semi-finals. Chatman coached RRAC Newcomer of the Year, one All-Conference Performer and two RRAC All-Conference tournament performers.
Before moving to LSUA, he served as an Assistant Coach for the St. Louis Lions in the United Soccer League’s professional development league, helping the Lions reach just their second playoff appearance since he was one of the team’s players in 2006.
As an undergraduate, Chatman was named All-American Midwest Conference three times, and was the conference’s Freshman of the Year in 2005. Chatman holds both a Master of Science degree in Sport Management as well as a Bachelor of Professional Studies degree in General Studies and Learning with a concentration in Elementary Education from Missouri Baptist University. He holds a National “C” coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation and numerous certifications from United Soccer Coaches.
Jason Norsic, Goalkeeper Coach