Southern Crescent Goalkeeping Staff Coaches
Owner and Staff Coach
Staff Coach Fayetteville
Staff Coach Decatur
Staff Coach Alpharetta
Staff Coach Cobb/Fayetteville
Staff Coach Alpharetta
Ben has coached at SCGA for the last 3 years. Before Ben started coaching he was a member of the Oglethorpe Men’s Soccer Team 2016-2018.
As a youth play Ben was on the GA ODP team. He played at Concorde Fire and AFC lightning on R3PL teams. Ben won a state championship in High school and was voted Defensice player of the year 4 years in a row. He was all region 3 year and all state 2 years.
Courtney has her USSF D Coaching license and Level 1 Goalkeepering License.
Courtney has been coaching at SCGA for 3 years. She is currently on staff with Georgia Gwinnett College. Courtney Worked with AFU Ecnl keepers in 2018. She also runs JCUMC skills sessions/camps for fields players. During the summer she helped out with GA ODP staff at Regionals in AL.
Courtney atttend GGC as a players and played at UFA. She also trained at SCGA for 5 years during her youth career.
After a four-year stint with Georgia State University women’s soccer, Jonathan Britt returned to Truett McConnell University as an assistant coach in 2017 where he helped lead the Bears to a runners-up finish in the Appalachian Athletic Conference Championship.
During his time in Atlanta, Britt worked with two goalkeepers who now litter the Georgia State record book for both season and career records in saves (1st & 9th), shutouts (1st & 7th), and goals-against average (3rd & 4th). As part of the Panther’s staff, Britt helped improve the Panther’s RPI to 95 in 2015, an increase from 235 in 2013. The 2015 season saw the Panthers finish runners-up in the Sun Belt Conference Championship to No. 22 South Alabama and finish as one of only two Non-SEC programs ranked in the top 10 in the Southern Region.
Britt’s first stop in Cleveland saw him serve as both the men's and women’s assistant coach from 2011 to 2013. During this time, he coached a first team All-SSAC (Southern States Athletic Conference) goalkeeper and two SSAC All-Freshman team selections. He helped lead the women’s team to the 2011 National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Southern Regional tournament championship.
Prior to his time at Truett-McConnell, Britt was the boy’s assistant coach at East Coweta High School for five years. During his time at East Coweta, he helped lead the program to two state semifinals and won four region titles.
Britt has served on the ODP state staff since 2015 and on the Region III staff as a goalkeeper coach since 2016. He holds a USSF ‘C’ License and NSCAA Level I and II Goalkeeper Diplomas.
Britt played collegiately at Pfeiffer University in Misenheimer, N.C. where he was a goalkeeper. He graduated from West Georgia University in 2011 after majoring in Sport Management and Economics. He holds a master's degree in Sports Administration from Georgia State University.
Britt resides in Cleveland, GA with his wife, Chalice. The couple have a son, Carson (2), and daughter, Adelaide, who was born in early 2018.
NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeper License
USSF National “B” Coaching License
ECNL SouthEast Player Development Program Goalkeeper Coach
MOBA PDL Goalkeeper Coach
US Club PDP Goalkeeper Coach
Director Goalkeeper position for GSA, Cheifs Futball Club, AFC Lightning, Concord Fire South Soccer Club, Atlanta Fire United Soccer Club, DDY, All In, Ambush, and Coweta Cannons Soccer Club.
Assistant Coach for Emory University (DIII) Men’s Soccer Team
Goalkeeper Coach for Southern Poly tech (NAIA) Men’s Soccer Team
Goalkeeper Coach for the Georgia ODP team for 3 years
Region III Staff Goalkeeper Coach
Goalkeeper Coach/Asst Coach for the U-23 Atlanta Silverbacks Men’s Soccer Team
Goalkeeper coach/asst coach for GA Revolution
USL Charleston Battery-2008
Lindsey Wilson College 2005-2007
Mcintosh High school 2001-2004
- Played 3 seasons for NAIA power house “Lindsey Wilson College” where he recorded a 0.59 goals-against average with 23 shutouts for his career.
- Played every minute in route to winning the 2005 NAIA National Championship with a .042 goals-against average and a single season school record 16 shutout
- NAIA honorable mention All-American
- NAIA All-Region XI and All-Mid-South Conference
Glen lives in Fayetteville, Ga with his wife Christa Fox. They have one son named Tucker