About the Coaches
Coach Jeremy Davison is approaching his 9th year of teaching and coaching. As Head Coach of Men’s Soccer at Lamar High School, Davison has big plans for the program in the upcoming year. He believes to be successful you must set your expectations higher each year.
Davison holds a Masters of Administration in Education from Lamar University and he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Texas Tech University in 2006. He currently hold the title of Grad Coach and teaches HCC Dual Credit Psychology. When soccer is in training season, Davison also is an assistant football coach, under current Head Coach Tom Nolan, who he played for from 1998-2002.
Coach Davison believes in the term W.I.N. - What's Important Now—which encourages his players to make decisions now that support what they want in the future. This concept is not one that is taking lightly in his program. In such a short time as head coach here at Lamar, Davison has brought on tremendous change and has raised player expectations in the last few years.
This up-coming 2016 season Coach Davison as set the bar high in his program. He plans to open the season competing against opponents from across the state, all while partaking in an educational tour. He has planned stops at local historic and cultural sites such as the Alamo and JFK Memorial. Davison is very excited about creating an opportunity of this magnitude for his players to represent their city, district, and school.
He aspires to have great success coaching in a sport that maintains such an international presences, as well as promotes fair and equal treatment in society. He wants his players to understand that in soccer, just as in life there will be unfair bounces, but how you deal with those bounces defines who you will become.
Coach Davison is a native Houstonian and Lamar Alumnus; he takes pride in his roots and in educating his community. He strives for honor, success, and integrity in all he does.