Jason Willis enters his seventh year coaching the men's soccer team.
In 2013, Coach Willis helped direct the team to its first MASCAC Regular Season title since 2005 and the conference tournament championship game. The Lancers also advanced to the ECAC Division III Tournament semifinals with a win at home against Mount Ida.
During the 2011 campaign, Coach Willis was honored as the Turfer MASCAC Coach of the Year for helping lead the Lancers to their first conference tournament in since 2008. WSU also landed its first ECAC Division III Tournament berth since 2007.
Coach Willis has professional experience as he has played center back for the Western Mass Pioneers since 2004. Coach Willis has also served as a team captain and in 2007 he was named to the All-League First Team in 2007. In 2006, Willis's team competed for the USL Second Division National Championship.
In the 2010 indoor season, Coach Willis played professionally as a back for the Massachusetts Twisters where he was a team captain.
Coach Willis has trained high school soccer teams as a soccer coach at the Leszek Wrona Soccer Academy in Bristol, Connecticut where he has coached both indoor and outdoor leagues since 2004. In the fall of 2006 and 2007 Willis coached freshman boy's soccer team at Ludlow High while he also assisted with the varsity boy's squad.
A 2004 graduate of Southern New Hampshire, Coach Willis was a member of the 2002 Division II national runner-up team as a junior and in 2003 Willis garnered All-Northeast 10 All-Conference Second Team Accolades as a senior.
Coach Willis also attended Holyoke Community College where both of his squads competed for National Championships in 1999 and 2000. While a member of the Panthers, Coach Willis was honored as a NJCAA All-American in both years.
In high school, Coach Willis was a four-year varsity starter who helped Ludlow reach three Western Mass Finals and win a pair of state championships. Coach Willis was named All-State and he was also the Western Mass Finals MVP in his senior season.
Alex Wolfel enters his third season as an assistant coach of the men's soccer team, after a standout career wearing the Lancer uniform.
Coach Wolfel was a three-time All-MASCAC selection as he wrapped up his career fifth in the record book in goals (30) while he is sixth in both assists (16) and points (6th).
In his senior semester, the club captured the MASCAC Regular Season Championship with an unbeaten record (6-0-1) as Coach Wolfel shared the conference lead in assists (8) and he was second overall in points (30).
While at Worcester State, Coach Wolfel helped lead the team to the ECAC Division III Tournament quarterfinals as a sophomore in 2011 and the semifinals in 2013 during his final campaign wearing a Blue and Gold uniform.
Brian Cormier is entering his second season as an assistant coach prior to serving as the team manager/volunteer assistant coach for the Worcester State University men's soccer program. Cormier also worked closely with Kelly Downs, Coordinator of Student-Athlete Support Services, overseeing and working with exemption soccer players. In addition to his volunteer work with the university, he also worked at Worcester South as a student teacher.
Brian was a four year member of the Worcester State men's soccer team graduating in 2013 with a degree in history. In Brian's career he played in 71 games, making 54 starts. His senior year he was the only one to play and start in all 21 games. Brian was a captain for two years and finished his career with a total of 28 points. Brian earned multiple league awards during his playing career including first team all-conference, player of the week and MASCAC All-Academic team.
He helped lead the Lancers to the regular season MASCAC championship his senior year while leading the conference in assists. He also helped the team to two ECAC tournaments and three consecutive appearances in the MASCAC post-season tournament.