|Glenelg Country School Announces Glenn Hayman as Varsity Boys Soccer Coach|
Hayman returns to the Howard County area after a successful soccer career as a player and a coach in the Roanoke, Virginia area. He grew up in Howard County, playing interscholastic soccer at Oakland Mills High School in addition to playing basketball and lacrosse. He won two MPSSAA state championships (1998-99) in soccer and was named All-State as a senior.
Collegiately, he played for Roanoke College during the 1998-2002 seasons as a four-year starter and earned All Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors in both his junior and senior seasons. During his senior year he served as captain and was recognized as an NCAA All South Region player. Hayman’s teams won back-to-back ODAC Championships and advanced on to the NCAA tournament for Division III Men’s Soccer in both 2001 and 2002.
Hayman has served as the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Roanoke College since 2007 and while coaching for the Maroons, was in charge of player development, opponent scouting, and recruiting. During this time, he also coached the Varsity Boys Soccer team at Lord Botetourt High School (LBHS) from 2007 through the 2009 seasons. Under his leadership, LBHS experienced their most successful soccer seasons finishing the 2008 season with a record of 13-4-3. Hayman was named the 2009 District Coach of the Year following their record-breaking season in which LBHS topped their previous year by going 14-3-3.
Glenelg Country School looks to revitalize their Varsity Boys’ Soccer program and feel that Hayman was the perfect candidate. “Glenn’s experiences in the soccer world translate perfectly to GCS and what we are trying to see in our soccer program. His familiarity with the county, the recruiting process, and his documented success as a head coach at the high school level will serve him well as he takes on the challenge ahead,” states GCS Athletic Director, Nan Hambrose.