Jackie StollAssistant Coach
Jaclyn Stoll enters her first year as an Assistant Coach for the Charleston Fleet.
Jaclyn played at Coastal Carolina University from 2002-06, during which time the Chants won their first-ever Big South championship. She appeared in 67 matches and co-captained her junior and senior seasons. She is currently listed in every career and single-season records category for the Chants.
Following a successful playing career at CCU, Stoll joined the Charleston Southern University coaching staff. During her time with the Buccaneers, Stoll has been instrumental in developing some of the program’s best goalkeepers. Most notable Caitlin Cody, who led the NCAA in saves on with 167 in 2012. She was also a part of a coaching staff that led the Bucs to a first-ever Big South championship in 2010.
In addition to working with the Bucs, in 2008, Jaclyn joined the coaching staff at Suárez Soccer School, where she currently serves as the Director of Operations using her talents to provide high-quality soccer training programs, camps and clinics for players of all ages, skill levels and abilities throughout the Lowcountry.
Stoll currently holds her United States Soccer Federation “E” License.
A Fairfax Station, VA native, she currently resides in James Island, SC.