Coach Wilson has grown up playing soccer in Arlington, TX. She played club soccer for the Dallas Texans and also played Varsity soccer and ran on the Varsity Cross Country team at Arlington Bowie High School. She continued her soccer career at the Junior College level at Cedar Valley College in Dallas where her team was the National Runner-Up in 2005. While there she received honors as an All-Conference, All-Region and All-American soccer player. She went to play NAIA division soccer at Lyon College in Batesville, AR where she received All-Conference recognition.
Since playing college soccer, she began teaching at Martin High School and started her coaching career at Saginaw High School where she is starting her 7th year with the Lady Rough Riders. She has worked with the Olympic Development Program players and staff and has also received her NSCAA Advanced Regional diploma, NSCAA Goalkeeping Level III diploma and USSF "D" License.
Jennifer is a native north Texan and grew up in Arlington, Texas and attended Lamar High School. She played soccer as youngster for YMCA and club soccer in middle school and high school. She went on to play two seasons at the University of Central Arkansas. Coach Wiese graduated in 2006 from The University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. After that she began working at Saginaw High School as the assistant athletic trainer in August of 2006. In August of 2013 Coach Wiese changed roles and began teaching and coaching soccer. This will be her third year coaching the JV team. Coach Wiese holds a NSCAA Level VI Diploma.
Coach Wiese and her husband Richard have a three year old son, William. In her spare time Mrs. Wiese loves to spend time with her family.