Jake Davis is in his third season with the Virginia women’s soccer program, working with the goalkeepers in his role as a volunteer assistant coach.
In the past three seasons, he’s helped the Cavalier keepers turn in some dominating performances, including 14 shutouts and a stretch of seven consecutive shutouts in ACC play tallying 775 minutes. The 2020 team advanced to the College Cup and the Cavaliers posted four straight shutouts in the NCAA Tournament on a run to the semifinal.
Davis joined the Cavalier program after serving as the goalkeeper coach at Assumption College where he assisted in recruiting while training the goalkeepers for the program. He also worked with the Boston Bolts USL 2 team and the Boston Bolts DA team. He worked with the goalkeepers through all levels.
This past summer, Davis served as an assistant coach at Hartford Athletic in the USL Championship.
Prior to his time with the Boston Bolts, Davis served as an intern and coach with the New England Revolution Academy in 2018 and with the Springfield Demize Soccer Academy in 2017. With the Springfield club he served as an assistant coach with the U10 and U19 teams and served as goalkeeper coach for the U18 team.
From 2016-18, Davis served as a coach and goalkeeper coordinator for FC Dallas Tri.
Davis earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from King University in 2018 where he competed as part of the soccer program. He also competed with UMass Lowell and Southern Connecticut State where he recently completed a Master’s of Business Administration.
Davis holds a USSF National C license as well as a United Soccer Coaches GK level 1 license.