Jameson Ramirez is the latest addition to the Greenville men's soccer coaching staff. Having joined in 2010, Ramirez will be serving as an assistant coach for the men's reserve team. His principle duties will include working with the goalkeepers as well as providing general technical and logistical assistance to reserve team head coach Robert Johnson.
Ramirez graduated with honors from Greenville College in 2007 with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. In August of 2010, Ramirez earned his master's degree in sociology from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Born and raised in the Central American country of Guatemala, Ramirez started playing soccer (or 'futbol' as it more commonly referred) from the early age of three. As a player Ramirez was brought up in the reserve team system of Guatemalan first division team Coban Imperial, earning his way to a spot on the first team. In 2002 he chose to come to the United States for school where he eventually played high school and club ball in Harrisburg, PA. In 2003, Ramirez joined the ranks of the Greenville College men's soccer team where he successfully played several seasons, assuming captaincy of the team in 2006 and garnered several accolades that included team all-conference selections.