Jason Wisniewski came to Seacoast United from Fort Wayne, IN where he coached for the Fort Wayne Citadel, Fort Wayne Sport Club and Bishop Dwenger High School for 14 years. In club soccer, he coached his ’93 boys to a state title in 2005 and has coached all levels from “Gigglers and Dribblers” to U-18 Premier Boys. At the high school level, Jason’s teams won 8 Conference, 8 Sectional, 6 Regional, 3 Semi-State and 2 Indiana State Championships with over 200 teams competing annually.
He left Bishop Dwenger with a 14 year record of 219-49-16. He was named the Indiana Coaches of Girls’ Sports Association’s Soccer Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2006. He was also voted the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association’s Girls’ High School Coach of the Year in 2006.
Since moving to New Hampshire in 2012, Jason has been an active coach at Seacoast United; coaching girls from the U15-U19 levels as well as coaching younger boys and girls participating in the soccer developmental Junior Academy program at the York, ME facility.
Jason played soccer at Hofstra University and Robert Morris College (University). He currently holds an NSCAA National Diploma and USSF “D” license equivalency. He is an 8th grade language arts teacher at Dover M.S. and coaches the Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team at Dover H.S where he was voted Division 1 Varsity Coach of the Year in 2013 by the NH Soccer Coaches Association.
He lives in Dover, NH with his wife, Laurie, and daughter, Zoe. His family also includes step-son, Patrick, who is a certified early intervention specialist and certified athletic trainer for ATI worksite solutions in Indianapolis, and step-son, Bradley, who works as an EMT in St. Petersburg, Florida and is studying to be a Certified Anesthesiologist Assistant at Nova Southeastern University.