Andres Leza, Boys U15 Head Coach
I have called Shattuck-St. Mary's School home since August of 2014. Prior to coming to SSM, I spent eight years coaching at the college level at both NCAA D3 and NAIA institutions. I also coached youth club on the side right after graduating from college. Overall, I have been coaching soccer for twenty years. If you include my playing days, soccer has been part of my life to some extent since I was four years old. I am passionate about the game of soccer, in case that wasn't abundantly clear.
When I arrived at SSM, I learned more as a coach in my first year than I had in several years at the college level. The reason for this is the environment at SSM. SSM pushes you to do more: to collaborate, to explore, to create, to struggle, and to grow. This is evident in my approach to coaching. What SSM asks of me, I will ask the same of you in your academic studies, your soccer, your relationships, and other areas of your life. I will challenge you to be a better person, a better you. As founding director Tim Carter once stated, "You will come to Shattuck-St. Mary's for soccer, but you will leave with so much more!"
Bob Moullin, Boys U15 Assistant Coach & Head of Recruiting
Born in Manchester, England, I bring over 40 years of coaching experiences to Shattuck-St. Mary's School. I have an A coaching license, and I received my BA in recreation management from Flagler College. At the collegiate level, I have coached a combined 19 years at Flagler College and Jacksonville University. While both institutional had many successful seasons, I enjoyed helping my players excel on and off the field. I am proud when I receive messages from former players thanking me for being an important influence that led to their success later in life. During my time working for US Soccer, I enjoyed helping clubs, states, and national youth teams improve in all aspects of the game. I was the head coach of region 3 for eight years, in addition to coaching in four Olympic festivals, and I was the assistant coach during two U17 World Cup tournaments in 1991 and 1993.
I believe SSM gives our players a wonderful opportunity to challenge themselves in the classroom and on the soccer field. I always encourage the players to enjoy themselves as they continue to develop their passion. I like to have a personal relationship with every single player in our program, and my goal is for each player to leave SSM ready for the next step in their journey.
I am happily married to Holly Moullin, who has multiple administrative jobs at SSM, and I have two children: Andrew '13 and Victoria '20.