Get Recruited Faster with a Player Profile on

NCAA Nov 01, 2023

Jacksonville University mutually parts ways with women’s soccer head coach John Constable

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville University Senior Vice President / Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert announced a leadership change for the women’s soccer program as he and Head Coach John Constable mutually agreed to part ways.

“I want to thank Coach Constable for the hard work he put in over his four years here to help build our women’s soccer program back up,” said Ricker-Gilbert. “We wish him much success as he pursues what is next.”

“We have an outstanding group of student-athletes in our program. We are excited about what lies ahead.”

Jacksonville is coming off of a 3-11-4 season, in which the team did not qualify for the Atlantic Sun Women’s Soccer Championship. Constable’s four-year tenure included a 2022 season in which the team went 6-5-5, earning a result in six of 10 conference matches and falling to 1-seed Liberty in the First Round of the ASUN Championship.

“I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Jacksonville University and I appreciate the opportunity given to me to work at such a great institution and athletic program,” said Constable. “After discussions with the athletics leadership, we both felt the time was right for the program and I to go in a different direction.

“I wish everyone nothing but the best. JU has a young talented group, and I see great things ahead for the women’s soccer program.”

JU women’s soccer first competed in 1995 and have had seven head coaches in the program’s history.

A national search for the next head coach begins immediately.

Featured Players

See Commitment List