About the Board
Alan Brentzel
     Alan and his wife, Shelly, moved to Spencer County in 1999 to realize their dreams of starting and raising a family. Alan and Shelly have four kids, Katelyn, Jeremy, Emily, and Kyle.
Alan’s involvement with SCSA began in the Spring of 2005, with Katelyn playing U6 soccer. Over the years, all of Katelyn’s siblings have followed their big sister and play soccer with the SCSA programs. SCSA’s values: Faith, Family, and Futbol have afforded the Brentzel’s with lasting memories and friendships made on and off the pitch.
Along with coaching teams from U6 to U14 since 2005, Alan joined the SCSA Board as treasurer in 2011. Alan has enjoyed and is thankful for being a part of a wonderful program and having the privilege to serve the communities’ need for youth soccer.

Alan is now president of the SCSA/SCFC programs, and is looking forward to the future, working alongside the numerous great volunteer parents, coaches, and administrators to enrich our children’s lives, through youth soccer.

Andy Mallory
     Andy and his wife, Melissa moved to Spencer County 15 years ago and have three daughters, Mary Ellen, Elizabeth, and Drew that have grown up on the SCSA/SCFC soccer fields. Andy holds the KY youth module, Ky soccer "E" license, Ky soccer "D" license,concussion awareness certification, and a candidate for National soccer license with US Youth Soccer.

Andy currently coaches the SCFC U13 Footie Chicks, Spencer County Middle School soccer, and can also be seen kicking the ball with any child willing to play. Andy's coaching philosophies are definitely unique, but the most important lesson he uses is that the most important aspect of soccer has nothing to do with soccer...it's about developing the player off the pitch.

Rich Hood
     Richard Hood is a United States Marine, veteran software developer and software solution designer. He played soccer at the youth level and has been coaching youth soccer since 2014. He models his life after the USMC code of Honor, Courage, and Commitment. Richard is now serving as the treasurer of the SCSA.

Jennifer Williamson
     Jennifer moved to Spencer County in 2013 with her husband, Phillip and their son Kameron . Soon after their daughter Kaydence was born, and Kinzlee is due in February 2016 They joined the SCSA in 2013 when their oldest son began playing soccer in our U8 program. Jennifer now coaches her daughters U-4 team.

Jennifer attended Brevard College where she attended on a soccer scholarship. She earned a Bachelor of Nursing degree from the University of Alaska and a Masters of Nursing from Walden University.

Amy Noll
     
Amy moved back to Spencer County in 2011 with her husband Dave and their two children, Nate and Ana.  Amy is from Spencer County and attended Taylorsville Elementary until moving away in middle school.  The Noll family became involved in SCSA when Nate starting playing U6 in 2011.  Dave has served as assistant coach on several of Nate’s teams.  Amy went to University of Kentucky and University of Louisville, where she received her Master’s Degree in Social Work.  She currently works in a trauma clinic as a supervisor and therapist.  The Noll’s have developed many friendships through their involvement with SCSA and look forward to continuing to be a part of Spencer County soccer. 

Michael Heuglin
Michael moved to Spencer County in 1993 with his wife Dawn. They have four children, Jordan, Ashton, Brielle, and Braden, with each child growing up in the SCSA/SCFC program.

Michael was instrumental in starting/developing the SCSA in 1998 where he has filled roles as referee, referee assignor, coaching director, manager, coach, and president. Michael holds a National "D" coaching license, US youth module license, and has coached U6-U18 select and recreational teams throughout the years.  Michael is currently the Director of Coach & Player Development and Director of the U6 PDP program.

Michael was also instrumental in starting soccer at the Spencer County high school where he coached the first high school team. In 2006 he helped form the SCSA select league, currently called SCFC with much success. He strives to instill a coaching phylosophy in parents, coaches, players, and administrators which will allow all players to be free to develope, learn creativity, and learn to love the game in a fun, safe environment.