Meet our Staff
Dr. Jones is a sports psychology specialist who works with athletes, teams, and coaches in performance enhancement via various mental strategies that help them achieve their full potential and cope with the pressures of competition. Sean Paul works at his private practice, Livestrong, PLLC, and will also be a player for the club as he anticipates contributing both on and off the pitch.
Ryan is a veteran player and coaching professional with over 20 years of experience spanning all ages and genders from youth, college, to semi-pro levels. He has played soccer for over 30 years from club to university and semi-pro. His passion is in growing soccer and helping players discover and experience a love for the game.
Steve is a LR native who played for Riverdale SC, Hall HS, Hendrix, and the University of Memphis. He’s coached with AR United, Pulaski Academy, and Mount St. Mary’s and currently coaches at Central HS and AR United. Steve works with our players raising their performance in ball skill, tactical awareness, and athletic performance. His company Performance Soccer Academy takes this to the individual level where he also specializes in training athletes in injury recovery and avoidance.
Rick has coached in central Arkansas for 18 years including 16 years with Arkansas United/ LRFC, head coach at Pulaski Academy and Bryant High School. At the HS level he has been Conference Coach of the Year 3 times, led teams to 2 conference championships, and a state final. The Wolves are proud to have him contributing to the growth and development of the young men in our 20u player development academy.
Ismael, a dedicated family man and the most handsome of the Wolves staff, is very passionate about all things soccer, including growing the sport, and helping connect players with opportunities to play. He is a US Soccer Youth and Adult Referee, as well as NISOA College Referee, so do not mess with him or he will give you a red card!
Eric grew up as a part of the Little Rock soccer community and has come back to Central Arkansas to work to improve the level of play throughout the state and increase the availability of high quality youth development programs. He also the current coach of the eStem High School boys team and took them to their first state tournament appearance in 2019. Eric is dedicated to constantly improving his own coaching knowledge and technical training ability to help Arkansas produce more college and professional level players.