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Ashley Martin was named the seventh head women's soccer coach at Flagler College on Jan. 17. He previously served two years as the assistant men's soccer coach at Flagler.
Martin spent the four previous years (2008-11) as the women’s assistant soccer coach at Slippery Rock University. He helped coach The Rock to an overall record of 54-20-11 and the team made consecutive NCAA Division II National Tournament appearances in 2010 and 2011. Martin was an assistant women’s soccer coach at Flagler in 2007.
Martin also served as an assistant girls’ soccer coach at nearby St. Joseph Academy from 2004-07 and was the assistant boys’ coach in 2003-04.
He lettered all four years in soccer at Flagler and helped lead the 2003 team to the NAIA Region XIV finals. A defender, he played in 50 matches and scored four goals with two assists for a total of 10 points. He had a game-winning goal as a junior in a match against St. Xavier.
Martin and his wife, the former Yvette Rodriguez '07, currently reside in St. Augustine with their daughters Daniela and Lucia. Martin received his bachelor's in history from Flagler in 2007 and earned a Master's in teaching from the National University in San Diego, Calif.
Martin, a native of Solihull, England, holds the following certifications: NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, English FA Coaching Certificate Level 1 & 2 and English FA Basic Treatment and Rehabilitation of Injury Certificate.