Vinny Gill
Middle Georgia College
Vinny Gill
Head Coach-Women's Soccer
vincent.gill@mga.edu
Middle Georgia College

Junior College


Gill coaches both the men's and women's programs and has done so since arriving on campus.  Coach Gill was the GCAA women's Coach of the Year in 2007 and men's Coach of the Year in 2010.  His women's teams have a record of 68-49-6 while the men's teams are 57-41-9.  His overall record at the institution is 125-90-15. Originally from Ireland, Gill has spent time coaching in the NAIA and NJCAA with different schools and spent one year coaching professionally with the Jacksonville Cyclones.  Gill's women's team won the 2009 GCAA Conference Championship and men's team was runner-up 2010.  His women's teams have reached the GCAA semifinals 6 of 7 seasons.  His men's team have made the semifinals 5 out of 7 seasons.  Neither team has missed the playoffs since Coach Gill took over.  Coach Gill is married and has 2 children and one grandchild.   Record as Head Coach (1993-Present):     294-197-39                                       Men:        184-119-25                                       Women:    110-78-14 NAIA Thomas University (Ga.) (1993-2004): 86-70-12   CCCAA Feather River CC (Ca.) Men (2005-2006):   30-11-2   CCCAA Feather River CC (Ca.) Women (2005-2006):  21-14-5 NJCAA - MGA Men (2007-2013):  68-38-11 NJCAA - MGA Women (2007-2013): 80-46-6 NAIA - MGA (2015-present):  9-18-3 NAIA - Postseason:    1-1 Tia Rogers is entering her 2 season at Middle Georgia State University as the Assistant & Goal Keeper Coach. She Attend Faulkner University in Montgomery Alabama and received her bachelors in Sports Management and minor in Business and Bible.  No stranger to the Middle Georgia area, growing up in Macon, where she attend high school at Central Fellowship Christian Academy where she lettered in 4 varsity sports. Also playing travel softball, and club soccer throughout her high school career. Rogers enjoyed a stellar 5 year career at Faulkner University as a double scholarship athlete. Playing shortstop for softball and goalkeeper for soccer. Rogers was a part of the best soccer seasons programs to date. 4 out of the 5 seasons reaching the SSAC conference tournament. 10-11 being the winningest season, and 12-13 being the first ever appearance in national tournament ever for the program. She led her team in shut outs the first and second round of playoffs against #4 and #2 ranked teams in the nation. Also an overtime win with 3 back to back PK stops to send them into the SSAC championship and first ever national tournament berth.  As a captain, she was rewarded with the Hardees Female Athlete of the week 13-14 season, along with NAIA live5 Servant Leadership Award. She pursued to play at the next level with the Charlotte Eagles in North Carolina, but found herself back in Georgia. Finding her calling as coaching and training the keepers here at Middle Georgia State University.