Women's Head Coach
Kim is a graduate from University of Central Florida, it's there were she continued her stellar goalkeeping career. Wyant was named Rookie of the Year and started at goalkeeper in the first- ever NCAA Women's Soccer Championship Game against University of North Carolina. Although UCF lost, Wyant was named MVP of the whole tournament. As a senior, Wyant was named First Team All-American and was inducted into the UCF Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010. Wyant was also the first goalkeeper in the history of the U.S. Women's National Team, playing against Italy in 1985. She also played for W-league's the Long Island Lady Riders for nine years. In 2008, Wyant received the Special Recognition Award from the National Soccer Hall of Fame for her contributions to the U.S. Women's National Team.
NPSL Men's Head Coach and Director of Recruiting
Barclay MacKinnon has played and coached soccer for over 40 years. He has been involved as a regional coach and a member of the US National camp selection staff. He has many local, state, and regional championships to his credit. Barclay has been a fixture on the college soccer scene, and his ability to recruit talent for the NYAC is invaluable. Barclay is a career coach and educator as headmaster of the Oliverian School.
First Assistant and Reserve Team Coach
Bill Saporito has been a member of the New York Athletic Club for more than twenty years. His history with the club includes elite player, coach, and supporter of NYAC athletes over three decades. Bill assists Barclay with the first team, and manages the reserve team. Bill is an assistant managing editor at TIME Magazine, whose areas of coverage are sports and business. Bill covered the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and wrote TIME's June 14th, 2010 cover story on American soccer.
Director of Operations
Alana Wohlers is an LIU Brooklyn graduate. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and also played soccer for the Blackbirds. Wohlers has also played with WPSL team the San Diego Sealions for the past three season.