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Nick Jaramillo

Nick Jaramillo

Nick Jaramillo comes to South Georgia Tormenta FC from Young Harris College in Georgia. He worked for both the men's and women's programs while with the Mountain Lions.

He served three seasons as an assistant coach and keeper coach (2016, 2017, 2019) with the men's team at YHC, helping them to a 37-10-7 mark. They were named the Peach Belt Conference tournament champions in 2016, NCAA DII Men's Southeast Region champions in 2017, and Peach Belt Regular Season Champions in 2019.

Jaramillo has worked in the USL League Two as an Assistant Coach with experience at the Des Moines Menace, where they compiled a record of 11-1-3 with a national tournament appearance, Heartland Division championship, and USL Two regular season championship. Prior to the Menace, he was at Mississippi Brilla FC for three seasons, during which they compiled a record of 15-9-7 and a USL League Two (formerly PDL) Semifinals appearance and 2017 Southern Conference Championship.

He also served as the interim head coach for the women's team in 2017, leading the Mountain Lions to a 9-6-3 mark, 6-3-1 in the PBC. Goalkeeper Nicole Medeiros was fourth in the PBC with a 1.20 goals against average and third with seven shutouts. Forward Lucero Robayo and defender Sanja Ratkovic were named Second-Team All-Conference.

Jaramillo was also the Assistant Women's Coach for Barry University in 2018, helping lead them to a 16-1-1 Season and being named 2018 Sunshine State Regular Season and Tournament Champions.

Prior to joining the Mountain Lions in 2016, Jaramillo served as the Men's Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach at Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2015. The Sailfish finished the season ranked No. 5 in NCAA Division II as they went 17-2-1, won the South Region title, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II National Tournament. Goalkeeper Steeven Raymont was named to NSCAA NCAA Division II All-America second team after posting 0.72 goals against average and six shutouts.

Jaramillo holds an Advanced National Diploma from the NSCAA and a National "C" License from the U.S. Soccer Federation.  

He is a 2018 graduate of Young Harris with a degree in Psychology.