Bremer, Sheridan join Spartans' athletic staff

Bremer, Sheridan join Spartans' athletic staff

Manchester University head track and field coach Brian Cashdollar and head women's soccer coach Andy Stout announced that Jessica Bremer and David Sheridan have joined the Spartans' athletics' staff. Bremer will be an assistant for the Spartan track and field program, while Sheridan will assist with the MU women's soccer program. 

Bremer, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise and sports sciences from Manchester University in May 2011, returns to her alma mater after serving as a graduate assistant for DePauw University's cross country and track and field teams from 2011-13. She also has coaching experience from being an intern for the Huntington University cross country program in 2009 and a counselor for the Yoder-Begley and Three Rivers distance camps and DePauw's cross country mini-camp from 2088-11 and in 2012.

Sheridan, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in graphic design from Mount Ida (Mass.) College's Chamberlyn School of Design in 2000, held previous positions as a women's team volunteer assistant at NCAA Division I American University, as a girls team assistant at Washington and Lee (Va.) and Newton South (Mass.) High Schools and as a coach for various club and youth teams in Texas and Virginia. He also has extensive playing experience having helped guide Mount Ida College to the NJCAA Division I national tournament and San Antonio College of Texas' club team to the semifinals of the NIRSA tourney as well as competing overseas in the Irish and Welsh Premier Divisions and Scottish First Division.

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