John "Shedzy" Sheridan

Executive Director

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Shedzy joined the Urbandale Soccer Club in August 2001 and brings a semi-professional playing and coaching background spanning over 17 years. During his time in England, Shedzy served as a staff member at english professional club, Walsall FC’s Centre of Excellence and was also instrumental in the introduction of an innovative development program for youth players at Leamington FC. As a staff member for the Iowa ODP program, Shedzy has been responsible for the program’s oldest girls teams including the '89-'95 teams and has coached the 96/97 team. During this time, he has built relationships with many college coaches across the country that has helped in the placement of many student athletes to college soccer programs. Shedzy serves as the Executive Director for JUSC.

  • USSF A License

  • NSCAA Premier Diploma – Pass with Distinction

  • English FA Coaching Certificate

  • English FA First Aid Certificate

  • National Center for Sports Safety – PREPARE License

  • ISA Licensing Instructor

  • ISA Developmental Camp Girls Director

Tim Dobberfuhl

Youth Development Director

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Tim has been coaching with JUSC sinc 2008. Tim grew up in the Midwest playing soccer in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio and Dallas, TX. He has played for many clubs and at many different levels within the US Club system.  Most recently, he earned a Bachelor's degree and was a four-year starter for Central College (Pella, IA) and has since made Iowa home with his wife and two kids.



  • JUSC January 2008-Present

  • USSF "B" License

  • Iowa Soccer "E" License Instructor 

  • National Center for Sports Safety PREPARE License


  • Andromeda ’84 (Plano, TX) 1999-2002. Classic League "1", Captain

  • McKinney High School (TX) 3-year starter, 2-year captain, 3-time All-Conference player

  • Central College Starter 2002-2005. Helped Central post a record of 54-18-2 / 2002 Regular Season Champs

  • Central College Captain 2004 and 2005

  • IIAC All-Conference 2003 and 2004

  • NSCAA/Adidas Scholar All-Region Honorable Mention 2003 and 2004

Chris Rennie

Age Group Director

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Chris arrived in the United States in 2005 from Edinburgh, Scotland where he played at the highest competitive level. After enjoying a very successfull college playing career at Iowa Wesleyan, Chris moved to Des Moines with his wife and ex-JUSC player Jenna and is delighted to have joined JUSC as part of the coaching staff.


  • NSCAA Advanced National Diploma

  • NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeper Diploma

  • USSF 'D' License

  • Drake University Women 2015 - 2017

  • Grand View University Mens 2009 - Present

  • Grand View University Women 2009 - 2017

  • Iowa OPD Staff and Goalkeeper Coach


  • Iowa Wesleyan College 2005 - 2009

  • All Conference ‘05, ‘06 and `07

  • Team captain `05,`07 and `08

  • Falkirk Football Club (Scotland) 1999 – 2002

  • Alloa Athletic Footbal Club (Scotland) 2002-2003

Ryan Rink

Age Group Director

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Ryan began playing at the age of 6 with the CVYSA starting with the recreational program and later moved onto select teams. Rink continued playing at Central College in Pella, Iowa for two years then hung up the boots and became Student Assistant Coach for the Central College Women’s team. Rink was also an assistant coach for the Pella High School boys team and the Pella Soccer Club. Rink graduated from Central College with a degree in Exercise Science – Health Promotion.


  • NSCAA College Coach Professional Development Certificate

  • NSCAA State Youth

  • NSCAA Youth Regional

  • NSCAA Goal Keeping Level 1

  • (2) NSCAA High School Diplomas

  • USSF National"C" License

  • USSF Grade 7 Referee

  • Iowa High School Coaching Authorization


  • 2006 Cedar Falls High School Hall of Fame.

  • 2006 MVC 1st Team All-Conference and Most Valuable Player of the Year.

  • 2006 1st Team All State.

  • 2005 Iowa Male Youth Soccer Referee of Year

Corbin Stone

Age Group Director

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Corbin joins JUSC with a vast amount of coaching and playing experience.  

  • US Soccer 'A' License

  • USSF National Youth License

  • College Coach: Drake, University of Iowa, Augustana College

  • Youth Club Director Experience: Iowa Rush, Idaho Rush, Bettendorf Soccer Association, West Des Moines Soccer Club, Iowa Soccer Club

  • Olympic Development Program Experience: Region II Age Group Staff, Virginia, Maryland, DC and Iowa State Staff

  • Instructor of US Soccer licenses: Iowa Soccer Association, Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia

  • US National Team Program: assistant coach U14 girls'

  • Player: High School, College, Senior Amateur, one of the first Iowa players to make Region II ODP Team

Molly Ford

Select Administrative Assistant / Age Group Director

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Molly has been playing soccer since she was about eight years old.  She played for the Appleton Soccer Club in Wisconsin, which then turned into the N.E.W United.  She played High School Soccer at Appleton West, where she was a four year letter winner along with team captain her senior year.  She went on to play in college at Luther College, where she became a two year captain her Junior/Senior year.  She majored in Communication Studies.

She is coaching because she enjoys the sport and wants to help provide a similar experience for the youth throughout the community.  She recently moved to Des Moines because she wanted to be closer to family, loves the area, and wants to pursue more opportunities in her career, whatever that may be for now.


  • NSCAA National Coaching Diploma

Trevor Neary

Age Group Director

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Trevor has played soccer since he was 5. Starting at Soccer West for almost a decade & then moving on to Northwest for his high school club days. He attended Des Moines Roosevelt & played soccer all four years, earning Honorable Mention All-Conference during his Senior year. He was a scholarship athlete at William Penn University, where he majored in Sports Management. Trevor was an All-Academic All-Conference winner & lettered all four years. He knew he loved the game too much to ever leave it, and leading/coaching was always a passion. He wants to help better the game in, not only Iowa, but the United States.


  • Mahaska County Soccer Club U14B's 2015

  • DM Roosevelt Varsity Assistant/9th HC 2015-2018

  • DM Roosevelt Varsity Girls Head Coach 2019-Current

  • USSF "D" License

Haris Serdarevic

Recreational Administrative Assistant

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Haris is an Urbandale Resident and has been involved with the club for many years.

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Doug Sawyer

Doug holds a National "D" coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation.  His involvement in youth soccer spans several decades.  Doug competed in both Division I and Division III soccer in college.  He still holds career and single season scoring records at North Central College in Naperville, IL where he played three years as a defender.  Doug is the only soccer player in the school's history to be inducted in the school's Athletic Hall of Fame.  At JUSC, he has been involved in many roles with the club over the past decade, including serving as Co-Tournament Director of the JUSC Fall Cup for Boys over two years and has devoted countless hours to both boys and girls development in the Academy program since its inception.  In addition to his role with the club as a coach, Doug is an Emmy-award winning television professional with a career that has taken him to Chicago, Denver, and Des Moines.  He currently works for WHO-HD Channel 13 in Des Moines.  Doug is married with three daughters who are all active in soccer.


  • USSF "D" License

Randi McGregor

Randi played rec soccer for Northwest from age 3 to 17. She played varsity at Hoover High School four years and played varisity center back for Grandview from 2013 to 2017. She majored in psychology and human services. She has coached for Coerver since 2015 and volunteered with other clubs since 2013. She continues to play in adult coed leagues and has just obtained her E license in August 2017. Randi wanted to coach and join JUSC because of the reputation the club upholds. She knew she could learn a lot by observing and helping alongside the coaching staff while being able to help younger kids receive the fundamentals she never did and to push them to go further. 

Randi wants to see young females getting more out of themselves than they ever thought possible. She wants to be that role model that can help, train, push and show them that it is all possible. She wants to see young kids grow, challenge and change themselves in numerous ways, not just in soccer. This game we play, is more than just soccer it's a whole body lifestyle. 


  • USSF "E" License

Cameron Peterson

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Courtney Bebensee

Courtney began playing soccer for WDMSC in 2002 and played there throughout her select years. In 2010, she was one of the first teams to combine with JUSC, creating the Sporting Iowa Club we know today. After graduating from Valley High School Courtney went on to play four years at Wartburg College, where her team went on to play in two NCAA Championships and were Conference Champions two times. After graduation in 2015 Courtney came back to the Des Moines area and began coaching; she joined the JUSC staff in 2016. 


  • USSF "E" License

Jerrod Sieverding

Jerrod grew up in Bellevue, IA and started playing soccer at age 14.  He played high school for Bellevue Marquette from 1993 to 1996 and club soccer for the Dubuque Soccer Club in 1995 and 1996.   After graduating high school he attended Iowa State University and played for the men’s club soccer team.  For his sophomore year, he transferred to Colorado School of Mines and played NCAA Division II soccer for one season in Golden, CO.   From 1997 to 2000 I played for the Des Moines Menace reserves during his remaining time at Iowa State, in addition to the ISU men’s club team.   He graduated from Iowa State University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. 

Jerrod currently has his USSF E License and is in the process of obtaining his D license in the next year.   Jerrod lives with his wife Kristin in Johnston and have 3 children.  They have both coached youth soccer and enjoy being around the game as a former player, parents, coaches, and overall fans of the game. 


  • USSF "E" License

Kev Brennan

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Drew Becker

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Elisabeth Haager

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Fahrudin "Rudy" Sehic

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Kirsten Bedell

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Chad Mentele

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Matt Todd

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Alan Bedell

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