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Lucas Kollross is in his third season as an assistant coach at UW-Stevens Point in 2017.

Kollross joined the UW-Stevens Point staff after spending 16 years as the head girls soccer coach at D.C. Everest High School.  In his 16 seasons with the Evergreens, Kollross posted a combined record of 209-135-29.

Kollross, a 2001 graduate of UWSP, led D.C. Everest to a state championship in the spring of 2015 after finishing as the runner-up in 2014. His teams also won the last three Wisconsin Valley Conference championships.

The success of his D.C. Everest teams helped Kollross gather numerous awards. He is a two-time Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Coach of the Year (2014-15) and was named the Gannett Media Central Wisconsin Female Coach of the Year in 2015.

Kollross also served as the Vice President of the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association and the Director of Central Wisconsin TOPSoccer. He holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) national diploma and a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "D" license.


Eric Wiberg is entering his 11th year at UWSP with an emphasis on working with the program's goalkeepers. His work with goalkeepers goes back to his playing days, but more recently he has made a major impact in both the UWSP program and with youth from around the country. Wiberg has helped over one hundred fifty youth goalkeepers realize their dream of playing collegiately, some at the highest level college soccer has to offer.

"We are super excited to have the expertise of Eric coaching our goalkeepers here at UWSP. With Eric on staff, we are one of the few DIII teams with a full-time goalkeeper trainer.  We are excited to have Eric and his family join our family," stated head coach Dawn Crow.

Wiberg, and his goalkeeper program, WibergWGS train weekly in Stevens Point and WWGS is a proud affiliate of the world's largest goalkeeper camp, Camp Shutout. He will also be attending the International Goalkeepers Conference this summer to further expand his knowledge base.

Wiberg owns a level 1 and 2 goalkeeper diploma and a USSF D license. He is originally from Illinois and has now called Stevens Point his home for 32 years. He and his wife Betsy have two daughters, Annaliese and Allie.


Davis joined the staff in 2017.  He has been part of the Wisconsin soccer scene since 2013.  In addition to his volunteer assistant coaching duties, Davis is also on the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Olympic Development coaching staff.

He also works with Portage County Youth Soccer with stint with the U17 and U15 teams.  In spring 2016, he was the JV coach at Lincoln High in Wisconsin Rapids.  Additionally, Davis coached the U13-U14 Wisconsin Rapids Kickers Youth Girls Club team from August 2013 through 2015.

Davis also spent time coaching at Grapevine High, with the Dallas Texans Academy and at his alma mater York College.  He graduated from York College with a bachelor's degree in history in 2007.  Davis holds a USSF Level E coaching license.