While first attending University of Indiana at Evansville, Jamie transferred to Clemson University where he received All-American honors and was voted top collegiate goalkeeper of the year. A two sport athlete, Jamie chose soccer over baseball when he was selected to the US Olympic Team in 1984, a call to the National Team, and the First National Futsal Team. Drafted by the Cosmos in the NASL, he never really got the outdoor start. The NPSL Indoor League was his next step. Rookie of the Year in 1985 with the Canton Invaders, Jamie was the goalie for 4 Championship years with Canton. Later in 1995, he received his fifth Championship with the St. Louis Ambush. Received 6 Goalkeeper of the League Award, 2 MVP Awards, 11 All-Star Games and was named MVP twice. Recorded 296 Career Wins and had 9 goals and 98 assists as a goalie. From the Canton Invaders, Buffalo Blizzard, St. Louis Ambush, and the Kansas City Attack. Once again, giving back to the game, Jamie has helped with the NORCO Soccer Club, Scott Gallagher Illinois, McKendree University, and the cities of O’Fallon and Wentzville. Currently, Jamie is the assistant coach for the St. Louis Ambush. Jamie is also associated with the Friends of Kids with Cancer, Special Olympics, and The Climb for PTSD. Jamie is the Owner and Operator of the CORE Soccer Training, developing programs for individuals and coaches on a one on one or a team basis.