Jonah Silk


Jonah Silk


May 2010 Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, Bachelor of Arts
Major: Political Science; Minor: Holocaust Studies


The Player Development Academy Summer 2013-Present Zerapath, New Jersey
• Head coach, PDA Wolves u10
• Head coach, PDA Zizou u12
• Asst. coach, PDA Blues u17

Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child Fall 2011-Present
Varsity Soccer Head Coach Summit, New Jersey
• Was on staff for the school’s first ever New Jersey Non-Public Group B Girls State Championship as assistant in 2011. Promoted in 2012.
• Union County Mountain Division Champions 2014
• Non-Public A North State Finalist 2014
• Union County Coach of the Year 2014

The Wolves Soccer Academy LLC Summer 2012-Present
President, Director of Program Development

NSCAA National Diploma

Playing Career

• Drew University, 2007–2010, Coach Lenny Armuth.
• Team ranked nationally Fall 2008, qualified for NCAA Division III tournament.
• Team won Landmark Conference regular season and ECAC Metro championship Fall 2009.
• Led team in points, Fall 2009
• Earned Landmark Conference offensive player of the week for the week ending November 2, 2009
• Scored game-winning goal against Susquehanna University to clinch first-place in the conference playoff.
• Scored game-winning goal in ECAC Metro Division championship game 2009.

• Trialed with teams in northern Sweden in summer 2011. Falu FK and Kvarnsveden FC in the Swedish 2nd Division, and IK Brage of the Swedish 1st division. Rudy Meredith, Yale women’s coach, was agent for the trial.
• Trained with 4th division Spanish soccer club FC Carmel, Barcelona, Spain. Summer 2009.
• South Central Premier, U19 (Connecticut), Spring and Summer 2005, Coach Adam Cohen
• Manchester Premier, U18, Manchester, Connecticut, Spring 2003, Coach: Kevin Sheehan
• Amity Regional High School, Woodbridge, Connecticut, 9th - 12th grade, 1999 – 2003, Coach Mike Marchitto
• Leading scorer junior and senior seasons.
• Both seasons finished in the top 20 scorers in the southern Connecticut area
• Bethesda Dodgers, Bethesda Maryland, u11-u14. League Champions 1998-99. Coach Mustapha Minteh


Top Corner Sports

Top Corner Sports

Nike Football



Ewing Sports

Total Global Sports

Total Global Sports

Anthony Travel

LineMark International

Scouting Zone


United States Soccer Federation


US Club


US Soccer Development Academy

US Youth Soccer Region I



US Youth Soccer

Elite Clubs National League

Athlete Development Institute

Athlete Development Institute