Levi Nunnally enters his fourth season as the assistant women's soccer coach at Young Harris College.
Nunnally currently holds a United States Soccer Federation "D” National Coaching License and plans to pursue USSF “C” National Coaching License in the spring of 2012.
He began his coaching career with the McMinn United Futbol club. He helped develop and implement M.U.F.C in 2007 and coached the U9 Girls/Boys and U10 Girls/Boys teams. He coached at top quality soccer camps in Colorado and Connecticut for No.1 Soccer camps in 2008. He also coached summer soccer camps in Mobile, Ala., and Memphis, Tenn.
Nunnally played college soccer at Itawamba Community College for head coach Matt Converntino, where he made the Region XXIII All-Region team and was named team captain his sophomore year. Nunnally continued his soccer career at Tennessee Wesleyan College under head coach Tom Condone. The Bulldogs won the Appalachian Athletic Conference and region championship in 2001 to qualify for the NAIA National tournament. He was a team captain his senior year and served as a graduate assistant for both the men's and women's teams at Tennessee Wesleyan in 2003-04.
The Southaven, Miss., native is a 1999 graduate of Southaven High School. He played for the very talented Memphis Futbol club from 1994-98. While playing club soccer he captured four state championships and made three region tournament appearances.
Nunnally graduated with a bachelor's degree in business management from Tenenssee Wesleyan in 2004. He is pursuing his master's degree in coaching and athletics administration from Concordia (Calif.) University.
Nunnally is a member of Harmony Grove Baptist Church in Blairsville, Ga.