U.S. National Team Member 1986
San Diego Sockers Player 1985-1993
Palomar College Women's Coach
Member of six Championship Teams
Director of San Diego Sockers Camps
Member of Panionios Soccer Club, Athens, Greece l982-1984
First American to play in "First Division"
Born in Port-Au-Prince Haiti, Jacques immigrated to the US with his family as a young boy and was a high school All America soccer player at Seward Park high, played at Fulton Montgomery Community College before attending Howard University on a soccer scholarship. He turned pro at the age of 20 and was one of the first American soccer players to play in the European First Division.
Jacques played professionally for 11 years, the first 3 years with Panionios in Athens, Greece and the San Diego Sockers from 1985-1993 where he was a member of six championship teams. He was a member of the US national team member 1986.
Jacques is the author of the book called “Make Your Life Count” and currently in the process of recording a CD series called: “Side Line Traps” to help parents involved in youth sports.
Jacques has 17 years of coaching experience in youth soccer. He has been married to his wife Marie-Claire for 24 years and he has one daughter name Tania. He is a business coach, a speaker and his goal is to be named the husband of the year.