|Alma Mater:||Southern Methodist|
Assistant Coach Chase Wileman begins his third season on the Dartmouth sidelines in 2013 and his first as the first assistant. Wileman joined the Dartmouth staff in July 2011.
Wileman was important piece for the Dartmouth men's soccer team in 2012. He helped the Big Green to a second-place finish in the Ivy League standings with a -7-0, 5-2- Ivy League record, while maintaining a perfect 4-0 slate at Burnham Field. Under Wileman's tutelage five players earned All-Ivy honors in 2012.
In his first season on staff, Wileman helped guide the Big Green to its ninth Ivy League title and its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. Under his tutelage, Lucky Mkosana earned Ivy League Player of the Year honors and four Big Green players earned All-Ivy League accolades.
Wileman comes to Dartmouth from coaching various North Texas ODP teams and Dallas area club teams. Wileman holds a U.S. Soccer Federation "A" License.
Before beginning his coaching career, Wileman played in Major League Soccer with FC Dallas from 2007-09. Dallas selected him in the supplemental draft in 2007, and he made his full professional debut in a US Open Cup third round game against Miami FC. He made his Major League Soccer debut during a 4-0 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy, also registering an assist. Wileman was named reserve team MVP in 2008.
Wileman played four seasons at Southern Methodist University from 2003 to 2006 where he helped lead SMU to four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, including a berth in the College Cup in 2005. A team captain his senior year, Wileman scored 13 goals and tallied 18 assists for 44 career points. He also earned Conference USA first-team honors and was named first team NSCAA All-Midwest during his collegiate career.