"I am delighted to welcome Chase to Dartmouth," said Cook. "Having played at the highest levels of our sport, Chase brings a wealth of experience to Hanover that will directly impact our student-athletes. He is passionate about college soccer and is a highly regarded coach in his own right who is committed to our philosophy of excellence on the field, in the classroom and in our community."
Wileman has had a wealth of experience as a player and a coach. At the North Texas Olympic Program, he was responsible for identifying and training talented youth players between the ages of 10-18. He also served as a coach at the Texas Football Club since 2010.
Before getting into coaching, Wileman played in Major League Soccer from 2007 through 2009. He was selected by FC Dallas in the 2007 Supplemental Draft. Wileman was named the reserve team MVP in 2008.
He played four seasons at Southern Methodist University from 2003 to 2006. SMU made the NCAA Tournament all four seasons and the College Cup in 2005. Wileman was a captain his senior season, while scoring eight goals and 13 assists for 29 points. He earned Conference USA first team and NSCAA All-Midwest first team.