Returning for his fifth season with AFC Ann Arbor, former NAIA National Player of the Year and MLS player, Boyzzz Khumalo, will find himself in a new role as he takes the helm for the women’s side as they will compete in the United Women’s Soccer national league for the second year. He has proven to be a key component in building and implementing a strong club culture as an assistant to Coach Rudland for five years, and looks to build upon and grow that culture on the women’s side. Khumalo, a former professional with stints at DC United, Chicago Fire and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds brings a wealth of high level college and professional experience to The Mighty Oak. The co-founder and visionary behind the Umhlaba Vision Foundation, Khumalo now spends his free time helping kids from his home country, South Africa by creating opportunities for them to continue their education. A graduate of Coastal Carolina University University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Khumalo holds USSF A license. Also active in the club soccer scene, Khumalo is currently the director of coaching for Michigan Rush.