There is no doubt that the North Greenville University Women’s Soccer team was very successful on the field in Conference Carolinas this 2017 season. While game success is valued in the program, the coaching staff and players have strived for unity and bettering of themselves. The girls work each and every day to be joyful, accountable, and grateful for the blessings they have received. Through team bonding activities, like team movies, a weekend in the mountains, and fun overnight stays for far away games, each girl has built life-long friendships.
Coach Robinson pours into the development of his players as people, encouraging volunteering and serving with a joyful heart. The team has served the community by assisting youth soccer practices at the Upward Star Center, helping at local Mountain View Elementary game night, and working the Trunk-or-Treat at Praise Cathedral Church in Greer. The team enjoys such activities, it builds good relationships among teammates and takes core soccer values into the real world. Good communication, teamwork, encouragement, and grace are practiced off of the pitch, which directly affect how the girls play in the game.