George Brown has been named the new head coach of the men's soccer program at Campbellsville University Harrodsburg.
Brown boasts an accomplished career as a coach throughout the state of Kentucky with Mercer County, East Jessamine and most recently Lincoln County.
Brown also served as the academy director of Central Kentucky Storm. He currently serves as the executive director of the Kentucky United Soccer Club.
Coach Brown brings his core values of faith, family, and a relentless work ethic to the men's soccer program.
"My faith is genuine and I have a lot of love for Harrodsburg," Brown said. "This community has a big piece of my heart."
Brown cites Philippians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength," as his mission statement for the program.
CU Harrodsburg Director of Athletics Dalton Christopher is confident Brown will lead the program into its next chapters with a focus on the development of each athlete in the program.
"Coach Brown is a skilled and accomplished coach well known across the state and the region," Christopher said. "More importantly, he is a relationship driven coach that uses his walk with Christ as the blueprint for all that he does. I have faith Coach Brown will be a tremendous leader for our Pioneers program."
The Pioneers launched their program in the 2020-21 season, however the effects of COVID-19 led to a shortened regular season. The Pioneers plan for a full season in 2021 with their eyes set at excellence on and off the playing field.
"The program will produce men of faith and family while competing at the highest level of winning regional and national championships," Brown said.
For more information on the men's soccer program, go to CUHPioneers.com.