Panther coach named to U.S. Soccer National staff
Aug. 13, 2013
LaGrange College women's soccer coach Jim Robbins has been named to the United
States Soccer National Girls coaching staff.
Robbins will be working as a staff coach with U.S. Soccer's National Trainer Centers
in the Southeast Region. In this position, he assists in player identification
and development for players born between 1996 and 2000 and makes recommendations
for player advancement to U.S. Girls National Camps in each of the respective age
Robbins recently completed his fourth and final year as head coach of the Georgia
97 Girls Olympic Development Program team last month at the conclusion of the team's
region camp at Montevallo (Ala.) University.
During Robbins' four years as head coach, his squad was regarded as the top team
in Region III in the 97 age group. Under his tutelage, 15 different players
have been selected to the Region III pool and seven different players, to date,
have been selected to the represent the age group in the U.S. Girls National Pool.
Robbins is entering his fifth season as head coach of the Panthers, who open their
season Aug. 30 at Judson (Ala.) College. The Panthers are beginning their second
season in the USA South conference after setting a school record for wins last