Tigerville, S.C.—North Greenville athletic director Jan McDonald has named Bill Martin the new head coach of the North Greenville Men's Soccer team.
Martin comes to North Greenville from Eastside High School. Martin led the Eastside High School Men's soccer team to a state championship during the 2014 season and finished as the third ranked team in the National Soccer Coaches Association of American (NSCAA) national poll.
Coach Martin currently serves as the Executive Director at the Furman United Soccer club where he grew the club from 200 players to over 1200 players over his 14yrs of service. Martin serves on the Region III Olympic Development Staff and the SCYSA State Olympic Development staff. Coach Martin also serves on the SCYSA Coaching education staff where he helps entry-level coaches start the licensing process with US Soccer.
Martin has an "A" License from the Unite States Soccer Federation and earned his Premier Diploma.
Bill Martin is a graduate of Bob Jones University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with a minor in Coaching. He has also coached basketball, baseball, and volleyball in addition to soccer.
He and his family reside Taylors, South Carolina.