ORANGEBURG, SC (December 6, 2022) —South Carolina State Acting Director of Athletics Keshia Campbell has named interim women’s soccer coach Liz-Amanda Brown as its next head women’s soccer coach.
After an 0-12 start, Brown took over the program and led the Lady Bulldogs to an 2-18 finish during the 2022 campaign.
“I am extremely pleased to elevate Coach Brown as our head women’s soccer coach,” said Campbell. “She has proven her commitment to our women’s soccer program, SCSU and our community. I look forward to watching our student-athletes blossom under her leadership. The University remains committed to supporting the growth and future successes of SCSU women’s soccer.”
Liz-Amanda Brown brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as a former professional goalkeeper. Prior, to serving as an assistant for the women’s soccer program and joining the SC State coaching staff, she played at the highest level in several countries and in her last season won a championship in Portugal with team Lank Vilaverdense.
While playing professionally, Liz-Amanda Brown helped coach some of the youth and academy programs and she’s excited about the opportunity to share her experience and knowledge of soccer at South Carolina State University as the new head coach.
“I’m sincerely grateful for this opportunity and receiving the confidence and support of Acting Director of Athletics, Keshia Campbell, and the Administration,” said Brown.” To be selected as the Head Coach for the Women’s Soccer program is an honor and I am so excited in continuing to work with our student-athletes and helping them achieve excellence on and off the field.”
Brown noted, “I’ll be striving to produce a foundation beginning with core values of tenacity, perseverance, discipline, unity, respect, while developing a genuine care for one another, the community, and the game of soccer. I am looking forward to sharing the vision of growth, change and success with past, current, and future Bulldogs.”
Brown, a native of Coral Springs, Fla, a former standout player at Charleston Southern, left after her junior year to pursue a professional career in soccer. After her retirement, she completed her degree at Florida Atlantic University in Marketing.
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