Thursday 23 May 2019


Logan Bill Named New Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

(GoldsboroDailyNews.com)–Head Coach Sharif Saber announced the hiring of Jessica “Logan” Bill as the new Assistant Coach to the University of Mount Olive Women’s Soccer program.

Jessica “Logan” Bill

“We are very excited and fortunate to have Jessica join our staff this year at UMO. Her passion for the sport, relentless work ethic, and drive to constantly perfect her craft will be instrumental in helping us move the women’s soccer program forward. The future for our program is exceptionally bright and Jessica will play a massive role in that,” said Saber.

Bill comes to Mount Olive from Rosewood High School in Goldsboro, N.C., where she was the head coach of the Eagles girls soccer team. Prior to her coaching tenure at RHS, Bill was a four-year member of the North Carolina Wesleyan College women’s soccer team.

During her career as a Battling Bishop, Bill scored 17 goals with eight assists, eight game-winning goals, and 42 points as a forward. She also received the scholarship athlete award four years in a row at NC Wesleyan. Bill was an SGA representative for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Vice President of the Sports Administration Club, and a leader on the leadership council for the soccer team.

Bill graduated with a Bachelors in Organizational Administration with a concentration in Sports in 2017.

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