In its 4th year on the field, the John Wesley University Men’s Soccer Team is poised for more success. The international roster brings together men from the US, Brazil, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago. Fourth year coach, Craig Golding continues to build the players on and off the field.

The team hosts its home games at A.J. Simeon Stadium in High Point, NC.

Meet Coach Golding

Coach Craig Golding 701.509.1395 cgolding@johnwesley.edu

womans-soccer-18-of-18Coach Craig Golding brings a wealth of coaching and playing experience at all levels.

His experience includes coaching at every age level as an Academy Director for boys and girls ages 4-10, Player Development Director for competitive boys and girls ages 10-17, Minot Soccer Association Director of Coaching, ND Coerver Director (Worlds #1 Training Method), a staff coach for multiple age groups, and assistant coach at Minot State University (MSU). As assistant coach at MSU , he helped build the program that took the team to conference championship in their third year. During the MSU inaugural campaign, he helped guide the Beavers to a 9-7-3 overall record and a berth in the NAIA postseason during the inaugural campaign. In 2012, the Beavers went 15-4-3, captured the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Tournament Championship, and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament in just the program’s first full season as a Division II member.

During his tenure, Minot State clinched a conference championship and two national tournament appearances. He helped mentor an All-American in Marianna Danna and a pair of All-Central Region selections in Zoe Fisher and Marie Torres.

Golding played soccer overseas for Colchester United (England), KAHS, and FKP (Germany).

He holds multiple coaching licenses including English FA Level 1 and Level 2 and USSF B License, and USSF National Youth License.