Varsity Girls Soccer

Brian Brewer, head coach

Our purpose is to develop strong women who love God and love others.
2020 Theme: Heart
2020 Verse: "Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it." Proverbs 4:23

Core Values

Humility
Integrity
Responsibility
Hard Work

Girls Soccer Standards

1. Glorify God in all we do with excellence
2. Be kind to one another
3. Keep short accounts
4. Celebrate every goal together
5. Nobody is too big to do the small stuff
 

On March 14th, 2014, the field was named the Spracklin/Williamson Memorial Field to honor two beloved coaches who have passed away.  John Spracklin coached the varsity girls from 1996-2001 earning a State Championship for the school in 1999.  Jonny Williamson coached the varsity girls from 2005-2010 earning a State Championship for the school in 2007.  Both of these men left a lasting impact on our school and our soccer program. 

Girls Varsity Soccer Schedule

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Field Dedication

Spracklin / Williamson Memorial Field Dedication
LINK TO VIDEO AND PCA STORY 
 
Link to photos
 
Link to Gwinnett Daily Article
 
DEDICATION          MARCH 14   5:15
ALUMNI GAME     MARCH 15 11:30

John Spracklin was the first Providence coach to win a State Championship in 1999. He has the second highest winning percentage of any PCA Coach in the school’s 22 year history at 68.3% (71-33-2). He passed away six years ago. John had a passion for effectively teaching the truth of God's Word to his students and seeing it applied to their lives. It was this passion that lead him away from teaching in the classroom and back to the mission field with Campus Crusade for Christ Ministries.

Jonny Williamson was the second Providence soccer coach to win a State Championship in 2007. He has the highest winning percentage of any PCA Coach in the school’s 22 year history at 73.4% (80-29-5). Jonny enjoyed pouring into the lives of his students in the classroom as much as he did on the field. Through his Government and Economics classes, he challenged his students to live their lives for Christ. He passed away four years ago from cancer.