Christian Higher Education Since 1892

Recreation Major


Meet the Faculty

Doug Faulkner

Dr. Doug Faulkner

Dean, School of Professional Studies; Associate Professor of Sports Studies; Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Doug Faulkner is in his 11th year as director of athletics at Greenville College. He also serves as an assistant professor of health, physical education, and recreation as well as an assistant women's basketball coach. Now in his 22nd year at Greenville College, Faulkner previously coached men's and women's basketball as an assistant men's basketball coach, head women's basketball coach, and head men's basketball coach. He graduated from Greenville College in 1986 before earning master's degrees at Bethel College and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He completed a doctorate at Saint Louis University in 2005.

Roy Mulholland

Roy Mulholland

Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department Chair, Assistant Professor of Physical Education; Head Women’s Basketball Coach

I joined Greenville College in the fall of 1999 as head women's basketball coach. During my tenure at Greenville College, I picked up his 300th career win and led the program to its first NCCAA national tournaments. Before joining Greenville College, I coached girl's basketball at Greenville High School for 13 years. I earned a bachelor's degree from Greenville College in 1986 and a master's degree from the United States Sports Academy.

George Barber

Dr. George Barber

Professor of Health & Physical Education, Head Men's Basketball Coach

George Barber joined Greenville College in the fall of 1999 as head men's basketball coach. Before coming to Greenville College, he served as an assistant coach at Bradley University and an administrative assistant at the University of Kentucky where he was a member of Rick Pitino's staff for the 1996 national championship team.

Lynn Carlson

Lynn Carlson

Head Baseball Coach; Instructor of Physical Education and Recreation

I began as head baseball coach at Greenville College in 1997. While a student at Greenville College, I competed in men's basketball and baseball before signing a professional baseball contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1990 and pitching in the Pirates' and San Diego Padres' organizations. I returned to Greenville College and graduated in 1993.

Pam Craig

Pam Craig

Head Women's Tennis Coach

Pam Craig returned to Greenville College in 1994 as head women's tennis coach. She also coached women's tennis at Greenville College during the 1977-78, 1979-80, and 1983-84 seasons. In addition to her coaching responsibilities, she teaches activity classes in the health, physical education, and recreation department. While serving as head women's tennis coach, Craig spent two years as head volleyball coach in 1997 and 1998.

In 1997, 2001, and 2006, Craig was named SLIAC Women's Tennis Coach of the Year. She graduated from Greenville College in 1977.


Kevin Jackson

Adjunct Professor

Career Opportunities

  • Personal Trainer
  • Coach
  • Gym Owner
  • Camp Director
  • Fitness Director