Bobby McColl, originally of Glascow, Scotland, began his Greenville College coaching career in 2012 as head men's soccer coach and assistant women's soccer coach. He holds a bachelor of arts in sports and wellness management from Trinity International University and a master of science in strategic leadership from Roberts Wesleyan College. He also holds the NSCAA national coaching diploma and NSCAA advanced national coaching diploma.
Most recently, McColl was an assistant men's and women's soccer coach at Roberts Wesleyan College. During his time at Roberts Wesleyan, he helped both teams qualify for the NCCAA national tournament in 2009 and 2010 as well as the NAIA national tournament in 2011.
In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, McColl has coached at the high school, club, and professional levels. He spent two years as a coach in the United States Soccer W-League (USL) and two years in the New York State West Olympic Development program.
As a player, McColl played for the Scotland U-19 national team and in the Scottish Premier League for Motherwell FC. When he came to the United States for college, Bobby spent three years at Union University in Jackson, Tenn. He finished his college playing career at Trinity International in Chicago.
Coach McColl also spent three summers with Missionary Athletes International where he led and organized soccer camps, travelled to Brazil on mission trips, and played on the men's soccer team.
McColl currently resides in Greenville with his wife, Rebecca.