The chance to keep playing their favorite sport while earning a degree is the ultimate goal of many young people.
The student athlete life is exciting and fun! There are plenty of opportunities to make friends, travel, enjoy healthy competition, and even make a name for themselves.
Congratulations to our women’s soccer coach, Asithorn “Noom” Romyanond, on his recent outstanding achievement of the U.S. Soccer Federation B License! This is no small accomplishment – for perspective, there is approximately one B-licensed coach for every 3000 US Soccer players. This significant milestone is a result of Coach Noom’s dedication and hard work, a trait he carries with him in his personal life as well as on the athletic field.
This success brings with it well-deserved recognition and it is an honor to have Coach Noom as the women’s soccer coach at Trinity Baptist College. His extensive training heightens his natural talent and love for the game and serves to further demonstrate his brilliant capability as a coach. The TBC women’s soccer team benefits directly from his expertise as they receive high-level training under his coaching.
Coach Noom graduated from Ohio University Master of Sciences in Recreation and Sport Sciences with a Concentration in Soccer Coaching. He now holds a United States Soccer Federation “B” license and NSCAA Goal Keeper Level 2 Diploma.
Noom grew up playing street soccer and for his school teams in Bangkok, Thailand. Those experiences continue to inspire him to love the beautiful game for life. In 2001, he came to the USA and settled in Jacksonville. He and his wife Lindsey have five children. For more about Coach Noom, visit http://www.tbc.edu/womenssoccer
About U.S. Soccer Federation: The United States Soccer Federation, commonly referred to as U.S. Soccer, is a 501 nonprofit organization and the official governing body of the sport of soccer in the United States. Learn more about soccer licenses here: http://cd03.ussoccer.com/