Adam Godwin Joins Florida Gators Women’s Soccer As an Assistant Coach
Adam Godwin is enjoying an idyllic life as the Lancaster Barnstormers center fielder – engaged, degree in hand, and having one of his finest seasons yet professionally.
Adam Godwin has over 10 years of collegiate coaching experience. He established and owns Adam Godwin Soccer Academy and led Randolph College to four or more conference victories each of his four seasons as head coach.
Early Life and Education
Godwin served as founder and head coach of Liberty University’s men’s soccer program from 2005-06. Under his tutelage, the school produced Big South Conference selections as well as one professional player.
Godwin moderated his earlier utopian and rationalist statements in Political Justice II to form a consistent doctrine based on private judgment as the sole guide to action, and utility as the only precept of moral duty. Yet his scepticism did not undermine his belief in mankind’s progressivity.
Political Justice made him a central figure in radical literary and political circles, becoming close with John Thelwall, Timothy Brand Hollis and Thomas Brand Hollis – as well as becoming associated with various radical politicians such as Kippis.
Adam Godwin, former Head Coach of Randolph College Men’s Soccer Program has joined Florida Gators women’s assistant Samantha Bohon’s staff as an Assistant this week. Godwin brings extensive collegiate athletic career experiences into his new position.
Godwin played four years for Liberty University and led them to reach the 2001 Big South Conference Championship Match, earning Big South first team all-conference and VaSID all-state honors as well. Additionally, he was invited to train with Great Britain’s U23 national team as well as playing professionally for Cheltenham Town Football Club of English League One.
Godwin holds a Bachelor’s of Sport Management. He and his wife Morgaine reside in Lynchburg with their four children. Additionally, Godwin enjoys golf and outdoor activities.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Godwin brings over two decades of collegiate coaching experience. Under his guidance, Randolph College men’s team achieved 14 victories last season – the third-highest total in school history! Additionally, Adam led them to beat then No.1 Washington and Lee College and win Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament semifinal game while two WildCat players earned ODAC player-of-year awards.
Godwin earned All-Big South first team and VaSID second team all-state honors as a senior. Additionally, he took part in trials with Great Britain’s U23 national team as well as playing professionally for Cheltenham Town FC in England’s Football League One league.
Godwin began coaching Lynchburg women’s soccer shortly after earning her degree in sports management, becoming an assistant coach in 2016. Lynchburg made it all the way to NCAA tournament second round while being ranked within top 25 most of season.
Adam Godwin was one-of-a-kind and always made people laugh. He was extremely generous with his time and efforts in helping anyone in need; his heart was truly huge, caring for family, friends and coworkers alike deeply. Adam will be deeply missed by everyone he touched.
Godwin, an expert in comparative clinical psychology, is an avid reader and lover of poetry from Christian, Taoist and Buddhist traditions alike. Additionally he enjoys exploring metaphysics, ontology and phenomenology.
Godwin earned All-Big South Conference first team selection and was invited to train with the U23 Great Britain squad. Additionally, he has over 10 seasons of collegiate coaching experience. Additionally, he founded and owns Adam Godwin Soccer Academy which now includes over 300 boys and girls playing. Many alumni continue their college careers through this academy.
Adam Godwin Soccer Academy develops talented young players. Additionally, he serves as Director of Alumni Relations for Liberty University football teams by overseeing daily program operations while working closely with fundraising and academic staffs.
Godwin will start training camp off without being placed on the PUP list, though that doesn’t guarantee his availability for Week 1. This injury remains very severe and will require time for recovery.
He could receive fewer targets than usual, yet still should be an excellent WR3. His ceiling makes him an appealing pick if he plays. Otherwise, other options are available, including Mecole Hardman, Marques Valdes-Scantling, Skyy Moore and Jauan Jennings.