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Connor Terry

Connor Terry joins MSC this Fall (2020) after many years of coaching youth soccer at SAF and CGSA since 2011. In addition, Coach Connor is the Assistant Coach for the Mercer Bears women’s soccer program, position that he holds since 2016. Coach Connor is responsible for creating and applying training programs to help develop the technique of the Bears goalkeepers, and also plays an important role in organizing and managing five youth soccer camps each summer.

From 2013-18, he served as a Georgia ODP/DTC Evaluator and Goalkeeper Trainer. His primary responsibility was to observe and evaluate elite soccer players across the state of Georgia and throughout the Southeast, while developing goalkeepers in Georgia.

Coaching Awards/Licenses
  • USSF Level C certification
  • Advanced National NSCAA certification.

Collegiate Playing Experience/Accolades
  • 2010-12 - Shorter University

  • Georgia Military College, 2015 (Associates Degree in Secondary Education)

Collegiate Coaching Experience
  • 2016-Present – Mercer University
    • Women's Volunteer Assistant Coach

Coaching Accolades at Mercer
  • 2019
    • Terry mentored goalkeeper Jordyn Ebert who went 14-4-0 with a SoCon best 102 saves
    • As a team, Mercer set a program-record for wins with 16
    • The Bears were only one of 16 teams with 16 or more victories
    • Ebert’s 102 stops on the year ranked inside the top-30 (26th overall) nationally
    • Terry helped Ebert finsh the year 39th nationally in save percentage (.836)
  • 2018
    • Mercer went 9-7-4 overall
    • The Bears ranked second in the league with just 20 goals allowed per game. The Bears’ average of 1.00 goals against per contest was second to only the Furman Paladins.
  • 2017
    • The 2017 edition of the Mercer Bears finished 10-10-1 overall
    • Jordyn Ebert ranked third in the SoCon and 63rd nationally with 92 saves. Ebert played in all 21 matches.
  • 2016
    • First season on staff
    • The Bears went 10-9-1. Six of Mercer's 10 wins came in SoCon play. 
    • Goalkeepers Cristina Mursuli and Leah Cochran combined to make 91 saves for .784 save percentage. Mursuli earned eight wins while Cochran was credited with two.