Caroline Brown made a name for herself in Knoxville as an All-SEC soccer player for the Tennessee Lady Vols. However, little do people know that she went on to play at a higher level: in the French women’s professional league, finishing as the second leading scorer for ASPTT Albi. That capped an amazing soccer career for Brown, who was named the third best underclassmen in the SEC in 2012 and as one of the Top 25 underclassmen nationally. In 2011, she was Tennessee’s leading scorer and earned SEC Player-of-the-Week in late August of that year.
When it was all said and done, Coach Brown left the Lady Vols as a two-time All-SEC player, an Academic All-American, and tied for the team’s all-time game winning goal scorer. She was tabbed an All-South player her senior year.
As a coach, she brings incredible knowledge of the game to pass on to the many FC Alliance players aspiring to play college soccer. Coach Brown raises the level and excitement of every practice, as she has shown a great ability to communicate to teach players of all abilities.