A native of Glasgow, Scotland, Bobby McColl is in his second year as the Head Women's Soccer Coach at Roberts Wesleyan College. In his two years in charge at Roberts, he has guided the NCAA Division II program to a 22-15-3 record, including a berth at last years National Tournament.
Before coming to Roberts Wesleyan, the 29-year old served as the head men’s soccer coach while also being the top assistant women’s soccer coach at Greenville (Ill.) College. In his one season at Greenville, McColl guided the Panthers to a 10-6-3 overall record while posting a conference record of 5-0-3.
McColl also holds his NSCAA Advanced National and National Coaching Diploma and plans to complete his Premier or A License in the near future.
Prior to Greenville, McColl was an assistant coach for both the Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams at Roberts Wesleyan while earning a Master of Science degree in Strategic Leadership. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sports and Wellness Management at Trinity International (Ill.) University in 2009.
On the field, McColl played for the Scotland U-19 national team in addition to competing for Motherwell F.C. in the Scottish Premier League. Upon coming to the United States, he played three years at Union (Tenn.) University before closing out his collegiate career at Trinity International.
McColl also served as an assistant coach for the Rochester Ravens of the W-League for one season in addition to working on the Western New York ODP program. Prior to moving to Rochester, Bobby coached at the club and High School level in Charlotte and Chicago.
Bobby is married to his wife Becca McColl and lives in Rochester with their dog Cupar.
"I am delighted to be given this opportunity to work with Cobras F.C and would like to thank Mike Cahill and the board members for all of their support. I am excited to work for a club where the coaches have a vested interest in the kids and genuinely care about the development of the players. I look forward to providing support for the coaches and getting to work with all the players within the program."
Head Women's Soccer Coach
Roberts Wesleyan College