Why consider playing for Genesis or a homeschool team?
Moms & Players Thoughts
Crystal Neil - Mom
Caleb Felber - Senior
Suzie Cameron - Mom
Jocelyn Radke - Sophomore
Heather McCormick - Mom
Coaches & Players Thoughts
Craig Westrick - Girls Head Coach
Chasity Allman - Senior
Kip Nelson - Senior
Olivia Hogan - Senior
Caleb Felber - Junior
Thoughts from Genesis alumni playing in college
Shae Miller '16
Soccer, Asbury University
"The best part about playing for Genesis was the community of people that I was surrounded by. Being part of a team is a lot like being part of a family and I can say that I was blessed to be a part of the Genesis family."
Eric Dyer '16
Soccer, Anderson University
"Playing soccer in high school were some of my best memories. Getting to share those memories with friends on the team in a positive environment has been unparalled."
Kristen Mitchell '15
Volleyball, Bethel College
"Throughout my years of playing, I have never played for a program with the kind of culture that Genesis had. On the court, we encouraged and pushed each other in our sport. Off the court, we encouraged and pushed each other in our walks with Christ."
Caleb Felber '18
Soccer, Bob Jones University
"Genesis is a unique organization where you can receive high-quality soccer coaching while being pushed spiritually and athletically."
Genesis featured on Channel 13-WTHR Eyewitness News
Coaching Excellence Across the Organization
Followers of Jesus Christ
Many experienced coaches
Former College Athletes
Club/Travel Level Experience
Nationally Licensed Soccer Coach
USSF National License D - Boys Varsity Head Coach
All-American Athlete in College
Track & Field Head Coach
Proven Success Over the Years
3 Gold Ball National Championships
24 State Championships
2 National Championship Runner-up
Spiritual Focus as a Priority
The Center Grove and Greenwood southside Indy magazine published an article about homeschool sports through the eyes of Genesis. The article provides insight into the organizations spiritual foundation, competitiveness, and focus on faith and family.