Baker student enjoys working with girls soccer


Hannah Greer’s first soccer season coaching at BHS is slowing coming to an end. Greer is the main coach of the JV team and assistant coach of the varsity team. She is currently in her junior year of college at Baker University to become an English teacher. She is an Alpha Chi Omega and plays flute in the Baker band. Greer started playing soccer when she was 5 and has played on KC Fusion, KC Comets, plus all four years of soccer at her HS, Olathe North. She played outside midfield and outside defender.

Is it hard balancing soccer and college?

  • “Yeah, it is hard. Luckily, I’m only in 12 credit hours this semester (which means 4 classes). But I have a lot of late nights trying to finish up my homework after getting back from a soccer game and I have had to miss both a lot of my sorority events and hours at my work-study job to be a coach. My social life has definitely taken a hit because of how busy I am. I definitely worth it but I have to balance my time really well and make every moment count.”

What was your favorite position when you played soccer?

  • “Outside defense.”

What is your favorite position to teach?

  • “Midfield.”

What’s your favorite part about coaching?

  • “My favorite part about coaching is seeing that hard work you girls put in at practice translate into the soccer games. It’s great to see how we’ve gotten better individually and as a team.”

Beach or Mountains?

  • “Beach.”

What is your favorite Netflix show?

  • “The Office and New Girl.”

What is your favorite season?

  • “Summer.”