East Texas Baptist University

East Texas Baptist Tiger Athletics
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Division 3 Texas South
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Kristin Cox

Kristin Cox enters her first season as the head coach of the women's soccer team after three seasons as the assistant. She played four years at Lubbock Christian University where she was All-Conference Second-Team in 2014. Cox, formerly Fellows, married ETBU head men's soccer coach Chad Cox on December 28, 2018.

About Coach Fellows

Graduated from Lubbock Christian University in 2015 with a B.B.A. in Accounting and Finance

Earned a Master’s Degree in Leadership from Lubbock Christian University in 2016

Earned a Master's Degree in Business Administration from East Texas Baptist University in 2018

Played for Athletes in Action in summer 2015 in Canada

Played for Athletes in Action in summer 2016 in France and was coached by former ETBU head coach Erik Solberg

Volunteered as a summer coach for LCU soccer camps

Served globally in missions in Costa Rica and Guatemala and studied abroad in England, Spain, and Ghana

Head coach for the North Texas Olympic Development Program 07 girls

USSF Certified C License

USC Certified Goalkeeping I and II License

Playing Career

Four-year letterman at Lubbock Christian University

Played soccer and volleyball at Lubbock Christian University

CoSIDA Academic All-District Selection

Second-Team All-Conference in 2014

Played in 50 career matches

In 2013 had two goals and four assists for eight points


CoSIDA Academic All-District Award

All-Heartland Conference Second-Team

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Maddie Little

LIttle enters her first year at East Texas Baptist University after coaching for Trevecca Nazarene University in the spring 2019.

Head coach Kristin Cox says, “I’m really excited to add Maddie to our coaching staff. She comes with a wealth of experience as a player and an already great start to her collegiate coaching career having volunteered under an awesome Christ-centered leader, Coach Fenix. Without a doubt Maddie will be a positive influence on the team, a great contributor to our team’s spiritual growth, and a positive asset all around. Maddie has a passion for Christ-Centered athletics and I’m excited to see her continue to grow and develop as a coach.”

A native of Charlotte, NC, Little brings NCAA Division I, II, and professional playing experience to ETBU. She started her collegiate playing career at NCAA Division I University of South Carolina-Upstate from 2014-16. She then transferred to TNU for her senior season in 2017. In her four seasons as an athlete, she appeared in 66 games while starting 58. She led USCU in games started, minutes played, and shots on goal during the 2016 season. She was a four-year letter winner at Independence High School, and graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science.

Outside of the NCAA, she was a player on the Charlotte Lady Eagles, a branch of Missionary Athletes International, which serves as an elite college soccer training academy during the summers of 2016 and 2017. There, they served globally in missions in Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, and Colombia, which also included matches against the Thailand Women’s National Team and Trinidad and Tobago’s U20 and Senior National Teams.

Little also coached with select teams including the 2007, 2009, and 2011/12 girls academy teams at Tennessee Soccer Club in Nashville, Tenn., and the Carolina Elite Soccer Club in 2018-19.

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