Michael Fulton Named LCA Girls Soccer Coach

Fulton replaces Casey Greer, who stepped down over the winter due to a family move.


LEXINGTON, Ky. (LCA Athletics) – Lexington Christian Academy (LCA) Athletics announced today the appointment of Michael Fulton as its new head girls soccer coach.
“We are excited to bring on someone with a tremendous faith walk and vast experience in the sport of soccer to our program,” stated Terry Johnson, LCA Director of Athletics. “His background in collegiate and club coaching will be a great blessing to the girls in our program.”

Most recently, Fulton spent the past two years as the Director of Coaching and Player Development for FC Kentucky. Prior to that, Fulton spent 15 years as a collegiate head coach (Midway University 2001-2003, Transylvania 2004-2015). At Transy, he compiled a 148-83-18 record, winning 3 regular season conference championships and 4 conference tournament championships, while earning five berths to the NCAA Division III National Tournament.

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He holds a Class A coaching license through the USSF, has coached several club teams (LFC and FC Kentucky) and served various roles within the Olympic Development Program (ODP), as well.

“I am excited to come to Lexington Christian Academy,” stated Coach Fulton. “I feel it will be a tremendous fit for me, my family and the program. I am thrilled to come to an institution whose mission and values so closely align with my own.”

Fulton replaces Casey Greer, who stepped down over the winter due to a family move, after 6 seasons with the program.