Bill George

Hailing from New Jersey, Bill coaches the Pipeline SC men's team.

Bill was a 4 year starter and 3 time All-Prep selection at the Peddie School in Hightstown, NJ. In 1993, Bill was named the Trenton Times prep school player of the year. Bill went on to play college ball at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia (1994-1997). At Emory, Bill was Captain and an All-Conference midfielder where he helped to lead Emory to two UAA Conference championships and twice received bids to participate in the NCAA tournament ('96 and '97). In three of Bill's four seasons, Emory would finish the year ranked in the NCAA Div III National top 20 and were ranked as high as #4 in the country in 1996 and #8 in 1997. Bill went on to serve as Assistant Men's coach at Emory University and later served as Assistant Men's Coach and Interim Head Coach for the Ferrum College Men's soccer team located near Roanoke, Virginia.

Bill holds a USSF "C" license and a NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma. Bill is a Delegate at Large with the Maryland State Soccer Association and past President of the Maryland Major Soccer League.

Bill earned his law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law and is a licensed attorney in the State of Maryland and in the District of Columbia.

From 2007 - 2010, Bill represented professional soccer players including Sean Rush, Stephen Basso (Crystal Palace, Real Maryland), David Kern (Baltimore Blast, Real Maryland, Harrisburg Islanders), Dwight Pezzarossi (Guatemalan National team & CSD Communicaciones); Luis Swisher (Guatemalan National team & CD Jelapo); and Reda Doulyzal (Moroccan U23 & Wydad Casablanca). Bill helped secure trials and negotiated standard player contracts with teams including FC Dallas, Seattle Sounders, Puerto Rico Islanders, Atlanta Silverbacks, Real Maryland, Charleston Battery, and Crystal Palace Baltimore.