|Title:||Women's Soccer Graduate Assistant Coach|
Viktoria Frost is entering her first year as a graduate
assistant coach for the Women’s Soccer program in the
2011-2012 season. She will be studying to attain a master’s
degree in Business Administration from CSU.
Frost arrives to Columbus State from the girl’s soccer club, the Concorde Fire, in Atlanta, GA. There she worked full-time for the non-profit organization from fall 2009 until July 2011. As well as being a coach, Frost also severed as the Administrative Assistant.
She received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and a minor in German from Berry College in 2009. Frost played soccer all four years there as the team complied a record of 48-26-7. In her junior season, Frost made the All-Conference team as a defender for the Lady Vikings as they went on to the NAIA National Tournament. She scored the only goal for the team in the tournament in a 2-1 double-overtime heartbreaker. For her career, Frost scored four goals and had 14 assists.
Frost graduated high school in 2005 from Starrs Mill High School in Fayetteville, GA. She helped the Lady Panthers win the GHSA State Championship in her freshman season and then return to the state playoffs every year after.
Frost received her USSF “C” Coaching License in the summer of 2010.