Head Coach, Women's Soccer
Now entering her fourth season as head coach of the Lady Bears women's soccer program is Samantha Farlow. Farlow has guided the Lady Bears to back-to-back postseason appearances in her three seasons on the sidelines, with Harcum reaching the NJCAA Division I Region XIX semifinals in both 2013 and 2014.
Prior to being named head coach of the Lady Bears, Farlow served as assistant coach at Harcum for one season. She also coached a U19 team, Southampton Crush, from 2011 to 2016. Farlow was a standout soccer player at Bensalem High School and then went on to play at Temple University from 2008-2011. She was the team captain during the 2011 season. Farlow completed her Bachelor of Science (Health and Physical Education) degree from Temple in 2013. Farlow was inducted into the Bensalem High School athletic hall of fame in 2014.
Assistant Coach, Women's Soccer
Played at Downingtown East High School, graduating class of 2009. Played defense and midfield for Temple University from 2009-2012. Completed her bachelor’s degree in Public Health and plans on going back to school to complete a masters of occupational therapy program.
Assistant Coach/GK Training
Harcum Alumnae Sheneaka Wright has an Associate degree in Sports Management and a bachelor’s of Science in International Business. She has played 7 years of competitive high school soccer where she obtained 9 Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) and 8 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam level courses. She also played for the Los Perfectos Football Club in Mandeville Jamaica, where she was offered a scholarship to play for Harcum College. In addition, she spent her final two years of competitive soccer at Bloomfield College in New Jersey. Following her graduation from Bloomfield, she came back to Harcum College where she volunteered with the women’s soccer team and also with residence life. Shortly after, she was offered the position as Assistant Soccer Coach to Head Coach Sam Farlow.