Midfielder Charlotte Teeter is an absolute force in every aspect of her life. As a Red Raider, she is a hard-working, relentless athlete who is just as able to assist as she is to score. Since her freshman year, she has started in every game and consistently makes great plays. While her personal favorite moment from her career is the 2019 Lady Raider defeat of UT, where Charlotte scored a goal at the 89th minute to tie the game and then assisted in the winning goal in overtime, she’s had many similar moments in her entire career at Tech (including being nominated for Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week twice).
Charlotte’s teammates know her to be consistently invested in their athletic careers and their personal lives. She leads her team’s Bible study, is the soccer representative for SAAC, and is active in FCA as both an attendee and a speaker. Charlotte is originally from Atlanta, Georgia, and still strongly supports the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta United. But she has made Lubbock her home: besides her investment in soccer players at Tech, she also mentors and trains young girls in Lubbock. You’ve probably seen her at Hebrews or Monomyth coffee, enjoying a quality latte and meeting with a friend or mentee. When she’s not mentoring, playing, or drinking coffee, you can try to beat her in a lip sync battle. But compete at your own risk: Charlotte knows every word to “All Too Well”…the 10-minute version. Bring it on.
As a Dark Horse Ambassador, Charlotte wants to use her NIL to partner with brands and organizations that align with her morals and preferences for good coffee and smoothies: groups that want to give back to the Lubbock community but that are also committed to creating wellness or offering excellent service.