Soderling most recently coached at NCAA Division 2 Alderson Broaddus University as the recruiting coordinator for the men's team and a scout for the women's team. The Battlers had numerous GMAC championships and runner-up finishes during Soderling's time there, including being ranked 16th in the nation in 2015.
"Shaun differentiates himself from other coaches [with] his great enthusiasm. I don't know who said it, but the saying goes something like this "you can't accomplish great things without great enthusiasm." Shaun loves the game of soccer, he loves to be around players, he loves to coach and teach the game and he loves to play the game. He never tires of it," said Alderson Broaddus Head Coach Scott Phipps.
Prior to Alderson Broaddus, Soderling was the Director of Operations for the men's soccer team at the University of Evansville. During his time at the NCAA Division 1 university, he operated the teams networking efforts, coordinated community service opportunities for the elementary schools in the area, and assisted in the daily operation of team activities.
Before coaching at the collegiate level, Soderling coached at three high schools: Vincennes Lincoln High School, Henderson County High School, and North Knox High School.
He served as the boys' varsity head coach at Vincennes Lincoln High School, where his team set numerous IHSAA records for goals scored – as a team and individually – and won several sectional and conference championships between 2010-2012.
As the assistant girls' varsity coach and head girls' JV coach at Henderson County High school in 2007, Soderling was tasked with developing the junior varsity players and designing training sessions for the varsity team, among other duties. The Lady Colonels win the district championship that season.
At North Knox High school, Soderling served as the varsity girls head coach, coaching the team to its first multiple win season and program's first sectional victory.
In addition to his collegiate and high school experience, Soderling has 17 years of club coaching experience that spans back to 2003. He has most recently coached the Indiana Fire Juniors South.
Soderling graduated from Vincennes University in 2004 with an AAS in broadcasting and from Liberty University in 2020 with a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies. He also has a high school coach certificate and an advanced national diploma from United Soccer Coaches, along with an E and D license from the United States Soccer Federation.