Cincinnati Christian University Athletic Director John Taylor is proud to announce that Logan Langseth has been named the new Head Women's Soccer Coach.
Langseth comes to CCU from Northern Michigan University where he was an assistant women's soccer coach. Langseth joined the NMU Women's Soccer staff for the 2018 season after spending the previous two years as an assistant for the men's program at Tiffin University.
Prior to his time at Tiffin, Langseth was an assistant coach at Ohio Northern University. In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, he has also attained admirable success at the club and high school levels.
A four-year captain at Pennsylvania State University Berks Campus, Langseth graduated in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in Global Studies, Political Science and Contemporary History Option. He ranks in the top five all-time in career points for men's soccer, while also serving as SAAC president and a student government representative. After his collegiate career, Langseth played for PA Classics, formerly Leeds United FC, one of the nation's top premier soccer clubs.
"I am committed to creating a faith-based environment that encourages high expectations for education, success, progress, and the creation of leaders that will assist Cincinnati Christian University in spreading its mission of faith throughout the university and community.
It is my belief that intercollegiate soccer provides what is necessary for young women to elevate their mind, enhance their education, and to become leaders of faith among their fellow Eagles and community.
I'm very excited to be joining Cincinnati Christian University and look forward to working with a great community of educators and students." – Coach Logan Langseth