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Logan Langseth is in his first year as head coach for the Cincinnati Christian University Women's Soccer Program after his stint as the assistant for the women's program at NMUn in Marquette, MI.
Prior to NMU, Langseth was an assistant coach at Tiffin University for three years where helped guide the TU Dragons to a 22-12-5 overall record, including a GLIAC title in 2016. That same year, Tiffin advanced to the second round of the NCAA II Tournament.
In 2015, Langseth was an assistant coach with the DIII Ohio Athletic Conference Champions Ohio Northern University.
In 2014, he coaches at DIII Albright College in Reading, Pa.
In his non-collegiate coaching experience he has coached at the YMCA, Reading United A.C., Philadelphia Union, Ohio Extreme, Penn Legacy, and Pennsylvania State Champions Reading high School.
As Reading United A.C. Academy coach, he led the club's Super 20's to the nation's top regular season record in 2014. Langseth also worked summer camps for Reading United A.C. Langseth worked for the Philadelphia Union Soccer Schools as a Division Specialist, and was also a Summer Select head coach for the Union.
Langseth spent a season with the Ohio Extreme Soccer Club, serving as the club's Director of Goal Keepers, and coached several teams after he began his collegiate coaching career at Division III Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania.
In 2012 and 2013, he was the head girl's varsity coach at Reading High School in Reading, Pennsylvania where he helped the girl's varsity program gain its first wins in 25 years, earned two 2nd place high school tournament trophies, received in 2012 the highest honor from PIAA Referees with the PIAA Team Sportsmanship Award, and in 2013 was Coach of the Year for Berks County Division I Girl's High School Soccer. In 2014 Langseth volunteered with the Reading High School boy's varsity Team, which won the Berks County Division I League and earned their first berth in the PIAA District and State Tournament.
Langseth has also been a camp director for the YMCA soccer camps (ages 3-15), and coached girl's soccer at Penn Legacy, formerly Hempfield Soccer Club, his childhood club.
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. Before his collegiate career, Langseth played for PA Classics, formerly Leeds United FC, one of the nation's top premier soccer clubs.
As the new head coach at CCU, Langseth stated, "It is time for CCU to be the best place in the nation to play soccer. We will accomplish this by playing with grace and class for family, faith, and strength."
Kristen Johnson is in her first year as assistant coach for the Cincinnati Christin University Women’s Soccer Program after coaching the Knights of Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron, OH.
Johnson coached the past 2 seasons with the knights helping to guide the program to at 23-10-3 record for those 2 season (2017-2018).
Johnson played collegiate soccer at Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Mount Vernon, OH. There Johnson graduated in 2016, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Business with a concentration in Marketing. While at Mount Vernon, Johnson was a starting center back for her junior and senior years, as well as serving as a captain senior year and voted MVP in her senior year as well.
As the new assistant coach at CCU, Johnson stated, “I am excited to join and contribute to a program in which is going to become a place where everyone will want to play. This will not only be because of soccer, but also because of the outstanding reputation we will uphold in our class, hard work, and faith!”
Coach Logan says, about bringing on Kristen, "It was with no question we hired Kristen. Although a younger coach, her drive, knowledge, and personal experience as a player will help guide this program to new heights. She also has a visible drive to want to be a collegiate coach. I have every bit of faith in her as I do my team and together we will work towards being the best place to soccer in the US."