Associate Head Coach Todd Shulenberger is in his fourth season with the Missouri Tiger soccer family. Shulenberger spent his first three years as an assistant coach before getting promoted to associate head coach in the offseason. He oversees all recruiting efforts as the team's recruiting coordinator and assists will all other facets of the program.
With Shulenberg's help in the recruiting scene, the Tigers have consistently pulled in top classes. The 2011 class was ranked ninth in the nation by BigSoccer.com.
Shulenberger spent two seasons at Clemson University before arriving at Mizzou. With the Tigers he served as the team's recruiting coordinator, maintained the budget and was the assistant director of Clemson's camp program. He also served as the goalkeepers coach.
He came to Clemson from Atlanta, Ga., where he served as the Director of Coaching for the TopHat Soccer Club from 1997-2007. While with TopHat, Shulenberger directed player development and staff and served as the club's College Placement Advisor. He organized and directed all camps and clinics as well as the club's indoor soccer operations.
Shulenberger was the head coach of U-16, U-17, U-18 and U-19 girls' teams for TopHat. His U-16 team was the Georgia State Champion in 2006 and his U-18 team won the state championship in 2007 and was the Region III Premier League runner-up in 2006. Also in 2006, his U-17 team claimed the Region III Premier League Championship. He was an assistant coach for TopHat's U16 team that was a national semifinalist, Region III Champion and Georgia State Champion in 2002.
In 2003 and 2004, Shulenberger was an assistant women's soccer coach at Georgia State University in Atlanta. While working with the Panthers' program, he prepared and conducted practices and assisted in games. He also performed many recruiting functions and organized the team's travel.
Shulenberger also coached the Atlanta Fire Soccer Club's U-15 girl's team in the Super Y League in 2003. That team won the South Atlantic Championship and was a national semifinalist.
He was also the Director of Youth and Adult Soccer for the Carl Sanders Family YMCA from 1996-98 in Atlanta. His responsibilities included maintaining the budget and fundraising as well as organizing summer camps, clinics, youth and adult programs and coaches and referee clinics.
Shulenberger graduated from Robert Morris University with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 1994. He was a member of the Colonial soccer team from 1990-94 and led the 1993 squad to an NCAA Division I Tournament appearance. Shulenberger played professionally for the Canton Invaders of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL) in Canton, OH from 1994-96.
Shulenberger and his wife, the former Christy Walls, were married in 2006. The couple has two daughters, Kyla (6) and Camryn (2) and a son, Owen (4).
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