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Todd Shulenberger was named Texas Tech's Associate Head Coach following the 2012 season. Shulenberger spent the previous four seasons at the University of Missouri in the same role and brings with him a strong Division I coaching background along with a renowned recruiting ability.
During his impressive tenure in Columbia, Mo., the Tigers captured the program's first-ever Big 12 regular season championship in 2009 while Shulenberger assembled several of the top recruiting classes in school history - including the 2010 class which ranked in the top-10 nationally. His renowned recruiting efforts brought elite players from across the U.S. and Canada to the Midwest, including three U.S. National Team players and a Canadian National Team player.
Prior to his four-year stint at Missouri, Shulenberger spent two seasons at Clemson where he also served as the recruiting coordinator while maintaining the program's budget and serving as an assistant director for the Clemson camp program.
During his short time with the Tiger program he helped guide Clemson to an NCAA Tournament appearance during the 2007 season.
Shulenberger also has a wealth of coaching experience at the club level having served as the Director of Coaching for the elite TopHat Soccer Club in Atlanta, Ga., where he helped guide teams to a handful of state and regional championships.
From 2003-04, 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 while also assisting with many recruiting functions and organizing the team's travel.
Shulenberger graduated from Robert Morris University with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 1994 where 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 Christy were married in 2006. The couple has two daughters, Kyla and Camryn and a son, Owen .
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