fmu women's soccer
Head Coach Logan Langseth
Coach Logan Langseth joins Florida Memorial University from Cincinnati Christian University where he enjoyed his first year of success as a head coach. After doubling the size of the roster he was able to lead the team to many new heights, including playoffs. Unfortunately the university closed at the end of the 2019 fall semester and the team was not allowed to participate in post season play.
Prior to his tenure at CCU, Coach Logan coached at Northern Michigan University (MI), Tiffin University (OH), Ohio Northern University (OH), and Albright College (Pa).
While at Tiffin University Coach Logan assisted Coach Rudy Brownell to a GLIAC title in 2016. At Ohio Northern University he was instrumental in the team winning the Ohio Athletic Conference.
In addition to college, Coach Logan has coached at the YMCA as a Director of Soccer, Ohio Extreme Soccer Club as a Director of Coaching, Penn Legacy Soccer Club, and Pacesetter Soccer Club.
Most recently he coached at Cincy SC and PIVO Futsal in Cincinnati, Ohio with Coach Russell Lewis.
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 win 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 Coach Logan 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.
A four-year captain at Pennsylvania State University Berks Campus, Coach Logan 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. Coach Logan also holds an MBA from Tiffin University.
“I am committed to creating an environment that encourages high expectations for education, success, progress, and the creation of leaders that will assist Florida Memorial University in spreading its mission 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 among their fellow Lions and community.
I’m very excited to be joining Florida Memorial University and look forward to working with a great community of coaches, educators and students.