Staff
Head Coach
Todd Shulenberger

Todd Shulenberger enters his third season as the Cougars head coach. He was named the top position on April 10, 2015.

Continuing to slowly change the program into his own image, Shulenberger oversaw a pair of Pac-12 All-Conference players in his second season as senior Kaitlyn Johnson took home second team honors while freshman Morgan Weaver earned all-freshman honors. Additionally, Weaver was named a TopDrawerSoccer.com Top-100 Freshman after leading the Cougars with eight goals.

In the classroom, 10 Cougars were named to the Pac-12 All-Academic team with senior Susie White leading the way on the first team. As a team, the Cougars were earned a NSCAA Team Academic Award with a cumulative 3.19 GPA.

In his first season at the helm of the Cougar soccer program, Shulenberger guided WSU to a record-tying 14 wins. The Cougars boasted a perfect record (6-0-0) on the road in conference play for the first time since 2000. Shulenberger guided WSU to its fifth-straight postseason appearance.

Implementing his new system, Shulenberger dominated the offensive side of the ball with 13 goal-scorers and 34 total goals. Washington State rose to as high as 16th in the national rankings before finishing at 23rd in the country. The WSU backline allowed just 0.92 goals per game and held opponents to just 19 goals in the season. The collegiate soccer world took note, honoring Shulenberger’s first-year team with four NSCAA All-Pacific Region selections, and four Pac-12 All-Conference honorees.

Academically, the Cougars saw their team GPA rise to 3.14 with eight Pac-12 All-Academic selections. Junior Susie White picked up Pac-12 All-Academic First Team selection, while sophomore Sofia Anker-Kofoed was named to the second team.

Shulenberger became the seventh head coach in program history after spending the previous two seasons as the associate head coach at Texas Tech. In 2014 the Red Raiders reached the third round of the NCAA Championship and finished with a 16-4-2 record.

The Red Raiders finished 18-2-3 overall in Shulenberger's first season in Lubbock, snapping the single-season school record for wins en route to an appearance in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Tech came close to its first ever Big 12 title in 2013 as the Red Raiders closed league play 6-0-2 overall and just a point behind regular season champion West Virginia. It was the highest conference finish for the Red Raiders in program history.

Prior to Texas Tech, Shulenberger spent four seasons at Missouri, concluding with back-to-back trips to the NCAA Championship in 2011 and 2012. The Tigers captured the program's first Big 12 regular season title in 2009, Shulenberger’ s first season, before finishing 14-7-1 overall and advancing to the NCAA Tournament in 2012. Missouri regularly assembled several of the top recruiting classes in the country during Shulenberger’ s tenure, including a pair of classes in 2010 and 2011 that ranked in the top 10 nationally.

Shulenberger arrived at Missouri following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Clemson where he also served as recruiting coordinator. He maintained the program's budget and served as an assistant director for the Clemson camp program while with the Tigers, who advanced to the NCAA Tournament in his first season in 2007.

Along with his collegiate experience, Shulenberger has worked on the club scene, spending 10 years as the Director of Coaching for the TopHat Soccer Club based out of Atlanta. While at TopHat, Shulenberger oversaw player development and staff and also served as the club's college placement advisor. During his stay with TopHat, Shulenberger spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Georgia State where he prepared and conducted practices while also assisting with recruiting functions and organizing team travel.

Shulenberger graduated from Robert Morris University with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 1994. He spent four seasons on the Robert Morris soccer team, helping lead the Colonials to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1993. He went on to play professionally for the Canton Invaders of the National Professional Soccer League (NPSL) from 1994-96 before turning to coaching.

Shulenberger and his wife Christy have two daughters, Kyla and Camryn, and a son, Owen.

Assistant Coach
Jon Harvey

Jon Harvey joined the Washington State University soccer staff in February, 2014.

Since joining the staff, Harvey has guided WSU goalkeepers and backline to success. During his second season in Pullman, Harvey assisted in WSU’s fifth-consecutive postseason berth. Overseeing first-year goalkeeper Ella Dederick, Harvey helped the Cougars maintain a 0.92 goals against average with four shutouts. Dederick recorded 99 saves in the season, the most by a WSU goalkeeper since 2008. Dederick was selected to the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team and the NSCAA All-Pacific Region Third Team. She also earned Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Week honors, Oct. 13, for her shutout performances against Utah and Colorado.

Off the field, Harvey oversaw the academic success of the Cougar soccer program as nine student-athletes earned Pac-12 All-Academic honors. Susie White was named to the All-Academic First Team, marking the eighth-straight year the Cougars have placed a student-athlete on the first team, the longest streak in the conference.

In his first season with the Cougars, Harvey oversaw the success of goalkeeper Gurveen Clair. The 2014 Cougars’ 0.74 goals against average tied for the third-best average in program history. Under the guidance of Harvey, Clair and WSU recorded nine shutouts, second in school history behind Clair’s school-record 13 shutouts in 2013. Harvey led to Clair to 10 wins on the season, bringing her career total to 44 wins, the most by any goalkeeper in WSU history.

Harvey came to Pullman from UNCG where he was an assistant for one season under former WSU Head Coach Steve Nugent. With the Spartans, Harvey was the goalkeeping coach and recruiting coordinator. Under his tutelage, UNCG lowered its goals against average from 1.02 to 0.75, good for 35th nationally. He coached Jamie Simmons, who recorded the 18th-best save percentage in the nation last season.

Prior to his stint at UNCG, Harvey was a volunteer coach at Georgia (2011-12) and worked primarily with goalkeepers. He helped All-SEC and all-region goalkeeper Ashley Baker etch her name in the Georgia record books in nearly every category. Baker signed a professional contract in England and earned a call up to the Senior National Team’s camp following her career at Georgia. She was the 20th overall pick by Sky Blue FC in the 2013 National Women’s Soccer League college draft.

From 2006-10, Harvey was an assistant coach at NCAA Division II North Georgia. The Saints won 58 percent of their matches during that span, earned their first NSCAA Top 25 ranking and reached the Peachbelt Conference Tournament championship match.

Harvey was instrumental in lowering North Georgia’s goals against average from 1.79 in 2005 (the year prior to his arrival) to a program-best 1.03 in 2010 (his final season). He recruited and trained 13 All-Peachbelt Conference performers, five NSCAA All-South Region selections, and NSCAA All-American and a Peachbelt Conference Freshman of the Year. Harvey’s responsibilities also included practice planning, fundraising, travel and recruiting.

From 2000-05, Harvey served in the United States Navy. His military career included decorated combat tours in Al Anbar Province, Iraq in 2004 and 2005.

Harvey is also on staff with the USSF as well as the Region III ODP goalkeeping. He has become a member of US Soccer National Training Centers in Atlanta and Jacksonville, Fla. He holds a USSF “B” License and NSCAA Levels I, II and III Goalkeeping Diplomas.

Harvey is a graduate of North Georgia and is married to his wife, Raegan. They have a boy named Graham.

Assistant Coach
Greg Sheen

Greg Sheen officially joined the Cougars' coaching staff in March of 2018. Sheen brought with him a wealth of coaching experience including a four-year stint as the head coach at the University of Texas San Antonio from 2014-17.

"I would first like to say a special thank you to Sandy Davison for all her hard work she has given this program over the last few years. We wish her the best at Indiana," said Shulenberger.

"Coach Sheen will be a terrific addition to our WSU soccer program. Greg and my relationship dates way back to our club years in Atlanta. His teams have always played at a championship level both at club and the collegiate level. Greg's work ethic and recruiting network along with his ability to make teams better will be a great fit for our program. We look forward to having Greg and his wife, Gena, on our team as we head into what we hope will be an exciting 2018 season."

Sheen is a former Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year recipient, and led the Roadrunners to one of the largest turnarounds in Conference USA play after taking over the reins at UTSA. After taking over as interim head coach in 2014, Sheen shifted energy towards improving the team's offensive strategy. Sheen focused on an increase in shots-on-goal percentage, assists, shots, and ultimately goals.

""I'd like to thank Coach Todd Shulenberger and Deputy Director of Athletics Anne McCoy for the wonderful opportunity they have presented me to join Washington State University," said Sheen. "The soccer team is coming off an incredible 2017 season and I'm looking forward to working with Todd, Coach Jon Harvey, and all of their players as they push to reach even higher levels of competitive performance and success in 2018. I can't wait to get started."

Previous to serving as a coach at UTSA, Sheen spent three seasons with Wright State as the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. In his three seasons, Sheen helped lead the Raiders to 30 wins and multiple Horizon League Tournament Championship appearances.

Sheen previously played professional soccer with Atlanta Ruckus during the outdoor season, and played with the Atlanta Attack of the National Premier Soccer League during the indoor season.

He earned a bachelor's degree in general studies with an emphasis in sport management from the University of Dayton. Sheen is married to Gena Draney, and together they have seven children: Meghan, Hannah, Chelsee, Catherine, Sierra, Brandon, and Dakota.

Director of Operations
Jess Greer

Jess Greer was named the coordinator of operations for the Washington State women’s soccer team in June 2016. Greer oversees day-to-day operations of the team, as well as team travel, camps, and gameday operations.

Greer joined head coach Todd Shulenberger’s staff after playing four years of collegiate soccer at the University of Missouri under then-assistant coach Shulenberger from 2009-12.

Greer arrived on the Palouse after spending the past three seasons in the state of Arkansas. Most recently the Sedalia, Mo., native worked as an assistant coach at Arkansas State University under first-year head coach Brian Dooley.

Prior to arriving at Arkansas State, Greer spent two seasons as the director of soccer operations at the University of Arkansas. During her time with the Razorbacks, she oversaw day-to-day operations and academics of the team. Arkansas found success on and off the field during Greer’s time in Fayetteville, earning back-to-back berths in the NCAA Tournament in 2012 and 2013.

Greer graduated from Missouri in 2013 with a degree in health sciences after playing all four years under Shulenberger. Greer and Shulenberger led the Tigers to the 2009 Big 12 regular season title and postseason berths in 2011 and 2012. Greer finished with 84 career matches played, 52 starts, and seven goals. Off the field Greer was a four-time member of the conference’s honor roll (three-time Big 12, one-time SEC).