Mary Beth Caudill
Muskingum College
Mary Beth Caudill
Head Coach
Division 3

Caudill serves as head coach of the Muskingum women's soccer team. This enthusiastic and veteran coach is the all-time winningest coach in Muskingum womens soccer history and ranks in the top 10 all-time for career wins in the prestigious Ohio Athletic Conference. Over her successful tenure, Coach Caudill has guided the Muskies to record-breaking campaigns in which Muskingum set new school records for best start to a season, goals in a season, goals in a game, assists in a game, points in a game, shots in a game, consecutive shutouts, most wins, highest winning percentage for a season, fewest losses in a season and longest unbeaten streak. Furthermore, numerous Muskies have garnered conference, regional and national honors under Caudills tutelage. Caudills excellence on the sidelines was recognized by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Officials Association when they honored her with the Distinguished Excellence in Sports Merit Award for exhibiting sportsmanship and character before, during, and after matches. Caudill earned both her bachelors and masters degrees at Wright State University (WSU) in Dayton, Ohio. She served as a 2-year captain of the Raiders NCAA Division I womens soccer team and was a GTE Academic All-American and team MVP. Additionally, Caudill was recognized as the Raiders Student-Athlete of the Year in two consecutive years. In May of 2001, she was inducted to the WSU Athletic Hall of Fame, and in October of 2003 was inducted into the WSU Soccer Walk of Fame. In August of 1994, the West Carrollton, Ohio, native started her coaching career as the assistant womens soccer coach at WSU. Professionally, Caudill played five seasons in the W-League. She was a member of the Cincinnati Leopards, Cleveland Eclipse, and Cincinnati LadyHawks. She was honored by the league for her caliber of play by being named all-league and Player of the Week multiple times. Caudills amateur success as a striker includes three trips to the Donnelly Cup National Championship on the Ohio South Womens Open team, the last of which she guided the squad as a player/coach. She currently holds a United States Soccer Federation B coaching license and is a member of the United Soccer Coaches. Additionally, she holds a Level II NSCAA Advanced Goalkeeping Diploma. Caudill, formerly Lengefeld, was married to Tom Caudill in July of 2003. They currently reside in New Concord, with their 13-year-old son, Tanner, and 11-year-old son, Ty.