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Scott Gloden
Head Coach- 3rd Season

University of Michigan graduate Scott Gloden begins his third season as the head women's soccer coach at Goshen College in 2017. In his first two seasons, Gloden's teams have led the NAIA in number of Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes twice and reached the quarterfinals of the Crossroads League tournament in 2016 for the first time since 2017.

Gloden comes to Goshen after a two-year stint as the lead assistant at NCAA Division I Saint Louis University, where he led the Billikens to a second-place finish in the Atlantic 10 in 2013. He has previously coached at the University of Cincinnati (2011-12), Bowling Green State University (2007-10), Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania (2004-06) and St. Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Ind. (2001-03).

A native of Traverse City, Mich., Gloden played college soccer at the University of Michigan from 1994-96, leading the Wolverines to a national club championship before the program received varsity status. He graduated from Michigan in 1998 and received his master's in sports administration from Wayne State University in 2001.

Gloden is married to his wife, Anne, a four-year starting goalkeeper at Central Michigan University. The couple has three daughters: Evelyn, Vivien and Grace.

Year Overall MCC/CL Postseason
2015 5-11-2 1-6-2 None
2016 6-10-3 2-5-2 CL Tournament Quarterfinals
CAREER 11-21-5 3-11-4  
 
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Anne Gloden
Assistant Coach- 3rd Season

Former Central Michigan University goalkeeper Anne Gloden begins her third season as an assistant coach at Goshen College in 2017.

Gloden most recently served as a volunteer assistant coach at NCAA Division I Saint Louis University, where she worked with goalkeepers and directed elite camps. She was an assistant at the University of Toledo for two seasons in 2010 and 2011, where she coordinated recruiting and team travel in addition to goalkeeping. Her college coaching career started as a graduate assistant at Western Illinois University in 2008 and 2009.

Anne holds a national "C" coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation. At the club level, she was most recently a staff coach at the Pacesetter Soccer Club in Sylvania, Ohio, mentoring a U-17 State Cup champion team. She also coached a Region II championship team in the Michigan Olympic Development Program and interned with the Chicago Red Stars of Women's Professional Soccer.

Gloden graduated from Central Michigan in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in physical education and received her master's degree in kinesiology and sports management from Western Illinois two years later. She lives in Goshen with her husband Scott and the couple's three daughters, Evelyn, Vivien and Grace.

 
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Drew Nussbaum
Assistant Coach- 3rd Season

Drew Nussbaum begins his third season as an assistant women's soccer coach in 2017.

Nussbaum returns to his alma mater after a season as the U14 coach at Ohio Strikers United in Wooster, Ohio. He spent the previous three falls as an assistant soccer coach at Mennonite high schools: in 2014 as the head boys JV coach at Bethany Christian High School in Goshen and in 2012 and 2013 at Central Christian School in Kidron, Ohio.

A native of Apple Creek, Ohio, Nussbaum graduated from Central Christian School in 2008, Hesston College in 2010 and GC in 2012. He continued his amateur career in the Royal National Dutch Soccer League, playing with the Third Division Class C side Racing Club Heemstede in 2013. He holds an E license from the United States Soccer Federation and a Level 6 license from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

 
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Katelyn Vendrely
Assistant Coach- 2nd Season

Katelyn Vendrely begins her second season as an assistant women's soccer coach at Goshen College in 2017 after accumulating the fourth-most assists and ninth-most points in program history in her four-year playing career.

Vendrely scored 14 goals and 14 assists in from 2012 to 2015, a span that saw her play in 70 of Goshen's 72 games and start 63 of them. The two-time Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete was a second-generation Maple Leaf soccer player and the third member of her immediate family to don GC purple and white on the pitch, following her father Patrick and brother Chris.