Thomas More Soccer Camps
Nate Rausch joined the women's soccer staff in 2018, along with Head Coach Marquis Walker.
Rausch comes from Hiram College where he played at from 2005-09 as a four year starting goalkeeper. He earned 1st team NCAC, NCAA Division III All Region team, and NCAC player of the week (2005). He still is the current leader in career shutouts (14), sits fourth in career saves (284) and helped led the Terriers to a 39-23-7 overall record during his collegiate career.
Prior to Thomas More, Rausch was the goalkeeper coach at Hiram College from 2014-18. Along with his coaching duties, he helped out with recruiting and video and game analysis. Rausch currently holds a National “D” Coaching License.
He played one year professional indoor soccer with the Ohio Vortex, in the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL). During his stint with the Vortex, he help post a record of 8-8 in the 2009-10 season.
The Cuyahogs Falls native has been coaching for 10 years. Previously he coached at Everest Soccer Club from 2009-18 coaching on the girls side of the club. He started off as an assistant boys high school coach at Tallmadge High School and moved on after a year to Kent Roosevelt JV head coach/varsity assistant coach. After a year he became the head boys varsity coach at Woodridge High School. He coached at Woodridge from 2012-16 where he compiled a record of 46-19-3, winning 3 conference championships three out of the four years. After leaving Woodridge, Rausch went on to be the Head Girls Coach at Stow-Munroe Falls High school from 2016-18 compiling a record of 16-13-6.