Sheehan is in his 12th year as the women's soccer head coach at
Northern Kentucky University. Sheehan has built the NKU women's
soccer program into one of the nation's best, and he is 184-43-13
in 11 seasons with the Norse.
Last season, Sheehan led the Norse
to a 12-6 record and their 10th consecutive trip to the Great
Lakes Valley Conference tournament.
Under Sheehan's direction the Norse have captured the GLVC title
in six of their last 10 seasons, including a string of five straight
Two years ago, Sheehan guided NKU to a 13-4-1 record
and a berth in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament.
was named GLVC Coach of the Year for the sixth time in his career
in 2005, and he also earned Great Lakes Region Coach
Year honors after leading NKU to its seventh consecutive trip
to the NCAA Tournament.
In addition, NKU senior forward Kristen
Votapek was named to the NSCAA's NCAA Division II All-America
second team. Votapek
was named GLVC Player of the Year and earned Scholar All-America
In 2004, Sheehan led NKU to a 15-5-1 overall record.
The Norse also advanced to the NCAA Division II Tournament for
year and finished with a No. 21 national ranking in the
Division II poll.
Five years ago, Sheehan
guided the Norse to a 17-3-4 record. NKU also earned its fifth
straight NCAA Division
and advanced to the national quarterfinals. The Norse
finished with a No. 8 national ranking in the NCAA Division II
Six seasons ago, Sheehan
led NKU to a 20-1-2 record and its fifth consecutive Great Lakes
also advanced to the NCAA Division II quarterfinals
and spent most of the season ranked No. 1 nationally in the
Seven years ago, Sheehan guided NKU to a 22-2
record. The Norse also advanced to the NCAA Division II Final
year. During the regular season, NKU jumped to No.
1 in the national poll for the first time in history.
In 2000, Sheehan led
NKU to a 21-2-2 record and guided the Norse to the championship
II Tournament. The Norse finished as national runner-up
in the final NSCAA coaches poll.
Prior to taking
the NKU job, Sheehan spent 13 years as head coach at St. Ursula
Academy in Cincinnati
prep powerhouses in girls' soccer.
owned a career record of 195-48-28 at St. Ursula, won a pair
of state championships
a record of 106-8-13 during his last six years.
1984 graduate of Xavier University, Sheehan was named Girls'
Greater Cincinnati League
of the Year
seven times in
his career while at St. Ursula.
earned his MBA in finance from Xavier. Sheehan and his wife,
(Maggie) and a son
Sheehans live in Cincinnati.