About Us




The Purdue Coaching Staff provides camps and academies throughout the year to help each player learn more about the Purdue Soccer program as well as improve their technical and tactical knowledge on the field. Our goal is to help players reach their potential both on the field and off while providing insight about how we run our program.

Players who attend our camps and academies will receive individualized attention from our coaching staff which features not only the Purdue Coaching Staff and players, but other high-level college and club coaches.

For the purpose of recruitment, please consider our Prospect Camp (half-day), Elite ID Camp (full-day), and Elite Residential Camp (overnight).

Feedback and constructive communication is encouraged at all of our camps for the most productive experience possible. We look forward to meeting you and showing you what Purdue Soccer is all about!



A 10-win campaign and return to the Big Ten Tournament made for a successful 2017 season for Purdue women's soccer. The Boilermakers (10-7-2, 5-4-2 B1G) enjoyed their finest season of the decade, reaching the 10-win benchmark for the first time since 2009. Purdue scored 36 goals to rank second in the Big Ten through the end of the regular season. Senior Maddy Williams accounted for 14 goals and was named Big Ten Forward of the Year and is now the program’s fourth All-American recipient. The Boilermakers scored in their first 13 games and 17 of 19 overall, including all 10 at home. But they also excelled defensively, winning seven times in shutout fashion. Purdue posted a pair of 300-minute shutout streaks and compiled a program-record shutout streak at home of 470 consecutive minutes from Aug. 21 through Oct. 12.

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  • First Year of the Program: 1998
  • Affiliation: NCAA Division 1
  • Conference: Big Ten Conference
  • Program Record: 197-168-38
  • NCAA Tournament Appearances: 9
  • All-Americans: 4
  • Head Coach: Drew Roff (Michigan State ‘96)
  • Career NCAA Record: 147-91-16
  • Assistant Coach: Jim Schneiderhahn (Benedictine ‘91)
  • Assistant Coach/Director of Goalkeeping: Katie Baumgardner (Ohio State ‘12)



Founded in 1869, the main campus in West Lafayette offers more than 200 majors and 70 masters and doctoral programs. Recently named the #4 Public School in the United States by Wall Street Journal, Purdue has several top academic programs including Engineering (10th), Landscape Architecture (3rd), Krannert School of Management (13th), and Biological Engineering (1st). Highlighted by 4 Nobel Prize Laureates, 2 World Food Prize Laureates, 3 National Medal of Technology and Innovation, and 23 NASA Astronauts, Purdue has gained worldwide recognition for its excellence in academics.

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Purdue’s home campus is situated in West Lafayette, Indiana. Tippecanoe County is home to nearly 175,000 people, conveniently located 60 miles Northwest of Indianapolis and 120 miles Southeast of Chicago.

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