Courtney Stull was named an assistant coach for the Goucher College women's soccer program in January of 2018.
Stull joins the Goucher College Department of Athletics from fellow Landmark Conference member Susquehanna, where she served as an assistant for the Riverhawks women's soccer team for the last three seasons (2015-2017).
At Susquehanna, Stull was responsible for scouting and assisted in goalkeeper training, among other duties.
In 2017, Stull helped the Riverhawks record one of their best seasons in program history, as they recorded a 14-5-1 overall record for the year, matching the all-time mark for most wins in a season. Susquehanna went on to reach the Landmark Conference Championship Match, earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time in program history.
Before heading to Selinsgrove, Stull was an assistant at her alma mater - Shenandoah University - for the 2014 season.
During her career as a student-athlete at Shenandoah, Stull was a four-year letter winner on the women's soccer team (2010-2013), serving as one of the team captains in her final two seasons in the program. During her undergraduate years, she also assisted in the women's soccer programs annual summer camp, while also serving as an assistant for the Manchester United Club Team in Frederick.
Stull earned her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology (with a minor in biology) in May of 2014.