|Title:||Head Men's Soccer Coach/Operations Assistant|
In five seasons at CUA, Travis Beauchamp has led the Cardinals
to 61 victories, two NCAA Tournament berths, a pair of Landmark
Conference championships and four straight appearances in the
Landmark Conference Tournament final. 2012 will mark
Beauchamp’s sixth season at the helm of the CUA program.
Last season, Beauchamp and the Cardinals won 14 matches, which included a 6-0-1 mark within the Landmark Conference. CUA rose to No. 3 in the Mid-Atlantic Regional rankings, and was also nationally ranked by the NSCAA and D3soccer.com.
The 2011 Cardinals went 11 straight matches without a defeat, capturing the top seed in the Landmark Conference Tournament along the way. CUA downed Susquehanna in the tournament semifinals to earn a spot in the championship match for the fourth consecutive season.
Six Cardinals received All-Conference recognition, led by Mike Brennan who was named the Offensive Player of the Year, and Beauchamp and his staff were honored with the Coaching Staff of the Year award, marking the second time they have accomplished this feat (2008).
In the classroom, Mike DiMarco, Justin Oloriz and Ian Smith were named to the Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll, with DiMarco also earning Academic All-District accolades. In addition, Oloriz was named to the Landmark Conference Fall All-Academic Team.
The 2010 season saw Beauchamp and the Cardinals capture their second straight Landmark Conference championship by advancing on penalty kicks against Merchant Marine Academy. With that win CUA became the first school in conference history to win back-to-back titles. The Cardinals also earned their second straight bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Individually, four CUA student-athletes received All-Landmark Conference recognition, led by Ian Smith who was named the Rookie of the Year. Mike DiMarco, Tim Brady and Nick Sylvester joined Smith on the All-Conference teams. Five times throughout the season a CUA player was honored by the conference with a weekly award, tied for the most of any school in the league.
Off the field, seven of Beauchamp’s student-athletes received Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll accolades, including Tim Brady, Quinn Daly, Mike DiMarco, Matt Hofrichter, Tom O’Leary, Nick Sylvester and Pete Wawrzusin. In addition, Hofrichter and Wawrzusin were named to the conference’s fall All-Academic Team, which honors athletes who have excelled athletically and academically.
In 2009 Beauchamp led the Cardinals to new heights, as they established a school record with 16 victories, and also captured their first-ever Landmark Conference championship with a 3-0 victory over Scranton. With that win, CUA also qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school annals.
From an individual standpoint, five of Beauchamp’s student-athletes received All-Landmark Conference honors, including Matt Brady, who went onto earn First-Team All-American and All-Region recognition, while Quinn Daly and Tim McAneny were named ECAC South Region All-Stars.
Since arriving at CUA, Beauchamp has worked tirelessly to build
a winning program. After going 6-10 in his first season with a
young squad, the Cardinals were 14-7 during the 2008 campaign. At
the time, the 14 wins were a school record for the Cardinals, as
they advanced to their first Landmark Conference championship game,
then followed that with a run to the ECAC South Region championship
game - the program's first postseason berth in over two decades.
For their efforts in 2008, Beauchamp and his assistant coaches were
named the Landmark Conference Men's Soccer Coaching Staff of the
Beauchamp was hired in March of 2007; he also works as an operations assistant at CUA in the athletic department doing game-day setup and various projects around the DuFour Center.
Prior to arriving in the nation’s capital, Beauchamp worked as an assistant coach at USMMA for three seasons. The Mariners posted winning seasons during his time on campus with a combined record of 46-11-4 and the coaching staff was honored with a Skyline Conference Coaching Staff of the Year award. Beauchamp's main duties included training, recruiting, scouting and video editing. He also served as the goalkeeper's coach and under his leadership had his players earn three All-Metro Region Goalkeeper awards.
The Warsaw, Va., native played soccer and baseball at Washington College earning all-conference and all-region honors. Beauchamp's class at Washington moved into the record books posting the most wins in school history over a four-year career. He received bachelor's and master's degrees in history from Washington and served as an assistant soccer coach for the Shoremen during graduate school. Beauchamp is currently a member of the Division III Men's Soccer Committee, serving as the Mid-Atlantic Chairman.
Beauchamp resides in Washington, D.C., with his wife, Dimitry,
their son Wilton, born in 2010, and daughter Eleanor, born in
CUA under Beauchamp
2011: 14-4-1, Landmark Conference Tournament finalist, nationally and regionally ranked
2010: 11-6-4, Landmark Conference Champions, NCAA Tournament bid
2009: 16-4-1, Landmark Conference Champions, NCAA Tournament bid
2008: 14-7, Landmark Conference Tournament finalist