Travis Beauchamp
Travis Beauchamp
Title: Head Men's Soccer Coach/Operations Assistant
Phone: 202-319-4740

Travis Beauchamp joined the Cardinal Department of Athletics in March of 2007.  Upon his arrival, Beauchamp served as the head men’s soccer coach and the operations assistant.


In his eight seasons at CUA, Beauchamp has led the Cardinals to 86 victories, three NCAA Tournament berths, a pair of Landmark Conference championships, five Landmark Conference Tournament final appearances, and top 25 rankings (Mid-Atlantic Region, NSCAA, and


In 2013, Beauchamp led the Cardinals to 12 wins and a berth in the NCAA Tournament after securing the No. 1 seed in the Landmark Conference Tournament with a 5-1-1 record. During the season, the team earned a No. 24 national ranking and reached as high as No. 3 in the Mid-Atlantic regional rankings.


During the 2012 season, Beauchamp and the Cardinals won 13 matches, which included a 6-1 mark within the Landmark Conference, and was also nationally ranked by the NSCAA and (No. 25).


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.


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.


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. 


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 Year.


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 and baseball 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.  The former two-sport student-athlete was inducted into the Washington College Hall of Fame in October 2013.


Beauchamp resides in Washington, D.C., with his wife, Dimitry, their son Wilton, born in 2010, and their daughter Eleanor, born in 2012.


CUA under Beauchamp                                             Student-Athletes Under Beauchamp

Total: 86-43-8






National and Regional Ranking; NCAA Tournament bid; sixth consecutive Landmark Tournament appearance



Ranked 10th in Mid-Atlantic Regional Ranks; Earned fifth consecutive Landmark Tournament appearance



Landmark Conference Finalist; Regional and National Ranking; Coach of the Year



Landmark Conference Champions



Landmark Conference Champions



Landmark Conference Finalist; Coach of the Year







All Americans


All Conference (Landmark, CAC or ECAC)


All Region


Defensive Player of the Year


Rookie of the Year









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