Women's Soccer Coaching Staff
Hometown: St. Louis, Mo.
Alma Mater: Webster University
Greg Henson was officially announced as Concordia University head women's soccer coach on June 19, 2013. He completed his first season at the helm of the program with a record of 9-9-2 overall, including a 5-5 GPAC mark.
In his first season, Henson guided the Bulldogs to the GPAC semifinals for the second time in school history. Concordia advanced past Briar Cliff in the quarterfinals by winning a penalty-kick shootout.
Henson's Bulldogs showed plenty of growth behind first team all-conference pick Jordan Donohoue, as they won three of their final four regular season games prior to the GPAC playoffs. With Donohoue leading the way, Henson's squad set a school record for fewest goals allowed in a season (27), dating back to the inception of the program in 1996.
Henson came to Concordia after serving as head girls’ varsity soccer coach at Lutheran High School in St. Charles, Mo., where he earned 2011 and 2013 Archdiocesan Athletic Association (AAA) Coach of the Year honors.
In total, Henson brought 12 years of coaching soccer at the collegiate, high school and club levels prior to his arrival at Concordia. Henson already possessed an intricate understanding of the collegiate recruiting scene and is described as a tactician and superb instructor of the game.
As head women’s coach at Lutheran High School, Henson guided the Lady Cougars to the state tournament quarterfinals and the school’s second most victories in program history this past season during a 17-7 campaign that included Lutheran’s first-ever Class 1 District 7 championship and first AAA Conference championship. For its remarkable season, Henson was named Class 1 Central Region Coach of the Year. He has served as head coach at Lutheran in each of the last three seasons.
In addition, Henson worked as an assistant women’s coach at Lindenwood University in St. Charles for the past two seasons. In this role he contributed in virtually all aspects of the program, including training, game planning and recruiting. He also instructed Freshman Orientation, a two-credit course at Lindenwood.
Prior to his time at Lutheran and Lindenwood, Henson enjoyed a successful tenure as head men’s soccer coach at St. Louis Community College in 2009 and 2010. He directed the Highlanders to the 2010 Midwest Community College Athletic Conference title and was named the league’s Coach of the Year.
Henson holds a United States Soccer Federation National “B” License and Level III Goalkeeping Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He coached at the club level in the St. Louis area from 2001 – 2010 and has, in recent years, held positions as staff coach for the Missouri Olympic Development Program, assistant coach for the St. Louis Lions of the Premier Development League, assistant tournament director for the St. Louis College Showcase and tournament director for the annual Highlander Futsal Classic.
In addition to his main role as head women’s soccer coach, Henson serves as director of intramurals and teaches classes within the health and human performance department at Concordia.
Henson holds a bachelor of arts in human resource management from Webster University (1998) and a master of arts in sports management from Lindenwood (2013).
Bulldogs Under Coach Henson
2013: 9-9-2 Overall, 5-5 GPAC
Total: 9-9-2 Overall, 5-5 GPAC (1 year)
Contact Coach Henson
- 402-643-7208 (office) • Greg.Henson@cune.edu
Hometown: De Pere, Wis.
Alma Mater: Concordia University, Nebraska
Annika Uden enters her second season as an assistant coach for the Concordia University women's soccer program in 2014-15.
Annika (Norz), originally from De Pere, Wis., played for the Bulldogs during her undergraduate career. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and ELL in 2010 and is currently manager of Concordia's Bookstore.
During her Concordia soccer career, Uden played in the midfield and served as a captain for three years.
Said Uden, "I have so much invested in the growth of this program based on varying degrees of involvement over the last seven years. It is exciting to have the opportunity to step into a coaching role. I look forward to contributing to the success of the team as well as investing in the girls individually."
Annika lives in Seward with her husband, Daniel.
Hometown: Brighton, Colo.
Alma Mater: Ohio Christian University
Kim Uetrecht enteres her second season as Concordia University graduate assistant women's soccer coach in 2014-15.
Uetrecht served as a four-year starter at Ohio Christian University in Circleville, Ohio, from 2009-2012 and was the team’s captain for three seasons. Her most notable achievement came when she received the 2012 National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Division II Michelle Akers award, given to an NCCAA women’s soccer student-athlete who best models the values of passion and integrity displayed by Akers.
The Brighton, Colo., native also played with the Clermont Phoenix as part of an elite group of athletes in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL). Uetrecht served as team chaplain and led the team in fellowship.
She brings three years of women’s club soccer coaching experience and has received her national E license. She is currently in pursuit of higher coaching licenses.
Uetrecht earned her B.A. in business with an emphasis in international business and pre-law from Ohio Christian. She is pursuing her master’s in business administration from Concordia.
Hometown: Manhattan, Kan.
Alma Mater: Concordia University, Nebraska
Jordan Donohoue enters her first season as a Concordia University assistant women's soccer coach in 2014-15.
A standout on the pitch from 2010-13 for the Bulldogs, Donohoue played in 72 games during her four-year career. She totaled 15 goals and 13 assists and earned first team all-GPAC accolades as a senior. She was also selected to the NAIA All-Nebraska team by the Omaha World-Herald and was a two-time NAIA scholar-athlete.
The native of Manhattan, Kan., earned first team all-league, first team all-region and first team all-state as both a junior and senior at Manhattan High School.