Theresa Kaiser enters her fourth season as a part-time assistant coach for the Washington University in St. Louis women's soccer program in 2019.
While on the WashU staff, the Bears have compiled a 57-5-4 (.894) overall record, won three University Athletic Association (UAA) championships and captured the 2016 NCAA Division III National Championship in Kaiser's first season.
This past year the Bears posted a 21-1 overall record and a trip to the NCAA Division III National Semifinals for the third time in the last four years. The Bears also won their fourth-straight UAA title. WashU set single-season school records for fewest goals allowed (6), shutouts (16), wins (21), winning percentage (.955), and consecutive wins (21). Kaiser was also part of the United Soccer Coaches Central Region Staff of the Year and UAA Coaching Staff of the Year.
Kaiser started all 83 games in her four-year career at McKendree University, helping lead the Bearcats to a 65-12-8 record. She scored 16 goals and had 19 assists for 51 career points. Kaiser was a three-time all-conference selection honoree, picking up first-team nods in 2009 and 2010, and also earned NAIA Honorable-Mention All-America honors in 2009.
Kaiser played four years of high school soccer at Ursuline Academy in St. Louis, helping lead them to a runner-up finish at the state tournament as a freshman.
She graduated from McKendree in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in education.
Updated June 1, 2019