Caroline Staudle
(University of New Haven)
Assistant Marketing Manager

Caroline attended Southern Connecticut State University and was a 4-year member of the Women’s Soccer Team. Her team player mentality and dedication to her academics and sport led Caroline to be named a CoSIDA Academic All-American in her senior year. She graduated in December 2016 from SCSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. Upon graduation, Caroline continued her studies at The University of New Haven where she earned an MBA in Sport Management in August 2018. During her time in graduate school, Caroline was challenged with developing marketing plans and events from scratch for a variety of organizations as part of her coursework. Through her studies, Caroline developed a love for the creative and design aspects of marketing, and knew it was a career she wanted to pursue.

After the completion of her master’s degree, Caroline followed her passion for sports and became the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at SUNY New Paltz. In this position, she was responsible for planning and running practices, making key game decisions, scouting opponents’ game film and sharing her experiences as a collegiate student-athlete. Her detail-oriented nature allowed Caroline to break down opponents and develop methods to exploit them. Her favorite part about coaching was sharing her love for soccer with student-athletes, building unique relationships with each player and aiding in their development as both players and professionals.

In addition to coaching at SUNY New Paltz, Caroline volunteers for the Cure 4 Jen foundation after she became aware of the cause in 2012. She tackles the marketing initiatives through social media and word of mouth and has created a video to generate awareness and donations for this cause. She hopes to organize a fundraiser for this foundation soon.

Caroline is a sports enthusiast and enjoys spending time with family and friends, being active and doing puzzles on her free time. She aspires to be an American Ninja Warrior one day.