|YEAR AT FGCU:||1st Season|
|ALMA MATER:||Columbia College '06|
Ben enters his first season on the sidelines for FGCU.
Prior to his arrival at FGCU, Boehner worked two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Missouri where he served as the team's director of performance analysis and helped with the transition to the Southeastern Conference. He was also involved in implementing training sessions and scheduling.
Before going to Mizzou, Boehner spent two years at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Mo., where he helped the Vikings regain past successes. During his two seasons, Missouri Valley posted back-to-back winning seasons and an overall record of 18-13-6 in the powerful Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC).
Boehner played collegiate soccer at Columbia College under John Klein from 2001-05. As a four-year started for the Cougars, Boehner helped push the program to new heights. The team posted a mark of 56-25-2 and an American Midwest Conference record of 23-3-1 during his playing days to establish the Cougars as one of the NAIA's top men's programs. During the summers, Boehner would also train with the Kansas City Brass of the Premier Development League in Kansas City.
A native of Parkville, Mo., Boehner earned a degree in marketing from Columbia College in 2006.