Since the passage of Title IX in 1972, women’s sports have been working to gained equal stature to men’s sports. However, in the past ten years, male coaches have begun to outnumber the number of women coaching certain women’s sports. This study focuses on the percentage of female coaches at 126 Division III schools in 1974, 1994 and 2014. The gender of the athletic director, the school’s religious affiliation, the size of the undergraduate class, the region and the prestige of the school were selected as independent variables. The descriptive statistics show a decrease in the percentage of female coaches in certain sports but an increase in other sports. A relationship between the prestige of a soccer program and the gender of the coach was also found.