Idaho State Soccer Camps
Stephanie Beall begins her third season with Idaho State after being promoted to top assistant in July 2011. Beall works primarily with the goalkeepers and defensive line and is responsible for film, overall game preparation and running sessions.
Beall, affectionately named “Kramer” for her wild hair, directs the Bengal goalkeepers.
During the 2011 campaign, Beall led starting goalkeeper Carly Hutchings-Maloney to record 81 saves, the sixth most in program history for a single season. Maloney also had 12 saves in a game against Weber State, the third most in program history in a single game. Maloney was also named Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week during the season.
In 2010, the two Bengal goalkeepers recorded 106 saves and four shutouts.
Working with Head Coach Allison Gibson was not a new experience for Beall as she helped coach at the Idaho State soccer camps for the last three years. The goalkeeper coach comes to ISU having attained three years of Division I coaching experience.
Beall spent the last two seasons working as an assistant coach with the University of Idaho. At Idaho, she helped train goalkeepers as well as helped with recruiting duties, film review, film breakdown and highlight videos. She also helped plan and organize youth and high school camps. In 2009, she helped Idaho keeper Liz Boyden post an 8-8-0 record with three shutouts. Boyden also received all-academic honors. During her time at Idaho, Beall also served as the head coach of the Moscow United Soccer Club for U-12 girls for the 2009 season.
She also worked as a goalkeeper coach for the University of San Francisco’s soccer team during the 2006 season. Prior to the goalkeeping coach position, Beall worked as a USF women’s soccer camp assistant director which involved assisting the director in planning daily schedules, overseeing daily camp activities, training an advanced group session and various other administrative duties. At that time she also served as the head coach for the Navato Youth Soccer League for U-9 and U-10 girls.
Beall collected her playing experience at San Francisco as a goalkeeper for The Dons from 2000-04. During her career she recorded a 21-6 record including 13 shutouts. She holds the record for most minutes played in a single season as well as the most wins in a season in 2004. She was named team captain as a senior and earned the Green and Gold Club Loyalty Award. She also assisted the strength coach during her senior season.
She continued her personal fitness training by working as a club manager at the Fit-Lite by 24 Hour Fitness where she did personal training and supervised general club operations. She later went on to work as a personal trainer for the Koi Fitness Systems providing outdoor group fitness training. She designed training sessions for individuals as well as groups of 25 people.
Beall holds a National “C” License from the United States Soccer Federation. She earned a bachelor’s in exercise and sports science from San Francisco in 2004. She went on to earn a master’s in leadership in recreation and physical activity from Idaho in 2010.
Caleb Husmann enters his first season as an assistant coach for the women’s soccer team after serving one year as a volunteer assistant coach during the 2010-11 season.
Husmann came to Pocatello after a four-year collegiate career at Condordia College where he served as the captain of his team in his final season. After college, Hussman had trials with two USL teams (Harrisburg and Cleveland). He played one season with a UNI semi-professional team in New South Wales, Australia in 2006.
Husmann also held a residence at the IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Florida from 1998-1999 and in 2002. He was a Minnesota ODP from 1997-2003. He coached the Rochester Youth Soccer and Rochester Premier teams in Minnesota for two years.
Husmann earned his bachelor’s degree in political science in 2007 from Concordia College. He earned a master’s degree in political science from Miami University in 2009. He earned his doctorate in political science from Idaho State in 2011.