Stephanie Beall enters her first season as Head Coach at San Diego Miramar College.
Beall most recently served as an Assistant Soccer Coach for the Women’s soccer program at Idaho State University for the 2018 season. Prior to arriving at Idaho State she served as an assistant soccer coach for San Diego Mesa College from 2015 - 2017. During her time with the Olympians, the program won three Pacific Coast Athletic Conference – South Titles. From 2010 – 2014 she had her first stint at Idaho State as an assistant coach, Beall helped the Bengals to a 2012 regular-season and tournament championship in addition to coaching her freshman goalkeeper to a 2012 Big Sky Conference MVP honor. Beall spent the 2008-09 seasons with the University of Idaho soccer program, training the goalkeepers and spearheading the Vandals recruiting efforts as Assistant Coach. She began her coaching career at her alma mater, the University of San Francisco, as a goalkeeper coach in 2006.
After college, Beall continued her playing career in the WPSL with the San Francisco Nighthawks for the 2005- 06 seasons.
Beall played collegiate soccer at the University of San Francisco as the Dons goalkeeper from 2000-04. During her career, she recorded a 21-6 record including 13 shutouts. Beall was named team captain as a senior and earned the Green and Gold Club Loyalty Award.
Beall holds a master’s of science in leadership in recreation and physical activity from the University of Idaho (2010) and earned a bachelor’s of science in exercise and sports from USF in 2004.
Beall holds a National "C" License from the United States Soccer Federation, a NSCAA National Diploma, and is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach.
Photo Credit: Eric Gordon, Idaho State University.