Who are our 2019 coaches?
Kelly Stevens, Head Coach, Varsity
Kelly has been involved in the lacrosse world since she could hold a stick! She has over 14 years of playing experience. A native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Kelly moved to the Northwest, competed collegiately at Pacific University all four years. After graduating with a degree in Sociology, Kelly spent a year as a residential counselor at St. Mary’s Home for Boys’ and was most recently hired as the Administration Coordinator for the Oregon Girls Lacrosse Association.
Kelly has spent the last three years coaching young athletes at various ages and skill levels for such organizations as Lacrosse Northwest, Lacrosse for All, and Pacific University. In addition to coaching, Stevens is a local high school and youth level official.
Kelly’s passion for lacrosse stems from her belief in the power of sports in youth development. “Since I could walk, I have had a lacrosse stick in my hands,” she said”, “It made me the person I am today. Being able to help give that opportunity to others is a dream come true.”
Coaching Quick Sheet:
- Assistant Coach at Glencoe High School (2013 - 14)
- Adjunct Coach at Lacrosse Northwest (2012 – Current)
- Assistant Coach at Pacific University (2014 – Current)
- Head Coach at Lacrosse for All (2013 – Current)
- Oregon Girls Youth Association Select Team
Lindsay Hofer, Assistant Coach: Strength and Conditioning
Growing up in Oregon, Lindsay has been an active member of the athletics community since she could first sign up for T-ball at the age of 3. As four-sport varsity athlete throughout high school, Lindsay has taken that passion and transformed it into a growing career in youth fitness and coaching.
Her experiences with athletics and coaching principles have allowed her to take a more active role in girl’s lacrosse over the last year. Current coaching resume includes: varsity track, girls JV soccer, and assistant varsity girl’s basketball. She also has past involvement with youth soccer and basketball.
Beau Taber, Head JV Coach
Beau has played lacrosse for 10 years. Her mother signed her up in 6th grade and she played a little of all the positions. When she got in the goal and started making saves, none of the other positions made her feel as amazing as she felt in all her goalie gear.
Beau was born in California and moved to Portland when she was young. Went to West Sylvan and Lincoln High School, she is currently working on a transfer to PSU to pursue a teaching degree.
Beau has coached the Lincoln girls youth for the past 5 years and loves it. She loves being a part of a team and encouraging young women to be supportive of one another and work together as one strong unit.
"There isn't anything that I love more than coaching the younger generation. My favorite memories are experiences with the girls I've taught. Watching them grow and take what I've taught them into a game is the most wonderful feeling I've ever experienced."