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Aaron Daley
Assistant Coach

Aaron Daley is entering his sixth season as an assistant coach for the Minot State University women's soccer program.

Daley assists in all aspects of the soccer program including recruiting and gameplan strategy.

He helped coach the Beavers to a 16-5-1 record and a third place finish in the conference standings in 2015. MSU ranked third in goals scored (38) and fourth in goals allowed (17) in the NSIC.

In 2014, the Beavers went 10-7-2 overall and scored 28 goals on the season. The defense was at the top of the NSIC, allowing just 17 goals with a .89 goals allowed per game, good enough for third best in conferenece.

In 2013, Minot State went 7-8-3 overall and scored 19 goals on the season. The Beaver defense however was stellar, allowing just 1.33 goals per game.

In 2012, Daley helped the Beavers finish 15-4-3 overall including an appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament.

Daley resides in Minot, N.D.

 

Nate Gutierrez
Assistant Coach

Nate Gutierrez is entering his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Minot State University soccer team. He specializes in individual and team defending tactics.

Gutierrez assists in all coaching and recruiting aspects for Minot State as well as game film analysis.

He helped coach the Beavers to a 16-5-1 record and a third place finish in the conference standings in 2015. MSU ranked third in goals scored (38) and fourth in goals allowed (17) in the NSIC.

In his second season with the Beavers Gutierrez helped the team defense rank in the top three in the NSIC, allowing just 17 goals with a .89 goals allowed per game, an improvement from his first year with the team when they allowed 1.33 goals per game.

In 2014 Gutierrez coached both a U-10 girls and a U-11 boys team to a NDSA State Cup championship.

Before coaching Gutierrez played soccer at Yuba College and represented California north in the Olympic Development Program. He was named first team All-Conference in the Bay Valley Conference during his time at Yuba.

 

Tyler Schochenmaier
Assistant Coach

Tyler Schochenmaier is in his third year coaching at Minot State University. Previously, Schochenmaier was coaching high school, club, and private goalkeeping sessions in Pensacola, Fla.

He helped coach the Beavers to a 16-5-1 record and a third place finish in the conference standings in 2015. MSU ranked fourth in goals allowed (17) and shutouts (10) in the NSIC.

In his first year with the Minot State, Schochenmaier helped the Beavers to the top of the conference in goals allowed. The Beavers only allowed 17 goals on the season making there goals per game a steller .89 goals per game.

In two seasons at Pensacola Catholic High School he helped the team earn a spot in the 2014 Florida Final Four, and in 2013, a birth in the Florida Elite Eight. He also coached youth soccer as the staff goalkeeping coach at Bayside Dynamo FC in Gulf Breeze, Fla.

Along with his youth soccer and high school soccer experience, Schochenmaier assisted with Pensacola City FC, a men’s semi-pro team of the National Premier Soccer League. He was responsible for developing the tryout, training, and evaluations for the goalkeepers as well as the evaluation of field players.

Prior to moving to Florida, Schochenmaier coached at Norwalk High School in Norwalk, Iowa, for two seasons serving as the head freshmen boys soccer coach and an assistant for the varsity program. The team advanced to the state final in two consecutive years (2011, 2012).

Schochenmaier started his coaching career with Norwalk Soccer Club in Iowa.

He graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and his master’s degree in Transportation and Logistics Management. Schochenmaier is a commissioned officer in the United State Air Force and is stationed at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.

He currently holds a United States Soccer Federation National “C” Coaching License, National Soccer Coaches Association of America Goalkeeping III Diploma and Coerver Youth Diploma.