Our staff is comprised of 70+ technical staff coaches and medical staff. Many of the staff members listed below are lead staff that have been with us for many years. Most of them play a very large role for us with four of them hosting Camp Shutout winter Roadshows, summer Roadshows, and/or residential camps along with their GK brand.
“Simply helping a GK get from A to B is the end goal of this camp. Sometimes that is from us to college and then to the pro level..being involved in dreams (at any level) is a blessing. “
Stan is the Founder of Camp Shutout since day 1 when we had 3 GKs and an actor. Currently, he is the Goalkeeping Director in the USSDA at FC United in Northfield, IL and is a member of the UIC men’s soccer coaching staff. Stan has coached for 22 years at the men’s D1 level with 8 of those teams advancing to the NCAA tournament, with the Chicago Fire for 5 years and earned a USSDA National Championship while also spending portions of the 2015 and 2016 seasons with the Fire First Team.
“The staff means the world to me as they’re true professionals on the field and amazing personalities off the field. It truly makes me appreciate the unique aspects of being a goalkeeper and the Camp Shutout staff breathes life into the saying ‘as a goalkeeper you play a lonely position, but you’re never alone’. “
Chris is the Director of Camp Shutout and has worked side by side with Stan for the past 20+ years. He has been an integral part of the continued growth and success in both size and quality of the camp. Chris played at UW-Milwaukee from ’98-’02 where he owns the vast majority of goalkeeping records including: career wins, single season wins, career shutouts, and single season shutouts. Dadaian had stints with the Milwaukee Wave United, Edmonton Aviators and traveled to the Cayman Islands and Armenia to play before returning to the collegiate game to coach at UW-Milwaukee from ’06-’09, training some of the top goalkeepers in the country.
Illinois – Roadshow Director
“I believe that Stan has one of the greatest goalkeeper minds in the game and his dedication to the betterment of not only each goalkeeper but the position is why I am honored to be apart of this program.”
Doug runs Camp Shutout – Schaumburg Roadshow and has been a part of Camp Shutout for over 12 years. He has been coaching soccer since 1990 and goalkeepers since 1992. He has coached all levels from Tots, Recreational, Club, High School, ODP State, ODP Regional, Division I, Division II, and Division III College goalkeepers. Including several goalkeeper that gone on to play at the professional level and represent our National Teams. Doug also runs PAWS Goalkeeper Training in the Chicago-land area. Doug also runs PAWS Goalkeeper Training in the Chicago-land area.
Stevens Point, WI – Roadshow Director
It is simply the people. The staff, the goalkeepers.. all striving for excellence. Working their asses off for a week and bruised and dirty and sweaty, yet always striving to better themselves, to persevere, to overcome. The learning never stops.
Since 2006, Eric runs Wiberg’s Wisconsin Goalkeeper School in Stevens Point Wisconsin. His school has helped many high school goalkeepers get recruited to play at the collegiate level in all divisions. Eric has been coaching the goalkeepers at UW-Stevens Point since 2007. While most of his goalkeeping knowledge was picked up from being exposed to Camp Shutout, he continues to present opportunities for many goalkeepers to grow and continue their careers and hosts Stevens Point Roadshow.
West Michigan – Roadshow Director
“If you want to be the best, you need to work with the best: The Camp Shutout family. And it is just that, a family. A family of goalkeepers and goalkeeper coaches that make Camp Shutout what it is, the best keeper camps around. Period.”
John has been involved with Camp Shutout since 2008, when my daughter attended the first Road Show in Stevens Point. After attending John saw the environment Camp Shutout provided and worked with Stan to create the first MI Road Show in 2009. He is currently the Director of Camp Shutout – Michigan. ( Camp Shutout West Michigan – Summer Road Show, Camp Shutout West Michigan – Residential Camp, and Camp Shutout West Michigan – Winter Road Show) I run Clark Keeper Training in Grand Rapids, where I coach keepers in small groups, for local clubs, and at Camp Shutout West Michigan.
Assist. Development Director & Staff Coach
“The environment of Camp Shutout is something that you have to attend to believe. You will work with an incredibly dedicated and energetic staff, have multi-day training with that staff and similar goalkeepers, make friends with those fellow goalkeepers, and leave the week a better person and goalkeeper. What more could you want?!”
Rachel first attended Camp Shutout as a camper in 2007 and has been a part of the program ever since participating as a staff assistant and now full time staff coach. Rachel also helps Chris, which some would title assistant to the director, as well as helps maintains the website. Oh yeah, and she built an app, so we have an app. Check it out on the Apple Store. Rachel played at Ohio University and is also a coach for PAWS Goalkeeping Academy.
“Camp Shutout is the most fun I have each year. My first year as a camper, I was brand new to the position with almost zero training, and I was placed in a group which immediately tapped into my potential. Every coach I worked with gave me honest feedback, and the level and intensity of training challenged me and helped to build confidence in my abilities.”
Kaitlin has not missed camp since 2003, the first 4 as a camper and the rest as a staff assistant and then staff member. She played at St. Cloud State University, and then was the Graduate Assistant Soccer Coach at Wayne State College. Kaitlin also works with some goalkeeper coaching with Minnesota Youth Soccer Association.
“Camp Shutout is without a doubt, the best goalkeeper specific soccer camp in the United States. Camp Shutout is a great environment for young goalkeepers to get better and have fun doing it. I only wish I could have been a camper when I was younger.”
Joe has been a staff member at Camp Shutout since 2008, and has coached more Camp Shutout events than any other coach on staff (besides Stan). He currently is the Varsity Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach at Barrington High School in Barrington, IL. Joe played collegiate soccer at Northern Illinois University ’05-’09. While there, set two NCAA D1 soccer records for save percentage (.955) and lowest GAA (.210) in the country. Joe was also named to the “TOP 50 Athletes of All Time at NIU” in 2009.
Madison, WI – Roadshow Director
“Camp Shutout is an opportunity to spend a week with 70+ college and professional coaches and players to connect, learn, grow and succeed as players and people. It is an experience that stays with them forever because of the the people they meet, activities they do. And lastly, it’s a very tight family filled with nothing but support.”
Jameson has been with Camp Shutout since 2013 as a Staff Assistant and a staff member at the Big Show. He recently started the Camp Shutout – Madison Roadshow, which has an opportunity to attend in both summer and winter. In addition, his a goalkeeper academy, Kronser Keeper Academy, is one of the Affiliated Partners of Camp Shutout that are working to bring consistent individual and small group training to goalkeepers throughout the country. Jameson played at UW-Madison, and has also coached at Beloit College and is a graduate assistant at Valparaiso University for the women’s team.
Director of the Youth Academy
“We are family! I have gone to every other major GK camp in the U.S. and no where else do you get such a diverse and skilled staff that is truly dedicated to the development of each individual, not only as a goalkeeper, but as a human being. CS is more than a goalkeeper camp it is a life changing experience!”
Jack has have been a part of Camp Shutout since 2000 when I started off as a first year camper, and was invited back to be a staff assistant, staff member. In 2012, he became the Director of the Youth Academy. Jack played D1 soccer at UW-Madison and Florida Atlantic University and was a goalkeeper coach with various clubs and high schools and at UW-Whitewater (’10-’13). Jack has his Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology and currently work as a child and family therapist – L.P.C. for the Mental Health Center of Denver.