Stefan Skillman is entering his first season (2019-20) as the head women's soccer coach.
Skillman has 10 years of coaching experience, 4 as an assistant and 6 as a head coach. From 2016-2019 Skillman coached at York College where he served as the Head Women's Soccer coach. In his time there he rebuilt the team from a 12 player roster to a 33 player roster, taking the team from 0 wins against NAIA opponents to two consecutive years of 10 win seasons. Along with their improvement in wins, he helped the team qualify for the KCAC Conference tournament two years in a row.
In 2017, Skillman was named KCAC Coach of the Year. He has guided 11 players to All-KCAC awards, 2 NSCAA College Team Ethics & Sportsmanship awards, 2 Player KCAC Character Medallion awards, and 3 Daktronics NAIA Women's Soccer Scholar Athletes.
In 2013, Skillman started the women's soccer program at Sheridan College, serving as the head coach until 2016. He guided 9 players to Region IX All-Academic team in his time there. From 2011-2013, Skillman served as the Graduate Assistant Men’s and Women’s Soccer Coach & Goal Keeper Coach at Dakota Wesleyan University. From 2008-2011 he was the Head Assistant Men’s Coach & Goal Keeper Coach at Grace Bible College.
Skillman now resides in Bolivar with his wife, three daughters, and son.