Shaela Krayer
Shaela Krayer
Title: GK Coach/Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: South Carolina-Aiken '01
Experience: 1st year

Krayer joins the Mustangs staff in 2018, serving as an assistant coach and goalkeeping coach.

In her first season with the team, Krayer guided starting goalkeeper Keegan Caffrey who finished with a .824 save percentage.

Krayer will be entering her second season as Assistant Coach after joining the Mustangs staff for the 2018 season where she saw her starting keeper, Keegan Caffrey, claim a .824 save percentage. Krayer is also a Maryland State ODP coach and was with the 2006 boys this past season.

Prior to working at Stevenson, Krayer was in Maine where she spent two years as the Assistant Coach and Keeper Trainer for Southern Maine Community College seeing the team into Conference play both seasons. In the 2017-18 season, Krayer coached her Freshman keeper to second in the conference in goals against and the team finished second in the conference over all. Also while in Maine Krayer joined the Seacoast United team as a Goalkeeper School lead coach and took her '03 girls to finals of all but one tournament in her first season with them and helped them move up a division in her second year with them.

Upon starting coaching, Krayer developed a keeper program for Salisbury FC on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in 2014-2015 and coached youth futsal teams while with the club.

Krayer grew up in Northern Virginia playing in the competitive DC atmosphere. She played her college career at the University Of South Carolina-Aiken where she was an outside midfielder until tearing her ACL in 2000. She played in the NVASA co-ed premier division after college.

In May 2019 Krayer received her USSF C license.