Owsley B. Frazier Stadium
In the fall of 2007, Bellarmine University dedicated the $5.1 million Owsley B. Frazier Stadium on campus. Seating approximately, 2,000 this state-of-the-art facility is the home of Bellarmine's men and women's soccer programs, track and field, women's field hockey, and men's lacrosse. Read More
Tim Chastonay has been the head coach of the Bellarmine University mens soccer team since 1998, amassing the most wins in program history during his tenure while earning Great Lakes Valley Conference Coach of the Year honors in 2005.
Under Chastonay, Bellarmine has posted 10 straight nonlosing seasons and advanced to the GLVC Tournament in eight consecutive years. Another testament to the Knights consistency under Chastonay is that they have suffered only one losing season in the last 14 years.
From 2009-12, the Knights posted double-digit wins in every season, an unprecedented stretch of success in program history. Bellarmine had one of its best seasons ever in 2012 as Chastonays Knights went 10-5-3 overall and 9-3-3 in the GLVC. The nine conference wins matched a program record that the Knights first set in 2011.
After becoming the winningest head coach in the history of the Hanover College mens soccer program, Craig Jones rejoined the Bellarmine University mens soccer staff as an assistant in 2011.
In every season since his return, the Knights have had a nonlosing year and advanced to the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. In 2012, Bellarmine put together one of its best seasons in program history, tying the school record with nine GLVC victories and posting 10 overall, just two shy of the top mark.
Jones previously worked as an assistant coach for BU mens and womens soccer from 1999-01. Prior to returning to Bellarmine, he led Hanovers mens soccer team to the most wins and most conference tournament appearances in program history while being named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conferences Coach of the Year on two occasions during his 2001-11 tenure.
Prominent goalkeeping instructor Chris Cahill, a former star player at the University of Notre Dame and assistant at Harvard University, joined the Bellarmine University mens and womens soccer staffs as an assistant in 2014.
Cahills name in Louisville is synonymous with goalkeeping. He is the Director of Goalkeeping for the Kentucky Fire Juniors and is responsible for evaluating, training and mentoring more than 60 goalkeepers ranging in age from 9 to 18.
Cahill is also the Managing Trainer of Bright Lights Goalkeeping. Through Bright Lights, Cahill trains goalkeepers for several leading college and high school programs, including Bellarmine, Spalding University and Hanover College as well as prep programs Trinity, Ballard, Floyd Central (Ind.) and Atherton.
Ryan Smith, a former four-year letterman at the University of Louisville who played in an NCAA Tournament championship game, joined the Bellarmine University mens soccer staff as an assistant prior to the 2015 season.
Smith is a Louisville native who is a junior boys coaching director of the Kentucky Fire Juniors, a local club team. In addition to club teams, he has been involved in coaching at the youth level in middle school, high school and with the Kentucky Olympic Development Program.
Smith lettered as a midfielder all four years of his tenure at Louisville, where he helped guide the Cardinals to three consecutive NCAA Elite Eight appearances, including the 2010 national title game.