BILLINGS - A pair of former Rocky Mountain College players have been selected to take over the soccer programs at Billings Senior High, School District 2 activities director Mark Wahl announced Wednesday morning.
Stephanie Jensen (Wagner) will head the girls soccer program. Jensen is a 2010 graduate of Rocky Mountain College where she played soccer all four years. She opened her coaching career at Senior four years later handling the junior varsity until 2018 under head coach Megan Parish.
Jensen currently teaches Health and P.E. at Senior.
Jace Beck has been selected to take over the Senior boys program. Beck has led the JV under Zach Robbins for the past three seasons.
Beck was the starting center on Rocky's Elite 8 squad in 2015 and played all four college years for the Battlin' Bears under Richard Duffy and Jared Dickerson before graduating.
Beck began his coaching career in 2012 as the coaching director for a family owned business called Strictly Soccer in the greater Seattle area. He later coached U-8 through U-19 boys and girls with the Billings United Soccer Club before joining Senior High.
"We look forward to working with both Steph and Jace and they begin new programs at Senior High," Wahl said in a media release.