Corina Beyer joins the Bulldog coaching staff for the 2013 campaign after quickly building an accomplished coaching resume, including stints with two of the Pacific Northwest's top collegiate programs.
She travels to Fresno State after serving recently as an assistant coach at Great Falls from January-July 2013 and head coach at Northern Oklahoma from August-December July 2012.
The prior three years at Idaho, she served as a volunteer assistant coach at her alma mater from 2008-11, and assisted the Vandals in scouting, video coordination, practice instruction, and various organizational details.
On the court, she began her collegiate career with Washington State and was a 2006 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team honorable mention after she ranked sixth in the league in assists (and ninth on the school single season assist list).
As a prep, the former first-team all-state choice was also a four-time Intermountain League MVP and team captain for Timberlake High School (Spirit lake, Idaho), and helped the make its first three state tournament trips. Her club team finished third at club nationals in 2003, and she was a 2005 national all-tournament team choice. Off the court, she lettered in basketball and track and field
A 2010 graduate of Idaho, she received a B.S. degree in physical education from the Exercise Science and Health Department.