Goalkeeping is perhaps the most complicated position in soccer. If it is not the most complicated, it is certainly the most stressful. This is why CBSC offers so much for our goalkeepers no matter what program or level of competition they find themselves in.

Our dedicated trainers focus on the things keepers need the most: footwork, technical training, repetition, and positioning. Following this method, helps keepers gain confidence in their abilities and teams more consistent.

Any questions on goalkeeping can be answered by our Director of Coaching, Eric Hayes


Fall Schedule


11U – 12U Boys | 5:30-6:30PM

11U – 12U Girls | 6:30-7:30PM


13U-19U Girls | 5:30-6:30PM

13U-19U Boys | 6:30-7:30PM


9U-10U Girls & Boys | 5:30-6:30PM

13U-15U Girls & Boys | 6:30-7:30PM

Sessions Run Weekly Through August 14th – October 21st

YMCA Fields

Address: 2362-, 2390 23rd Ave, Council Bluffs, IA 51501


Caleb Hinson

Goalkeeping sessions are lead by Iowa Western CC Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach, Caleb Hinson.

Caleb Hinson enters his ninth year coaching with Iowa Western.  Hinson is the lead trainer, recruiting coordinator, and goalkeeper coach.  He is also the academic success coordinator, spring sports’ game management coordinator, and summer camps instructor.  Hinson has been alongside Coach Carver in every season and is a large reason for the 2013 National Championship and the success obtained by the team.

During his prep career at Nevada (Iowa) High School, Hinson was starting keeper for three years.  His team won three district finals and made three appearances at the state tournament.  He earned 3 first team All-Conference honors and was selected as the first team All-State keeper his senior year.

Hinson played one year at Marshalltown Community College, helping his team to a region title. Marshalltown ended the year ranked 10th in the nation.  Hinson transferred to Iowa Western the following season and helped the Reivers finish second in the region while earning All-Region honors as a goalkeeper.

He was the assistant coach at Glenwood High School for the boys’ soccer team in 2010 and 2011.  He earned a B.A. degree in History from the Iowa Western extension of Buena Vista University.  Coach Hinson holds the USSF National “D” license and the NSCAA National Diploma and Level 3 Goalkeeper Diploma.

Hinson is supported by his wife, Ali.

Kourtney Campbell

Kourtney Campbell joins Council Bluffs Soccer Club (CBSC) for her first year as a goalkeeping and academy coach.

Campbell came to CBSC from Marshalltown, Iowa, where she graduated from Marshalltown High School in 2007.  She played four seasons of varsity soccer at goalkeeper and forward and helped Marshalltown to earn a place in the first round of the 2007 Iowa state championship tournament.

She chose to continue her education and soccer career at Dana College in Blair, where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management and played three seasons of soccer before the school went defunct in 2010.  Dana won 31, lost 25 and tied two matches during Campbell’s career and placed second in the Great Plains Athletics Conference (GPAC) in 2007 and 2008 and third in 2009.

Campbell scored one assist and played in 15 matches as a freshman in 2007, and also played in 15 matches as a sophomore in 2008.  As a junior in 2009, she netted three goals and three assists in 14 matches.

She earned a Master of Science degree in Sports Management with an emphasis in intercollegiate athletics from California University in Pennsylvania in 2010-12, while working for the Blair (Neb.) YMCA as a sports and aquatics director.  After completing her post-graduate degree, she continued to work for the Blair YMCA until 2014.

In 2014, Campbell lived in New Orleans, La., and served as primary caregiver for her paternal grandmother, who was terminally ill with cancer.  After her grandmother passed away in August, 2014, Campbell coached soccer at Belle Chasse High School in New Orleans.

Campbell returned to the Council Bluffs/Omaha area to work within Council Bluffs Community School District as a Para-Educator and serves as Grace University’s Assistant Women’s Coach.