Incoming volunteer assistant coach, Natasha Bell comes to the University of Minnesota from her previous position as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Utah Valley University. During her time with the Wolverines, the team clinched back-to-back Great West Conference tournament and regular season titles.
In the 53 games Bell recorded in the her playing days in goal, she helped lead the team notch conference and tournament championships and was named to the Great West All-Conference team, the Academic All-Conference team and the All-Tournament team.
Along with her coaching experience, Bell worked at Brigham Young University's Comprehensive Clinic as an Intern Therapist and Research Assistant. She also served as a nursing and physical therapy aide at Utah Care Centers.
Bell has an extensive background working with the Spanish-speaking population and traveled on an 18-month mission in which she worked directly with Spanish-speaking clients.
Bell graduated Magna Cum Laude honors from Utah Valley University in 2011 with a B.S. in Behavioral Science emphasis in Psychology and a minor in Spanish. She is a recent graduate from Brigham Young University where she earned her master of Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her PhD in Couple and Family Therapy at the University of Minnesota. Bell holds a USSF National D Coaching License and is a NCAA Certified Recruiter.