Chalise has over 15 years playing experience from youth through semi-professional. She played top-level club soccer at FC Royals and was a State Champions with the team. Chalise was an All-WESCO selection at Oak Harbor High School. During her collegiate career ad Division 1 University of Oregon, Chalise was 3-time All PAC-10 selection and graduated as the Ducks’ all-time scoring leader. After college, Chalise played for the Kansas City Mystics of the W-League. She has played for the Seattle Sounders Women of the USL W-League for 5 years.
Chalise’ coaching resume includes 5 years as Women’s Assistant Coach for Seattle Pacific University (SPU). SPU has become one of the nation's elite women's programs, winning the 2009 NCCA Div II National Championship and having 5 NCAA Tournament appearances in the past 6 years. Chalise also has two years experience as Women’s Assistant Coach for University of Oregon (Eugene, OR), and Assistant Coach to the South Eugene High School, and has held head coach assignments with Crossfire, Dosveedanya, and Westside United.
Baysa received her undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon. She holds a USSF National “D” license.
DoC Jimmy McAlister on Chalise Baysa:
“Chalise is a wonderful up and coming coach, having been a valued coach at SPU. She also understands how to play the game at a very high level. She brings a passion for the game as a player and a coach and is a great role model for our young players. Chalise is a great asset to Seattle United.”
Chalise is a Sounders Women player