Keith Beckham is in his first year on the coaching staff at Lawrence Tech University and in his first as the quarterbacks coach.
Beckham spent the 2016 season working on Duvendeck’s staff at Culver-Stockton coaching quarterbacks and wide receivers. During his time at Culver, he helped lead a passing attack that broke numerous school passing records and finished the season with the second most passing yards in the nation for NAIA.
Prior to joining Culver’s coaching staff, Beckham spent one season at Missouri State University (2015), under the guidance of Dave Steckel where he contributed to the offense as he worked with the wide receivers.
Beckham spent two seasons at the University of Missouri (2013-2014), under the guidance of Gary Pinkel working with the offense. He spent one season with the offensive line and one season with the quarterbacks. During his two seasons at Missouri, the Tigers won back-to-back SEC East Championships, as well as won the Cotton Bowl (2013) and the Citrus Bowl (2014).
Beckham started his coaching career in 2007 as the offensive coordinator at Trinity Catholic High School in St. Louis. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Sciences in 2014.
Beckham played two collegiate seasons at Central Methodist University (2004-2005). He is married to Jazmin Schrader. Father: Keith Beckham (Firefighter). Mother: Stephanie Falvo (Special School District Teacher). Siblings: Jessica Beckham (United States Air Force), Garrett Beckham (United States Marine Corps).
:: The Beckham File
|2007||Trinity Catholic High School||Offensive Coordinator|
|2013-14||University of Missouri||Graduate Assistant (Offensive Line, Quarterbacks)|
|2015||Missouri State University||Wide Receivers|
|2016||Culver-Stockton College||Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers|
|2017-Pres||Lawrence Technological University||Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks|