Coach Hous is entering his third season as the Assistant Head Coach of the LA KISS. Prior to being a part of the LAKISS’ inaugural coaching staff, he spent two stints, totaling 11 years, with Chicago Rush. From 2001 to 2008 Coach Hous served as the Rush’s Defensive Coordinator and from 2011-2013 he was both the Assistant Head Coach and the Defensive Coordinator.
Coach Hous’ resume includes 13 years of collegiate coaching experience. He started his coaching career, while still a player in the AFL, in 1988 with the Upsala Vikings.
After he finished his playing career, Coach Hous joined the Tulane University coaching staff as a Volunteer Assistant Coach. He then spent seven seasons at South Dakota from 1992-1998, serving as Defensive Coordinator for the final two years. He then was the Central Connecticut Defensive Line coach for the 1999 season. In 2000, Coach Hous was apart of the Saint Anselm’s coaching staff. From 2009 to 2010, during the AFL’s hiatus, Coach Hous joined the coaching staff of the Holy Cross Crusaders.
Prior to coaching, Coach Hous played in the NFL for one season, for the New Orleans Saints, and spent four years in the AFL. He retired after the 1991 AFL season.
Coach Hous, after spending two years on the University of Iowa’s football team, transferred to Upsala College, where he played football for three years. He graduated as a Viking in 1987 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration.
The native of Merrimack, New Hampshire is the proud son of Janice Housman and the late Walt Housman Jr. He is honored to be the uncle of his two nieces, Sydney, who is also his goddaughter, and Riley, as well as his nephew, Jackson. Coach Hous has been with his loving girlfriend, Kristine Silva for over eight years.