Mike Moyer – Owner/Director
Director – Big Kick Soccer & Game Face Management, LLC Programs
GAMEFACE and Big Kick Soccer Camp Director Mike Moyer has been around the Berks County Soccer Scene for a long time. Since his days as a first team all-county player at Fleetwood High School, to his first high school coaching job at Wilson High School in 1985, he has been a leader in developing players at all age levels.
Moyer has amassed a (305-103-15) record during his 17 years as a head high school coach on the boys side. He also led the Wilson High School Girls’ team to a 77-5-1 mark over three seasons, and was recently inducted into the Berks County Girls Soccer Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the Wilson HS Sports Hall of Fame in 2004.
Mike has coached players at every age level, including the Reading Rage Professional team, where in his second season, he led the Rage to the only division championship in team history.
Moyer is currently the Co-Owner and Director of Coaching for the FC Revolution, in Reading, PA.
● Fleetwood High Boys (4 seasons)
• Wilson High School Boys (11 Seasons)
• Wilson High School Girls (3 Seasons)
• Exeter High School Boys (2 Seasons)
• 9 Berks County Championships
• 4 District III Championships
• 3 PIAA State Championship Appearances (1992 Champs)
Former USL D3 Pro League Head Coach -1996 & 1997- READING RAGE
1997 Mid-Atlantic Division Champions
2 Year Asst. Coach – Philadelphia Freedom – USL
1993 PA HS Coach of the Year
USSF “A” License – 1987
2 Time United States Olympic Festival Coach
EPYSA Staff Coach
16 Year Physical Education Teacher
Former FC DELCO U-19 Head Coach
Former EPYSA ODP Head Coach
Eric Puls – Owner/Director
Date of Birth: July 4th, 1971
Place of Birth: St. Louis, Missouri
My focus in coaching is challenging players and the way they think about the game and their approach to it. My goal for every player is to see them develop not only in talent but in attitude. To see a young player evolve into something more as a player as time moves on is very rewarding.
The success FC Revolution has had in such a short period of time is amazing. Entering only our fourth season we have expanded from 3 teams in the inaugural year to now 18 teams this year. The club has seen many teams in a short period of time not only become highly ranked teams within the state of Pennsylvania but also within the region as well. This has only been achieved through the efforts of many.
I am excited about the staff I have brought together for the 2007 – 2008 season and I look forward to working alongside all of them. The coaching staff brings a wealth of coaching and playing experience to our club. All have been successful on the field as players and as coaches and I feel that is the cornerstone of this staff.
Titles and Responsibilities
Founder and Club President, Club Director of Coaching, U10, 15, 16, 18 Boys and U14 Black, 15 Girls Head Coach/Trainer
-Played 4 yrs. at Christian Brothers College High School class of 1989. Played from 1985 – 1988.
-Missouri State runners – up in 1985
-Missouri State Champions in 1988.
-All Metro and All – State selection in 1988.
-Played 4 yrs. at Syracuse University
-NCAA Division I School, Big East Conference
-Holds the all time school record for most points by a freshman (27)
-2nd all time in goals scored by a freshman in a single season in 1989 (11)
-10th all time in career points (63).
-All New York Region selection in 1991.
-Played with Busch Soccer Club from age 11 – 18
-Runner – up finish in the U16 National Championship
-Four time state cup champions, region II champions.
-Played for Scott Gallagher U19, state cup champions.
-Played for Missouri State ODP U15 – 19
-Played for Region II ODP U16 – 19
-Played pro soccer with SV Darmstadt 98 German 2nd Divison
-Played pro soccer with Rot – Weiss Waldorf, German 3rd Division.
-Played in 1995 with St. Louis Knights, USISL.
-Selected in the1996 Major League Soccer Inaugural Draft and signed by the Colorado Rapids.
-Played for the Reading Rage 1996 – 2003, USL D3 Pro League.
-Selected to the 1999, 2000 and 2003 USL D3 Pro Soccer All League Team while playing for the Reading Rage.
-Coaching youth soccer since 1996.
-Former coach with Reading Berks United
-Former Reading Rage Jrs. Club President, Head Coach and Camp Director.
-Player/Head Coach 2001 & 2002 Reading Rage Men’s Pro Soccer team.
Jen Palacz Moyer – Owner/Director
Camp Administrator – Girls Dorm Director
-M.Ed. Health Education, Penn State University
-BS, Health and Physical Education, East Stroudsburg University
-12 Years Teaching Experience Grades Pre-K-12
-Current Elementary Physical Education Teacher, Twin Valley School District
-6 Years Varsity Head Coaching Experience
-20 years camp experience with various camps in the North East
-Owner, JPMDesigns, Painting and Design Business
-Mother, 2 children, ages 6 and 8
Head Men’s Coach – West Virginia University
2006 NSCAA Division One College Coach of the Year
Marlon LeBlanc, the 2006 Soccer America National Coach of the Year, enters his second season as the head coach of the West Virginia men’s soccer program looking to continue the success his team enjoyed a year ago.
LeBlanc took over at the helm of the West Virginia on the opening day of preseason camp in 2006 and helped the program reach new heights.
The Mountaineers posted a 15-3-3 record in 2006 with a perfect 9-0-1 record in BIG EAST play, marking the first time a team in the conference went undefeated playing at least a 10-game schedule.
For his efforts LeBlanc and his assistants were named the 2006 BIG EAST coaching staff of the year and NSCAA/adidas Division I Northeast region coach of the year. Under his tutelage WVU spent eight weeks ranked in the top 10 in ’06 and five in the top 5, ranking as high as third.
Also in 2006, LeBlanc help guide senior Nick Noble and Jarrod Smith to All-America selections marking the first time since 1981 in program history.
LeBlanc came to WVU from the Penn State where he played beginning in 1994, before serving as the first assistant from 2001-05. His duties included serving as the recruiting coordinator, assistant director and coordinator for Penn State soccer camps, video analysis and coordination of game day operations and community outreach.
While coaching for Penn State he helped the team to NCAA tournament bids in four out of the last five seasons including round of 16 appearances in 2001 and 2005 and a round of eight appearance in 2002. LeBlanc also guided PSU to Big 10 championships in 2002 and 2005. Penn State ended the 2005 season ranked No. 10 by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
In all, LeBlanc helped lead the Penn State to a 62-34-12 record. That includes seven games in 2002 in which he filled in for head coach Barry Gorman to post a 4-3 record in the midst of a Big Ten championship run.
LeBlanc is considered to be among the nation’s top collegiate assistants and talented recruiters, earning a nomination for the 2002 AFLAC Assistant Coach of the Year.
In 2004, LeBlanc recruited the 2004 Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Two of LeBlanc’s recruits that year were named to the Soccer America Freshman All-America team. As recruiting coordinator at Penn State, LeBlanc’s classes were ranked #9 and #8 in America in 2001 and 2002 respectively by collegesoccernews.com. The 2002 class was ranked #6 in America by Soccer America.
In 2005, with all players part of LeBlanc’s recruiting classes, Penn State won the Big Ten regular season championship with a perfect 8-0 record. The Nittany Lions also went on to win the Big Ten tournament title that year.
In 2002, LeBlanc took over as the head coach of Penn State for a seven-game stretch as Barry Gorman had to step away for medical reasons. During that stretch, PSU posted a 4-3 record, with a 2-2 record in Big Ten play defeating Ohio State and Northwestern. The team went on later that season to advance to the NCAA tournament’s round of eight, before falling to eventual national champion UCLA.
The East Windsor, N.J., native holds national, advanced national and premier coaching diplomas with a “Distinguished Pass” from the NSCAA. In 2005, LeBlanc served as a clinician at the NSCAA national convention and was invited to be a NSCAA staff instructor in 2006. He is also a member of the Black Soccer Coaches Association of America (BSCAA) and the Black Coaches Association.
A Hightstown High School four-year starter, the New Jersey native received All-State, All-Area, and All-County honors during his scholastic career. In addition to starring for his high school program, LeBlanc was a Region I Olympic Development Program (ODP) standout and a New Jersey ODP team captain. His club side Jersey Shore Boca (NJ) captured the Under 17 New Jersey State Club Championship.
Coach LeBlanc has traveled to England, Brazil, Portugal and most recently the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany to further his coaching education.
LeBlanc graduated from Penn State in 2000 with a B.A. degree in economics. He and his wife Jennifer reside in Morgantown with their one-year-old daughter, Alexandra.
Head Men’s Coach – Alvernia College 2006 PAC Coach of the Year
Travis Berger started his tenure at Alvernia as an assistant coach in 2001 and has been the head coach since the fall of 2002. He took over a program that went 5-12-2 and 2-6 in the PAC in 2001. With an extremely competitive schedule, Berger was able to guide the Crusaders to an 8-11-1 overall record, 3-4-1 in the PAC, during his first season in 2002. He guided the Crusaders to their first ever victory over a nationally ranked opponent by defeating McCallester (#16) 1-0.
In 2003, Berger had his first recruiting class and was able to lead his team to a 7-9-2 overall record, while dramatically improving his PAC record to 4-4. His extremely young team fought hard trying to make their first ever PAC tournament appearance, but they fell short when they lost a dramatic 1-0 game to conference opponent Arcadia.
In 2004, with only his second recruiting class, Berger wanted to challenge his young squad, so his non-conference schedule was filled with nationally and regionally ranked opponents. The young Crusaders met the challenge and posted a record of 8-9-1, 3-5 PAC. Most notably, with one game remaining, the Crusaders were looking to earn their first ever winning season, but Wesley College dashed their hopes with a free kick in the last 10 minutes of play to win 1-0.
Berger guided the 2005 Crusaders to a historic season. The Maroon and Gold earned the first conference winning record (6-3) in program history and they secured a spot in the conference semi-finals for the first time in program history. Berger lead his young squad, with six freshmen starters and no seniors, into the PAC semifinals versus the # 9 team in the Nation, Eastern University, and took a 1-1 tie to PK’s, eventually succumbing 3-1 in the PK shootout.
Berger coached for three years for E.P.Y.S.A. of the Olympic Development Program. He was able to help guide the U-15 Boys program to the National Final Four in Las Vegas in 2004. He is a sought after clinician who prides himself on ensuring that local youth master the fundamentals and basics of the game of soccer.
As a player, Berger played professionally for the Reading Rage for one season. He played collegiate soccer for Penn State University, helping the Lions to the Big Ten Championship his freshman year, 1993. He went on to earn Big Ten 1st team honors, Academic All-American status, lead the Big Ten in goal scoring his junior year (15 goals), and was honored to earn the title as team captain his senior year. Berger was an All-American at Wilson High School, leading his team to the State Championship his senior year. Berger was elected into the Wilson Hall of Fame in 2003, the first year he was eligible.
Asst. Women’s Coach – Kutztown University
Rachel Napoli enters her first year with the Kutztown University Golden Bear Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff. Napoli came to Kutztown after completing a stellar playing career at Wheeling Jesuit University. Napoli was a four-time West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-star, earning a spot on the first team from 2003-05. In each of those three seasons, Napoli was named to second-team all-region honors as a midfielder. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in as a reading specialist in elementary education at Kutztown.
Head Coach boys varsity soccer for Cape Henry Collegiate School in VA Beach, VA
Head Coach of Beach FC U-12 boy’s premier team
VA ODP staff coach
Assistant Coach West Chester University Men’s soccer
Staff coach Vincent United soccer club (girls)
Staff coach Montgomery United (girls, boys)
Active clinician for Rocket Sports (King of Prussia and Philly location off of route 1)
EPYSA ODP staff coach
Academy Director, age group coordinator, Albuquerque United Football Club
Co-Coach ’86 boys white U-18 Albuquerque United Football Club
(State champs, region iv finalists)
Head Coach New Mexico ODP U-17, U-18
’86 team equaled best showing by any team in history of New Mexico ODP program
Team defeated Colorado (ODP national champs ’03) and Cal –South team which featured ’07 MLS #1 draft pick Maurice Edu, Marvelle Wynne (NY Red Bulls) and Sammy Ochoa (Tecoman Mexican 1st Division) Edgar Castillo outstanding player of the New Mexico ’86 team is a current starter for Santos Laguna (Mexican 1st division)
Head Coach New Mexico ODP Young Olympians Program
Rio Vista Football Club staff coach (1yr)
Founder and Coaching Director of the One World Futbol Club in Medellin, Colombia
After school program which focused on player development while offering academic tutorials and ESL instruction. Program sponsored a number of players and helped boys get off the streets of Medellin.
Athletics Director – The New School (El Nuevo Colegio) Medellin, Colombia
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Over twenty years of coaching experience.
2yrs volunteer Assistant Coach Davis and Elkins College in Elkins, WVA
4yrs with various teams and positions with the Richmond Strikers soccer club in Richmond, VA Coached several U-14 and U-19 boy’s teams. A number of players from these teams represented the US in Youth World Cups, World Championships, and Olympics including Brandon Pollard #2 pick of the inaugural MLS draft.
Dave was a three sport varsity letterman at Virginia Wesleyan College (Soccer , Basketball, and Golf) went on to play soccer at Virginia Commonwealth University, and eventually play at Davis and Elkins College Elkins, West VA. Where he graduated in ‘94
Head Coach – Davis and Elkins College
Mark Stollsteimer will be entering his eleventh season as head coach of the Davis and Elkins’s men’s soccer program. Under Stollsteimer, the D&E soccer program has established itself as one of the teams to beat in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and has been ranked in the top ten regionally by the NSCAA the past 3 years. The tradition in men’s soccer runs deep, with the Senator program winning National Championships in 1968 and 1971. Players have achieved many individual accomplishments under coach Stollsteimer, including two of the last three WVIAC Student Athletes of the Year and numerous All-Region and All-Conference selections and 21 of his student athletes receiving all conference academic honors. As a player, coach Stollsteimer brings four years of Division I experience to the program. He was a four year starter for the University of Richmond, as well as a CAA All-conference player and South Atlantic All-Region player. He graduated University of Richmond as the All-Time Assists leader. In high school, he was named to the Long Island Select Team, New York State Team, Eastern Regional Team and was selected for the United States National Team Camp in 1986. Coach Stollsteimer received his bachelor’s degree in education and health and sports sciences from the University of Richmond in 1993 and will get his Master’s Degree in Athletic Coaching Education from West Virginia University in May 2007. He is a member of the NSCAA and holds an Advanced National Diploma. Coach Stollsteimer, and his wife Kathy, have two children; Donovan 5 and Katarina 3.
Assistant Coach – Penn State University
In his first season under 19-year head coach Barry
Gorman, Ryan Defibaugh comes to Penn State from
Division III McDaniel College in Westminster, Md.,
where he served as an assistant for the both the men’s
and women’s soccer teams for the past three years. At
McDaniel, he assisted with the goalkeepers, recruiting
efforts, and administrative duties.
In 2005, the Green Terror won the Centennial
Conference with a 7-1-2 record, allowing just two
goals in league play, and finished the season with a
Under his coaching both the men’s keeper and women’s
keeper ended up on the All-Conference and All-Region
teams. This year, Penn State’s junior goalkeeper was
an All-Big Ten and All-Region Selection.
Defibaugh joined the coaching staff at McDaniel after
a distinguished soccer career at his alma mater. A
four-year starter in goal for the Green Terror,
Defibaugh was a two-time All-Centennial Conference
honoree and an All-Mid-Atlantic Region selection.
The Rockville, Md., native graduated from McDaniel
College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science
and Physical Education in 2002 and completed his
Master’s Degree in Sports Administration at McDaniel
in the spring of 2005. He is currently pursuing his
Master’s Degree in Education.
Head Men’s and Women’s Coach – Moravian College Beginning his eighth season as head men’s and women’s soccer coach at his Alma Mater is Eric Lambinus. In his first seven years at the helm of the Greyhounds, Lambinus has the women’s squad to a 85-37-11 mark and the first four playoff berths the program has ever had with the first-ever berth in the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament in 2005, four appearances in the in Commonwealth Conference Tournament including the championship match in 2005, and the 2003 ECAC Mid-Atlantic Championship match, and he has led the men’s team to a 58-69-11 record, their first playoff appearance in ten years, four Commonwealth Conference playoff berths and two ECAC Tournament appearances.Lambinus graduated from Moravian College in 1994 after an outstanding athletic career for the Greyhounds. On the soccer field, Lambinus was a four-time All Middle Atlantic Conference All-Star (three times on the first team) and led the Greyhounds to a pair of MAC Southern Division Championships in 1990 and 1991. He was a two-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Mid-Atlantic All-American in 1991 and 1992, and Lambinus earned adidas Regional All-Academic honors three times. Lambinus also played tennis at Moravian and served as team captain for both soccer and tennis. He was the soccer team’s MVP as a junior and senior, and the tennis team’s MVP as a senior. Lambinus is third all-time in scoring at Moravian with 88 points in his soccer career with 33 goals and 22 assists while playing his final three seasons as a sweeper.Lambinus came to Moravian after serving as assistant men’s soccer coach, athletic department administrative assistant and finance assistant for the Senior Vice-President of Finance and Management at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.A former professional soccer player and captain of the Reading Rage Soccer Team, Lambinus earned his Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Moravian in 1994 and completed the Master of Health and Physical Education program at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania in May of 1999. He also has his NSCAA national Diploma , passing with distinction.
Head Men’s Coach -Allegheny College
Angelo Panzetta enters his sixth season as head coach of the Allegheny men’s soccer program. A two-time NCAC Coach of the Year, Panzetta already ranks second on the school’s all-time win list, racking up a 55-31-11 overall record during his five seasons.
The Gators’ head coach earned his second NCAC Coach of the Year honor in 2004 after leading Allegheny to their first NCAC Tournament crown. Receiving the automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Championships, the Gators won their first and second round games before falling to eventual 2004 champion, Messiah College. Their win over Transylvania in the opening round was the first post-season victory in Gator soccer history and allowed the Gators to host their first ever post-season contest, a game they won in penalty kicks against Carnegie Mellon University.
In the fall of 2005, Panzetta guided the upstart Gators back to the conference tournament as the No. 3 seed after finishing the regular season with a 5-3-1 mark in league play. Allegheny knocked out second-seeded Oberlin College 1-0 in the semifinals, before falling to undefeated and nationally-ranked Ohio Wesleyan University in the championship.
Panzetta has guided the Gators to top-four NCAC finishes in each of his five seasons as head coach. In 2002, he picked up his first NCAC Coach of the Year honor as he guided the Gators to a 14-6-0 record, tying the school record for wins and earning the a team a spot in the conference championship game. In 2001, his first season at Allegheny, the team posted a 12-4-1 record, and a third-place tie in the NCAC.
A native of Irondequoit, N.Y., Panzetta is a 1989 graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he turned in a standout collegiate career, becoming the school’s first three-time first-team Division III All-American. He led RIT to four NCAA playoff appearances, four Empire Athletic Association titles, and a 55-7-7 record. Panzetta was a two-time EAA Player of the Year, and was inducted into the RIT Sports Hall of Fame in 1994.
Following his career at RIT, Panzetta was selected in the first round of the 1989 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Baltimore Blast. He helped Baltimore to a berth in the MISL championship series in 1990, and finished second in the Rookie of the Year balloting. After two seasons with the Blast, he played three seasons for the National Professional Soccer League’s Harrisburg Heat where he helped the team to three playoff appearances. He is a member of the Harrisburg Heat Hall of Fame and was recently named to the Heat’s All-Decade team for the 1990s.
Before coming to Allegheny, Panzetta served as the top assistant to Dean Foti at Syracuse. During his seven years as an assistant with the Orangemen, Panzetta coached 18 All-Big East Conference selections and he helped the team advance to the Big East Tournament semifinals in 1999 and quarterfinals in 2000. He also earned a master’s degree in exercise science from Syracuse in May of 2000.
Panzetta’s prior coaching experience includes one season at RIT and two seasons as an assistant coach at Gillman High School in Baltimore, Md. He has also coached the New York West Olympic Developmental Program’s Under-17 team and was an evaluator for the Region 1 ODP staff. He is licensed with the United States Soccer Federation, holding an “A” License.
Panzetta and his wife, Gina, currently reside in Meadville with their daughter, Marissa.
Year at Allegheny: sixth
Coaching Record: 55-31-11
Alma Mater: Rochester Institute of Technology, 1989
Hometown: Irondequoit, N.Y.
Previous Coaching Experience:
Syracuse University, assistant coach 1994-2000
●three-time All-America at RIT
first round draft pick in MISL
member of Harrisburg Heat and RIT Halls of Fame
GOVERNOR MIFFLIN HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Soccer Head Coach
Former Head Coach at KAHS
Currently a Special Education Teacher and Head Coach at GMHS
Played professionally in the APSL for the Penn-Jersey Spirit.
Played for the Philadelphia Freedom of the USISL
Played for the Reading Rage of the USISL
Graduate of East Stroudsburg University
2 time NCAA All American
Scored a record 5 goals in the PSAC title game vs. Slippery Rock as a freshman.
Held records for goals and assists in a season, goals and assists for career
Graduate of Kutztown Area High School
Scored 94 career goals
Still holds Berks County record for most goals scored in a season in Berks County League play with 32
Former President, and Secretary of Berks County Boys Soccer Association
WILSON HIGH SCHOOL
Boys & Girls Head Varsity Coach
• 1998 District III AAA Champions
• 2000 Berks County Champions
• 2003 Berks County Champions
• 2002 District III AAA Finalist
• 1998, 2000 Berks County Coach of the Year
Former Coach of RBU and EPYSA ODP programs
Former Moravian College Standout
Former Wilson High Standout
Sixth Grade Teacher at Spring Ridge Elem.
Berks County AAA Coach of the Year – 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005
7-Time Berks County Finalist (Boys)
President – Berks County Boy’s Soccer Coaches Association
Vice President – Berks County Girl’s HS Soccer Coaches Association
NSCAA High School All-American Selection Committee
NSCAA Member since 1996
PSCA State Coaches Association Coach of the Year Committee
Director – Tim Howard Goalkeeper Academy
HEAD COACH- USL Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Former Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Trainer – Pittsburgh Riverhounds – USL Professional A-League
PUBLICATIONS 2002 Co-author: THE SOCCER GOALKEEPER; Techniques*Tactics*Training- 3rd EDITION, Human Kinetics Publishers, Champaign, IL.
1993 Co-author: THE SOCCER GOALKEEPER; 2ND EDITION, Human Kinetics Publishers, Champaign, IL.
1983 Co-author: THE SOCCER GOALKEEPER: A GUIDE FOR PLAYERS & COACHES, Leisure Press, West Point, NY.
1994-present, United States Youth Soccer Association Region I ODP Staff Coach
Region I U-18 coach, representing Region I in inter-regional and international competitions. Competitions include the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles and the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista and over 7 foreign countries.
Head Coach – Quaker Valley High School
Six time PA State Champs 1985, 1991,1993, 1995, 1996. 2000
Nine time PA State Finalists
National Ranking – 1996 #1 UMBRO/NSCAA USA Today
Named NSCAA National High School Coach of the Year in 1996
Former State Director of Coaching & Player Development- PA West Soccer Association.
United States Soccer Federation, “National Youth License”.
United States Soccer Federation, “A” Coaching License.
ADVANCED NATIONAL DIPLOMA awarded by the National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America (NSCAA).
1985 M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh, Pgh., PA, Health and Physical Education,
Area of study: Sports Psychology.
Former Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Trainer – WUSA New York Power’s STAR GOALKEEPER: Gao Hung – Chinese National Team for 12 years
2 World Championships – 1 Gold Medal
Former Goalkeeper Coach:
* Harvard University
* Penn State University
* Hiram College
REGION ONE Goalkeeper Instructor
Ohio ODP Goalkeeper Instructor
Former United States Olympic Festival Goalkeeper for Current MLS Head Coach -John Ellinger – Real Salt Lake
* Penn State University
* New Jersey Eagles
* Boston Bolts
* Orlando Lions
Director – Tim Howard Goalkeeper Academy
Former Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Coach – Hershey Wildcats USL A-League
Joe has Trained and Coached many Top Level Goalkeepers, including:
• Doug Petras – Tampa Bay Mutiny – MLS
• Kahil Azmi – Morocco World Cup Keeper in 1994
• John Busch – MLS Columbus Crew Starting GK and National Team pool
• Billy Gaudette – 3 Year Starter for St. John’s Final 4 Team
Former Goalkeeper Coach – Reading Rage USISL – D3 Pro League
4 year Starting Goalkeeper – Shippensburg University
Former Assistant Coach – Shippensburg University
Former Assistant Coach – Kennett High School
Head Coach Lower Dauphin High School – 1990-2000
• 5 Time MID-PENN League Coach of the Year
Current Goalkeeper Instructor for the PA. Classics Soccer Club