Pipeline Soccer Club, a non-profit organization, believes the measure of a club lies in the quality and performance of its players and staff on the field, and their character and contributions off the field. Therefore, it is the mission of Pipeline Soccer Club to:
Identify and develop the best players
- Prepare players for competition both on and off the field
- Promote a high sense of personal achievement
- Through soccer, encourage personal leadership in the community.
To accomplish this result, Pipeline Soccer Club shall provide its members an athletic experience of the highest quality with the most affordability – embracing strength and agility training, nutrition and sports psychology, facilitated by professional soccer players, sports nutritionists, strength and conditioning coaches, and sports psychologists.
By attracting the best professional soccer trainers, coaches, and support personnel, we will develop and inspire the competitive character, spirit, and performance of every member and team in achieving its highest potential. Overall, it is our expectation that our philosophy and approach will improve individual performance in all core soccer competencies: nutrition, strength/conditioning, fundamentals/skills, tactical, and psychological. This will consistently prepare our members to achieve success as student-athletes and teammates at the high school and collegiate levels, and as professionals.
Our legacy will be to always welcome former players and their families to the club; to celebrate the winning traditions of the club and achievements of its members; and to make a positive difference to the game of soccer in our respective communities.
The club was founded in 2011 by Sean Rush, Santino Quaranta, and others interested in forming a soccer club for youth based on professionalism and the highest standards of teaching the game. The club started with just three teams that spring. The following fall season, the club formed a total of 21 teams. As of June 2015, the club has 49 club teams consisting of boys and girls, ages 7 to 18. This is in addition to the Recreation program and Academies that are run for players 4-10 years of age. The club also co-founded Baltimore Armour, a US Soccer Development Academy. The club is represented by two Men's team playing in the Maryland Majors League (Division I & II).
The club has non-profit status (501c3). All fees go towards the program and the running of its teams and programs. Like all clubs, we rely heavily on volunteers, parents, and the community to serve the youth of the region.
Contact Club President, Sean Rush, to make a donation to the club or to discussion partnerships or sponsorship.
Director of Coaching, Boys Program: DANNY SKELTON
Director of Coaching, Girls Program: DOUG PRYOR
Technical Director: LEE TSCHANTRET
Club-wide Technical Trainer: PETE SARIOGLOU
Club Registrar (MSYSA and U.S. Club): WILLIAM REDFERN
Director of Uniforms/Apparel: AARON VELKY
Director of Goalkeeper Program: MIKE RADCLIFFE
Head of Baltimore Operations: PHIL GREATWICH
Director of Team Managers: AARON PARKER
President: SEAN RUSH
Vice President: SANTINO QUARANTA
Secretary: WILLIAM REDFERN
Treasurer: MARYANN RUSH
Member-at-Large: DOUG PRYOR
Member-at-Large: DANNY SKELTON
Member-at-Large: LEE TSCHANTRET
Pipeline SC is a growing non-profit club serving the central Maryland community. For internships, coaching, executive and administrative opportunities, visit: