Doug has over 16+ years of playing experience. Originally from Ghana, he has been playing soccer since he could walk. Doug played high school soccer at Loyola Blakefield and started on Varsity as a Freshman. Doug attended college at Elmira and played all 4 years, and was a starter as a freshman. He currently plays in the Maryland majors. Doug has been working under Lee Tschantret on and off at Loyola Blakefield.
Ali played on the U.S. Youth National teams for five years. With the U-21, National team she played with Mia Hamm, Abby Wambach, Carli Loyd, and several other current US National team players. Ali competed for the USA against Brazil, Mexico, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and China. She also played against Australia, Japan, Holland, and China with the All-American team. Ali has played in 15 countries around the world with the National team, All-American team, and the East Coast Regional team.
Ali played youth soccer for a #1 ranked club team. She then attended the University of Maryland for 2 years where she was the leading scorer her freshman year. Ali transferred to Loyola College where she broke the scoring records in only two years, and was 2-time conference player of the year for soccer and conference student-athlete of the year for all conference sports.
Ali played for the 2007 National Championship team, the Washington Freedom. At the end of the 2007 season Ali was the 2nd leading scorer in the country and leading scorer for the Freedom, leading the Freedom to the National championship game against the Atlanta Silverbacks. Ali was named to the all-conference team in her rookie debut. Ali continued to play with the Freedom for 1 more year until she was picked up by the Colorado Force. Ali periodically flew out to Colorado to compete in games for the Force's 2010 season while residing in Baltimore. Ali then played for ACF Torino for 2 years and is now currently playing with the Chesapeake Charge.
Becca Bazemore grew up playing soccer in Harford County where she attended C. Milton Wright High School. She was a member of the varsity squad that competed for a State Championship in 2008. After high school she attended Harford Community College where she started two years for Jason Muffolletto as an outside back. She tallied 6 goals and 13 assists as an All Region XX defender during those two years, and captained her team to a National Tournament appearance. She was then recruited to play Division 1 at Youngstown State University and stayed one short year before transferring home to Towson University. She joined the MD Pride in 2008 and played 3 years of semi pro ball in the WPSL. In 2011 she earned training time with the Washington Freedom who eventually folded with the WPS later that year.
After 4 major ligament tears, she decided to focus on coaching and became the Director of Soccer at PerformFit Sports where she currently works as a Performance Coach. She has coached girls teams at CMW HS, Cardiff FC, Baltimore Bays, and HFC ranging from u8 to u18. Her passion for soccer has brought her to Pipeline where she continues to expand her knowledge of soccer through USSF and NSCAA licensing, while continuing her playing career in the WPSL and serving as a Board Member for the Craig Willinger Fund.
Matt played youth soccer for the Casa Mia Bays from U-8 to U-19 where he won 6 Maryland State Championships, 5 Region 1 Championships, Two-Time USYSA National Runner-Up, and Two-Time USYSA National Champion.
He was a 4 year starter at McDonogh School serving as team captain Junior and Senior year, culminating senior year with a 20-2-2 record and an MIAA A Conference Championship and a #3 National Ranking. A three-time All-Baltimore County and All-Metro selection, three-time All-State, Two-Time All-South, 2004 NSCAA Adidas All-American and 2004 Maryland State, All-County, and All-Metro Player of the Year. Finished high school career with 68 career goals and 31 career assists.
Attended the University of Maryland College Park playing two season and won the 2005 NCAA Division 1 National Championship as a freshman. Transferred to Towson University and for final two seasons, helped team to CAA Conference Championship game Junior year.
Javier Bermudez is from Madrid, Spain. He grew up playing soccer in Spain were he competed at the highest level of competition for professional team C.F Pozuelo De Alarcon and C.F Rayo Majadahonda, in addition to coaching for 3 years. He attended Towson University were he played D-1 for four years and was named team co-captain his senior year. He graduated with a Bachelors degree in Business in 2012. Javier has been coaching for Pipeline since 2013 and plays for Pipeline Men's soccer team in the Maryland Major Soccer League.
Geoff grew up playing NCSL D1 with the Accokeek Blue Devils and Played Varsity soccer at LaPlata High School 1999-2003. All SMAC first team honors 2002-2003. After High school he attended NC Wesleyan, a USA South conference power house. During the season he volunteered at the YMCA to help train kids soccer. After one semester he moved back to MD and attended PGCC playing on the mens soccer team. While there, he earned all JUCO first team honors and All-American honors. Geoff then moved to the College of Southern Maryland to finish up his degree.
While finishing his degree, Geoff played futsal with SMFC, and participated in multiple futsal state cups. During this time Geoff was also was a trainer with the Junior Terps soccer club. He currently plays for the Baltimore Juniors of the Maryland Majors league.
Coach Ian has been involved with the game of Soccer for over 35 years, over 30 years as a player. He has represented schools and clubs at all age groups both in his Native homeland of Trinidad & Tobago and in the United States. He had a stellar high school career winning multiple division titles, which resulted in him getting a full scholarship to play for Pennsylvania State University (State College). In 1993, he received a National Outstanding Academic and Athletic Achievement Award, and was named Northeast Conference Scholar Athlete for Men’s Soccer. His playing career has allowed him to play against and alongside some world renowned soccer players, and being coached by some of the best in the business.
Ian is NSCAA National Diploma certificate holder. He also holds a NSCAA Player Development Curriculum Diploma (Ages 5-18), and completed the Trainer – Coach Education program at AJAX Academy. He is also the head coach at Poly in Baltimore.
Coach Tony started his soccer career early, playing with the Pompei Soccer Club. He then went on to win a title with Archbishop Curley High School. After high school, Coach Tony joined the Division 1 Loyola University Greyhounds where he and his team celebrated many ECAC conference titles.
He has been a youth soccer coach for over 30 years, including time with the Baltimore Bays and now with Pipeline SC. Tony led his Pipeline eam to the 2014 State Cup finals. He also has been assistant coach of John Carroll HS Women's Varsity for 6 years.
Ryan was a stellar high school athlete at Friends School of Baltimore where he played varsity in 3 sports all four years. He received the school’s top athletic awards, All-MIAA selections in all sports and was named Maryland Athlete of the Year by the Baltimore Messenger. Ryan went to Towson University for lacrosse but claims soccer to be his true passion. This is apparent in the way he approaches each training session and game.
Ryan’s coaching began while working technical and tactical soccer camps with his father, a long time varea soccer coach, and has extended to being instrumental in helping run Gilman’s ESF Sports Camps since 2009. In 2015 he received the highest award at ESF, the Master Teacher Award. Ryan’s dedication to coaching connected him to Pipeline in 2014 where he has been able to pursue his goal of advancing youth soccer to its highest level. Ryan is currently coaching as Santino Quaranta’s assistant for the Pipeline Girls 2002 and 2003 black teams.
Tom grew up playing soccer in Maryland, attending Loyola High School. He went off to LeMoyne College to play DII soccer, before transferring to Loyola University in MD, where he finished his college career playing on the club team. During his senior season, the squad would finish #2 in Region 1, and climb into the top 25 nationally.
After graduating, he was hired as the head coach of the club team at Loyola Univ. During his 12 years there, he built the squad into one of the top club teams in the region. He received the Club Sports Outstanding Leadership award from Loyola in 2007. His squad won back-to-back Clemson University Spring Invitational championships in 2013 and 2014. Tom is the player-coach for the Pipeline Men Red team. He helped lead the squad to a league championship in 2013, followed by a strong run to the semifinals of the Morton State Cup.
Kyle holds a USSF D License and has been coaching soccer in Baltimore City since 2007. Hailing from Minnesota, Kyle landed his first coaching job at Friends High School shortly after relocating to the East Coast. Kyle joined Pipeline Soccer Club in the summer of 2013. In his first season with Pipeline, he completely transformed his U14 Boys Red team, which led to him being offered the U8 Black team for the 2014-2015 season. As the JV Boys Head Coach, he has developed a knack for taking good players and making them great. At Friends School, 8 of his players at Friends School made the jump from JV to Varsity.
Born in Logan, Utah, Flores played college soccer at the Saint Mary's College of California. Flores spent most of his professional career in South America, playing for Chacarita Juniors in Argentina, and The Strongest and Club Bolivar in Bolivia. Flores played in the Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana for The Strongest against teams such as Sao Paulo and Boca Juniors. He returned to the United States to train with Chivas USA and to play with Crystal Palace USA.
Born in Brighton, England, Philip joined professional Division 3 Brighton and Hove Albion FC at the age of 9 and was there for 8 years until 17. Played at several clubs after that in England before being called up to the full Philippine National Team at the age of 18, scoring on his debut against Cambodia in front of 30,000 people. Has had 9 more caps. Represented his county (Sussex) in countries such as France, Germany and Spain. Joined Towson University Mens Soccer team in 2007 and started all four years. Graduated with a Sports Management degree. Gained his coaching qualifications in England at Bhasvic and has coached in Asia, America and the UK.
Heddinger started his soccer career playing with SCB Bays, BFC and Baltimore Sidekicks. He was a two year starter at Archbishop Curley High School. Justin played one season at CCBC-Essex in 2006 where he was named second team All-Region.
Hayley Howe is currently the Head Coach of John Carroll Women's soccer (IAAM "A" Conference). Her time prior to John Carroll was spent coaching the Catoctin High School varsity squad in Frederick for 4 seasons before moving to Baltimore. Her playing resume includes 6 years after college with the Maryland Pride of the Women's Premiere Soccer League (WPSL) in the center-mid, center-back and right-back positions. She played center midfield for her college, Mount St. Mary's University (Div. I), where she was captain her senior year. Her high school years were split playing for the Independent Soccer Club of the Eastern Shore and the Bethesda Devils (WAGS). She competed internationally in Sweden and Denmark with the Devils. At Snow Hill High School, she was a 4-year captain and still holds the school record for goals-scored with 75 in her career. Hayley earned 1st Team All-Conference sophomore through senior years and All-State honors her senior year with SHHS. She also received varsity letters in basketball, softball and tennis. Hayley is a US Soccer licensed coach.
Born in Tehran in 1959, Reza played high school and club soccer there until he moved to Kansas City in 1978. Reza played at the University of Missouri, while attending engineering school. He moved to Pennsylvania in 1987 and played for different teams in Southern PA.
Reza moved to Baltimore County in 1990 and started coaching youth soccer. He has coached for the at the club, high school, and college levels. Reza holds a multitude of USSF and NSCAA licenses.
Muffeletto has been the women's head coach at Harford CC since the 2004 season, and he took over as the head coach of the men's program in 2010. During that time, he has won seven MD JUCO titles, four Region XX Championships, four District Championships, and mentored a total of nine NJCAA All-Americans.
As a player, Muffoletto trained at the professional level with Brazilian clubs Remo and Paysandu and was a four-year member of the Olympic Development Program as an amateur, during which he was an adidas Golden Glove award-winner.
Joe hails from London and holds a UEFA license. Joe played at Division 1 Towson University. O'Rourke started 16 games as a senior. He ranked third on the team with five goals ... fourth on the team with 12 points ... led Tigers to win over UMBC by scoring two goals ... tallied a goal with an assist in 3-2 win over George Mason ... scored a goal against UNC Wilmington and Georgia State ... also had an assist against Drexel ... took 22 shots. Transfer from C.W. Post who appeared in all 17 games ... started 12 times, including first eight games ... scored a goal with an assist ... recorded an assist in season opener against Rutgers ... scored a goal in season finale at James Madison ... attempted five shots, including two shots at Delaware.
O'rourke began his career at Long Island University (c.w. post) He played in 29 games and started 26 times in two years with the Pioneers ... named as East Coast Conference Rookie of the Year in 2007 ... also earned first team All-ECC notice ... led Pioneers with 10 goals as a freshman while starting 16 of 17 games ... two-time ECC Rookie of the Week selection ... tallied game-winning goal against Queens College ... scored one goal with three assists as a sophmore.
Will Prochazka has 32 years of experience playing, coaching, and refereeing soccer in the Baltimore area where he learned to play soccer from his great grandfather Vernon Reese, a US Soccer Hall of Famer. As a youth he had great success where he won numerous local, state and regional championships which include playing in the National Youth championship. Will was a 4 year varsity starter for Overlea High School in Baltimore, MD with rankings as high as #2 in the Baltimore Sun. Will has been coaching with Pipeline since 2013 and holds a USSF coaching license.
Santino, a Baltimore native, was drafted 8th overall in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft by D.C. United. He played club soccer as a youth with Soccer Club of Maryland. At 16 years and 4 months, Quaranta was the youngest player to ever sign with MLS at the time. He scored 25 goals in Major League Soccer playing with DC United, LA Galaxy, and NY Red Bulls.
As a national team player, Quaranta had 15 caps and scored in the CONCACAF Gold Cup versus Honduras. Santino is a founding board member of Pipeline Soccer Club. At the conclusion of the 2011 MLS season, Santino chose to retire from professional soccer instead of relocating himself and his family to play for another MLS club. His focus is now on Pipeline, his family, and his post-playing career. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santino_Quaranta
Tommy, father to Pipeline's Santino and Tommy III, played at the highest level of soccer in Baltimore for over 25 years. He was a 2-time All-State player at Archbishop Curley High School. He was also an All-American at Essex Community College. He was a member of the US MNT Player Pool in 1979/1980.
He has coached for over 15 years of at the highest levels of club soccer. Tommy was one of the original coaches of the Baltimore Bays, formerly known as Soccer Club of Baltimore. Tommy has won 9 State Cups as a coach, 4 Region 1 Championship, plus 2 Championship Finals. Many of Tommy's former youth players, including Santino Quaranta and Sean Rush, went on to have professional soccer careers.
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Tommy starred at Wilmington University where he led the team to many successes in league and tournament play. Tommy also played one season at CCBC-Essex in 2007 where he helped lead the team to a 13-7-1 overall record, winning the regional championship and finishing eighth in the country. Tommy played at Perry Hall High School and was named All-County as a senior
Mike comes to Pipeline with a background that will develop goalkeepers the right way and continue their growth in one of soccerʼs tougher positions. Currently, Mike is the GK Coach at Stevenson University. Under his tutelage, goalkeeper Ryan Flannelly was named to the All-CAC Second Team in 2009 after leading the CAC with a .853 save percentage and five shutouts.
A 2009 graduate of McDaniel, Radcliffe played four seasons for the Green Terror from 2005-08. In 2005 the team won the Centennial Conference regular season title. Radcliffe totaled 40 saves and a .714 saves percentage at McDaniel and ranks fourth in school history in saves per game.
Radcliffe is the Assistant Director of ODP Goalkeeper training for the state of Maryland, and head goalkeeper trainer at youth and College ID soccer camps ran by former U.S. National Team player and college coach Rob Ryerson. Radcliffe is NSCAA Level 2 Goalkeeping certified.
Will has worked in several clubs as a coach, board member, and administrator. William is licensed by US Soccer and has coached both boys and girls, ages 6 to 18 years of age. Will is one of the original five founding board members of the club and sits on the Executive Board. He also coaches two teams in the club. Will is also a Pipeline parent and brings that perspective to the Board.
Professionally, he brings organizational, technical, and business development skills to the Executive Board. He has done Business Development work in the areas of insurance, IT consulting and business process outsourcing for companies such as Syscom, Prolease India, and IBM Global Services.
Maryann Rush has been involved with youth soccer in Maryland for 25 years. She has held positions as the Executive Vice President of the Maryland State Youth Soccer Association, the Director of the Maryland State Cup, an Administrator of the Maryland State Olympic Development Program, an Administrator of the Baltimore Football Club and many local youth soccer organizations.
Maryann is President of ML Rush Real Property Service, a multi-faceted appraisal, brokerage, and building & development company. She is also a Commissioner for the MD Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors Board, a Certified Appraiser, a Member of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, and the Natl. Assoc. of Realtors and the MD Assoc. of Appraisers.
Sean Rush is a Baltimore, Maryland native. He played club soccer as a youth with Baltimore Football Club. He has played professionally in Italy, Brazil, Portugal and the United States.
Rush is the Director of the International Soccer School in Maryland. Rush has coached youth teams in Brazil and Portugal and won state and national titles as a youth player. Rush is a USSF licensed coach.
Coach Brad played his youth soccer in southern Pennsylvania at Fairfield High School and Supernova Football Club. He played varsity all four years at Fairfield, serving as team captain his junior and senior years. He helped Supernova FC reach the Pennsylvania Indoor State Cup finals and the Disney Showcase finals in 1999/2000.
Brad has been coaching youth boys and girls for over five years and holds a USSF license. He has a passion for helping players develop confidence, technical ability, soccer IQ, and competitive desire while nurturing their love of the game.
Coach Pete is originally from Greece. He was awarded the 2009 Maryland Youth Coach of the Year and has been coaching youth soccer for over 12 years. His playing experience includes a youth club team in Ptolemaida Greece and club soccer in Baltimore. He holds a USSF License and has been the coach of the Pro Soccer Academy FC 98 Boys team, which is the 2014 Maryland State Champions. Coach Pete is also an active member of the Local Organizing Committee for the National Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). His coaching expertise is in developing players to their maximum potential both physically and mentally, while instilling a passion and love for the game of soccer.
Yianni played his collegiate soccer at Stevenson University. He won the following awards: 2014 All-Commonwealth Sportsman Award, 2014 All-Commonwealth Conference Second Team, 2013 All-Conference Second Team & 2011 CAC Rookie of the Year.
As a senior, he appeared in 19 of the Mustangs 20 games while making 17 starts. He led the team with 14 points and four assists while ranking tied for first with five goals and totaled a season-high three points with a goal and an assist in a win over Rosemont.
During his high school playing career at Calvert Hall, Schultz was a starter for the 2003 team that won the MIAA Championship. He was named to the All-MIAA, All Baltimore County, and All State team as a senior. After high school, he played for Washington College where he was named to the All-Centennial Conference second team 3 years in a row and was the male winner of Washington College’s 2009 Eldridge Eliason Award. He was also a two-year team captain.
Schultz returned to Washington College as an assistant coach during the 2009-2011 seasons under head coach, Drew Hoffman. Schultz holds a USSF National "C" coaching license and a NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma. Schultz also serves as an assistant coach for Calvert Hall’s varsity soccer team.
Danny’s successful resume contains four years as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Perry Hall High School where he compiled a record of 61-2-11 and led the program to two consecutive Maryland State title appearances in 2008 and 2009. He also led the program to three Baltimore County titles during the four years and was named the Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro Boys Coach of the Year in 2009.
In his first year as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach for St. Paul’s School, Danny guided the Crusaders to the Championship of the MIAA B Conference. Skelton was also selected as the NSCAA Private School Coach of the year for the state for 2011. In the tradition of “For Players by Players”, prior to beginning his coaching career at Patapsco High School, Danny was a standout player and captain at Towson University. Danny is now head coach at Dulaney HS.
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Barnie grew up playing soccer in Germany and the UK before relocating to the United States. He played with the Cheltenham Town and Forest Green Rovers Academies before attending the University of Gloucester, where he played as well. Barnie spent two years as an assistant coach of the University of Gloucester Men's team.
Since relocating to the United States, Barnie has worked as a coach with SAC, FC York, and others. He is a professional coach working with Challenger Sports British Soccer. He currently plays on a Maryland Majors team as well.
Tschantret has a professional player resume to rival the best. He was the Captain of the US National Futsal Team, a CONCACAF Gold Medal Winner and Futsal World Cup player. He competed and captained in the 2007 Pan Am Olympic Games with the US National Futsal Team. He has been playing professional soccer, indoor and outdoor, for over 20 years. He has played professionally in both Italy and Greece. He has won 4 Indoor Soccer Championships and he is the 14th player in MISL history to have scored over 1000 points. Lee was also an All Star and voted to the All-League Team in the A-league as a professional outdoor player.
As a coach, Tschantret is unequivocally qualified at the highest level. He holds a USSF Coach "A" license and a Masters Degree in Coaching. He has traveled to Europe to study and learn from Academy coaches in England and Italy and maintains strong coaching relationships throughout Europe. Currently, he is Head Varsity Soccer Coach and a Physical Education teacher for Loyola Blakefield high school. Tschantret was twice named "Coach of the Year" after Loyola won the MIAA "A" championship in both 2012 and 2014. Most recently, Lee was appointed to a staff position with the U18 MNT training program.
Aaron Velky attended High Point High School, winning soccer honors at center midfield each year despite missing the tail end of his senior season with a torn quadriceps. Velky frequently shares his story of injury to those that he coaches as a way to illustrate the hurdles young players will face. After working to overcome his injury, Velky walked onto the Division I men’s' team at University of Maryland Baltimore County and played for 3 years.
After graduation, Aaron won the DC United SuperCopa IV and the championship in the Maryland International League in 2009 with Latino powerhouse La Chapin. Aaron now plays with the Pipeline Men's team in the Maryland Majors Soccer League as an outside back or midfielder. He began coaching with Pipeline's Winter Academy, and added his business acumen later, signing on as the administrative director.
Originally hailing from Rome, Italy, Matteo Vertucci started his youth career in Italy where he enjoyed a succesful career. He later moved to the U.S. and attended high school in Florida while being part of the esteemed IMG Academy. He then attended Towson University where he was a key player while earning his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.
Matt played club soccer with Baltimore Football Club and then Baltimore Bays. He won 3 State Cups and made it to a regional final. He played his Varsity soccer at Archbishop Curley where he earned All-MIAA, All-City/County, and All-Metro individual awards. Matt then went onto Divison I UMBC on a soccer scholarship where he immediately won the Ed Veit Award for the most outstanding freshman. After college, he played with the Maryland Bays where the team was a U23 National Finalist, a USASA Amateur Cup Quarterfinalist, and the 2015 Open Cup Champion.
Matt was the head coach at Towson Catholic and now is the Head JV Coach at his alma mater, Archbishop Curley. He led them to the finals in 2015 and a title in 2013.
Lou Webster has been coaching at the highest levels of youth soccer since 2003. He brings a vast amount of coaching experience to Pipeline Soccer Club. During his years of coaching he has produced ODP stand out players and numerous county and state award winners for their accomplishments on the field of play at the high school level. Lou strongly believes that the basis of a great soccer player begins with a strong foundation of technical skills that are taught at the early ages and built upon as they mature into a successful players.
Rich Zinkand is a 1987 graduate of Calvert Hall High School where he played under legendary Coach Bill Karpovich. His teams won two Championships. After graduating from Calvert Hall, Rich played four years at Towson University and helped the Tigers to an East Coast Conference Championship. Rich returned to Calvert Hall as an assistant coach and a member of the English Department in 1998.
After spending 3 years as an assistant coach with the varsity soccer program, he became head coach of the men’s program at The Community College of Baltimore County(CCBC-Essex )in 2002. His teams won five Region XX Championships and advanced to the NJCAA Final 8 twice. Rich currently is the varsity soccer coach at Calvert Hall. The Cardinals have been semi-finalists four of his five years as the coach. Rich also has coached in the Maryland ODP Program and various club teams in the area.