Christian Quinones

Christian after winning the National Championship game
Christian after winning the National Championship game

Christian attended Colaiste Ide after I coached him in high school, quite a commitment given the fact he was living in America when he got accepted. After a year playing at Ide under the mentorship of Jim Conroy and Danny Crowley, Christian gained a soccer scholarship to Martin Methodist University in Tennessee. He then went on to have a stellar season anchoring their midfield in his freshman year and winning a National Championship in 2013. Congrats Christian, keep up the good work!

Josh Choice

Josh also played for me in high school and gained a soccer scholarship to Winthrop University. Josh is one of the most gifted athletes I have had the honor of coaching and he is also the nicest guy you will come across. As of 2015 Josh is currently playing at Lenoir-Rhyne University in his senior year. Best of luck Josh!

Chip Sanders

This young man from South Georgia played professionally in Ireland for Waterford United and had a career in the USL before his departure and upon his return from overseas. Chip was a fantastic young man to work with and was blessed wit for an ideal stature for his position. He really filled out his frame once he went to college as well as hone his skills at Davidson. This was there for all to see as he took his career to a new level in the League of Ireland as he continued to develop.


Marcus Diaz

Marcus attended Georgia Southwestern University and then my Alma mater, Thomas University for his junior and senior years. Marcus’ older brother are both fantastic young men with great athletic ability who have achieved a lot in a small space of time. Marcus was always the most reliable player on the field, dedicated and committed to his craft.

Montavious Diaz

Montavious hold multiple scoring records, a speedier with a natural finishing ability on the soccer pitch, he excelled throughout his career.



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