Rudy Fuller is currently the Head Coach of the University of Pennsylvania. In his fourteen seasons, Fuller has completely transformed the program into one of the elite soccer programs in the country. In 2010, Penn compiled a 13-6-0 record and finished second in the Ivy League with a 5-2-0 record. The 2010 Penn squad included five former Elite 300 All-Star selections. Fuller has been named the Philadelphia Soccer Seven Coach of the Year in four of the past six seasons. He has also served as an assistant coach with the U.S. U-15 National Team.
Keith Tabatznik, now President of ktsoccerworld.com – an educational website for players and coaches – guided Georgetown University soccer to national prominence during 22 years as head coach. Finishing with 220 wins under his belt, Tabatznik is Georgetown’s all-time winningest soccer coach and ended amongst the top 35 active collegiate coaches in wins.
In 25 years coaching at the college level, Wagner has earned a reputation for developing talented young soccer players and turning teams into nationally competitive programs. Emphasizing intelligent, creative attacking play, an honest work ethic, and hard-nosed, disciplined defending, Wagner’s team had a +36 goal differential in ’10, the best in program history. In the past ten seasons, the Garnet have had 38 All-Centennial Conference players, 66 Academic All-Conference selections, 17 Regional All-Americans, five Academic All-Americans, five All-American selections and two players sign professional soccer contracts (Morgan Langley ’11 and Ladule Lako Lo Sarah ’09).
After helping the University of Maryland men’s soccer team to two NCAA national championships, Rob Vartughian now serves as Assistant Coach/Goalkeeper Coordinator for Philadelphia Union. In his time with Maryland, the versatile Vartughian was instrumental not only in working with the keepers, but with all aspects of the program.