Radnor Soccer Club Coaches
2018-2019 Coach Bios
Director of Soccer
Alan has coached soccer for 24 years and has managed and directed soccer clubs for almost a decade. He has deep roots in our community; his father was a former President of Radnor Soccer Club. Alan first played soccer with RSC, as a player in the rec league and in travel soccer before moving on to play for FC Delco and the Radnor High School team.
He served as Head Coach of the varsity boys Radnor High School soccer team from 1999-2002, leading the program to a 64-21-9 record. Radnor captured the school's first ever district title in 2000 and another in 2002. The team competed in three consecutive PIAA state playoffs.
Alan’s success at RHS led to offers to coach at Villanova University and the FC Delco soccer club. A 1996 Villanova graduate, he joined the Villanova men's soccer staff as an assistant coach in 2003. As a Head Coach at FC Delco from 2000 to 2003, Alan led his team to state, regional and national titles each year. His overall record with the club in that span was 55-3-4 and includes 3 USYSA national championships as head coach, 5 USYSA regional titles, countless EPYSA state titles. He was later promoted to Director of the Club.
Alan has taught Social Studies at Radnor High School for the last 15 years. He has two children and resides in Conshohocken, PA.
Alan was honored as an inductee into the Radnor High School Soccer Hall of Fame in 2018.
David will enter his tenth season this fall as the men's soccer head coach at Penn State Abington. During the past nine seasons, the Blue and White have posted 95 wins while earning playoff berths in the NCAA Division III tournament and the ECAC tournament.
In 2017, David’s Penn State Abington team went undefeated in its conference and was awarded a bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs. David was named the North Eastern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and placed six players on the All-Conference team.
David holds a 95-65-12 overall record since 2005 for the Nittany Lions. He led the team to four ECAC appearances in the 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2013 seasons. Throughout the course of his coaching career, he has produced a total of fourty-eight men's players that were recognized by the North Eastern Athletic Conference.
He has served as the Head Coach of the U12, U13, and U15 Continental FC Delco Academy and the Head Coach of the Reading United A.C. for the 2014 USL Premier Development League.
As a youth player, David played on the U.S. U17 & U20 National Team. Bi-lingual, he turned professional with C.D. Motagua in the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras in 2002. He signed with the Colorado Rapids in 2004 and also played for the Minnesota Thunder and Virginia Beach Mariners of USL.
In 2005, David moved indoors with the Philadelphia KiXX of the Major Indoor Soccer League. He played for the KiXX until the team ceased operations in 2010. During that time, the KiXX won the 2007 MISL championship.
Director of Coaching for Travel Soccer and Coach 2009 Boys Samba
Kirk joined RSC in 2017 as our Director of Coaching – Boys Travel. This year, he will serve as Director of Coaching for the entire travel program. In that capacity, he will oversee the trainers and teams for the travel program, from the U7 Developmental Program on up. Among other things, he will ensure a consistent approach to training across the age groups and levels. He will also again serve as the Trainer for our 2009 Samba team.
Kirk brings vast, high quality experience as a player and coach to Radnor. After being selected the Gatorade Pennsylvania Player of the Year and a High School All American in 2000, he went on to become an All American at Syracuse University. He became the sixth all-time leading goal scorer and one of only seven players in the history of Syracuse to average more than .25 assists per game. He was elected to the FC Delco Hall of Fame in 2005.
Since returning to coach at FC Delco (now Continental FC), he has held numerous coaching positions, including as Coach of its Academy, Head Coach for Boys Teams from U9 to U19, and Assistant Director of Coaching. He had primary responsibility for creating Continental FC’s soccer curriculum for its U8 - U12 Boys Program. He has also served as Head Soccer Coach at Downingtown East High School and as an Assistant Coach at West Chester University.
Martin came to Radnor Soccer Club in 2017. Prior to joining RSC, he coached for seven years with the Ukrainian Nationals Soccer Club. He has also coached at many soccer camps, including Temple University’s.
Martin played for Temple from 2006-2010 and served as Captain of the team. He was named to the Philadelphia Soccer Six All-City Team and the All Atlantic 10 Conference Team. He played club soccer at FC Delco, winning 5 state championships, a Region 1 title and 3d place at the USYSA National Championships.
Martin holds USSF National Class E and F coaching licenses.
2007 Girls Samba and 2006 Girls Samba
NSCAA National Diploma, Binghampton, NY
NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, Binghampton, NY
Age group Coordinator Westmont Soccer Club
Head Coach FCDELCO Lightning (07-12)
Former Head Coach Upper Merion High School (F)
Former Keystone State Games Head Coach
Former Director EDP Training PAGS
Staff Coach Pro Select Soccer Training (San Diego, Ca. Rio de Janeiro, Br.)
EPYSA ODP Coach 1997-Present
Assistant Director Training Camps British Virgin Gorda, BVI. St Maarten’s, Netherland Antilles
Awarded the EPYSA Excellence in Coaching Award in 2018
13 State Championships (CRUSA, FC BUCKS, FC DELCO) Eastern PA
Regional Championship, FC BUCKS, 2004 asst.
US Club National Championship (FC DELCO 2009)
Current President PAGS
Head Coach FC Bucks U17 Girls ECNL team
Coach 2008 Girls Samba and 2005 Girls Samba
Licenses: USSF D license
Coaching Experience: Jake brings 10 years of coaching experience to RSC, including coaching the Haverford College men's team and the Radnor High School Girls Varsity Soccer Team.
Soccer Experience: Jake played youth soccer locally with Radnor Soccer Club and later FC Delco. A Radnor High School alumnus, he was a 3-year varsity player recognized as All-Central League and team MVP. He went on to be a 4-year starter and 3-year captain at Haverford College where he won All-Centennial Conference honors, was named to the NSCAA All-Region team, and won team MVP. He has international playing experience in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Jake is an educator, who has taught at Germantown Friends, Penn Wood High School, and Johnson and Wales University. He has a B.A. in Philosophy from Haverford College and an M.A. in Secondary Mathematics Education from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jake was honored as an inductee into the Radnor High School Soccer Hall of Fame in 2018.
Coach 2011 Girls Samba
Licenses: USSF certified
Diana has coached youth soccer for 10 years, most of those with Radnor Soccer Club. In 2017, she led the RSC 2006 Girls Samba team to an undefeated record in the Central League, the finals of the Jack Walsh Memorial Cup and a YSC indoor title.
Diana was a two sport varsity athlete at Cabrini College (soccer and softball). A 4-year soccer player for the Lady Cavs, she and her teammates won the division title her junior year.
She completed a Bachelor's of Science in Education at Cabrini and currently is the Technology Teacher at Saint Anastasia School.
Coach 2007 Boys Samba
Coaching Experience: Rodrigo has been coaching youth soccer for six years with RSC. An alumnus of Radnor High School, he currently serves as an Assistant Coach with the Radnor High School boys' varsity program. He is also directing the Radnor Soccer League K-4 program this spring.
Soccer Experience: Rodrigo's 20 years of playing experience include club soccer locally with Radnor Soccer Club and later FC Delco.
Rodrigo attended and played soccer at both Washington University in St. Louis and Franklin and Marshall College.
Rodrigo was honored as an inductee into the Radnor High School Soccer Hall of Fame in 2018.
Licenses: Nationally certified with a NSCAA Premier Diploma
Coaching Experience: Current head coach for Radnor High School Boys Soccer, who won the 2016 District One AAA Title and made the District One playoffs in 2017. Head coach for Radnor High School Girls Soccer for six years (75-25-14) and the assistant coach on the Boys team when they won the 2014 PIAA AA State Championship. Before moving to RSC, Joe coached club soccer with the nationally acclaimed FC Delco club for seven years and won the 2013 U-18 Boys NCS State Cup Championship. He spent two years coaching with Continental FC.
Soccer Experience: Joe played locally at Archbishop Carroll High School. He was a two-time captain, Catholic League MVP of the Southern Division, and was All-Southeastern Pennsylvania. Joe continued to play Division I soccer at Villanova University, and was a two-time captain.
Joe currently is teaching English at Radnor High School
License: National D Soccer License from U.S. Soccer
Coaching Experience: Stacey Adams has over 19 years experience coaching soccer at the collegiate level, mostly Division I and more recently at Division III, as Assistant Coach for the Bryn Mawr Women’s Soccer Team.
As an assistant, Stacey has coached three different teams to the NCAA Tournament, under her alma mater, West Virginia University, along with University of Miami, and Rutgers University. Through various camps and clinics, Coach Adams has coached and worked with former US National Team Keeper Jillian Loyden and former Canadien National Team Keeper Karina LaBlanc.
At the youth level, Stacey has worked locally with YSC, FC Delco, Greater Chester Valley, FCUSA and Radnor Soccer Clubs. Additionally, Stacey has worked with WV, NY and PA ODP programs, and at Region I ODP camp. Stacey also has a background in sports performance training. As the Director of Operations and Sports Performance Coach for Velocity Sports Performance, she acquired an extensive background in running mechanics, movement and functional training in addition to her knowledge in strength and Olympic weight training. Stacey has worked with novice to professional athletes from the NBA, NFL and Olympics.
Soccer Experience: Coach Adams was a standout keeper for West Virginia University, led the Big East Conference in saves and was named the Big East Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and a National Strength and Conditioning All-American as a senior.
Jordan Griffith grew up in Philadelphia and played youth soccer for Lower Merion SC, Nether FC, and FC Delco. He attended The Haverford School for high school and went on to play for the Villanova men's Soccer team. While at Villanova he was a regular coach at Villanova's soccer camps and clinics. Before joining RSC, he coached at FC Continental.
Oliver Quiah, attended Upper Darby High School, earning All-American honors in soccer and breaking the school scoring record with 30 goals in 2000. In 2000, Oliver Quiah also won the Philadelphia Inquirer player of the year, Daily Times player of the year , All state, All Delco and many other awards. He also played on the Region IODP and Adidas ESP teams and won a US Youth National Championship with FC Delco. In 2011 to 2012, Quiah was awarded a shining star award for his volunteering work at a Head Start school in Philadelphia for giving back to his communities . At the age of 18, Quiah was invited by George Weah (former world best soccer player) to play for Liberia's national soccer team vs. Columbia and Mexico. Quiah has obtained experience from so many different parts of the world. Some of these places include Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, US, and Canada. Quiah could still be playing at a high level, but due to injuries, he had to retired and turned his focus onto the younger generation and development of players. Quiah is also a member of the Liberian Youth Association in Pennsylvania and is presently a mentor and head coach at the Alliance FC Soccer Academy. Quiah is also the CEO and founder of the soon coming Oliver's Youth foundation that will focuses on young athletes especially under privileged kids through all Sports and Education in his native land Liberia and many others countries.
Playing Experience§ 2000-2001: Upper Darby High School§ 2000-2001: FC Delco§ 2002-2004: Mercer College§ 2010-2011: Club Cavalla§ 2008-2009: Ham-Kam FC§ 2006-2008: Sere Ban FC§ 2003-2004: Jalapa FC§ 2002-2005: Ocean City Barons§ Liberian National TeamCoaching Experience§Alliance FC ( Boys head coach- U15 ) 2016-2017§ Cavalla FC (Technical Director, 2012-present)§ FC Delco Academy (2011-2013)§ Rosemont College (Asst: Men Soccer coach, Division II, 2011-2013)§ Valley Forge Military Academy (Asst: Men Soccer coach, 2014-2015)§ Jewish Academy (Head soccer coach, 2012-2015)§ ACANA (Youth Coordinator/ Head Soccer Coach, 2004-2007)
CoachTim has been coaching soccer for six years. He is currently the assistant coach for the Radnor High School Boy's Varsity Soccer program and spent many years prior with JV. He has been a coach for RSC for 5 years and has also contributed to RSC goalkeeper training. Tim is a proud alumnus of Radnor High School, where he was a four year varsity player and a member of the 2004 State Championship team. He currently holds a USSF "F" coaching license.
Licenses: NSCAA Level 6 License
Coaching Experience: Mark has previously coached at Devon Prep Academy as their Third team and Varsity coach for the past 4 years.
Soccer Experience: Mark grew up playing travel soccer in the Detroit Michigan area. At Fraser High School he was a four-year varsity player, captain, and 1st team conference defender before playing soccer at Grove City College near Pittsburgh. He received the David Henson Memorial award for team leadership while in college.
Coach 2002/2003 Boys Red and Black
Rob has served as the Head Coach of the Men’s Soccer Program at Cabrini University since 2012. In 2017, Rob’s Cabrini team went 8-1 in the CSAC Conference, won the conference tournament and secured a berth in the NCAA Division III tournament. Overall, his teams at Cabrini have won three league titles
Rob also has extensive experience coaching at the club level. As head coach, he led the FC Philadelphia 1999 Black team to a #5 ranking in Eastern Pennsylvania in 2016. Before that, Rob coached the FC Delco Under-18 boys team as an assistant coach for seven years. He also coached the Radnor Soccer Club Under – 16 girls squad.
A graduate of Radnor High School, Rob went on to play at Division II Millersville University from 2000-04. Dallas graduated from Millersville in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in Education and a minor in Athletic Coaching.
Coach 2003 Boys
In nine seasons as head coach, Tom Carlin has taken Villanova University’s men’s soccer program to new heights. In 2016, he steered the Wildcats to their first ever NCAA Tournament bid. In 2012, Carlin's Wildcats established a new BIG EAST era record with 12 victories. The Wildcats reached the BIG EAST Championship in each of his first five seasons at the helm.
From 2000-2005, Tom served as the head coach at Arcadia University in Glenside, Pa., where he posted a 99-23-9 record. Over the course of his tenure, he steered Arcadia to three Pennsylvania Athletic Conference titles and three NCAA Championship appearances. Arcadia advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2002 and the Sweet 16 in 2001.
Tom also brings extensive club coaching experience to RSC. From 2003-06 he was head coach of the Philadelphia Soccer Club Coppa, a U-17/U-18 boys team that captured the 2004 and 2005 Pennsylvania state championship. While coaching at Northwestern University in 2007, he also guided the FC Sockers Soccer Club, an 18 and Under Boys team based in Palantine, Ill. For three seasons, Carlin coached with an Olympic Development Program as well.
As a player, Carlin was a three-year captain at Arcadia. He was named first team All PAC from 1996-98. He graduated in 1999 with a B.A. in History and a minor in secondary education. He went on to earn a M.A. in Educational Leadership in 2002 from Arcadia.
Coach 2003/2004 Girls Samba and 2010 Girls Samba
Prior to joining RSC, Julian coached with FC Continental for three years. He has served as an Assistant Coach at Penn State – Abington for the last three years and as the Varsity Head Coach at Abington Friends School for the last four. He holds USSF Class D and E coaching licenses.
Before turning to coaching, Julian played soccer at Penn State – Abington, where he was named NEAC First Team All-Conference in 2011 and 2012. He also played for Mercer County Community College. He played for the EPYSA ODP State Team 2004-2006 and played club soccer with FC Delco, Nether United FC, LMSC, Deep Run Rage and Philadelphia SC.
His favorite quote: “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” - Michael Jordan.