A 2013 graduate of Monmouth University, Matt helped the Hawks to three Northeast Conference Championships and three NCAA appearances.The Hawks were ranked as high as #4 in the NSCAA polls.
Prior to Monmouth, Matt attended the University of Louisville and helped them to a Big East Championship and a ranking of #7 in the NSCAA polls.
After graduation, Matt went on trial with professional club NK Primorac in Croatia.
A Glen Rock High School standout, Matt was a four-year varsity starter, three-time all BPSL, two-time All County, two-time All State, and a member of the NJ and Region I ODP Programs. Matt played his club soccer for PDA Cruyff and New York Red Bulls.
A 2012 graduate of Monmouth University, Cesar
helped the Hawks to four Northeast Conference Championships and four NCAA appearances. The Hawks were ranked as high as #4 in the NSCAA polls.
After graduation, Blacido went on trial with professional club Leon De Huanuco in Peru.
A Ramsey High School standout, Cesar was a four year starter, three-time all NBIL, two-time All County, two-time All State, and a member of the NJ and Region I ODP Programs and a member of the US National Pool. Cesar played his club soccer with PDA Socrates and New York Red Bulls.
Cesar currently coaches the Ramsey Junior Varsity Boys, as well as many teams from The Glen Rock Shooting Stars and Fair Lawn All-Stars.
A 2012 graduate of Loyola University, Zach was a mainstay in the Greyhounds defense all four year. Tweddell started every game in appeared in. Tweddell helped the Greyhounds reach the MAAC semifinals his senior year. He also was selected to the MAAC all tournament team.
Prior to Loyola, Tweddell played soccer for Monkseaton High School in Newcastle, England. His captained his side to a league and national championship.
Wurzburger, a 2014 graduate of Montclair State University, started 80 of his 85 career games for the Red Hawks. During his tenure at MSU, Maxx scored 14 goals and dished out 21 assists. During his junior and senior seasons, Maxx helped lead the Red Hawks to the NCAA DIII semi-finals.
Prior to MSU, Maxx was a three-year starter at Glen Rock High School. During his three years, the Panthers won the league championship twice and guided them to a sectional championship.
Ryan, a native of Ramsey, played collegiate soccer at Lynchburg College. Ryan was a key member of the Hornets before deciding to transfer to Rutgers and finish out his degree in New Brunswick.
Prior to playing for Lynchburg, Ryan was a focal point for the Ramsey High School Boys Varsity team. He was a two-year captain for the Rams and helped lead them to NBIL championships from 2005-2007, and a NJ Group II State Championship in 2007.
Ryan currently coaches the Upper Saddle River Day Boys Varsity team and led them to it's first winning season in program history. He recieved the NJIC Coach of the Year in 2014.
Matt comes to TSD after four successful years at Muhlenburg College. Matt was a standout defender for the Mules and was named Conference Defender of the Week on multiple occasions. Cecconi captained the Mules his senior season and helped lead Muhlenberg to a successful season in the highly competitive Centennial Conference.
After Muhlenburg, Matt became the Fair Lawn Girls Varsity assistant coach. After two years, Matt became the Head Coach of the Fair Lawn Boys Varsity program and led them to a league championship in his first year. Matt is currently still the Fair Lawn Boys Varsity Head Coach and coaches youth soccer in Fair Lawn as well.
Sam joins the TSD staff after playing three years professionally in Sweden, Iceland, and most recently, Rochester.
After playing his freshman year at Clemson, Sam transferred to Seton Hall. While at Seton Hall, Sam was always a threat in front of the net. He earned NCAA national player of the week in Sep '11 after scoring 8 goals in three games.
A Glen Rock High School standout, Sam garned all kinds of allocades during his four years as a Panther. A four-year starter, three-time All-County, three-time All-State, Sam also finished as the Panthers All-Time leading goal scorer.