Dr. Dave Masur
In 18 seasons as the head coach of the St. John’s men’s soccer team, Dr. Dave Masur has led the team to an unprecedented level of success in collegiate soccer. Under Masur’s leadership, St. John’s won the 1996 National Championship and has made four appearances in the College Cup (1996, 2001, 2003, 2008). From 1996-2005, St. John’s was the only program in the country to reach 10-consecutive NCAA Rounds of 16. A two-time National Coach of the Year (1996, 2001), Masur has also been named the Northeast Region Coach of the Year six times and the BIG EAST Coach of the Year three times. The Red Storm has qualified for the BIG EAST Tournament in each of Masur’s 18 seasons, and has also won seven BIG EAST Tournament Championships and six BIG EAST regular season crowns. Masur has a 324-102-59 career record at St. John’s and has coached 87 All-BIG EAST selections, 14 All-Americans, 34 regional All-Americans and 12 MLS Super Draft selections.
Janezic, brings more than 20 years of club, collegiate and professional experience, both as a player and a coach, to the Red Storm. Before coming to Queens, Janezic served as an assistant coach at Fairleigh Dickinson. Janezic helped the Red Storm usher in success on the pitch that had not been achieved in nearly a half a decade. The Johnnies turned in an overall record of 9-7-3 and a 5-2-2 mark in BIG EAST play, the program’s best conference effort since 2009.
Rob Chesney (Montclair Camp)
Rob Chesney is the Interim Director of Athletics at MSU. Chesney, who oversees the operations of the 18 sports for men and women, had been serving as the Associate Director of Athletics since 2000 following a very successful coaching tenure for the Red Hawks men’s soccer program. Rob compiled a 128-64-18 mark, a .652 winning percentage, which included five appearances in the NCAA Division III Tournament as well as one ECAC Metro title in 1993. He was also named the Coach of the Year by the College Soccer Association of New Jersey (CSANJ). During his coaching tenure, Chesney became instrumental in the construction of MSU Soccer Park, which opened in 1998. He returned to the sidelines in 2006 as an assistant helping Montclair to a run of six conference titles and 10 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances that included a run to the program’s first Final Four in 2011.
Patrick Naughter (Montclair Camp)
Pat Naughter begins his ninth season as the head coach of the MSU women’s soccer program and in his short time has re-established Montclair State as both a contender for both New Jersey Athletic Conference championships and NCAA Division III Tournament berths.
Coach Barboto has lead Iona University for the past 6 years and he took over a winning less program and made it into a NCAA tournament contender each year. Fernando is a former player of coach Masur and was also the director of coaching for fc Westchester and was the head coach at St. Francis University in PA and was an assistant coach at Lafayette college a former collegiate all American coach. Barboto brings a wealth of knowledge to the camps.
Former division I player and championship high school coach from Montclair high school teams compete for state championships and his team have won many county championships. Jack is a great teacher of the game and will challenge the campers to excel by creating environment where they have to make decisions under tactical and technical pressure. Coach Weber is an astute leader whose teams and organizations excel. He is well renowned for his efforts in winning many titles with the fed challenge economics team from Montclair high school.
Roger is a former player of coach Masur at Montclair state and has been coaching high school soccer for many years at Livingston high school. Roger is creative and energetic and develops the camper sto meet their potential. Roger charismatic style and flair as a coach have always separated him for his peers. Roger has been working with coach Masur for over 20 years.
A teacher and coach at David Brealy high school and a former player under coach Masur. Vinnie has a dynamic coaching style and thorough approach with the kids and other coaches as been a standard which all the St Johns soccer camp staff aspire to attain. Each summer his groups will have a overwhelming experience through his knowledge and delicate implementation.
Karyn Lundgren and Theresa Bulman
Two former St. John’s women soccer players who have been teaching for over 10 years. They have great compassion, focus and generate a successful program with our younger campers with her ability to provide games and drills that enhance the campers overall skill and dynamic movement with the ball.
In addition many other former college players and coaches