Coach Hobbins has been a household name for soccer in South Jersey for over thirty years. A 2004 South Jersey Soccer Hall of Fame inductee, Hobbins has had the privilege to work with many outstanding and talented players at all levels of the game. As a coach, Hobbins has led many successful four-year and two-year college programs. He currently serves as the Assistant Athletic Director and Men's Head Soccer Coach at Rowan College at Gloucester County. In addition to his duties at RCGC, Hobbins is also the Director of Goalkeeping for the Boys New Jersey State Olympic Development Program and Staff Coaching Instructor for New Jersey Youth Soccer. Hobbins holds a United States Soccer Federation "B" License, National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Goalkeeper Diploma, and a NSCAA "Training the Goalkeeper" Diploma.
Coach Neil has served as both the Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach of The Episcopal Academy Boy's Soccer and Eastern University Women's Soccer. He is currently an Assistant Coach with the Women's Soccer Program at Ursinus University. In addition to these roles, he also worked as a Staff Coach for New Jersey Olympic Development Program. Among Neil's strong background as a Soccer Coach, he held the honor of being the Goalkeeper Division Specialist for the Philadelphia Union Soccer Schools. Coach Neil has coached a NCAA All-American Goalkeeper as well as multiple Division I, II, and III Goalkeepers. Neil holds a United States Soccer Federation "D" License, a National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Goalkeeper Diploma, and a NSCAA "Training the Goalkeeper" Diploma.
Coach Ryan is entering his Senior Year at Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA as a pre-law, history and politics major. The Bears starting goalkeeper in 2013, Ryan was named Centennial Conference Player of the Week for September 23, 2013. He finished 2nd in the conference with saves while recording 3 shutouts. A 2011 graduate of Paul VI High School, Ryan was a three year starter, All Olympic Conference and Team Captain his senior year.