Sean Rosa is one of the most decorated players to ever come out of Quebec. In addition to being selected as Quebec Team captain throughout his entire stay, and representing the Canadian National Team at the Under-17, Under-20 and Under-23 levels; Sean played in Portugal with SL Benfica, and then signed a youth contract with FC Metz in France.
Sean opted to take the academic route, rather than play professionally, and accepted a 4-year scholarship offer to the ultra prestigious Brown University, in the NCAA Division 1 Ivy League. He captained the Bears to two NCAA “Sweet 16” appearances, an Ivy League Championship, and led the team into a national ranking for four years straight. Individually, Sean earned a number of honors and all-star team selections, while completing an Ivy League Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Economics.
Anthony is going on his 16th year of coaching. He has successfully worked in the club, high school and CEGEP systems. Some of his previous positions include serving as the assistant coach of Dawson College Men’s Soccer team, as well as the assistant coach of both the Conquérants de Laval and Lac St-Louis Lakers. Anthony has attended three Canadian National Championships, one of which was with the U14 CS Monteuil boys team in 2011. Over the years, several of his former players have moved on to play soccer at the University level in the United States or moved on to the Montreal Impact.
Anthony focuses on the most modern Italian trends in physical preparation, agility and speed training. The effects of his work have significantly improved all of the teams he has worked with. Although properly emphasized physical preparation is often neglected, any player that has gone through his programs will certainly attest to the difference it makes.
Kevin is a young coach who has already accumulated a wealth of experience. Some of his previous positions include serving as assistant coach of the Concordia Stingers Women’s Soccer team and technical staff coach of the Montreal Impact Soccer Schools. At the club level, he has represented Lakeshore SC, Pointe-Claire, Pierrefonds and Dorval in ARS Lac St. Louis, before joining CS Monteuil in 2013.
Besides CS Monteuil, Kevin also currently splits his time working as part of the ARS Lac St. Louis technical staff, coaching in its Sport-Etudes/Concentration program, CDR/CIDR programs and is involved in its Regional Teams. Academically, Kevin has a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Journalism from Concordia University, where he won a Rogers Sportsnet Scholarship and is currently completing an internship with the Montreal Impact Communications department.
Frank Teoli is a passionate coach with sixteen years coaching experience. In his youth, Frank was a two sport athlete, playing both soccer and football. Unfortunately, while at Syracuse University, Frank had a grade three torn ACL, MCL, and meniscus and was forced to retire from competitive sports. At only eighteen years old, Frank still felt that passion for sports and he turned his attention to coaching. He has coached in Montréal-Nord, Bourassa, St-Leonard, and Monteuil.
Some of his accomplishments include a promotional spot in 2006 with the U13AA St. Leonard boys team, a coach of the year nomination in 2006, a LSEQ coach of the year nomination in 2008, a promotional spot in 2014 with the U13AA Monteuil girls team, a LLL coach of the year in 2014 and five GMAA banners including two RSEQ provincial titles. Frank Teoli also succeeded in obtaining a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University and a Bachelor of Education from Ottawa University. He spends his days as a teacher at the high school level and in the evening he is undoubtedly on the soccer pitch.