Marco is in his third year as Technical Director of CS Monteuil. In this short time, Marco has nearly doubled the quantity of technical service offered in the club, brought in a young a vibrant staff of technicians and improved club representation, both at the regional and provincial level, significantly.
Prior to joining CS Monteuil, Marco coached University soccer in New Jersey for three years. During this time, he led the Fairleigh Dickinson University program, an NCAA Division 1 university, both as an Assistant Coach and as the Head Coach. He was responsible for on-field training, team travel and recruiting. In his first season as assistant coach, Marco brought in 14 new players, 6 of which were Canadians, and made up the largest recruiting class in program history. This recruiting class launched the rebirth of the FDU program, which is still having tremendous success today. Additionally, he served as both a Head Coach and an Assistant Coach in the New Jersey Olympic Development Program, where he reached the final four of the Region I tournament.
Domestically, Marco served as the head coach at Dawson College from 2008 to 2010. Marco compiled a record of 13W-5L-3T at Dawson, while leading the team to the Collegiate Conference title, just two years after the team finished in last place, with a record of 1W-6L-3T.
Marco has also led several elite club teams to success. In 2007 and 2008 he guided the Lac St-Louis Lakers to an overall record of 32W-5L-9T in all competitions. The U16 girls’ team was named the Quebec Cup champion and won the 2008 Canadian National Championship. Marco earned Quebec Coach of the Year honors, while the team was named the Regional Soccer Team and Regional Sports Team of the Year after the national championship.
Marco began coaching in 1999 and has since helped guide a long list of players on the rosters of the junior and senior Canadian National Teams, Montreal Impact programs and most of all American NCAA schools. Still today, helping young players excel academically and play soccer at a high level via the NCAA, is his main priority.
Marco graduated with distinction from Concordia University, earning a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Economics, followed by Master’s of Arts Degree in Sport Administration while abroad.