Pete Eibner - Director of Coaching, U10 Head Coach
1985-1987 – 3 years Varsity Soccer for Archbishop Curley High School – Captain, Unsung Hero (1987)
1988-1989 – 2 year starter for Essex Community College competing at the JUCO level.Captain, All Maryland, Region XX All Star, National Finalist (1989)
1990-1991 – 2 year starter for University of Maryland Baltimore County competing atthe NCAA Division I level.Unsung Hero (1990). Captain, First Team All Conference, Unsung Hero 1991.
1991-present – Playing on various club teams in the Baltimore Area
1988 – present – Coaching children ages 6-15 at the Pete Caringi All Maryland Soccer Camp
1992 – 1994- Assistant Coach, Archbishop Curley High School – In charge of training players in conditioning, skills and tactics. Compiled an over 85% winning percentage and 2 conference titles. Instrumental in developing players that earned 11 athletic scholarships in 3 years, placing several on the All Metro and All State Teams.
1995 – 2003 – Freelance Trainer-Worked for various youth teams and individuals in the Baltimore Area in the areas of skill development, speed training and conditioning.
2003 – present-President, Fast Forward Training – Working as a speed trainer for various teams and individual athletes. Highlights include Loch Raven boys soccer (State Finalist 2006), Perry Hall Varsity Football (Baltimore County Champions 2004, 2005, 2006), Various Baltimore Bays soccer teams.
2006 -Assistant Coach, Archbishop Curley High School – 2006 MIAA Champions, Ranked #1 in the Baltimore Area by the Baltimore Sun with a record of 21-3. Ranked in the nation’s top 25 Boys High School Teams. Helped develop and train the Sun’s Player of the Year as well as 4 All Metro selections.
2006-Head Coach, Baltimore Bays Scorpions—A start up team comprised of first year players and players cut from other Bays teams. Despite having a winless Fall Season, the Scorpions were Freestate Indoor Champions and Runner-up in the CMSA Spring League.
2007 - present Assistant Coach, UMBC Men’s Soccer – Duties included developing an intense and efficient training regimen for both in season and off season, help execute primary coaching objectives, and help players with conditioning after injury. In 2009, the Retrievers were ranked as high as #17 in the nation, and made it to the NEC Final.
2008 – present Head Coach, Baltimore Bays Renegades—One of the premiere Under 11 teams in the area. The focus is on technical development and athletic training. 2008 CMSA Tournament Champions, 2008 EASL Open Champions (playing U-12), 2008 Freestate Holiday Tournament Champions (playing u-12), and 2009 Capital Cup Champions.Also built, trained, and coached the Baltimore Bays Revolution.
2009- present- Head Coach, Baltimore Bays Lightning-A start up team in the Girls u-10 age group. Built literally weeks before the season, the Lightning won the OBGC Fall Tournament and finished 1-1-1 in the Jefferson Cup.Our focus is on technical development and first touch.
2010-present - Director of Coaching for FC USA
2010-present - Head Coach of FC USA '03 squad. Has helped lead the FC USA '03 to the following championships and titles: 2011 - CMSA Columbus Classic Champions, CMSA Fall U8 Champions and U8 Mountain Road Champions, 2012 - MSA Indoor U9/U10 Champions, Du Burns Christmas Crush U9 Champions, EASL U10 Finalists, Taylor Seitzinger Flash Tournament U8 Finalists, Hempfield Classic U9 Finalists, Mike Festa Summer Classic U8 Champions, Old Line State Classic U8 Finalists, SAC Columbus Day U9 Champions, Spirit United Kickoff Classic U9 Finalists, BBSL Fall Co-Champs and MSA Valentine Champions, 2013 - CMSA Spring Champions, Old Line State Classic Finalists, MSA Indoor U9/U10 Finalists, MSA Valentine U9 Champions, Red Rose Classic U9 Champions, Spirit Kickoff Classic U10 Champions and U10 Ross/Haney Labor Day Champions.