John Eagleton

John Eagleton

Executive Director, Tennis

Mark Strickland

Mark Strickland

Executive Director, Basketball

Roberto Borgatti

Roberto Borgatti

Executive Director, Golf

Harvey Newton

Harvey Newton

Executive Director, Weightlifting

Roy Wegerle

Roy Wegerle

Executive Director, Soccer

Gylton Da Matta

Gylton Da Matta

Executive Director, Volleyball

Jeff Salzenstein

Jeff Salzenstein

Tennis Coach/Contributor

Jane Forman

Jane Forman

Tennis Coach/Contributor

Bill Patton

Bill Patton

Tennis Coach/Contributor

Lizl Kotz

Lizl Kotz

Tennis Contributor

Joy Macci

Joy Macci

Tennis Coach/Contributor

Taylor Johnson

Taylor Johnson

Esports Performance Trainer

Bridget Raach

Bridget Raach

Weightlifting/Crossfit Coach

Bob Takano

Bob Takano

Weightlifting Coach

Brian Derwin

Brian Derwin

Weightlifting Coach/Contributor

Derrick Crass

Derrick Crass

Weightlifting Coach/Contributor

TJ Greenstone

TJ Greenstone

Weightlifting Coach/Contributor

Leo Totten

Leo Totten

Weightlifting Coach/Contributor

Frans Cronje

Frans Cronje

Guest Contributor

Cedric Carter

Cedric Carter

Guest Coach

Eric De Sousa

Eric De Sousa

Soccer Coach

Brian Galvin

Brian Galvin

Soccer Coach

Neil McKay

Neil McKay

Soccer Coach

Troy ‘Chopper’ Edwards

Troy ‘Chopper’ Edwards

Soccer Coach

Michael Araujo

Michael Araujo

Soccer Coach

Steve McCrath

Steve McCrath

Soccer Coach

Connie R. Charles

Connie R. Charles

Contributor

Mark Kovacs

Mark Kovacs

Senior Contributor

Javair Gillett

Javair Gillett

Senior Contributor

Sylvain Guimond

Sylvain Guimond

Senior Contributor

Forrest Conoly

Forrest Conoly

Senior Contributor

Warren Pretorius

Warren Pretorius

Senior Contributor

Wendi Weimar

Wendi Weimar

Senior Contributor

Daniel Teixeira

Daniel Teixeira

Senior Contributor

Katherine Aiken

Katherine Aiken

Senior Contributor

Kerri Hanebrink Goodrich

Kerri Hanebrink Goodrich

Senior Contributor

Craig O'Shannessy

Craig O'Shannessy

Senior Contributor

Jeff Bauer

Jeff Bauer

Senior Contributor

Paul Lubbers

Paul Lubbers

Senior Contributor

Olivier Bourquin

Olivier Bourquin

Senior Contributor

Vanessa Yingling

Vanessa Yingling

Senior Contributor

John Garhammer

John Garhammer

Senior Contributor

Gene Coleman

Gene Coleman

Senior Contributor

Trent Nessler

Trent Nessler

Senior Contributor

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

Senior Contributor

Roberley Leonaldo

Roberley Leonaldo

Senior Contributor

Deborah L. Stroman

Deborah L. Stroman

Senior Contributor

Ed Downs

Ed Downs

Senior Contributor

Jason Gilliam-Alexander

Jason Gilliam-Alexander

Senior Contributor

Cesar Castaneda

Cesar Castaneda

Senior Contributor

Ricardo Gomes Tabach

Ricardo Gomes Tabach

Senior Contributor

Elisabeth Oehler

Elisabeth Oehler

Senior Contributor

Roberley Leonaldo

ROBERLEY LEONALDO

SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR

Roberley Leonaldo, aka in the volleyball world as "Rubinho" is graduated in Physical Education and Sports Sciences through the Federal University of Paraná, Brazil. Rubinho has a post-baccalaureate degree in Methods of Sports Training and a Level V, CBV Certification. Rubinho has been coaching men’s for more than 30 years, at youth ages in Duque de Caxias and Clube Curitibano. He has also worked as an assistant coach at various teams at the Brazilian Professional League such as Cubritibano/Pluma, Barao/Ceval, Bento Goncalves Volleyball, Banespa, Sao Bernardo and SESI, Sao Paulo. Along with the clubs, Rubinho also worked with the Brazilian National team for 20 years, 10 of which as the U21 Head Coach and the other 10 as the Assistant Coach at the Senion Men’s National team. Main accomplishments, participated in eight world championships, made all the way up to seven finals and won 3 world championships. Also won, participated in finals at the Olympics in Beijing, London and Rio de Janeiro and won the Gold medal in Rio 2016. Out of 11 FIVB World Leagues Championships, made it to 8 finals and won 4 Gold medals. Rubinho also took part in 3 FIVB World Cups and won 2 Gold Medals; out of 10 South American Championships was 9 Gold Medals and out of 2 Champions Cup played won both. As a Head Coach, Rubinho has an extensive career winning the Brazilian National Tournaments and competed in two Pan-American Games (Guadalajara, Mexico and Toronto, Canada), and won one Gold. Rubinho won the U23 World Championship in 2013 and 2 Pan-American Cups winning both. Finally, Rubinho was the Champion of the SuperCopa Brazil in 2018 and was also the Champion of the Libertadores Cup in 2020.